24. A 14-year-old female patient, who is a practicing Jehovah's Witness, is admitted for anemia. The physician determines that blood transfusions are necessary, but the patient's parents refuse toconsent. The patient states that she wishes to be treated. The advanced practice nurse action is to: a. contact local clergy for assistance in crisis intervention. b. inform the patient that her parents must consent before treatment can be administered. c. inform the patient that she is a minor and incapable of such decisions under state law. d. request that the administration contact the hospital attorney for legal counselAll of these might occur simultaneously, but the advanced role of advocate is best displayed by answer ‘a’. 25. Which statement is an outcome indicator for an educational strategy? Response B should be eliminated due to no focus on any educational strategy (this is a care strategy). Completing a course or receiving instruction indicates successful completion of the material but the individual in these is not actively demonstrating competency—which we do see in response C.26. The data obtained for quantitative research would best be used for what purpose?
Gaining insight into a person’s culture, asking why, and understanding the meaning of things are all referring to qualitative data. We can make predictions about clinical outcomes using quantitative data. 27. Research suggests that a nurse executive most effectively improves employee job satisfactionby: Money is a short term fix for employee satisfaction. Intrinsic motivation, such as increasing autonomy, will produce long term results.