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18.A client reports feeling like he belongs among his peers with whom he shares a grouphome. The nurse incorporates this sense of belonging when formulating discharge plansbecause the nurse understands which of the following?A)Living with a peer group often increases anxiety.B)Peers may alienate the client from daily living activities.C)The client will likely feel needed by his peers.D)Peer groups often do too much for each other causing dependency.Ans: CFeedback:An increased sense of belonging is associated with decreased levels of anxiety. Personswith a sense of belonging are less alienated and isolated, have a sense of purpose,believe they are needed by others, and feel productive socially.19.Which of the following situations would most likely provide social support to a client?A)A friend who will share his or her perspective on an issueB)The transportation service that provides access to daily rehabilitation servicesC)Fellow teammates participating in a community softball leagueD)The teacher assisting a client to obtain a GEDAns: AFeedback:Social support is emotional sustenance that comes from friends, family members, andeven health-care providers who help a person when a problem arises. It is different fromsocial contact, which does not always provide emotional support. An example of socialcontact is the friendly talk that goes on at parties.Downloaded by Julieanne Razo ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|14179575
Page 920.A holistic plan of recovery would be especially important to a client from which of thefollowing cultural groups?A)American IndianB)African AmericanC)Mexican AmericanD)Arab AmericanAns: AFeedback:The American Indians' concept of health is holistic and wellness oriented. AfricanAmericans and Mexican Americans value feelings of well-being, ability to fulfill roleexpectations, and being free of pain or excess stress. Arab Americans view health as agift of God manifested by eating well, meeting social obligations, being in a good mood,and having no stressors or pain.21.A nurse and a client of Chinese heritage are collaborating on treatment goals. The nursewould document which of the following as the client's priority goal?A)The client will be free of pain and excess stress.B)The client will express a feeling of balance and harmony.C)The client will be free of physical symptoms of illness.D)The client will express gratefulness to God for recovery.Ans: BFeedback:Chinese and many other Asian cultures view health as a balance of body, mind, andspirit. Pain-free is a major focus of African American culture. Russians and Latinocultures focus largely on physical aspects of health. Arab cultures view health as a giftof God.22.The nurse is preparing to conduct an admission assessment interview with a MexicanAmerican client. During the interview, the nurse should respect the client's culturethrough which behavior?

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Term
Winter
Professor
Mónica Torreiro-Cas
Tags
Psychiatry, Schizophrenia, Antipsychotic, The Unconscious, Julieanne Razo

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