1.Which of the following would a community health nurse use to define vulnerable
Those persons with higher mortality rates
Individuals with lower life expectancy
Those with increased risk for adverse health outcomes
1.After discussing the meaning of cultural diversity and its significance for community
health nursing, the nursing instructor recognizes that some points need to be clarified
when a student makes which of the following comments?
Dominant values are th
1.An instructor is discussing the worldwide distribution of AIDS. Which term would the
instructor use to describe this situation?
Pandemic is the term used to describe an epidemic that i
1.When educating clients, which of the following parts of the communication process
would be most important for the nurse to ensure?
A major component of the comm
1.When reporting the identification of a communicable disease and need for investigation,
which of the following must be notified first?
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
State health department
Local health department
National Reported Diseas
1.Which of the following would be most appropriate for the community health nurse to do
first when planning an initial home visit to a family?
Obtain the basic supplies that will be needed
Gather appropriate educational materials
Contact the fami
1.Critical population health indicators that affect childbearing women, infant, toddler, and
preschool populations globally and in the United States include which of the following?
Select all that apply.
Maternal mortality rate
Infant mortality rate
1.A community health nurse is reviewing the medical records of several families in the
community who have experienced varying crises. The nurse identifies which of the
following as developmental crises? Select all that apply.
A windstorm that damaged 2
1.A community health nurse is working with other professionals to develop preventive
programs to address the leading cause of death in men and women. Which of the
following would be appropriate?
Risk reduction for heart disease
1.A community health nurse is meeting with a group of individuals who have been
diagnosed with a serious mental illness. The nurse interprets this to mean which of the
The clients have impaired level of functioning and quality of life.
1.When preparing for a class on family and family health, which of the following would the
instructor include as the most appropriate description of family?
The members of the family are self-defined.
Persons are related by a common bloodline.
1.When describing the changes occurring in the older adult population globally, which of
the following would be most accurate?
The over-80 years age group is the fastest growing segment of the group.
Males have a longer projected life expectancy whe
1.When providing safety education for parents of school-age children, the community
health nurse would focus interventions on which of the following as the priority?
Motor vehicle safety
1.When working with the community to develop effective plans to meet the needs of
people with disabilities, the community health nurse reviews the statistics involving
individuals with disabilities. Which of the following would the nurse identify as
1.After a class on important historical influences on community health care, the students
are asked to describe the impact of the Shattuck Report. Which response indicates that the
students have understood the information?
It influenced the speed with
1.A community health nurse is presenting an in-service for a group of other community
health nurses about ecological perspective of environmental health. Which of the
following would the nurse incorporate into the program when describing this concept?
1.A nursing instructor is preparing a teaching plan for a class comparing evidence-based
practice and critical thinking. Which of the following would the instructor include?
Evidence-based practice and critical thinking are polar opposites.
The following statements appear on a nursing care plan for a client after a mastectomy. Incision
she approximated absence of drainage or prolonged erythema at incision site, and client
remains afebrile. These statements are examples of:
Body planes- imaginary lines drawn through the body to separate the body into sections
Horizontal plane dividing the body into a top and bottom half
Superior- body parts above other pats
Inferior- body parts below other parts
Cranial- body parts near the
STUDY GUIDE EXAM 1
botanicals and herbs are interchangeable and represent plant species with medicinal properties.
Various models of the concept of health exist. Some models are based narrowly on the presence
or absence of definable illness.
NURS 1111 Test terms for October 5
Assisted Suicide - providing the patient with the means to end his or her life but
not providing the direct action that results in death.
Differentiation and euthanasia
Physician- or nu
Study Guide Exam 2
Chap. 6 Key Terms
1. active euthanasia
2. advance directives - Written document (e.g., living will) that states in advance a clients desires
about the types of healthcare he or she wishes to receive should the client become unable to
Vocabulary Chapters 12 and 13
Chapter 12 Nursing Diagnosis
1. Actual nursing diagnosis an existing human response to health problem
the nurse identifies that is amenable to nursing intervention
2. Cluster combining client data int
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Chapter 10 Nursing Process: Foundation for Practice
1. Advanced beginner second stage of increasing expertise in which, after
gaining more experience in clinical situations, students learn to consider
Foundations of Nursing
CBC Complete blood count
o Blood test used to evaluate your overall health and detect a wide range of
disorders, including anemia, infection, and leukemia
o The following explain a little furth
Chapter 1 The Profession of Nursing
Advanced practice nurse nurse who has advanced degrees and certification
American Nurses Association professional nursing organization concerned with
all aspects of professional nursing; provides standar
Review for test
Case management: Focuses on whole person not just health related issues
Subculture: Beliefs held by a portion of the larger population.
Discharge planning: Process of coordinating, planning and arranging for the transition from
1.After teaching a group of nursing students about the similarities and differences between
public health and community health, which of the following statements by a nursing
student would indicate knowledge of the similarities and differences between pub
1.A group of students are reviewing the various historical events associated with the
evolution of community health nursing in preparation for a test. They identify the time
from 1970 to the present as the era known as community health nursing based on th
1.A community health nurse is engaging in assurance activities. Which of the following
would best explain these activities?
Gathering and analyzing information that will affect the health of the people to be
Providing leadership in facilitati