Chapters 10, 11, & 13 in Burns and Groves
(You are still responsible for material not covered below)
Levels of Measurement
Nominal (pg329)- the lowest of the four measurement categories. It is used when data can be
organized into categories of
CH. 1 - Nutr
1.Nurses are in an ideal position to: A. screen pts for risk of malnutrition
2. the ideal body weight of a male who is 5ft 10 in is: D. 166 lbs
3. which of the following criteria would most likely be on a nutrition screen in the hospital? B.
Review ati chapters, the questions at the end of the chapters, and review the end of chapter
questions in the big brown text book too (this review does not include questions from those
1. The nurse assesses a client with assess a c
1. A 40-year-old male client diagnosed with schizophrenia and alcohol dependence has not had
any visitors or phone calls since admission. He reports he has no family that cares about him
and was living on the streets prior to this admission. According to
1.The following people enter the health clinic together: unmarried man with his 1yo son, unmarried woman with 1yo daughter, and mans
married brother who is separated from his wife. During assessment it is determined that both men work and co
N350 Nov 10 to Jan 11 Term
Quiz 1 Study Guide
Key Terms Chapters 1-3 in Burns and Groves
The conscientious integration of best research evidence with
clinical expertise and patient values and needs in the delivery of
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Quiz 2 Study Guide
Chapters 4-9 in Burns and Groves
1. Informed consent pg. 122
Agreement by a prospective subject to participate voluntarily in a
study after he or she has assimilated essential information about the
A mechanism by which people, organizations, and communities gain mastery over their affairs is
Which of the following term is used to indicate shared governance model?
In _ leadership, the leader does not guide or help.
The main aim of transformational leadership is to bring about revolutionary changes to the
Increased autonomy, increased appreciation, and recognition from public and professional
colleagues are not the factors that attracted men to nursing profession.
Which of the following is an academic/system factors?
Magnet status is the perspective of savings in patient-care resources that accumulate from
investments in nursing.
The analysis in which the difference in the utility of the interventions with differences in cost is
1. Sexual harassment relates only to the heterosexual.
2. _provide comfort for protection to victims of violence and their families.
3._ based education and practice tend to be perceived and defined differently by
medicine and nursin
Week 6 Quiz
According to the _laws, the government can penalize nurses and other healthcare
professionals who take part in anticompetitive actions.
The _ is responsible for conducting MCLEX-PN and NCLEX-RN examinations to
provide license for pr
Practices that limit the liberty of individuals without their consent. -Paternalism
Legal and moral are two categories of rights. TRUE
Autonomy is the right of self-determination, independence, and freedom. TRUE
Decision making skills help the nurse
Healthcare system is a system by which healthcare is provided.
While some look at healthcare from a cost-effective perspective as being no different from
other products or services, others believe that it has many unique qualities that
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Currently, the healthcare industry has undergone considerable changes, some of which are good, while some others are not.
Collaboration between Nurses and Physicians
Collaboration between nurses and physicians has led to a number of resear
A privilege provided to professions that earn the public trust by showing responsibility in their specialized practices.
Many self-regulating mechanisms have developed in nursing to exhibit the capability to govern
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The term diversity has always been an important component of the American society. Diversity comprises considering
numerous characteristics such as gender, race, ethnicity, social class, and religion. The diversity of
Ethical Decision-making Process
In healthcare, a nurse providing care for patients should understand the steps involved in ethical decision-making.
Ethical decisions are based on the understanding of the following:
The underlying ethical principles
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Concerns of Nurses
A decline in the working conditions has caused a downturn in the quality of nursing care.
Reasons for decline in care quality -> 1) insufficient stuffing 2) decreased job satisfaction 3)
delays in providing basic care
I decided to analyze the agenda building phase. It is a critical phase that involves analyzing the
problem, collecting the information, and assigning priorities. Agenda building phase acts as a
foundation for a decision making process. Before making decis
In the past few decades, trends in nursing practice have changed significantly with technological advancements in the
healthcare industry. Nursing profession focuses on catering to the needs of the evolving society, and this demands the
3 important key factors about healthcare reform:
1. Effective 2010, a new $15 billion Prevention and Public Health Fund will invest in proven prevention and
public health programs that can help keep Americans healthy from smoking cessation to combating
Purpose or Tasks
Maintenance or Support Functions
Healthcare profession involves planning, organizing, and managing procedures and services offered to patients.
Group Development and Group Process
Each of these group development stages have specific
The starvation experienced by persons with anorexia nervosa can cause damage
to vital organs such as the heart, kidneys, and brain. Pulse rate and blood
pressure drop, and people suffering from this illness may experience irregular
Jane Doe, 26 year old female African-American, came in 2 weeks after
having pain at the left breast and feeling a lump. She underwent
mammography, which was negative. Having history of breast cancer in
her family, she wanted to ha
1. The nurse is assessing a 24 hour old newborn and notices a yellowish discharge from
both eyes. The most likely cause of this would be:
b. obstructed lacrimal duct
c. chemical conjunctivitis
d. ophthalmia neonatorum
2. Due to