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Fundamentals: Perspectives on the Art and Science of Canadian Nursing 2nd Ed. Test Bank

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  • Chapters: 42
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  • ISBN-13: 978-1496398482
  • ISBN-10: 1496398483
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Health
  • Author: David Gregory, Tracey Stephens, Christy Raymond-Seniuk, Linda Patrick

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Fundamentals: Perspectives on the Art and Science of Canadian Nursing 2nd Ed. Test Bank2

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 An Introduction to Canadian Nursing
Chapter 2 Health Care in Canada and Issues of Health Care Reform
Chapter 3 Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Health and Healing for Clients and
Chapter 4 Nursing as a Regulated Profession: Standards of Practice
Chapter 5 Health Care and the Law in Canada
Chapter 6 Nursing Organizations: Nursing Leadership in Action
Chapter 7 The Journey from Student to Graduate Nurse
Chapter 8 Health, Wellness, and Illness
Chapter 9 Ethics and Integrity in Practice: Moral Dilemmas and Moral Issues
Chapter 10 The Nursing Process in the 21st Century
Chapter 11 Nursing Theory and Theories Used in Nursing
Chapter 12 Nursing Research and Evidence-Informed Practice
Chapter 13 Culture and Cultural Safety: Beyond Cultural Inventories
Chapter 14 Improving Patient and Nurse Safety: Learning From Past Experiences
Chapter 15 Educative Nursing Practice: A Role for Professional Nurses
Chapter 16 Ways of Thinking: Critical Thinking in Nursing
Chapter 17 Transforming Nursing Education Using Simulation
Chapter 18 Working With Families
Chapter 19 Public and Community Health Nursing
Chapter 20 Principles of Asepsis
Chapter 21 Health Assessment Across the Lifespan
Chapter 22 Measuring Vital Signs
Chapter 23 Principles and Practices of Medication Administration
Chapter 24 Effective Documentation
Chapter 25 Nursing Informatics, Health Information Technologies, and Nursing
Chapter 26 Reflection and Reflexivity: On Being a Nurse
Chapter 27 Communication: At the Heart of Nursing Practice
Chapter 28 Addressing Developmental Needs Across the Life Span
Chapter 29 Fostering a Positive Self-Concept
Chapter 30 Client Hygiene
Chapter 31 Creating Comfort and Managing Pain
Chapter 32 Balancing Activity and Rest
Chapter 33 Oxygenation
Chapter 34 Supporting Fluid and Electrolyte Balance
Chapter 35 Ensuring Nutrition
Chapter 36 Supporting Elimination
Chapter 37 Skin Care
Chapter 38 Immigrant and Refugee Canadians
Chapter 39 Vulnerability and Nursing: Structural Vulnerability as a Health Equity Concern
Chapter 40 Indigenous Peoples and Nursing
Chapter 41 Spirituality and Nursing: Presence and Promise
Chapter 42 Nursing as Lifelong Learning


Fundamentals Perspectives on the Art and Science of
Canadian Nursing 2nd Edition Gregory Raymound

Test Bank
Chapter 1 An Introduction to Canadian Nursing
1.A nurse uses effective strategies to communicate and handle conflict with nurses and other
health care professionals. Which Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) competency
is the nurse demonstrating?

a. Informatics
b. Quality improvement
c. Teamwork and collaboration
d. Evidence-based practice
Teamwork and collaboration uses effective strategies to communicate and handle conflict.
Informatics includes navigating electronic health records. Quality improvement uses tools such
as flow charts and diagrams to improve care. Evidence-based practice integrates best current
evidence with clinical expertise and patient/family preferences and values for delivery of optimal
health care.
PTS:1DIF:Cognitive Level: Applying (Application)
OBJescribe the purpose of professional standards of nursing practice.
TOP: Nursing Process: Implementation MSC: NCLEX: Management of Care
2.A nurse is employed by a health care agency that provides an informal training session on how
to properly use a new vital sign monitor. Which type of education did the nurse receive?

a. In-service education
b. Advanced education
c. Continuing education
d. Registered nurse education
In-service education programs are instruction or training provided by a health care agency or
institution designed to increase the knowledge, skills, and competencies of nurses and other
health care professionals employed by the institution. Some roles for RNs in nursing require
advanced graduate degrees, such as a clinical nurse specialist or nurse practitioner. There are
various educational routes for becoming a registered nurse (RN), such as associate, diploma, and
baccalaureate. Continuing education involves formal, organized educational programs offered by
universities, hospitals, state nurses associations, professional nursing organizations, and
educational and health care institutions.
PTS:1DIF:Cognitive Level: Applying (Application)
OBJ: Discuss the importance of education in professional nursing practice.
TOP: Nursing Process: Evaluation MSC: NCLEX: Management of Care
3.A nurse listens to a patients lungs and determines that the patient needs to cough and deep
breath. The nurse has the patient cough and deep breath. Which concept did the nurse

a. Accountability
b. Autonomy
c. Licensure
d. Certification


Autonomy is essential to professional nursing and involves the initiation of independent nursing
interventions without medical orders. Accountability means that you are professionally and
legally responsible for the type and quality of nursing care provided. To obtain licensure in the
canada, RN candidates must pass the NCLEX-RN examination administered by the individual
State Boards of Nursing to obtain a nursing license. Beyond the NCLEX-RN, some nurses
choose to work toward certification in a specific area of nursing practice.
PTS:1DIF:Cognitive Level: Analyzing (Analysis)
REF: 6 OBJ: Discuss the characteristics of professionalism in nursing.
TOP: Nursing Process: Evaluation MSC: NCLEX: Management of Care
4.A registered nurse is required to participate in a simulation to learn how to triage patients who
are arriving to the hospital after exposure to an unknown gas. This is an example of a response to
what type of influence on nursing?

a. Workplace hazards
b. Nursing shortage
c. Professionalism
d. Emergency preparedness
Many health care agencies, schools, and communities have educational programs to prepare for
nuclear, chemical, or biological attack and other types of disasters. Nurses play an active role in
emergency preparedness. Workplace hazards include violence, harassment, and ergonomics. A
person who acts professionally is conscientious in actions, knowledgeable in the subject, and
responsible to self and others. There is an ongoing global nursing shortage, which results from
insufficient qualified registered nurses (RNs) to fill vacant positions and the loss of qualified
RNs to other professions.
PTS:1DIF:Cognitive Level: Applying (Application)



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