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Role Development in Professional Nursing Practice 3rd Ed Masters

 

  1. You are a nurse working in a facility that utilizes total patient care nursing. One disadvantage of this model of care is:
  1. continuity of communication
  2. total accountability for the shift
  3. cost effectiveness

*d. none of the above

  1. The five rights of delegation include all of the following except:
  1. right task
  2. right circumstances
  3. right person
  4. right supervision

*e. right cost

  1. The nursing care delivery model that relies on critical pathways to evaluate care is:

*a. case management

  1. team nursing
  2. primary care
  3. functional nursing
  1. To be an effective patient advocate the nurse must:
  1. be assertive
  2. be able to work with unfamiliar agencies
  3. recognize the client’s values are important
  4. ensure clients have adequate information

*e. all of the above

  1. Highest levels of collaboration are characterized by:
  1. information exchange
  2. consultation

*c. referral

  1. coordination of care
  2. all of the above
  1. Professional roles in nursing include:
  1. Advocate
  2. Caregiver
  3. Manager

*d. All of the above

  1. Some changes over the past several decades that have impacted the healthcare delivery system and the practice of nursing include which of the following?
  1. Changes in the patterns of disease
  2. Economic changes
  3. Population shifts
  4. Advances in technology

*e. All of the above

  1. Continuous Quality Improvement generally includes the following common set of characteristics that include which of the following?
  1. A link to key elements of the organization’s strategic plan
  2. Training programs for personnel
  3. Staff support for process analysis and redesign
  4. Application of current and rigorous techniques of scientific method and statistical process control

*e. All of the above

  1. Approaches to developing critical thinking skills include:

 

  1. the nursing process
  2. concept mapping
  3. journaling
  4. group discussions

*e. all of the above

 

 

  1. Steps in the nursing process include:

 

  1. assessment
  2. planning
  3. implementation
  4. evaluation

*e. all of the above

 

 

  1. Today the student nurse assigned to a patient on a medical unit assessed the patient’s response to nursing interventions. The step of the nursing process being utilized is known as:

 

  1. assessment
  2. planning
  3. implementation

*d. evaluation

  1. none of the above

 

 

  1. Group discussions enhance critical thinking skills by:

 

*a. exploring alternatives

  1. visually arranging ideas
  2. problem solving systematically
  3. all of the above
  4. none of the above

 

 

  1. Characteristics of critical thinking include:

 

  1. involves conceptualization
  2. requires knowledge
  3. involves creative thinking
  4. requires reflection

*e. all of the above

  1. Match the following PICO category to the corresponding description

[e] 1. What group do you want information on?

[b] 2. What event do you want to study the effect of?

[d] 3. Compared to what? Better or worse than no intervention at all, or than another intervention?

[a] 4. What can I hope to accomplish, measure, improve or affect?

[c] 5. How long are participants observed?

  1. Outcome
  2. Intervention
  3. Time or Timeframe
  4. Comparison
  5. Population
  1. As a student nurse you are committed to basing your practice on evidence. The highest level of evidence is produced using which of the following methods?
  1. Individual quasi-experimental studies
  2. individual experimental studies

*c. meta-analysis of multiple studies

  1. a series of non experimental studies
  2. program evaluation
  1. Evidence-based nursing practice considers:
  1. patient preferences
  2. the clinical situation
  3. the expertise of the clinician

*d. all of the above

  1. You are a nurse caring for an elderly female patient in a medical-surgical inpatient unit. The patient is suffering from an alteration in level of comfort related to post-surgical pain. As you evaluate her response to the standard care provided, you wonder about the effectiveness of alternate interventions. When you frame your question as a PICO question, the intervention would be:
  1. the standard treatment

*b. the alternative treatment

  1. the outcome
  2. the population
  3. none of the above
  1. Grading the strength of a body of evidence should incorporate three domains that include:
  1. quality
  2. quantity
  3. consistency

*d. all of the above

  1. Which of the items listed below is a model of evidence-based practice used in nursing known as PET?
  1. ACE Star Model of Knowledge Transformation
  2. Iowa Model of Evidence-Based Practice

*c. Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice Model

  1. Quality Practice Evidence Translation Model for Nursing
  2. None of the above
  1. In the model known as ‘PET,’ the acronym refers to the process that includes which of the following?
  1. Assessing the quality of the evidence
  2. Asking a practice question
  3. Translating the evidence to practice

*d. B and C only

  1. A and C only

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