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1.

Nursing practice in the twenty-first century is an art and science that is


centered on the
A. Client
B. Health care facility
C. Nursing process
D. Cultural diversity
A. Client
2. Who decreased mortality by improving sanitation in the battlefields,
resulting in a decrease in illness and infection?
A. Florence Nightingale
B. Clara Barton
C. Dorthea Dix
D. Lillian Wald
A. Florence Nightingale
3. The professional nurse responsible for increasing the respect for the
individual and awareness of cultural diversity was:
A. Harriet Tubman
B. Mary Mahoney
C. Isabel Hampton
D. Mary Adelaide Nutting
B. Mary Mahoney
4. The document that developed goals and objectives to meet the health of
the public is known as:
A. Notes on Nursing
B. Last Acts Campaign
C. Healthy People 2010
D. Nursing Principles and Practice 2010
C. Healthy People 2010
5. A nurse who uses critical thinking in the decision-making process providing
effective quality care to individuals is known as a(n):
A. Advanced care nurse
B. Clinical decision maker
C. Evidence-based practitioner
D. Multidiscipline practice
B. Clinical decision maker

6. The document that assures clients that they will receive quality care from a
competent nurse is the:
A. Standards of care
B. Nurse Practice Act
C. Accreditation certification
D. National council licensure
A. Standards of care
7. The regulation of licensure and practice of nursing is accomplished by the:
A. NCLEX-RN
B. Certification examination
C. Nurse Practice Act
D. ANA Congress for Nursing
C. Nurse Practice Act
8. A nurse who has been in a position on the same unit for 2 years
understands the organization and care of the clients on that nursing unit.
Benner defines this nurse as able to anticipate nursing care and to formulate
long-range goals; this nurse is given the title:
A. Expert
B. Proficient
C. Competent
D. Advanced beginner
C. Competent
9. An advanced practice nurse (APN) is the nurse most independently
functioning of all professional nurses. All of the following are examples of
clinically focused APNs except:
A. Nurse specialist
B. Nurse practitioner
C. Case manager
D. Care provider
D. Care provider
10. An APN is pursuing a job change. Which of the following positions would
the APN be unable to pursue without meeting additional criteria?
A. Nurse educator
B. Certified registered nurse anesthetist

C. Nurse manager
D. Case manager
B. Certified registered nurse anesthetist

11. Which of the following


professional organizations
was created to address
concerns of members in
the nursing profession?
A. NLN
B. MSN
C. PHA
D. NIH

A. NLN

NURSING HAS A CODE OF


ETHICS THAT PROFESSIONAL
rn'S FOLLOW:
1. DEFINES THE PRINCIPLES BY
WHICH NURSES' PROVIDE CARE
TO THEIR CLIENTS
2. ENSURES IDENTICAL CARE TO
ALL CLIENTS
3. PROTECTS THE CLIENT FROM
HARM
4. IMPROVES SELF-HEALTH
CARE

1. DEFINES THE PRI


WHICH NURSES' PR
CARE TO THEIR CLI

2. THE FOUNDER OF MODERN


NURSING IS:
1, DORTHEA DIX
2. FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
3. CLARA BARTON
4. HARRIET TUBMAN

2. FLORENCE NIGHT

THE FOUNDER OF THE


AMERICAN RED CROSS:
1. FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE

3. CLARA BARTON

2. DORTHEA DIX
3, CLARA BARTON
4. MARY MAHONEY
4. EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE
IS DEFINED AS:
1. THE INTERGRATION OF THE
BEST RESEARCH WITH CLINICAL
EXPERTISE AND PATIENT
VALUES
2. SCHOLARLY INQUIRY OF
NURSING AND BIOMEDICAL
RESEARCH LITERATURE
3. NURSING CARE BASED ON
TRADITION
4. QUALITY NURSING CARE
PROVIDED IN AN EFFICIENT AND
ECONOMICALLY SOUND
MANNER

1. THE INTERGRATIO
RESEARCH EVIDEN
CLINICAL EXPERTIS
PATIENT VALUES

5. THE STANDARDS OF CARE


DESCRIBED IN THE ANA
STANDARDS OF CLINICAL
PRACTICE, SECOND EDITION
INCLUDE:
1. THE NURSING PROCESS:
ASSESSMENT, DIAGNOSIS,
OUTCOME IDENTIFICATION, AND
PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION,
AND EVALUATION.
2. ADMINISTRATION OF
MEDICATIONS, PERSONAL
HYGIENE, AND GROOMING
3. CARE OF VULNERABLE
POPULATIONS
4. CARE OF PERSONS IN
FINANCIAL CRISIS

1. THE NURSING PR
ASSESSMENT, DIAG
OUTCOME IDENTIFI
AND PLANNING,
IMPLEMENTATION, A
EVALUATION.

6. REGARDLESS OF EDUCATION
PREPARATION, THE
EXAMINATION FOR THE RN
LICENSURE IS EXACTLY THE
SAME IN EVERY STATE IN THE
UNITED STATES, THIS:
1. PROVIDES A STANDARDIZED
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE BASE
FOR THE CLIENT POPULATION
NURSES SERVE
2. GAURENTEES SAFE CARE
FOR ALL CLIENTS
3. ENSURES IDENTICAL CARE
FOR ALL CLIENTS
4. ENSURES AND HONEST CARE
GIVER

1. PROVIDES A STAN
MINIMUM KNOWLED
FOR THE CLIENT PO
NURSES SERVE

7. CONTEMPORARY NURSING
REQUIRES THAT THE NURSE
POSSES KNOWLEDGE AND
SKILLS FOR A VARIETY OF
PROFESSIONAL ROLES AND
RESPONSABILITIES. EXAMPLES
INCLUDE:
1. AUTONOMY AND
ACCOUNTABILITY
2. FOLLOWING PHYSICIANS
ORDERS
3. PROVIDING BEDSIDE CARE
4. INCREASED EMPHASIS ON
HEALTH PROMOTION AND
ILLNESS PREVENTION

4. INCREASED EMPH
HEALTH PROMOTIO
ILLNESS PREVENTIO

8. ADVANCED PRACTICE
NURSES GENERALLY:
1. WORK IN THE UNIVERSITY
SETTING
2. FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY

2. FUNCTION INDEP

3. WORK IN ACUTE CARE


SETTINGS
4. FUNCTION AS UNIT
DIRECTORS
I NORTH AMERICA THE MAJOR
PROFESSIONAL NURSING
ORGANIZATIONS IS ARE:
1. THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF
HEALTH AND CRITICAL CARE
NURSE
2. NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR
NURSING AND THE AMERICAN
NURSES ASSOCIATION
3. NATIONAL COUNCIL
LICENSURE EXAMINATION
4. THE AMERICAN MEDICAL
ASSOCIATION

10. AS LONG AS NURSES MAINTAIN


INVOLVEMENT IN HEALTH CARE POLICY AND
PRACTICE:
1. NURSES WILL HAVE SIGNIFICANT
INCREASES IN SALARIES
2. OUTSIDERS WILL NOT IMPOSE THEIR WILL
ON NURSING AND NURSING PRACTICES
3. MAJOR HEALTH PROBLEMS WILL SUBSIDE
4. PHYSICIANS WILL HAVE MORE CONTROL
OVER NURSING AND NURSING FUNCTIONS

The purpose os a utilization


review committee is to:
1)Review admissions,
diagnositc, and treatments
ordered by physicians

2. NATIONAL LEAGU
NURSING AND THE
NURSES ASSOCIATI

2. OUTSIDERS WILL NOT IMPOSE


ON NURSING AND NURSING PRAC

1)Review admissions, diagnositc, and treatments ordere


physicians

2)Review quality, quantity and


cost of care
3)Review reimbursement fees
and appropriation of funds
4)review the utilization of the
payment mechanism
The client's health insurance
changed from a limited number of
physicians to choose from when the
client voluntarily enrolled into the
special group of caregivers. The
coluntarily enrolled specific group of
persons known as:
1)PPO: a preferred provider
organization
2)Medicare
3)Private Insurance
4)a managed care
organization(MCO)

4)MCO a manage
organization

which of the following was


documented in recent research with
evidence that a professional
nursing staff affects health care
financing? The results indicated that
the positive benefit of a nursing
professional nursing staff is a:
1. decreased rate of readmission
2. decreased length of stay
3. decreaded need to hire ancillary
personnel
4. Increased rate of nosocomial
infections

2. Decreased len

The nurse is giving discharge


instructions to a newly diagnosed
diabetic. The nurse discusses with

3. health promoti

the client what the dietary intake


should be. This is an example of
which health care service?
1. illness prevention
2. restorative care
3. health promotion
4. tertiary care
The nurse volunteers to take blood
pressure measurements after
church services. This is an example
of which level of health care
service?
1. health promotion
2. illness prevention
3. secondary care
4. restorative care

2. illness prevent

The nurse completes the standard


orders on a clients first day
postoperatively. The document that
is used to coordinate the clients
care is:
1. discharge plan
2. critical pathway
3. medicare plan
4. standard nursing care

2. critical pathwa

The multidisciplinary care model


used to move clients efficiently from
admission to discharge is known
as:
1. team nursing
2. nursing process
3. interdisciplinary care
4. case management

4. case managem

a client discharged afte suffering a

1. restorative car

stroke is transferred from a teritiary


care facility to another facility for
additional care to recover and
continue to regain function. The
type of care facility is known as:
1. restorative care
2. home care
3. extended care
4. assisted care
which of the following is an example
of respite care?
1. nursing home
2. day care
3. home care
4. nurse extender

2. day care

The nurse found that tympanic


thermometers were quick, easy,
and as reliable as temperatures
from oral thermometers. the finding
is known as :
1. evidence-based practice
2. competency testing
3. critical thinking
4. primary care

1. evidence-base