NR 222 Practice Quiz 1

  • NR 222 Practice Quiz 1

1. Which of the following is considered tertiary prevention? (Points : 1)

2. What is a state of physical, mental, spiritual, and social functioning that realizes a person’s potential and is experienced within a developmental context? (Points : 1)

3. The nurse is uncomfortable after being assigned to provide care to a close friend. According to the American Nurses Association's (ANA's) Code of Ethics for Nurses, which of the following options addresses an appropriate solution to this conflict of interest? (Points : 1)

4. The nurse is caring for 5 clients. Which clients have a disease? (Select all that apply ) (Points : 1)

5. Which of the statements below is the correct order of the nursing process? (Points : 1)

6. Which represents a method of secondary prevention? (Points : 1)

7. Which of the following concepts of ethics is described as the "duty to maximize the benefits of actions while minimizing harm"? (Points : 1)

8. Which of the following is the model that emphasizes an individual’s belief in being personally capable of performing the behavior required to influence one’s own health? (Points : 1)

9. What is the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individuals? (Points : 1)

10. A client with a diagnosis of terminal cancer refuses to have chemotherapy. The nurse respects the client’s decision based on understanding of which ethical principle? (Points : 1)

11. A client is scheduled to have open-heart surgery. The client’s physical condition is such that the client stands a 50-50 chance of dying on the operating table. The client has not been educated about this possibility. The primary care provider did not give this client the opportunity to exercise the right to which ethical standard? (Points : 1)

Question 12 of 20Which of the following are professional responsibilities that the nurse should demonstrate during resolution of an ethical issue with a client? (Select all that apply)(Points : 1)

13. A nurse who uses findings from a randomized, controlled trial on the care of urinary catheters to change practice is using: (Points : 1)

14. As part of the nursing process, what is a critical component of the nursing care plan that must be determined before implementing care? (Points : 1)

15. Which of the following steps of the nursing process is the enactment of the nursing care plan to elicit behavior change described in expected outcomes? (Points : 1)

Question 17 of 20A teenager who smokes one pack of cigarettes a day is referred to an asthma educator. The teenager states he likes to smoke with his friends and does not recognize the connection between his smoking and his asthma. The educator must first identify that the teenager is which stage of change? (Points : 1)

18. During an initial encounter, the nurse asks the client questions and makes observations. Which stage of the nursing process is being accomplished during this encounter? (Points : 1)

19. Which interventions address the overarching goals of the Healthy People 2020 leading health indicators? (Select all that apply.) (Points : 1)

20. The nurse who is an expert in cardiovascular disease is asked to speak at a community event. What is the role of the nurse? (Points : 1)

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