Nursing Concepts Exam 4

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Fundamentals of Nursing
Chapters 15-20, 25
Patient Education and Nursing Process
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1

Who sets the standards for patient and family teaching?

The Joint Commission

2

What recognizes that patient teaching falls within the scope of nursing practice?

All state Nurse Practice Acts

3

Helping individuals, families, or communities achieve optimal levels of health is the purpose of what?

Patient education

4

Patient educations includes maintenance of promotion of health and illness __________.

Prevention

5

Patient education includes ___________ of health.

Restoration

6

Patient education includes coping with __________ functioning.

Impaired

7

What is an interactive process that promotes learning?

Teaching

8

What is purposeful acquisition of knowledge, skills, behaviors, and attitudes?

Learning

9

TJC's "Speak Up" tips for patients and families advise them to speak up if they have __________ or __________.

Questions, concerns

10

TJC's "Speak Up" tips for patients and families advise them to __________ __________ to the care they get.

Pay attention

11

TJC's "Speak Up" tips for patients and families advise them to educate themselves about their ____________.

Illness

12

TJC's "Speak Up" tips for patients and families advise them to ask trusted family of member or friend to be their __________.

Advocate

13

TJC's "Speak Up" tips for patients and families advise them to know which ___________ they take and why.

Medicines

14

TJC's "Speak Up" tips for patients and families advise them to use a ___________ __________ ___________ that has been carefully evaluated.

Health care organization

15

TJC's "Speak Up" tips for patients and families advise them to ____________ in decisions about their treatment.

Participate

16

What type of teaching and learning includes lectures, question-and-answer sessions, and role-playing?

Cognitive

17

What type of teaching/learning method include demonstration, practice, independent projects, and games?

Psychomotor

18

What type of teaching/learning method includes support groups and confidence building techniques?

Affective

19

What is a desire or willingness to learn?

Motivation

20

What refers to a person's perceived ability to successfully complete a task?

Self-efficacy

21

What is a person's ability to focus?

Attention-set

22

What stage of grief does learning occur?

Acceptance

23

Learning occurs when the patient is __________ _________ in the educational session.

Actively involved

24

What depends on a patient's physical and cognitive abilities, developmental level, and physical wellness?

Ability to learn

25

A patient's level of personal development, physical health, and fatigue determine what their physical _________ are.

Capabilities

26

A nurse should ___________ a patient's life skills.

Respect

27

A nurse should build on the patient's previous _________ and __________ when educating them.

Experience, knowledge

28

The teaching process begins when education becomes part of the __________ __________.

Care plan

29

What is the ability to obtain, understand , and act on healthcare information and instructions?

Health literacy

30

Taking meds correctly, giving informed consent, self-care management of health condition, reading food labels in order to follow diet, and navigating the health system are all examples of what?

Health literacy

31

What are the phases of the nursing process?

Assessment, diagnosis, plan, implementation, and evauluation

32

What involves collecting information from the patient and from secondary sources along with interpreting and validation the information to forma complete database?

Assessment

33

What are the two stages of assessment?

Collection, verification, and analysis of data

34

When looking for sources of data when caring for a patient, who is the source of primary data?

Patient

35

When looking for sources of data when caring for a patient, who is the source of secondary data?

Family and significant others

36

Who does a nurse go to for tertiary data on a patient?

Health care team

37

A patient-centered interview is an _________ __________ with the patient.

Organized conversation

38

The best way to collect data on a patient is to organize a ________ _________ interview.

Patient-centered

39

What is an investigation of the body to determine its state of health?

Physical examination

40

What is the last component of a complete assessment, and requires accurate and approved terminology and abbreviations?

Data documentation

41

What is the identification of a disease condition based on specific evaluation signs and symptoms

Medical diagnosis

42

What is the clinical judgement about a patient's response to an actual or potential health problem?

Nursing diagnosis

43

What is known as the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association?

NANDA

44

The purpose of what organization is to develop, refine, and promote a taxonomy of nursing diagnostic terminology for use by all professional nurses?

NANDA

45

What provides a precise definition of a patient's problems?

Nursing diagnosis

46

What is a set or pattern of signs and symptoms gathered during assessment that you group together in a logical way?

Data cluster

47

The __________ of certain defining characteristics during the nursing diagnosis phase suggests that the nurse reject a diagnosis under consideration.

Absence

48

What is a clinical judgment of motivation, desire, and readiness to enhance well-being and actualize human health potential?

Health promotion nursing diagnosis

49

What describes human responses to health conditions of life processes?

Actual nursing diagnosis

50

What describes human responses to health conditions/life processes that may develop?

Risk nursing diagnosis

51

The goal statement or desired outcome statement describes a desired __________ in __________.

Change, behavior

52

Criteria for the desired outcome statement must have what 3 criteria?

Observable, measurable, and realistic

53

What is an objective behavior or response expected within hours to a week when writing a desired outcome statement?

Short-term goal

54

What is an objective behavior or response expected within days, weeks, or months when writing a desired outcome statement?

Long-term goal

55

What does AEB stand for?

As evidenced by

56

The nurse initiated intervention is considered an ____________ action.

Independent

57

The physician initiated intervention is considered to be a ___________ action.

Dependent

58

A collaborative intervention is considered to be an _____________ action.

Interdependent

59

What are nursing diagnoses, goals, expected outcomes, and nursing interventions with an section for evaluation findings so any nurse is able to quickly identify them?

Nursing care plan

60

What care plan is contributed from all disciplines involved in patient care?

Interdisciplinary

61

What are systematically developed set of statements that help nurses, physicians, and other health care providers make decisions about appropriate health care for specific clinical situations?

Protocols

62

What is a pre-printed document containing orders for a conduct of routine therapies, monitoring, guidelines,and/or diagnostic procedures for specific patients with identified clinical problems?

Standing orders

63

Direct care is treatment performed through ___________ with patients?

Interactions

64

Indirect care is treatment performed for the patient but on _________ of the patient or group of patients.

Behalf

65

Evaluation is an ongoing process in which the patient _________ is compared with the patient's _________.

Outcome, goal