Nursing Concepts Final
What are the 5 C's?
Competence, confidence, compassion, conscience, commitment
What are the patterns of knowing?
Personal, empirical, ethical, and aesthetic knowing
Her concept stated that environmental modification was important to the healing process.
Her concept was to get patients back to being able to care for themselves.
Her concept involved the importance of cultural care.
SOLAR stands for what?
Squarely (face the patient), Open posture, Lean in, Eye contact, Relax
The 5 phases of nursing process are:
Assessment, diagnoses, planning, implementation, and evaluation
Primary data comes from:
Secondary date comes from:
Patient family and significant others
Tertiary data comes from:
The health team, medical records, nursing report
What is a clinical judgment about the patient's response to an actual or potential health problem and provides a precise definition of a patient's problem?
What is a broad statement that describes the desired change in a patient's condition or behavior?
Desired Outcome Statement
Criteria for the Goal/Desired Outcome Statement are __________, ___________, and ___________ outcomes.
Observable, measurable, and realistic
Medicare is ___________ insurance.
The criteria for eligibility for medicare: anyone 65 years and older, any age with a disability, and anyone with chronic renal failure requiring ___________.
Medicare Part _____ is free to anyone over age 65.
Medicare Part _____ has added co-pays but better coverage.
Medicare Part _____ is an option that has vision, hearing, and dental benefits.
Medicare Part _____ is the government's prescription drug plan.
________ is a federally funded government health insurance that each state controls that provides health benefits to the indigent and disabled.
What Prospective Payment System (PPS)use diagnosis codes to regulate its revenue?
Dianosis-related groups (DRG)
What Prospective Payment System (PPS)has physicians being paid the same fee per patient seen?
______ is a managed care plant where a patient receives most or all of their health care from a network provider and require that they select a primary care physician (PCP) who is responsible for managing and coordinating all of their health care.
______ is a health plan that has contracts with a network of "preferred" providers from which they can choose. They do not need to select a PCP and they do not need referrals to see other providers in the network.
_____ is a health plan where a patient can choose a provider that is either in network or they can choose to go out of network.
_______ ________ are "adverse events that are serious, largely preventable, and of concern to both the public and health care providers for the purpose of public accountability". Insurance companies will not pay for these events.
A _________ _________ is an unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical or psychological injury, or the risk thereof
__________ is the ability to answer for one's actions.
_________: Actions as right or wrong based on principles and determined by moral value, not by outcome.
What proposes that the value of something is determined by its usefulness, outcome, or consequences?
What is step 1 in processing an ethical dilemma?
Ask if this is an ethical dilemma
What is step 2 in processing an ethical dilemma?
Gather all relavent information
What is step 3 in processing an ethical dilemma?
What is step 4 in processing an ethical dilemma?
Verbalize the problem
What is step 5 in processing an ethical dilemma?
Identify possible course of action
What is step 6 in processing an ethical dilemma?
Negotiate a plan
What is step 7 in processing an ethical dilemma?
Evaluate a plan
When looking for useful research sites what 5 things should be included in the site?
Authority, objectivity, accuracy, currency, usability
________ learning includes reasoning, abstract thinking, decision making, problem solving etc. The individual learns by watching, reading or experiencing some stimuli.
________ learning deals with attitudes, motivation, willingness to participate, valuing what is being learned, and ultimately incorporating the values of a discipline into a way of life.
________ learning focuses on performing sequences of motor activities to a specified level of accuracy, smoothness, rapidity, or force.