Key Concepts- Chapter 1
#1. elevated the status of nursing to a respected occupation, improved the quality of nursing care, and founded modern nursing education - florence nightingale #2. defines nursing as the protection...
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#1. HIPAA - Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act #2. QSEN - Quality & Safety Education for Nursing #3. SbAR - Situation Background Assessment Recommendation -type of communication #...
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Key Terms- Chapter 2
#1. applied research - research designed to directly influence or improce clinical practice #2. basic research - research designed to generate and refine theory; the findings are often not directl...
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#1. outcome identification, planning - ______ and _______ steps of the nursing process, the nurse works in partnership with the patient and family to: • Establish priorities • Identify and write ...
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#1. holistic care - care that addresses the many dimensions that comprise the whole person, the nurse must understand and respect each person’s own definition of health and responses to illness a...
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#1. rest - connotes a condition in which the body is in a decreased state of activity, with the consequent feeling of being refreshed. #2. Sleep - is a state of rest accompanied by altered conscio...
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...of care. #2. Criteria - are measurable qualities, attributes, or characteristics that identify skills, knowledge, or health states. #3. Standards - are the levels of performance accepted by and expected...
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#1. gelatinous container to hold powder/liquid med (ORAL) - capsule #2. liquid preparation of med w/alcohol base (ORAL) - elixir #3. suspension w/in an oil base (ORAL) - emulsion #4. coating that c...
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Key Concepts- Chapter 16
#1. essential for coordination and continuity of care - effective communication among health care professionals #2. the 3 forms of communication central to nurses professional role are - documenting...
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Fundamentals of Nursing: Medications
Medication Safety, Actions basic to nursing care
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Health and Illness
#1. Immunizing children against measles is an example of which of the following levels of preventive care? - Primary care #2. Referring an HIV+ pt to a local support group is an example of which of t...
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#1. bedside report - elements includes the oncoming and outgoing nurse seeing the patient together, revieing meds record and health c are provider's and nursing orders and establishing patients g...
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#1. cultural diversity - includes, but is not limited to, people of varying cultural background, racial and ethnic origin, religion, language, physical size, gender, sexual orientation, age, disa...
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