Core Test 1.txt
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Core Test 1.txt
Core Test 1
What is the first two parts of the ANA Standsards of Practice?
1. Assessment: gather subjective and objective data
2. Diagnosis: cluster data to form nursing diagnosis
What are the third and fourth parts of the ANA Standards of Practice?
Outcome Identification: Realistic, Measurable, Time-limited and Client-centered
Planning: Identify efidence-based interventions that will assist in client reaching outcome
What are the fifth and six sections of the ANA Standards of Practice?
Implementation: perform interventions successfully
Evaluation: was the outcome achieved?
What are the five roles of a nurse?
List some consumer factors that shape nursing.
Longer life span
live far from home
List some Societal Influences that shap nursing.
Women's health issues
Threat of bioterrorism
Threat of litigation
Tech test ethical principles
List some factors of today's health care delivery system that shape healthcare.
Access to Care
Evidence based practice
Focus on Safety
What are the five steps of Evidence-based Practice?
1. Ask the PICO question
2. Collect best and most relevant evidence
3. Critique evidence
4. Integrate evidence
5. Evaluate the practice decision
Describe a PICO question.
P = Patient population of interest (age, race, disease)
I = Intervention of Interest (what do you want to test)
C = Comparison of Interst (what is done now)
O = Outcome (what do you want to achieve)
Describe what to look for when critiquing evidence.
Best to Worst: Metaanalysis, randomized, case control, opinions
What are characteristics of the Pre-interaction phase?
Find a confidential space
Use appropriate communication strategies
Use patients name, not room number or illness
What are characteristics of the Orientation phase?
Engagement and Assessment
Identify patient strengths
Use open questions, watch verbal cues, listening
What are some characteristics of the Working Phase?
Plan strategies to meet goal and act on them
Establish trust and candor
Use skills to manage challenging behaviors, gain feedback balanced by attending and listening
What is the keystone to a therapeutic relationship?
What is the most common type/manner of communication?
Body Language is 55%
Vocal Cues are 38%
What are three purposes of therapeutic communication?
1. Listening so you can identify needs
2. Encourages expression of feelings, builds trust
3. Allows better chance health goals will be met
What are two characteristics of therapeutic communication?
It is client-centered and purposeful
Therapeutic Environment: what does SOLER mean?
S = Sit next to patient
O = Open posture
L = Lean in
E = Eye Contact
R = Relax
What are three characteristics of Active Listening?
2. Reflect (verbalize the content AND the implied emotion)
3. Clarify (summarizes and focuses client's thoughts)
What does empathy do that sympathy does not?
Maintains some objective