Nursing Skills 1

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  1. Nursing is ......?
    Both a science and an art.
  2. The word nurse originates from ______  which means _____?
    nutrix,   to nourish
  3. What are the aims of nursing?
    • To promote health
    • To provent illness
    • To restore health
    • To facilitate coping with disability or death
  4. What are the essential competencies in providing safe nursing care?
    • Coginitive Skills
    • Technical Skills
    • Interpersonal Skills
    • Ethical/Legal Skills
  5. Which Skill involves nursing knowledge and critical thinking to problem solve and find best solution to meet a patient's needs.
    Cognitive/Intellectual
  6. Define Critical thinking?
    Process that challenges a nurse to interpret and evaluate information/data to derive judgments
  7. What steps are needed for critical thinking in nursing?
    • Organizing information
    • Picking out relevant information
    • Making sound judgments based on reason and rationale, not preference, prejudice, self interest or fear
  8. What are the 2 Nursing organizations that form the code of ethics?
    • ANA American Nurses Association
    • NLN National League for Nursing
  9. Name for Legal standards of nursing practice actions
    • TBON- Nurse Practice Acts
    • TJC- National Patient Safety Goals
    • QSEN competencies
    • IOM- Institue of Medicine
  10. Describe Goal 1 of National Patient Safety Goals
    • Improve Patient ID 2 ways:
    • Patient's Name
    • Medical Record Number
  11. Describe Goal 2 of National Patient Safety Goals
    • Improve communcation among caregivers by SBAR:
    • S-Situation
    • B-Background
    • A-Assessment
    • R-Recommendation
    • Quickly report important results of tests and diagnostic procedures to right staff person
  12. Describe Goal 3 of National Patient Safety Goals
    Improve safety of using medications.  This is further discussed in levels 1-4
  13. Describe Goal 7 of National Patient Safety Goals
    Reduce risk of health care-associated infections with proper handcleaning guidlines from CDC and WHO.  As well as proven guidlelines to prevent infections that are difficult to treat
  14. Describe Goal 9 of National Patient Safety Goals
    Reduce  the risk of falls
  15. Describe Goal 14 of National Patient Safety Goals
    Prevent pressure ulcers
  16. Describe Goal 15 of National Patient Safety Goals
    • Prevent patients from harming themselves by recognizing symptoms
    • Changing mood
    • Giving away possessions
    • Increasing risk taking
    • Injuring self
    • Talking or writing about death or suicide
    • Threatening to kill self
    • Withdrawing from family and friends
  17. Legally defines and regulates the scope of nursing practice in each state of the US 
    A. Nursing Practice Act
    B. ANA & NLN
    C. The joint commisiion TJC
    D. QSEN competencies
    E.  Institute of Medicine
  18. Provide established sandards of practice that provide specific guidance to the professional nurse
    A. Nursing Practice Act
    B. ANA & NLN
    C. The joint commisiion TJC
    D. QSEN competencies
    E.  Institute of Medicine
  19. Evaluates health care organizations & inpires them to excell in poviing safe & effective care of the highest quality and value
    A. Nursing Practice Act
    B. ANA & NLN
    C. The joint commisiion TJC
    D. QSEN competencies
    E.  Institute of Medicine
  20. Pursues strategies to develope effective teaching approaches to assure graduate competencies
    A. Nursing Practice Act
    B. ANA & NLN
    C. The joint commisiion TJC
    D. QSEN competencies
    E.  Institute of Medicine
  21. An independent, nonprofit organization that works outside of government to provide unbiased and authoritative advice to decision makers and the public
    A. Nursing Practice Act
    B. ANA & NLN
    C. The joint commisiion TJC
    D. QSEN competencies
    E.  Institute of Medicine
  22. Give the Summarized Philosophy and Framework of Nursing
    • The individual has Needs
    • Nursing assists the individual to meet their needs
    • Nurses perform certain skills to assist in meeting these needs
  23. What are the 5 steps in the nursing process? 
    • Assessment
    • Diagnosis
    • Planning
    • Implementation
    • Evaluation
  24. What is the guide for assessment
    • P=Psychosocial Needs
    • E=Elimination
    • R=Rest, Regulatory, Reproductive Needs
    • S=Safety Needs
    • O=Oxygenation Needs
    • N=Nutrition Needs
  25. What are the 2 types of Data collected during assessment?
    • Subjective- something patient tells you about
    • Objective-data detectable by the nurse
  26. What is the process of Diagnosis?
    Analyzing and interpreting the data to identifyhealth needs and formulate nursing diagnoses
  27. What are the 2 parts of planning?
    • Establishing goals and developing outcomes
    • Getting ready to implement the skill (gather necessary equipment and making preparations before beginning the skill)
  28. Implementation is simply...
    Carrying out the plan
  29. Evaluation has 2 parts.  What are they?
    • Determine if the goal was met and see the patient's response to the plan
    • Then act on the information obtained by documenting on the chard as well as telling appropriate staff

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