5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Imogene King/ Theory of Goal Attainment
- Peplau/ Theory of interpersonal relations
- Novice nurse
- Sister Callista Roy/ Roy adaptation model
- Betty Neuman/ Health Care Systems model
- a level 1, student nurse or a skilled nurse being placed in an unfamiliar area
- b theorizes that a person is a complex system that responds to stressors (internal and external environments) guides nursing practice at 3 levels of prevention: primary, secondary, and tertiary. focus evaluating pt stability, evaluating effects of stressors on the pt
- c (focused on relationship btw nurse and patient) encouraged autonomy through interlocking and overlapping phases: preorientation, orientation, working, and termination
- d focus on evaluating outcomes, setting goals, self-care. Goal of theory is health for individuals, groups, and society
- e goal of nursing is to promote adaptive responses through a six-step nursing process.
5 Multiple choice questions
- theory focused on three major relationships: environment to pt, nurse to environment, and nurse to pt. (Environment is the major focus)
- helps the nurse understand the ability of living things to adjust (or adapt) in response to continuous internal and external stimuli.
- interrelated definitions and concepts that are organized for viewing phenomenon specific to nursing.
- are the building blocks of a nursing theory that is initiated, based on a personal philosophy or belief about nursing, and may be abstract or concrete.
- based on three concepts: wholeness, adaptation, and conservation (example: obtaining a wheelchair for the pt (conserve energy))
5 True/False questions
Competent nurse → level 3, can multitask, plan and set goals, has ability to think abstractly and analytically.
Four universal concepts central to nursing practice → person, nurse, health, and environment
Proficient nurse → level 4, is able to see the whole (rather than the parts) of a situation, recognizes subtle changes, and focuses on the long-term goals.
Role theory → helps you, as a nurse, function therapeutically in interactions and helps you understand behaviors in your patients, their families, and yourself.
Expert nurse → final level, has the ability to recognize patterns and responses that are automatic and integrated.