The term scope of practice refers to all of the duties that a nursing assistant is:
a) legally permitted to perform.
Nursing assistants are NOT permitted to:
d) administer medications
According to the "Patient's Bill of Rights," a patient has the right to:
c) refuse treatment.
Which of the following actions is an example of negligence?
b) A nursing assistant does not reposition a bed-confined patient as instructed.
A nursing assistant can be guilty of false imprisonment if she:
a) retrains a patient without proper authority
Nursing assistants should:
a) report and document changes in a patient's condition.
Who establishes priorities when planning work assignments?
d) the patient
To help manage stress, it is wise for health care workers to:
c) exercise regularly.
Standard precautions are intended to prevent workers from:
b) being exposed to potentially dangerous body fluids.
The term liable means:
d) legally responsible.
A nursing assistant is responsible for:
b) keeping a patient's personal information confidential.
A nursing assistant belittles a patient by telling her that she is overreacting to her condition. This is an example of:
d) psychological abuse.