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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Four universal concepts central to nursing practice
  2. Sister Callista Roy/ Roy adaptation model
  3. Patricia Benner
  4. Peplau/ Theory of interpersonal relations
  5. Novice nurse
  1. a person, nurse, health, and environment
  2. b From Novice to Expert, focuses on clinical nursing practice and her belief that nursing knowledge accrues over time.
  3. c level 1, student nurse or a skilled nurse being placed in an unfamiliar area
  4. d goal of nursing is to promote adaptive responses through a six-step nursing process.
  5. e (focused on relationship btw nurse and patient) encouraged autonomy through interlocking and overlapping phases: preorientation, orientation, working, and termination

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. general to specific
    1. All members of Class A are purple.
    2. Mary is a member of Class A.
    3. Therefore, Mary is purple
  2. helps you, as a nurse, function therapeutically in interactions and helps you understand behaviors in your patients, their families, and yourself.
  3. interrelated definitions and concepts that are organized for viewing phenomenon specific to nursing.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.

5 True/False questions

  1. Conceptual models or nursing frameworks (aka paradigm)(focused on relationship btw nurse and patient) encouraged autonomy through interlocking and overlapping phases: preorientation, orientation, working, and termination

          

  2. Betty Neuman/ Health Care Systems modeltheorizes 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

          

  3. Adaptation Theoryhelps the nurse understand the ability of living things to adjust (or adapt) in response to continuous internal and external stimuli.

          

  4. Florence Nightingalelevel 1, student nurse or a skilled nurse being placed in an unfamiliar area

          

  5. Myra E. Levine/ Conservation modelinterrelated definitions and concepts that are organized for viewing phenomenon specific to nursing.

          

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