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5 Matching questions

  1. Proficient nurse
  2. Advanced beginner nurse
  3. Patricia Benner
  4. What are the six steps to Roys adaptation model?
  5. Competent nurse
  1. a 1. assessing behaviors 2. assessing stimuli 3. formulating a nursing diagnosis 4. setting goals to promote adaptation 5. implementing interventions 6. evaluating whether the goals have been met
  2. b level 3, can multitask, plan and set goals, has ability to think abstractly and analytically.
  3. c From Novice to Expert, focuses on clinical nursing practice and her belief that nursing knowledge accrues over time.
  4. d 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. e level 2, considered the new graduate nurse who demonstrates marginally acceptable performance relies more on experienced nurses.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. specific to general
    1. 20 males btw the ages 19 and 35 had symptoms of PTSD after returning from war.
    2. therefore, all males btw the ages of 19 and 35 returning from war will have symptoms of PTSD.
  2. integrated set of concepts and statements that can be used to explain, describe, predict, or control a phenomenon. may be inductive or deductive reasoning (PP page 2)
  3. interrelated definitions and concepts that are organized for viewing phenomenon specific to nursing.
  4. based on three concepts: wholeness, adaptation, and conservation (example: obtaining a wheelchair for the pt (conserve energy))
  5. for example Maslow's Theory of the Hierarchy of Needs, Erickson's Theory of Psychosocial Development; both teach nurses that all systems in the human body are interdependent.

5 True/False questions

  1. Conceptsare 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.


  2. Conceptual models or nursing frameworks (aka paradigm)structures that guide the development of a study (Levine, Orem, King, Newman, Roy, and Johnson


  3. Four universal concepts central to nursing practiceperson, nurse, health, and environment


  4. Imogene King/ Theory of Goal Attainmenttheory focused on three major relationships: environment to pt, nurse to environment, and nurse to pt. (Environment is the major focus)


  5. Deductive reasoninggeneral to specific
    1. All members of Class A are purple.
    2. Mary is a member of Class A.
    3. Therefore, Mary is purple