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5 Matching questions

  1. Implementation-Stress (1)
  2. Depression: Key interventions
  3. Coping
  4. Child Abuse: Physical indicators of physical abuse
  5. Implementation-Stress (3)
  1. a learn skills that reduce physiological response to stress.
    Regular exercise, support systems, muscle relaxation, cognitive therapy, assertiveness training, stress management in the workplace.
  2. b Accept patient; focus on strengths
    Reinforce efforts to make decisions
    For severe indecision, nurse makes decision
    Never reinforce hallucinations/delusions
    Accept anger
    Spend time with withdrawn patients
    Provide activities designed for success
    Medications as prescribed by provider.
  3. c decrease stress-producing situation.
    Reduce frequency of stress inducing situations.
    Avoid excessive change.
    Manage personal time effectively.
  4. d Unexplained bruises, welts, fractures
    Infected burns
    Unexplained burns, especially on the soles, palms, back, or buttocks
  5. e a behavior or activity to change or manage a situation that the person feels is potentially harmful or dangerous.
    Adaptive and recovery of health. Palliative or temporary relief.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Prioritize the highest problem that is causing stress, Utilize collaborative care, Multidisciplinary approach, View patient holistically, Inform of potential resources, Group counseling sessions
    Consultations, Individual therapy
  2. Men 15-24 yo, African American, High income, HS + education, Rural
  3. Crying, feeling sad, helpless or hopeless
    Feeling discouraged or worthless
    Loss of interest or pleasure in others or most activities
    Fatigue and loss of energy nearly every day
    Bad temper, irritable, easily annoyed
    Fearful, tense, anxious
    Repeated rejection by other children
    Drop in school performance
    Inability to sit still, fidgeting or pacing
    Repeated emotional outbursts, shouting or complaining
    Doesn't talk to other children
    Repeated physical complaints without medical cause (headaches, stomach aches, aching arm or legs)
    Significant increase or decrease in appetite (not due to appropriate dieting)
    Change in sleep habits
  4. Compensation, Conversion, Denial, Displacement
    Identification, Dissociation, Regression
  5. A suicide gesture or threat should never be ignored
    The child should be encouraged to discuss the thought
    The health care provider should try to determine whether the child has a plan and the lethality of the plan
    Help from a qualified health care professional should be obtained

5 True/False questions

  1. Domestic Abuse: Honeymoon: Stage III (MAN)See loving behaviors as the "real" person and tries to make up.
    Wants to believe it will never happen again.
    Feels that if she stays he will get help
    Thought of leaving makes her feel guilty.
    Believes in the permanency of the relationship and gets trapped.

          

  2. Domestic Abuse: Honeymoon: Stage III
    (WOMAN)
    See loving behaviors as the "real" person and tries to make up.
    Wants to believe it will never happen again.
    Feels that if she stays he will get help
    Thought of leaving makes her feel guilty.
    Believes in the permanency of the relationship and gets trapped.

          

  3. Key Factors in DepressionAppetite disturbance/weight change
    Sleep disturbance
    Psychomotor disturbance
    Fatigue or loss of energy
    Worthlessness/guilt
    Indecision/poor concentration
    Recurrent thoughts of death/suicide

          

  4. Process of AnxietyNeurochemical, physical,
    Emotional responses

          

  5. Domestic Abuse: Phase II "Acute Battering" (WOMAN)Trigger event is either internal or external
    Battering occurs privately
    Threaten more harm if partner tries to get help
    Tries to justify behavior
    Minimizes the severity
    Stress is relieved