The philosophy of the ADN program is congruent with the NC's mission statement and is supported by?
mind, body, soul
health reflects harmony within the body and enables the person to move toward?
Identified hierarchy of needs
ANA Code of Ethics
Nursing is a profession and an art that is guided by?
American Nurses Association
Sets Standard for Nursing practice.
Adapting to the World through assimilation and accommodation
The process by which a person takes material into their mind from the environment which may mean changing th eevidence of their senses to make it fit.
The difference made to one's mind or concepts by the process of assimilation
The ability to group objects together on the basis of common features.
The understanding more advanced than simple classification that some classes or sets of objects are also sub-sets of a larger class
The realisation that objects or sets of objects stay the same even when they are changed about or made to look different.
The ability to move away from one system of classification to another
The belief that you are the center of the universerse and everything revolves aroudn you.
Process of working out something in your head.
The representation in the mind of a set of perceptions, ideas, and or actions which go together.
A period of a child's development in which he or she is capable of unerstanding some things but not others.
Birth to 2 years
What age is Sensori-motor?
What age is Pre-operational
What age is Concrete Operational
11 years and up
What age is formal operational?
achieves object permanence....
Thinking is egocentric: has difficulty taking the viewpoint of others
Can think logically about objects and events
Can think logically about abstract propositions and tests nypotheses systemically
Bread Cereal Rice and pasta
meat poultry fish dry beans eggs & nuts
milk yogurt & cheese
fats oils and sweets
how many calories per gram in protein?
how many calories per gram in carbs?
how many calories per gram in fats?
how many calories per gram in alcohol?
__________________ between the nurse, client and other health providers is the basis for effective clinical decision makign to help assure the delivery of accurate and safe care.
nursing diagnoses, are used as the tadonomy for describing actual or potential health problems. Who developed this?
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
serves as the basis for the framework of the nursing program?
ADA (American with Disabilities Act)
If a student cannot meet the standards without accommodations or modifications the nursing program will determine whether or not the modifications can be made individually. This is set by?
Identify cause-effect relationships in clinical situations
Establish rappaport with patients/clients and colleagues
Explain treatement procedures, initiate health teaching, document and interpret nursing actions.
To maneuver in small places. Move around in patient's room work space and treatment area.
Calibrate and use equipment; position patients/clients.
Observe patient/client responses
Observe patient/client responses
perform palpatation functions of physical exam.
Students must have a GPA of ? to be entered into Nursing?
How many injectsions of Hep B must you have to do clinicals?
student will be automatically withdrawn
If a student fails a drug test?
student may be dismissed from the nursing program
failture to maintain confidental information.
3 occurrences of absense in an NUR class with a clinical component will result in the student being reported to the administrator and will result in the student being withdrawn from the nursing course. How many hours does this total?
How long of a time period is considered a tardy?
How many times can you fail a course before being withdrawn?
What score must you make on the exit exam?
what is unacceptable and is grounds for dismissal from the nursing program?
In all clinical settings; above waistline where it can be seen
Where must the ID/name tag/badge be worn?
Nail polish & visible tattoos
Will result in being sent home and a U for the day
Cleanse woud/skin with soap and water
First step in immediate treatement
Who can delegate to an LPN?
Cannot do ACLS but can do CPR
can observe treatment
Can assess patient
American Nurses Association ANA
Sets the code of ethics for nursing?
full self care
requires use of equipment or device
requires supervision from a person
requires assistance from a person
dependent does not participate
Achieving individual potential
self esteem- and esteem from others
love, affection, being a part of groups
Shelter, removal from danger
Health food Sleep
Maslow's Hierarchy Level 1
Maslow's Hierarchy Level 2
Maslow's Hierarchy Level 3
Maslow's Hierarchy Level 4
Maslow's Hierarchy Level 5
stated that lower needs must be met before achieving higher levels.
provide lunch breaks, rest breaks, and wages that are sufficient to purchase the essentials in life
provide a safe work environment, retirement benefits, and job security
create sense of community via team-based projects and social events
recognize achievements to make employees feel appreciated and valued. offer job titles
provide employees a challenge and opportunity to reach full career potential