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NSG 3222: interactive modules exam 2
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what is the role of the CHN?
community-based health education, providing health promotion interventions
what statement is true about the CHN?
facilitates members of the community to take control of their health
what areas is health promotion focused on?
2 components: developing nursing interventions directed towards people's resources to maintain wellbeing, maintaining or improving health of families and communities
Health promotion and disease prevention are both focused on which level of intervention?
the desired outcome of health education is that the learner:
demonstrates permanent behavioral change
what is true about health education in groups?
the nurse is not the only expert in the group- nurse should encourage members to share their experiences and ideas for solutions
what role does the opinion-giver perform within a health education group?
facilitates the honest and open sharing of diverse views and information
what is true of Tuckman and Jensen's five stages of group formation?
not all groups reach the performing stage;
which role is the group member who helps maintain harmony by conciliating different points of view and suggesting solutions?
which technique should the nurse use for introverted or shy personalities within a group?
nominal group technique
what technique of group facilitation can the nurse use to encourage creative ideas within a group?
the nurse is asked what advantage there is in including measurable objective in a health education program. what is the best answer?
measurable objectives ensure easier evaluation
the nurse is conducting a summative evaluation of a learning experience. This is also known as:
what are the categories of faculty structure evaluation?
peer evaluation, self-evaluation, learner evaluation
what are factors learners should consider when evaluating a teacher?
preparation, use of assessment in class, quality of chosen materials, communication skills, listening comprehension
what activities can the nurse use when performing a summative evaluation at a home visit?
a final verbal quiz that incorporates elements taught during the home visits, a discussion of changes the individual or family has made over the course of the home visits, an observation of skills obtained, a final role-play that incorporates elements taught during the home visits
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