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Introduction to Psychiatric Nursing
Psychiatric Nursing
The art of psychiatric nursing
What is mental health?
Fundamental Objectives of Mental Healt…
-Includes the assessment and care for the physical, emotional…
Incorporates and applies:... -The knowledge from theories, both…
Is on a continuum and is variable.... -Ranges from external fact…
The promotion and protection of mental health.... The prevention…
Psychiatric Nursing
-Includes the assessment and care for the physical, emotional…
The art of psychiatric nursing
Incorporates and applies:... -The knowledge from theories, both…
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Introduction to psychiatric nursing
dual diagnosis
5 point plan to improve nation's menta…
major goals of NAMI
half of all lifetime mental illnesses…
co-occuring illness and substance use disorder
increase prevention, treatment, and recovery, expand mental h…
communication that mental illnesses are brain disorders, elim…
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dual diagnosis
co-occuring illness and substance use disorder
5 point plan to improve nation's menta…
increase prevention, treatment, and recovery, expand mental h…
26 terms
Introduction to psychiatric Nursing
What is mental health
what is mental illness?
What are the certain elements associat…
In relation to mental illness what doe…
Successful performance of mental functions, resulting in the…
considered as a clinically significant behavioral or psycholo…
Horwitz Identifies two of these elements as incomprehensibili…
The inability of the general public to understand the motivat…
What is mental health
Successful performance of mental functions, resulting in the…
what is mental illness?
considered as a clinically significant behavioral or psycholo…
17 terms
Introduction to nursing: Chapter 2
Currently the US healthcare system has…
Given example of primary level of care?
Give an example of preventive care?
Describe and give an example of second…
Disease prevention: health promotion: and primary, secondary,…
Focuses on improved health outcomes for an entire population.…
Blood pressure and cancer screening, immunizations, mental he…
Secondary care the diagnosis and treatment of illness or trad…
Currently the US healthcare system has…
Disease prevention: health promotion: and primary, secondary,…
Given example of primary level of care?
Focuses on improved health outcomes for an entire population.…
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
Pediatric Variations of Nursing Interv…
Well child visits
growth measurements
how to do height and length
Informed concent: child must have competent parental or guard…
2 days, 2 weeks,1month, 2months, 4months, 6monts, 9months, 1…
recumbent lenth for infants up to age 36 months plus weight a…
over 2-stadiometer... under 2-infant board
Pediatric Variations of Nursing Interv…
Informed concent: child must have competent parental or guard…
Well child visits
2 days, 2 weeks,1month, 2months, 4months, 6monts, 9months, 1…
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Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
History of Pediatric Care
Perspectives on Pediatric Nursing
Pediatric Health Promotion
Oral Health Facts
-Disease and unsanitary conditions a major threat... -Child labo…
-Pediatric care has evolved over the years and includes major…
-To reduce the differences in current health status among mem…
-1 in 5 American children between 2 and 5 years old have visi…
History of Pediatric Care
-Disease and unsanitary conditions a major threat... -Child labo…
Perspectives on Pediatric Nursing
-Pediatric care has evolved over the years and includes major…
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Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
what makes pediatric nurses unique?
morbidity in children
mood disorders are ________ in children
most common illness in children ages 1…
-we see children across the entire spectrum, see both acute a…
an illness or injury that limits activity, requires attention…
increasing
diseases of respiratory system
what makes pediatric nurses unique?
-we see children across the entire spectrum, see both acute a…
morbidity in children
an illness or injury that limits activity, requires attention…
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Introduction to Nursing - Exam Vocabulary
adenoma
arthritis
biopsy
cardiology
tumor of a gland
inflammation of the joints
examination of tissue to verify the existence of disease
study of the heart
adenoma
tumor of a gland
arthritis
inflammation of the joints
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Introduction to Nursing Medication Checkoff
Intradermal Injection degree
Intradermal Needle gauge
Intradermal Needle length
Intradermal needle locations for shots
5-15 degrees
25-27 g
0.25'- 0.5' (1/4-1/2)
Forearm (think TB or allergy shots)
Intradermal Injection degree
5-15 degrees
Intradermal Needle gauge
25-27 g
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Introduction to Perioperative Nursing
When does pre-op care begin/end?
Urgent Surgery
Elective Surgery
Emergent Surgery
Begins when patient can no longer be managed medically. ... Ends…
Quality of life is deteriorating and they can't wait any longer
A surgery that a patient chooses to have (ex: a hip replaceme…
Ex: a gunshot wound surgery that is needed to save their life
When does pre-op care begin/end?
Begins when patient can no longer be managed medically. ... Ends…
Urgent Surgery
Quality of life is deteriorating and they can't wait any longer
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 15
fetal stage
neonatal stage
infant stage
toddler stage
ninth gestational week to birth
birth to 28 days(4 weeks)
28 days (4 weeks) to 1 year
1 to 3 years
fetal stage
ninth gestational week to birth
neonatal stage
birth to 28 days(4 weeks)
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Introduction to nursing practice
What is physical assessment
Primary and at a glance assessment is…
Systems based assessment - A-G Systema…
Health assessment - Systemic approach
A process where data is collected and analysed in an orderly…
A - Airway... B - Breathing... C - Circulation... D - Disability
A - Airway... B - Breathing... C - Circulation... D - Disability... E - E…
E - Exposure/environment... F - formal sets of observations... G -…
What is physical assessment
A process where data is collected and analysed in an orderly…
Primary and at a glance assessment is…
A - Airway... B - Breathing... C - Circulation... D - Disability
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Introduction to the Nursing Process
Nursing Process
Who first used the term nursing proces…
In 1973, what did the ANA come up with…
6 Characteristics of the Nursing Process
The systematic method of critical thinking that nurses use to…
Lydia Hall; 1955.
Standards of Clinical Practice.
-Analytical... -Dynamic... -Organized... -Outcome oriented... -Collaborat…
Nursing Process
The systematic method of critical thinking that nurses use to…
Who first used the term nursing proces…
Lydia Hall; 1955.
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Introduction to Nursing Profession
Nursing defined
Nursing education
Licensure
Florence Nightingale
The protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abi…
Hospital Diploma Program; ADN; BSN; Advance Degrees (APN)
NCLEX-RN: a minimum standard of knowledge for nursing practice.
Nursing was born out of reform of caring for British soldiers…
Nursing defined
The protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abi…
Nursing education
Hospital Diploma Program; ADN; BSN; Advance Degrees (APN)
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206- Chapter 1- Introduction to Transcultural Nursing
field of transcultural nursing
madeline leininger
Transcultural Nursing Society's mission
Why do you believe this class is impor…
what was founded in mid 1960s.
who founded transcultural nursing
is to enhance the the quality of culturally congruent, compet…
Imperative that the nursing workforce rapidly adapt itself to…
field of transcultural nursing
what was founded in mid 1960s.
madeline leininger
who founded transcultural nursing
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Introduction to Perioperative Nursing
Phases of the surgical experience
Perioperative
Preoperative
What phase is the period that is used…
*Preoperative... *Intraoperative... *Postoperative
*Begins when the patient is informed of the need for surgery;…
*Begins when the patient is informed of the need for surgery…
Preoperative... Can be lengthy if elective or brief if urgent s…
Phases of the surgical experience
*Preoperative... *Intraoperative... *Postoperative
Perioperative
*Begins when the patient is informed of the need for surgery;…
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Nursing 100 Introduction Exam 1
What is the mission statement of the D…
Dean of the College of Nursing and All…
Associate Dean
BSN Department Head
the mission is to prepare leaders in professional nursing who…
Dr. Gail Poirrier
Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
Dr. Lisa Broussard
What is the mission statement of the D…
the mission is to prepare leaders in professional nursing who…
Dean of the College of Nursing and All…
Dr. Gail Poirrier
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Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
time frame for neonatal
time frame for infancy
time frame for toddler
time frame for preschool
birth to 4 weeks
1-12 months
1-3 years
3-6 years
time frame for neonatal
birth to 4 weeks
time frame for infancy
1-12 months
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Introduction to Nursing - Quiz 1
Why study nursing history?
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Linda Richards
-Acknowledge past contributions... -Give us pride in the most tr…
-nursing in the Crimean War... -reformed hospitals ... -influenced…
-created the Red Cross
-America's first trained nurse... -uniforms and documents
Why study nursing history?
-Acknowledge past contributions... -Give us pride in the most tr…
Florence Nightingale
-nursing in the Crimean War... -reformed hospitals ... -influenced…
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Taylor Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
Nursing
Nursing Practice
Nursing Profession
Attributes of a Professional Nurse
- Originates from the Latin word NUTRIX, meaning "to nuture"…
A blend of SCIENCE and ART:... - SCIENCE: the knowledge base fo…
- Well-defined body of specific and unique knowledge... - Ongoin…
- Open-minded... - Value all people... - Self-awareness of one's ow…
Nursing
- Originates from the Latin word NUTRIX, meaning "to nuture"…
Nursing Practice
A blend of SCIENCE and ART:... - SCIENCE: the knowledge base fo…
53 terms
Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
Health
Licensure
Nurse Practice Act
Nursing
State of optimal functioning or well-being
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
Law established to regulate nursing practice
Profession that focuses on the holistic person receiving heal…
Health
State of optimal functioning or well-being
Licensure
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
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Introduction to Nursing Test 2
health promotion model
health belief model
collecting, verifying, analyzing, comm…
subjective data
assesses competence; does not include fear or threat; potenti…
factors other than health beliefs heavily influence health be…
actions done with client data in assessment phase
things the patient says (from their perspective); also from c…
health promotion model
assesses competence; does not include fear or threat; potenti…
health belief model
factors other than health beliefs heavily influence health be…
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Introduction to the Profession of Nursing Chapter 2
World Health Organization (WHO) define…
Health
Health Belief Model
Health Promotion Model
"state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, no…
is a state of being that people define in relation to their o…
addresses the relationship between a person's beliefs and beh…
motivated by the desire to increase well-being
World Health Organization (WHO) define…
"state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, no…
Health
is a state of being that people define in relation to their o…
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Ch.1: Introduction to Nursing
The nurse is evaluating client health.…
A student nurse understands that the p…
A nurse educator is discussing the rol…
Which explanation differentiates the R…
A client with a leg amputation that performs activities of da…
health promotion.... Healthy People 2020 establishes health pro…
It is the role of nursing to provide a caring relationship th…
The LPN should work under the supervision of an RN.... LPNs are…
The nurse is evaluating client health.…
A client with a leg amputation that performs activities of da…
A student nurse understands that the p…
health promotion.... Healthy People 2020 establishes health pro…
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Introduction to Nursing Ch.15
Why professions have organizations and…
What is the major professional nursing…
What is the specialty nursing organiza…
What are the benefits and barriers for…
to support and shape nursing practice... to set standards for ma…
broad purpose professional (represent and support the entire…
focus on standards of practice or professional needs of the s…
Benefits- networking, continuing education and certification,…
Why professions have organizations and…
to support and shape nursing practice... to set standards for ma…
What is the major professional nursing…
broad purpose professional (represent and support the entire…
41 terms
Introduction to Nursing (1)
A man age 61 years is distraught becau…
A student nurse understands that the p…
The nurse conducts a home safety asses…
The need for university-based nursing…
Facilitated Coping
health promotion
The nurse promotes a safe environment
World War II
A man age 61 years is distraught becau…
Facilitated Coping
A student nurse understands that the p…
health promotion
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Content Section 1- Introduction to Nursing
accountability
advance directives
american nurse association (ANA)
autonomy
state of being answerable for one's actions- a nurse answers…
based on values of informed consent, patient autonomy over en…
the consistent commitment of nurses to provide care that prom…
ability or tendency to fuction independently
accountability
state of being answerable for one's actions- a nurse answers…
advance directives
based on values of informed consent, patient autonomy over en…
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introduction to the nursing process 2
two parts of planning
type of thinking
Cyclic, critical thinking, problem-sol…
Provides a framework for assisting cli…
outcomes/interventions
critical
nursing process
nursing process
two parts of planning
outcomes/interventions
type of thinking
critical
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PN Introduction to Nursing
T/F: Nursing was always an honorable p…
A woman in the 18th century who advanc…
Why is it so important to "keep curren…
In spite of the multiple different def…
FALSE!
Florence Nightingale
The goal is to run an evidence-based practice which correlate…
the PATIENT!
T/F: Nursing was always an honorable p…
FALSE!
A woman in the 18th century who advanc…
Florence Nightingale
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introduction to psychiatric nursing
What is the role of the RN in Psychiat…
What is the importance of integrating…
what is the DSM-V?... Diagnostic and stat…
What dose the nurse us the DSM for
1. carries out the traditional skill sets of the nursing prac…
Its impotent for the nurse to assess the patient both medical…
DSM-V manual with the standard classification of mental disor…
care plans , it contains descriptions, symptoms to diagnose m…
What is the role of the RN in Psychiat…
1. carries out the traditional skill sets of the nursing prac…
What is the importance of integrating…
Its impotent for the nurse to assess the patient both medical…
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Introduction to Nursing Ch.8
What is the critical thinking in nursi…
What is the characteristics of critica…
What is reflective thinking?
What is the 5 main characteristics of…
a process by which the thinker improves the quality of his or…
raises questions/problems and formulates them clearly and pre…
an active process valuable in learning and changing behaviors…
critical analysis, divergent thinking, reasoning, creativity,…
What is the critical thinking in nursi…
a process by which the thinker improves the quality of his or…
What is the characteristics of critica…
raises questions/problems and formulates them clearly and pre…
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introduction to nursing research (chapter 1)
empirical data
nursing research
nursing science
objectivity
documented evidence gathered through direct observation rathe…
a systematic process of investigating problems to gain knowle…
the body of knowledge that is unique to the discipline of nur…
ability to distance the research process as much as possible…
empirical data
documented evidence gathered through direct observation rathe…
nursing research
a systematic process of investigating problems to gain knowle…
79 terms
Introduction to Nursing Final
Medicare
Part A of Medicare
Part B of Medicare
Part C of Medicare
developed by the federal government to provide healthcare cov…
Hospitalization
covers outpatient
medicare advantage plan
Medicare
developed by the federal government to provide healthcare cov…
Part A of Medicare
Hospitalization
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Introduction to psychiatric Nursing
What is mental health
what is mental illness?
What are the certain elements associat…
In relation to mental illness what doe…
Successful performance of mental functions, resulting in the…
considered as a clinically significant behavioral or psycholo…
Horwitz Identifies two of these elements as incomprehensibili…
The inability of the general public to understand the motivat…
What is mental health
Successful performance of mental functions, resulting in the…
what is mental illness?
considered as a clinically significant behavioral or psycholo…
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Ch.1 Introduction to Nursing
What are the 4 aims (goals) of nursing?
How do nurses promote health?
How do nurses prevent illness?
How do nurses restore health?
1. Promote health... 2. Prevent illness... 3. Restore health... 4. Fac…
Nurses promote health by identifying, analyzing, and maximizi…
Nurses prevent illness primarily by teaching and by personal…
Performing assessments that detect an illness (e.g., taking b…
What are the 4 aims (goals) of nursing?
1. Promote health... 2. Prevent illness... 3. Restore health... 4. Fac…
How do nurses promote health?
Nurses promote health by identifying, analyzing, and maximizi…
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Introduction to Nursing Ch.7
Why Florence Nightingale credited with…
What is the famous trio of first U.S.…
What is the educational status nursing…
The study of nursing and nursing educa…
Declared nursing to be a respected occupation requiring advan…
6 months to 2 years of training... Graduated with a diploma (dip…
Focused on teaching methods... material being taught... living cond…
Gold-mark Report
Why Florence Nightingale credited with…
Declared nursing to be a respected occupation requiring advan…
What is the famous trio of first U.S.…
6 months to 2 years of training... Graduated with a diploma (dip…
41 terms
Introduction to Nursing (1)
A man age 61 years is distraught becau…
A student nurse understands that the p…
The nurse conducts a home safety asses…
The need for university-based nursing…
Facilitated Coping
health promotion
The nurse promotes a safe environment
World War II
A man age 61 years is distraught becau…
Facilitated Coping
A student nurse understands that the p…
health promotion
16 terms
Introduction to Professional Nursing
What are the eight images of nursing t…
what are three thinking skills and wha…
Why define nursing?
Profession:
angel of mercy, handmaiden, battle-ax, naughty nurse, militar…
Clinical judgement: observing, comparing, contrasting, and ev…
-helps the public understand the value of nursing... -helps diff…
has a training or educational period.... -ongoing research: Quan…
What are the eight images of nursing t…
angel of mercy, handmaiden, battle-ax, naughty nurse, militar…
what are three thinking skills and wha…
Clinical judgement: observing, comparing, contrasting, and ev…
35 terms
Final Introduction to Nursing Exam
Florence Nightengale
Who was the "Lady with the Lamp."
Dorothea Dix
Who originally was hired in the laundr…
Demonstrated the value of aspetic techniques and infection co…
Florence Nightengale
Appointed to organize military hospitals, provide trained nur…
Susan King Taylor
Florence Nightengale
Demonstrated the value of aspetic techniques and infection co…
Who was the "Lady with the Lamp."
Florence Nightengale
18 terms
Introduction to Legal Aspects of Nursing
Major focus of the RN
How to protect yourself
Sources of law
Statutory law
1. protect your clients' rights... 2. protect yourself from lega…
1. know your state laws affecting nursing practice... 2.follow y…
1. statutory law... 2.Regulatory law... 3. common law
Created by legislative bodies... a. US Congress (federal laws)... i…
Major focus of the RN
1. protect your clients' rights... 2. protect yourself from lega…
How to protect yourself
1. know your state laws affecting nursing practice... 2.follow y…
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing Ch 15
fetal stage
neonatal stage
infant stage
toddler stage
ninth gestational week to birth
birth to 28 days(4 weeks)
28 days (4 weeks) to 1 year
1 to 3 years
fetal stage
ninth gestational week to birth
neonatal stage
birth to 28 days(4 weeks)
44 terms
Introduction to the Profession of Nursing Chapter 2
World Health Organization (WHO) define…
Health
Health Belief Model
Health Promotion Model
"state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, no…
is a state of being that people define in relation to their o…
addresses the relationship between a person's beliefs and beh…
motivated by the desire to increase well-being
World Health Organization (WHO) define…
"state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, no…
Health
is a state of being that people define in relation to their o…
32 terms
Critical Care Nursing Introduction
Which patient would the nurse identify…
Of the following patients, which will…
The nurse, employed in a hospital in a…
The nurse, providing patient care in a…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The blood pressure and respira…
Correct Answer: 1,4,5... Rationale 1: Critical care units are co…
Correct Answer: 3... Rationale 1: This level of care is provided…
Correct Answer: 1... Rationale 1: In an open ICU, nurses, pharma…
Which patient would the nurse identify…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The blood pressure and respira…
Of the following patients, which will…
Correct Answer: 1,4,5... Rationale 1: Critical care units are co…
33 terms
Introduction to Professional Nursing Chapter 7
Ethics/ Moral Philosophy: Mataethics
Ethics/ Moral Philosophy: Normative et…
Ethics/ Moral Philosophy: Applied ethics
Basic Concepts in Ethics
focus on universal truths, and where and how ethical principl…
focus on the moral standards that regulate behaviors
focus on specific difficult issues such as euthanasia, capita…
Values are attitudes, ideals, or beliefs that an individual o…
Ethics/ Moral Philosophy: Mataethics
focus on universal truths, and where and how ethical principl…
Ethics/ Moral Philosophy: Normative et…
focus on the moral standards that regulate behaviors
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Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
What causes infant mortality?
What causes mortality in children aged…
What causes mortality in children aged…
What causes morbidity in children aged…
1. congenital anomalies... 2. hypoxia/birth asphyxia ... 3. RDS... 4.…
1. injuries (*accidents*)... 2. congenital anomalies... 3. homici…
1. injuries (*accidents*)... 2. congenital anomalies ... 3. homic…
1. injuries (*accidents*)... 2. congenital anomalies... 3. cancer…
What causes infant mortality?
1. congenital anomalies... 2. hypoxia/birth asphyxia ... 3. RDS... 4.…
What causes mortality in children aged…
1. injuries (*accidents*)... 2. congenital anomalies... 3. homici…
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Introduction to Nursing FINAL EXAM
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Mary Elizabeth Mahoney
Lillian Wald
Founder of modern nursing... Dedicated her life to improve healt…
A teacher, not a nurse... Founder of American Red Cross, Red Cro…
First African American trained nurse in the U.S.
Mother of community health... Founded Henry Street Settlement (b…
Florence Nightingale
Founder of modern nursing... Dedicated her life to improve healt…
Clara Barton
A teacher, not a nurse... Founder of American Red Cross, Red Cro…
ULL Nursing Unti 1: Introduction to the Department of Nursing
Dr. Gail Poirrer
Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
Dr. Lisa Broussard
Sheryl Gonsoulin
Dean?
Associate Dean?
BSN Department Head?
BSN Coordinator
Dr. Gail Poirrer
Dean?
Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
Associate Dean?
28 terms
Unit 1: Introduction to the profession of nursing
What is nursing?
Goals of nursing
Nurses must use:
Nurses give care in a variety of:
The care of others, originated from the word to nourish, prom…
To promote health, prevent illness, restore health, facilitat…
knowledge, skills, and critical thinking... cognitive, technica…
traditional and non-traditional settings
What is nursing?
The care of others, originated from the word to nourish, prom…
Goals of nursing
To promote health, prevent illness, restore health, facilitat…
8 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
health
licensure
nurse practice act
nursing
state of optimal functioning or well-being
to be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
...
...
health
state of optimal functioning or well-being
licensure
to be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
14 terms
Introduction to Mental Health Nursing
What is mental health
What is interpersonal vs intrapersonal?
What is resillience
psychopathology
emotional, physiological, and social wellness
Interpersonal is how the person relates to others; intraperso…
being able to overcome negative stressors and utilize positiv…
signs and symptoms
What is mental health
emotional, physiological, and social wellness
What is interpersonal vs intrapersonal?
Interpersonal is how the person relates to others; intraperso…
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