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Chapter 2 Nursing
Florence Nightingale
Dorothea Dix
Linda Richards
Clara Barton
- Founder of Modern Nursing... - Spurred reform of the British…
- Superintendent of Union Army Nurses... - Champion for mental h…
- 1874, first trained nurse in the United States... - Created fi…
- Civil War Nurse... - Founded American Red Cross 1881
Florence Nightingale
- Founder of Modern Nursing... - Spurred reform of the British…
Dorothea Dix
- Superintendent of Union Army Nurses... - Champion for mental h…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 2
Healthcare delivery system
Emphasis on population wellness
health services pyramid
health services pyramid
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
from this various healthcare models have been generated
1. manages health instead of illness... 2. emphasis is on wellne…
Healthcare delivery system
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
Emphasis on population wellness
from this various healthcare models have been generated
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Chapter 2 nursing 210
vi. DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID
v. Three things specify differences
1. POLYGENIC INHERITANCE
2. INCOMPLETE DOMINANCE
DNA
1. Overall number of base pairs in the DNA molecule is very l…
the inheritance of a trait that is determined by multiple genes
the case in which a heterozygous genotype results in a phenot…
vi. DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID
DNA
v. Three things specify differences
1. Overall number of base pairs in the DNA molecule is very l…
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Nursing Research Chapter 2
What do you believe?
Components of a Research Report
What is the goal of research ?
Other terms - that might be helpful in…
• Ask yourself: How can research help me provide quality care…
•These are "key terms" and should be used as an advanced orga…
o generate knowledge that can be used in practice. The conc…
key focus is on the sections... Data... Data analysis... Descriptive r…
What do you believe?
• Ask yourself: How can research help me provide quality care…
Components of a Research Report
•These are "key terms" and should be used as an advanced orga…
Chapter 2 Nursing
incontinence
impairment
combative
scalds
the inability to control the bladder or bowel
loss of ability or function
hostile or violent behavior
burns made by hot liquid
incontinence
the inability to control the bladder or bowel
impairment
loss of ability or function
Nursing Review Chapter 2
The Institute of Medicine (IOM)
National Priorities Partnership
Medicare
Medicaid
Calls for a health care delivery system that is safe, effecti…
Group of 52 organizations from a variety of health care disci…
Federal funded national health insurance program in the US fo…
State medical assistance to people with low incomes based on…
The Institute of Medicine (IOM)
Calls for a health care delivery system that is safe, effecti…
National Priorities Partnership
Group of 52 organizations from a variety of health care disci…
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Nursing Chapter 2
Why is image important?
Nurse Reinvestment Act
Patient Protection and Affordable Care…
Antiquity Image
RNs are 40% of the workforce, how they are perceived directly…
Provided nursing scholarships, promoted nursing as a career,…
Increased nursing student loan amounts, 50 million a year to…
Untrained servants, women who were religious or wealthy
Why is image important?
RNs are 40% of the workforce, how they are perceived directly…
Nurse Reinvestment Act
Provided nursing scholarships, promoted nursing as a career,…
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Chapter 2 nursing 210
vi. DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID
v. Three things specify differences
1. POLYGENIC INHERITANCE
2. INCOMPLETE DOMINANCE
DNA
1. Overall number of base pairs in the DNA molecule is very l…
the inheritance of a trait that is determined by multiple genes
the case in which a heterozygous genotype results in a phenot…
vi. DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID
DNA
v. Three things specify differences
1. Overall number of base pairs in the DNA molecule is very l…
Nursing Terms Chapter 2
Acute Care Setting
Patient
Inpatient Care
Outpatient Care
Specialize in providing care to people who become sick or inj…
Person who receives care in a hospital or acute care setting.
Patients who stay overnight in the hospital.
Patients who do not need to stay overnight for medical care a…
Acute Care Setting
Specialize in providing care to people who become sick or inj…
Patient
Person who receives care in a hospital or acute care setting.
Nursing vocabulary chapter 2
Autoclave
Benign
Blood pressure
Bowel
Equipment used to sterlize under pressure.
Non cancerous
The amount of force exerted against the walls of an artery by…
Another name for intestine.
Autoclave
Equipment used to sterlize under pressure.
Benign
Non cancerous
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Nursing Chapter 2 Vocabulary
competency evaluation
reciprocity
registry
interdisciplinary care plan
an exam consisting of a written portion and a skills portion…
the principle in which one state recognizes a license from an…
a record of people who have completes the CNA training
a plan of care for each patient made by the health care team
competency evaluation
an exam consisting of a written portion and a skills portion…
reciprocity
the principle in which one state recognizes a license from an…
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Nursing Chapter 2
Minimum Necessary Rule
LTC
Home Health
Hospice
You only release or request the amount of info needed to sati…
Long Term Care- Care for elderly et. people w. disabilities
Care given in home
Care for terminally ill, pts. who live only up to 6 months
Minimum Necessary Rule
You only release or request the amount of info needed to sati…
LTC
Long Term Care- Care for elderly et. people w. disabilities
Nursing chapter 2
Interdisciplinary health team
Nursing team
Organization of nursing care
Patient focused care
💉patient... 💉patients family ... 💉the physician ... 💉other specialist…
💉RN: 4 year B.S.N. or a 2 year Associate degree ... They must p…
💉Primary nursing: given by the RN, they are assigned a patien…
💉 emphasize the needs of the patients ... 💉 team members makes d…
Interdisciplinary health team
💉patient... 💉patients family ... 💉the physician ... 💉other specialist…
Nursing team
💉RN: 4 year B.S.N. or a 2 year Associate degree ... They must p…
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Nursing Chapter 2
it is important because it helps us to…
central concepts of nursing (4)
receiving the nursing
within which the person exists
theory
person, environment, health, nursing
person
environment
it is important because it helps us to…
theory
central concepts of nursing (4)
person, environment, health, nursing
chapter 2 nursing
Health Disparities
Health Equity
Sojourner Immigrant
Race
ia particular type of health difference that is closely linke…
is the accomplishment of the highest level of health for all…
immigrant that stays but then returns back home
refers to physical characteristics that a particular group of…
Health Disparities
ia particular type of health difference that is closely linke…
Health Equity
is the accomplishment of the highest level of health for all…
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Nursing chapter 2 vocabulary
Applied research
Basic research
Conceptual framework model
Data
Also called practical research, is designed to directly influ…
Sometimes called pure or laboratory research, is designed to…
A group of concepts that follows an understandable pattern ma…
Observable and verifiable information.
Applied research
Also called practical research, is designed to directly influ…
Basic research
Sometimes called pure or laboratory research, is designed to…
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Chapter 2 - Nursing 200
research
quantitative research
extraneous variables
logical positivism
entails using formal and systematic process to address proble…
entails the systematic collection, statistical analysis and i…
any variable thatcold influence the result of study other tha…
which maintains the truth is absolute and can be discovered b…
research
entails using formal and systematic process to address proble…
quantitative research
entails the systematic collection, statistical analysis and i…
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Nursing CHAPTER2(the nursing assistant)
competency evaluation
registry
reciprocity
licensed practical nurse (LPN)/ licens…
the nursing training ends with this evaluation, which involve…
official record of the people who have successfully completed…
in many cases, your certification will be valid in states othe…
carries out the doctor's orders; the nursing assistant helps…
competency evaluation
the nursing training ends with this evaluation, which involve…
registry
official record of the people who have successfully completed…
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IN: Disaster Nursing - [HESI, Chapter 2]
To sort or categorize.
What are the three levels of preventio…
Changes cause _______________.
Participation in the development of a…
Triage
Primary... Secondary... Tertiary
Anxiety
Primary Prevention
To sort or categorize.
Triage
What are the three levels of preventio…
Primary... Secondary... Tertiary
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Nursing Vocab chapter 2
Nursing Assistant (NA)... &... Certified Nu…
Registered Nurse (RN)
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Physician or Doctor (MD or DO)
Performs delegated tasks, such as taking vital signs and prov…
A licensed professional who has completed two or four years o…
A licensed professional who has completed one to two years of…
To diagnose and prescribe treatment
Nursing Assistant (NA)... &... Certified Nu…
Performs delegated tasks, such as taking vital signs and prov…
Registered Nurse (RN)
A licensed professional who has completed two or four years o…
Chapter 2 Nursing
theories
developmental theory
theories
hypotheses
explanation of facts and observations; organize our experiences
what theory provides an understanding to how and why people c…
__________________ are not a solution to a problem. they offe…
theories produce___________
theories
explanation of facts and observations; organize our experiences
developmental theory
what theory provides an understanding to how and why people c…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 2
Healthcare delivery system
Emphasis on population wellness
health services pyramid
health services pyramid
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
from this various healthcare models have been generated
1. manages health instead of illness... 2. emphasis is on wellne…
Healthcare delivery system
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
Emphasis on population wellness
from this various healthcare models have been generated
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Foundations of Nursing Chapter 2
accountability
advocate
deposition
doctrine of informed consent
being answerable to one's own actions
a person who acts on behalf of another person
out-of-court, under-oath statement of a witness
full disclosure of the facts the patient needs to make an int…
accountability
being answerable to one's own actions
advocate
a person who acts on behalf of another person
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ULL Nursing 100 Chapter 2 - image of nursing
When patients seek health care in a ho…
State and national recruitment incenti…
Legislative efforts began in ___ with…
Nurse Reinvestment Act provided..
the RN
positively impacted the projected nursing shortage.
2002, Nurse Reinvestment Act
-Nursing scholarships... -public service announcements promoting…
When patients seek health care in a ho…
the RN
State and national recruitment incenti…
positively impacted the projected nursing shortage.
Nursing 200 Chapter 2 EBP and Research in Nursing
Evidence based practice is..
Competencies of the RN... (as told by…
Six Steps of EBP
Step 1 (Assess the need for a change i…
Clinical decision making based on the simultaneous use of the…
Utilizing current evidence based knowledge, participates in t…
Assess the need for a change in practice!... Locate the best evi…
In this step, the nurse identifies the source of data that in…
Evidence based practice is..
Clinical decision making based on the simultaneous use of the…
Competencies of the RN... (as told by…
Utilizing current evidence based knowledge, participates in t…
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Nursing 122 Chapter 2
Captain Maria Ortiz
Captain Jennifer Moreno
What were the effects from the nursing…
Nurse Reinvestment Act
clinic nurse manager; 1st casualty in Iraq
1st nurse to serve in the U.S. Army Special Operations Cultur…
- surpluses of nurses... - decreased opportunities for new grads
nursing scholarships... PSAs ... faculty loan cancellation programs…
Captain Maria Ortiz
clinic nurse manager; 1st casualty in Iraq
Captain Jennifer Moreno
1st nurse to serve in the U.S. Army Special Operations Cultur…
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Nursing Chapter 2
preintroductory phase
introductory phase
Working phase
Summary and closing phase
-review medical record... -prepare for interview
-introduce yourself to client... -describe purpose of interview…
-gain information about why they're there, past health histor…
-summarizes information from working phase... -validates problem…
preintroductory phase
-review medical record... -prepare for interview
introductory phase
-introduce yourself to client... -describe purpose of interview…
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Chapter 2 Nursing Process
The most correct definition of "critic…
What is critical thinking
How should nurses use critical thinkin…
What is a Critical Thinking Attitude
Purposeful, analytical thinking that results in a reasoned/in…
an active, organized, cognitive process for your thinking and…
Ask "relevant" questions... Be informed... Acknowledge your bias or…
1. Independent thinking- ability to think on your own... 2. Inte…
The most correct definition of "critic…
Purposeful, analytical thinking that results in a reasoned/in…
What is critical thinking
an active, organized, cognitive process for your thinking and…
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Nursing Concepts Chapter 2
2002: The Nurse Reinvestment Act
2010: The Patient Protection and Affor…
Huge Shortage
Antiquity Image of Nursing
provide nursing scholarships... public service announcements... pro…
increased student loan amounts... provided $ 50 million a yr to…
Nursing is supposed to increase more than 22%... projected to gr…
2 midwives in the Old Testament: ... 1. ... 2.... untrained servants,…
2002: The Nurse Reinvestment Act
provide nursing scholarships... public service announcements... pro…
2010: The Patient Protection and Affor…
increased student loan amounts... provided $ 50 million a yr to…
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 2
Healthcare delivery system
Emphasis on population wellness
health services pyramid
health services pyramid
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
from this various healthcare models have been generated
1. manages health instead of illness... 2. emphasis is on wellne…
Healthcare delivery system
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
Emphasis on population wellness
from this various healthcare models have been generated
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Nursing Chapter 2 Key Terms
Acute Illness
Adaptation
Asyptomatic
auntonomic
an illness that develops suddenly and resolves in a short time
adjustment in structure or habits
without symptoms
not subject to voluntary control
Acute Illness
an illness that develops suddenly and resolves in a short time
Adaptation
adjustment in structure or habits
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 2
Chronic illness
Acute illness
Terminal illness
Primary illness
Develops slowly over a long period and lasts throughout life
Develops suddenly and resolves in a short time
No cure available; ends in death
Develops without being caused by another
Chronic illness
Develops slowly over a long period and lasts throughout life
Acute illness
Develops suddenly and resolves in a short time
Chapter 2 for Nursing
Matter
Atom
Neutrons
Protons
-Has mass and occupies space... -92 naturally occurring elements…
Smallest particle exhibiting chemical properties of an element
Mass of one atomic mass unit (amu) ... *NO CHARGE
Mass of one amu... *POSITIVE CHARGE (+1)
Matter
-Has mass and occupies space... -92 naturally occurring elements…
Atom
Smallest particle exhibiting chemical properties of an element
Nursing Research Chapter 2
clinical question
complex hypothesis
dependent variable
directional hypothesis
.
.
.
.
clinical question
.
complex hypothesis
.
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Nursing Pharmacology Chapter 2
Additive effects
Adverse drug event
Adverse drug reaction
Agonist
drug interactions in which the effect of a combination of two…
any undesirable occurrence related to administering or failin…
any unexpected, unintended, undesired, or excessive response…
a drug that binds to and stimulates the activity of one or mo…
Additive effects
drug interactions in which the effect of a combination of two…
Adverse drug event
any undesirable occurrence related to administering or failin…
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Fundamental Nursing Skills and Concepts Chapter 2
disease
wholeness
health
Illness
Pathological process that causes illness
"heath" comes from a word that means "____________"?
a relative state in which one is able to function well physic…
Disease of the body or mind
disease
Pathological process that causes illness
wholeness
"heath" comes from a word that means "____________"?
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Nursing Informatics Chapter 2
Software
Operating System
Application program
Office suite
A system (as in operating system), utility, or application pr…
The most important program on a computer. (Manager of the ent…
A computer program designed for an end user such as a word pr…
A group of desktop application programs consisting of a word…
Software
A system (as in operating system), utility, or application pr…
Operating System
The most important program on a computer. (Manager of the ent…
Nursing Research: Chapter 2
Experiment
Quantitative Research
Descriptive Research
Correlational Research
Randomizing subjects into groups, collecting data, and conduc…
Formal, objective, rigorous, systematic process for generatin…
The exploration and description of phenomena in real-life sit…
Involves the systematic investigation of relationships betwee…
Experiment
Randomizing subjects into groups, collecting data, and conduc…
Quantitative Research
Formal, objective, rigorous, systematic process for generatin…
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Chapter 2 Nursing 111
Florence Nightingale
Hildegard Peplau
Virginia Henderson
Joyce Travelbee
Environmental Theory
Psychodynamic Nursing
14 components of Basic Nursing Care
Human to Human Relationship Model
Florence Nightingale
Environmental Theory
Hildegard Peplau
Psychodynamic Nursing
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Chapter 2 Critical thinking Nursing Process
Nursing involves
What is critical thinking?
Examples of critical thinking skills
What are critical-thinking attitudes?
Thingking, Doing & Caring
A combination of reasoned thinking, openness to alternatives,…
-Objectively gathering information on a problem... -Recognizing…
Your attitudes and character determine whether you will use y…
Nursing involves
Thingking, Doing & Caring
What is critical thinking?
A combination of reasoned thinking, openness to alternatives,…
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Chapter 2 - The Nursing Assistant
ABUSE
ASSAULT
BATTERY
BOUNDARY CROSSING
the intentional mistreatment or harm of another person
intentionally attempting or threatening to touch a person's b…
touching a person's body without his or her consent
a brief act or behavior outside of the helpful zone
ABUSE
the intentional mistreatment or harm of another person
ASSAULT
intentionally attempting or threatening to touch a person's b…
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Nursing: Chapter 2
abdominal cavity
abdominopelvic cavity
anatomical position
anatomy
cavity surrounded by the diaphraghm superiorly, the abdominal…
continuous cavity formed by the abdominal and pelvic cavity
standard position of the body for the purpose od study. The b…
the study of structures of the human body
abdominal cavity
cavity surrounded by the diaphraghm superiorly, the abdominal…
abdominopelvic cavity
continuous cavity formed by the abdominal and pelvic cavity
Nursing: Chapter 2
Define Critical Thinking
6 Critical thinking skills
What are 7 attitudes of a critical thi…
What are the steps in the nursing Proc…
A combination of: reasond thinking, openness to alternatives,…
Gathering information, evaluating credibility, listening, sep…
Independent thinking, Intellectual curiosity, intellectual hu…
Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning/interventions, Implementation…
Define Critical Thinking
A combination of: reasond thinking, openness to alternatives,…
6 Critical thinking skills
Gathering information, evaluating credibility, listening, sep…
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Nursing chapter 2
Nursing center improve residents quali…
Right to information
Right to privacy and confidentiality
Right to personal choice
What did OBRA establish?
Right to know their diagnoses, treatments, doctors info, etc.
Do not expose anything that does not need to be - no info sha…
Can choose own schedule and also their own doctor
Nursing center improve residents quali…
What did OBRA establish?
Right to information
Right to know their diagnoses, treatments, doctors info, etc.
Contemp Nursing - Chapter 2
Abraham Flexner
Profession
Lucie Kelly (1981)
Nursing's Social Policy Statement
Studied medical education, first real look at professionalism.
A vocation requiring advanced training, and its usually invol…
Educated in institutions of higher learning.
Framework for understanding nursing's relationship with socie…
Abraham Flexner
Studied medical education, first real look at professionalism.
Profession
A vocation requiring advanced training, and its usually invol…
Nursing, chapter 2
knowledge and caring
promotion of health
health
prevention of illness or injury
1.Science of nursing... 2.Art of nursing
developing attitudes and behaviors to improve or promote well…
"An experience that is often expressed in terms of wellness a…
interventions taken to keep illness or injury from occurring…
knowledge and caring
1.Science of nursing... 2.Art of nursing
promotion of health
developing attitudes and behaviors to improve or promote well…
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Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Evidence-Based Nursing Practice
Best, Clinical, Patient, Local
Research Utilization
Conduct and Utilization of Research in…
Archie Cochrane
Evidence-based decision making should integrate _________ res…
The use of findings from disciplined research in a practical…
The best-known of several early RU projects is the _________…
_________'s efforts led to the development of Cochrane Center…
Best, Clinical, Patient, Local
Evidence-based decision making should integrate _________ res…
Research Utilization
The use of findings from disciplined research in a practical…
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Chapter 2 Nursing
Abuse
Assault
Battery
DNR (do-not resuscitate)
causing physical, mental, emotional, or financial pain or inj…
the act of threatening to touch a person without his or her c…
touching a person without his or her consent
an order that tells medical professionals not to perform CPR
Abuse
causing physical, mental, emotional, or financial pain or inj…
Assault
the act of threatening to touch a person without his or her c…
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Chapter 2 Nursing Terms
dys-
somat/o
-genic
-gen
painful
body
producing
substance that produces
dys-
painful
somat/o
body
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Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 2
define applied research
define basic research
define concepet
define conceptual framework
research designed to directly influence clinical practice
research designed to generate and refine theory
abstract images or ideas that are formed as impressions from…
set of concepts along with the statements that arrange the co…
define applied research
research designed to directly influence clinical practice
define basic research
research designed to generate and refine theory
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