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66 terms
Intro to Prof Nursing
What does ANA stand for?
What is the role of the ANA?
What does NLN stand for?
What is the role of the NLN?
American Nurses Association
to establish a code of professional nursing and advance the n…
The National League for Nursing
to establish standards for practice and education as well as…
What does ANA stand for?
American Nurses Association
What is the role of the ANA?
to establish a code of professional nursing and advance the n…
56 terms
Intro to Prof nursing Final
Nursing process
Assessment (nursing process)
Diagnose (analyze)
Plan
Steps: assessment, diagnose, plan, implement, evaluate... Benefi…
First step of the nursing process... Objective & subjective data
Second step of the nursing process... Identify the problem
Third step of the nursing process... Recommendations in response…
Nursing process
Steps: assessment, diagnose, plan, implement, evaluate... Benefi…
Assessment (nursing process)
First step of the nursing process... Objective & subjective data
Intro to Prof Nursing Midterm
nursing
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Harriet Tubman
dx and rx of human response to actual/potential health problems
founder of modern nursing, nutrition and enviro, 1st nurse ad…
volunteered in Civil War, founded Am Red Cross
cared for Union soldiers in Civil War
nursing
dx and rx of human response to actual/potential health problems
Florence Nightingale
founder of modern nursing, nutrition and enviro, 1st nurse ad…
116 terms
Prof Nursing Test 2
joint commission
joint commission
hildegard peplau
communication
Who reports that communication failures is the leading root c…
who reports SECOND most frequently cited root cause for opera…
Pioneer in Nursing Theory Development ... Originated the term…
the means to establish helping-trust relationships.... "Therape…
joint commission
Who reports that communication failures is the leading root c…
joint commission
who reports SECOND most frequently cited root cause for opera…
15 terms
Intro to Prof. Nursing Chapter 10
Examples of Marginalized Populations
Poverty
Range of attitudes toward culturally d…
Environmental control
Gays, lesbians, older adults, recently arrived immigrants
Higher rates of poverty in families with ethnically diverse b…
Hate, contempt, tolerance, respect, celebration
Ability of members of a particular culture to control nature…
Examples of Marginalized Populations
Gays, lesbians, older adults, recently arrived immigrants
Poverty
Higher rates of poverty in families with ethnically diverse b…
Intro to Prof Nursing
Florence Nightingale accomplishments:
Isabelle Hampton Robb did what?
Lillian Wald
Mary Eliza Mahoney
• First nursing school... • First nurse researcher... • First nurse…
First university school of nursing and also resulted in a gra…
First Public Health Nurse. Focused on immigrants
First black nurse
Florence Nightingale accomplishments:
• First nursing school... • First nurse researcher... • First nurse…
Isabelle Hampton Robb did what?
First university school of nursing and also resulted in a gra…
39 terms
Med Terminology - Intro to Prof Nursing
carpals (wrist bone)
clavicle (collarbone)
rib
cranium (skull)
caro/o
clavic/o, clavicul/o
cost/o
crani/o
carpals (wrist bone)
caro/o
clavicle (collarbone)
clavic/o, clavicul/o
prof nursing
1. The patient is confused about what…
2. One of the patients in a 4 bed room…
3. A patient presents for emergency ca…
4. The patient tells you they are not…
c. right to be fully informed
d. Right to support
d. all of the above
d. to inform them of their rights and explain how to make a c…
1. The patient is confused about what…
c. right to be fully informed
2. One of the patients in a 4 bed room…
d. Right to support
20 terms
introduction to prof.communications
Professional
public relations
advertising
marketing
a courteous, conscientious and generally business like manner…
establishing and maintaining a relationship between an organi…
a paid communication which attempts to influence opinion
process of planning,pricing,promoting,selling,and distributin…
Professional
a courteous, conscientious and generally business like manner…
public relations
establishing and maintaining a relationship between an organi…
82 terms
Intro to Prof. Nursing-Respiratory System
andeoid/o
alveolo/o
bronchi/o, bronch/o
diaphragmat/o
adenoids
alveolus
bronchus
diaphragm
andeoid/o
adenoids
alveolo/o
alveolus
introduction to prof.communications
Professional
public relations
advertising
marketing
a courteous, conscientious and generally business like manner…
establishing and maintaining a relationship between an organi…
a paid communication which attempts to influence opinion
process of planning,pricing,promoting,selling,and distributin…
Professional
a courteous, conscientious and generally business like manner…
public relations
establishing and maintaining a relationship between an organi…
98 terms
Prof. Issues in Nursing - Final
Justice
Beneficence
Autonomy
Fidelity
An ethical principle stating that equals should be the same.
The ethical principle of doing good
Self determination. Control over one's own professional pract…
An ethical principle that values faithfulness to one's respon…
Justice
An ethical principle stating that equals should be the same.
Beneficence
The ethical principle of doing good
62 terms
Intro. to Prof. Nursing- Clinical Judgment
Independence, Fair-mindedness, aware o…
Independence
Fair-mindedness
Aware of self-limits
Attitudes of critical thinkers (6)
you do your own thinking; you are objective, honest, and open…
we are neutral on judgments; we consider opposing views; we a…
be aware of own limits in knowledge and experience;... willing t…
Independence, Fair-mindedness, aware o…
Attitudes of critical thinkers (6)
Independence
you do your own thinking; you are objective, honest, and open…
130 terms
Intro. to Prof. Nursing Final
What is nursing informatics?
general advantages of informatics
informatics support
smart technology
a combination of nursing science, computer science, and infor…
different forms of informatics promote quality, efficiency, a…
direct patient care... evidence-based practice... safety and qualit…
pumps, monitors, and other devices that can improve the effic…
What is nursing informatics?
a combination of nursing science, computer science, and infor…
general advantages of informatics
different forms of informatics promote quality, efficiency, a…
Intro to Prof Nursing Quiz 2-end
safety
risk
swiss cheese model
The Joint Commision
avoidance of/protection from actual/potential physical/psycho…
potential for harm, identify risks -> can prevent harm
potential problems line up and accidents happen, latent failu…
accrediting body, create national patient safety goals (NPSGs…
safety
avoidance of/protection from actual/potential physical/psycho…
risk
potential for harm, identify risks -> can prevent harm
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Intro to Prof. Nursing Med. Term: Quiz 1
Cephalic
Caudal
Anterior/ventral
Posterior/dorsal
Toward top of body
Toward lower end of body
Toward front of body
Toward back of body
Cephalic
Toward top of body
Caudal
Toward lower end of body
Intro to Prof. Nursing Module B Exam
critical thinking
change, risks
dichotomus
umbrella term
generates & examines questions & problems, uses intuition, ex…
Critical Thinking:... Awareness of ___________ & willingness to…
critical thinking avoids this (good or bad, black or white th…
critical thinking is deemed an _____________ ____________ bec…
critical thinking
generates & examines questions & problems, uses intuition, ex…
change, risks
Critical Thinking:... Awareness of ___________ & willingness to…
Intro to Prof. Nursing Module A Exam
professionalism
Florence Nightingale
Dorthea Dix
Clara Barton
the application of ideal qualities of an individual within a…
o "Mother" of modern nursing... o Calling from God to nursing... o…
o Author, teacher, & reformer... o Worked on behalf of the menta…
o School teacher in male-dominant field... o One of the first wo…
professionalism
the application of ideal qualities of an individual within a…
Florence Nightingale
o "Mother" of modern nursing... o Calling from God to nursing... o…
Introduction to Nursing
Nursing is
Florence Nightingale
Current trends in Nursing
Aims of Nursing
an art,science and profession
established nursing as a respected profession... improved the qu…
Nursing Shortage... Evidence Based Practice... Community Nursing... De…
to promote health... to prevent illness... to restore health... to fac…
Nursing is
an art,science and profession
Florence Nightingale
established nursing as a respected profession... improved the qu…
intro to prof. nursing
Nurse and social activist who founded…
A comprehensive 1997 study of nursing…
Due to her nursing work in the Crimean…
The boundaries of a practice professio…
Lillian Wald
Woodhull Study on Nursing and the Media (1997) concluded that…
Florence Nightingale
...
Nurse and social activist who founded…
Lillian Wald
A comprehensive 1997 study of nursing…
Woodhull Study on Nursing and the Media (1997) concluded that…
44 terms
Introduction to Nursing
The protection, promotion, and optimiz…
Known as the founder of modern nursing…
"America's first trained nurse"
Formed the American Red Cross.
Nursing
Florence Nightingale
Linda Richards
Clara Barton
The protection, promotion, and optimiz…
Nursing
Known as the founder of modern nursing…
Florence Nightingale
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Intro to Prof Nursing Chapter Rat 2
Hildegard Peplau
therapeutic use of self
• Three phases of nursing patients' re…
nurse-patient relationship
which nursing theorist dealt with the therapeutic use of self?
the use of one's personality and communication skills to help…
1) Orientation phase. ... 2) The working phase.... 3) The terminati…
a therapeutic relationship that is established between the nu…
Hildegard Peplau
which nursing theorist dealt with the therapeutic use of self?
therapeutic use of self
the use of one's personality and communication skills to help…
31 terms
Intro Prof Nursing - Week 2 Key Terms
Frontier Nursing Service (FNS
American Assembly for Men in Nursing (…
Cadet Nurse Corps
Florence Nightingale
> Mary Breckenridge founded... > healthcare services to very rur…
A social organization for men in the nursing profession
Nurses that served in wars
the founder of nursing profession... > she served men in the mil…
Frontier Nursing Service (FNS
> Mary Breckenridge founded... > healthcare services to very rur…
American Assembly for Men in Nursing (…
A social organization for men in the nursing profession
84 terms
Prof. Nursing Exam 1
Nursing Process
Prevention
Publicly Funded Healthcare
Privately Funded
1. Assess 2. Diagnose 3. Plan 4. Implement 5. Evaluate/Reasses
actions to prevent or minimalize effects Primary prevention -…
Medicare, Medicaid
PPO,EPO, MCO
Nursing Process
1. Assess 2. Diagnose 3. Plan 4. Implement 5. Evaluate/Reasses
Prevention
actions to prevent or minimalize effects Primary prevention -…
40 terms
Intro to Prof Nursing
dyspnea
tachypnea
Ways to measure temperature:
Normal body temperature range:
difficult or labored breathing; shortness of breath
abnormally rapid breathing; greater than 20 breaths/min
1. oral... 2. rectal... 3. tympanic... 4. axillary... 5. temporal
96.4 F to 99.5 F
dyspnea
difficult or labored breathing; shortness of breath
tachypnea
abnormally rapid breathing; greater than 20 breaths/min
20 terms
Intro to Prof. Nursing
ancient greece
ancient romans
babylonians
nurse originated from
focus on appeasing gods. hippocrates: treating whole client-m…
advanced medicine and pharmacology. clean water. sewage dispo…
astrology. special diets, massage therapy, and rest to drive…
"nurture" or "nourish"
ancient greece
focus on appeasing gods. hippocrates: treating whole client-m…
ancient romans
advanced medicine and pharmacology. clean water. sewage dispo…
Intro to prof nursing
Pre-Christian
Religious orders (400AD ?)
Crusades/knights (1095-1500)
Crusades (Military)
Nursing done by family members/women at home; illness part of…
Nursing done by monks, nuns; religious calling, sacrifice; ap…
First organized, professional nurses; men who served as soldi…
Establishment of military order, unforms
Pre-Christian
Nursing done by family members/women at home; illness part of…
Religious orders (400AD ?)
Nursing done by monks, nuns; religious calling, sacrifice; ap…
11 terms
Intro to Prof Nursing- Nursing Theories
Nightingale's Environmental
- Watson's Theory of Human Caring
- Roger's Science of Unitary Human Bei…
- Oren's Self-care Deficit Theory
- Ensure good ventilation... - Open blinds... - Create sanitary con…
- Caring is viewed as a key factor in the nurse pt relationsh…
- Symphonic interaction between the environment and person... -…
- Health as a state of wholeness... - Mind, body, spirit... - Peopl…
Nightingale's Environmental
- Ensure good ventilation... - Open blinds... - Create sanitary con…
- Watson's Theory of Human Caring
- Caring is viewed as a key factor in the nurse pt relationsh…
94 terms
Member of Prof. Nursing 1
Primary Theories During the Classical…
Hippocrates
Plato
Humoral Theory
Demon caused the illness... Disease was divine punishment from G…
father of medicine; sickness was a natural phenomenon
recreation, balanced body and mind, nutrition and exercise
body composed of varying quantities of:... Fire... Air... Earth... Water
Primary Theories During the Classical…
Demon caused the illness... Disease was divine punishment from G…
Hippocrates
father of medicine; sickness was a natural phenomenon
28 terms
Introduction to Nursing
The Mother
The Greek Culture
Florence Nightingale
Nurse
In the beginning who took care of the family in history.
This culture viewed illness as a result of sin and God. God d…
This nurse identified patient's needs, established nursing as…
This is someone who helps protect the public and is prepared…
The Mother
In the beginning who took care of the family in history.
The Greek Culture
This culture viewed illness as a result of sin and God. God d…
21 terms
intro to prof nursing midterm
autonomy
beneficence
justice
veracity
focuses on the patient's rights to make a decisions about mat…
relates to doing something good and caring for the patient
treating people fairly
truthfulness to the patient
autonomy
focuses on the patient's rights to make a decisions about mat…
beneficence
relates to doing something good and caring for the patient
Cont. prof. Nursing
1st three schools in us known for nigh…
1st 6 month training in hospital
Status used after training
Trained nurses couldn't get hospital j…
Boston, Ny, and Ct (london was start)
Womens hospital in philly
Trained nurses
Privste duty nurses
1st three schools in us known for nigh…
Boston, Ny, and Ct (london was start)
1st 6 month training in hospital
Womens hospital in philly
56 terms
Into to Prof. Nursing-integumentary system
cutane/o, derm/o, dermat/o
hidr/o
kerat/o
onych/o, ungu/o
skin
sweat
horny tissue, hard
nail
cutane/o, derm/o, dermat/o
skin
hidr/o
sweat
Introduction to Nursing
American Nurses Association
National League for Nursing (NLN)
International Council of Nurses (ICN)
National Student Nurses Association
a professional organization to advance and protect the profes…
a national organization for faculty nurses and leaders in nur…
is a federation of more than 130 national nurses associations…
a nonprofit organization for students enrolled in associate,…
American Nurses Association
a professional organization to advance and protect the profes…
National League for Nursing (NLN)
a national organization for faculty nurses and leaders in nur…
47 terms
Intro to Prof Nursing Final
Government Agencies
State Agencies
Local Agencies
Voluntary Agencies
(Public) Focus on the health of all U.S. citizens; promote an…
(Public) Oversee programs that affect the health of citizens…
(Public) Serve one community, one county, or a few adjacent c…
(Private) Work to promote or restore health through private d…
Government Agencies
(Public) Focus on the health of all U.S. citizens; promote an…
State Agencies
(Public) Oversee programs that affect the health of citizens…
363 terms
Intro to Prof. Nursing Final
Chapter One: How Nurses Think
Common Images of Nurses
Florence Nightingale contributed to __…
Clara Barton
...
•Angel of Mercy... •Handmaiden... •Battle-ax... •Naughty Nurse... •Milita…
public health and epidemiology (study of the distribution and…
•lay nurse... •provided care in tents set up close to the fighti…
Chapter One: How Nurses Think
...
Common Images of Nurses
•Angel of Mercy... •Handmaiden... •Battle-ax... •Naughty Nurse... •Milita…
7 terms
Intro to Prof. Nursing-Midterm
ANA (American Nurses Association)
NLN (National League for Nursing)
NSNA (National Student Nurses Associat…
time-lapsed assessment
involved in public education, clinical nursing standards, and…
open to all people interested in nursing, primary source of r…
national org for students enrolled in nursing programs
compares a patient's current status to baseline data obtained…
ANA (American Nurses Association)
involved in public education, clinical nursing standards, and…
NLN (National League for Nursing)
open to all people interested in nursing, primary source of r…
Intro. to Prof. Nursing Final
Florence Knightingale's Role in Nursin…
Hypothesis
Protection of human subjects
Error
-"mother of modern nursing" ... -statistician -- nursing outcome…
formal statement of the expected relationships between two or…
protection from discomfort or harm
failure of a planned action to complete as intended or use of…
Florence Knightingale's Role in Nursin…
-"mother of modern nursing" ... -statistician -- nursing outcome…
Hypothesis
formal statement of the expected relationships between two or…
Intro to prof nursing final
Clinical judgment
reflective thinking
Why define nursing?
Phases of nursing
observing, comparing, contrasting, and evaluating the client'…
involves collecting and analyzing information and carefully c…
-helps the public understand the value of nursing... -helps diff…
1. Novice ... 2. Advanced Beginner ... 3. competent ... 4. proficient…
Clinical judgment
observing, comparing, contrasting, and evaluating the client'…
reflective thinking
involves collecting and analyzing information and carefully c…
51 terms
Prof nursing drugs
Benzodiazepines
Benzo-receptor-like agents
Melatonim-receptor agonist
Trazadone
For insomnia. Long half life causes daytime sleepiness, rebou…
For insomnia. Shorter half-life helps induce sleep quickly, f…
For insomnia. Does not cause dependence.
Antidepressant that has sedative properties, use with caution…
Benzodiazepines
For insomnia. Long half life causes daytime sleepiness, rebou…
Benzo-receptor-like agents
For insomnia. Shorter half-life helps induce sleep quickly, f…
Member of Prof. Nursing 1
Primary Theories During the Classical…
Hippocrates
Plato
Humoral Theory
Demon caused the illness... Disease was divine punishment from G…
father of medicine; sickness was a natural phenomenon
recreation, balanced body and mind, nutrition and exercise
body composed of varying quantities of:... Fire... Air... Earth... Water
Primary Theories During the Classical…
Demon caused the illness... Disease was divine punishment from G…
Hippocrates
father of medicine; sickness was a natural phenomenon
98 terms
Prof. Issues in Nursing - Final
Justice
Beneficence
Autonomy
Fidelity
An ethical principle stating that equals should be the same.
The ethical principle of doing good
Self determination. Control over one's own professional pract…
An ethical principle that values faithfulness to one's respon…
Justice
An ethical principle stating that equals should be the same.
Beneficence
The ethical principle of doing good
Introduction to Nursing
ATT
Abn
ABG
ac
activity as Tolerated
Abnormal
Arterial blood gas
Before meals
ATT
activity as Tolerated
Abn
Abnormal
58 terms
prof. issues in nursing #final
Cultural competence
Ethnocentrism
Trans cultural nursing
ANA
Defined by the U.S. Office of Minority Health as "services th…
A person who is ethnocentrism ... believes his or her beliefs an…
Dr. Madeline Leininger - founder of transcultural nursing... Def…
A professional organization the addresses ethics, clinical st…
Cultural competence
Defined by the U.S. Office of Minority Health as "services th…
Ethnocentrism
A person who is ethnocentrism ... believes his or her beliefs an…
106 terms
Introduction to Nursing
Who is considered the center of the nu…
Founder of the american red cross
Helped create mental asylums to care f…
Helped lead over 300 slaves to freedom…
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton
Dorthea Dix
Harriet Tubman
Who is considered the center of the nu…
Florence Nightingale
Founder of the american red cross
Clara Barton
introduction to Prof Comm-Dustin Smith
professional
advertising
deliberative listening
appreciaive listening
a courteous, conscientious and generally businesslike manner…
a paid communication which attempts to influence opinion
the receiver hears only the content and not the feeling of a…
listening for pleasure or recreation
professional
a courteous, conscientious and generally businesslike manner…
advertising
a paid communication which attempts to influence opinion
16 terms
Ch 10 Prof Nursing
Cognitive processes
Metacognitive processes
Implementing care skills
Determining the need for Assistance
Thinking processes based on the knowledge of aspects of clien…
Reflective thinking and awareness of the skills learned by th…
Reassessing the client, determining the nurses need for assis…
Nurse is unable to implement the nursing activity safely, ass…
Cognitive processes
Thinking processes based on the knowledge of aspects of clien…
Metacognitive processes
Reflective thinking and awareness of the skills learned by th…
Member of Prof. Nursing Final
Ethics
Morals
Bioethics
Ethical Concepts
study of human behavior and ideal ways of being... process orien…
specific beliefs, behaviors, and ways of being based on perso…
application of ethical theories and principles to issues in h…
Rights... Standard of Best Interest... Paternalism
Ethics
study of human behavior and ideal ways of being... process orien…
Morals
specific beliefs, behaviors, and ways of being based on perso…
40 terms
Intro to Prof. Nursing Module B- Caregiving
caring
heart
universal
health
Generally defined as "to feel interest or concern"
caring is The __ of nursing
caring is a __ phenomenon
Caring is one of the most critical factors in helping to main…
caring
Generally defined as "to feel interest or concern"
heart
caring is The __ of nursing
16 terms
Introduction to Nursing
Florence Nightingale
Dorthea Dix
Clara Barton
Lavina Dock
The Mother of Nursing - defined nursing as an art and a science
Coordinated nurses for the civil war, pioneered treatment of…
Care for soldiers in the civil war, established the Red Cross
Nursing leader and women's right activist - gaining women the…
Florence Nightingale
The Mother of Nursing - defined nursing as an art and a science
Dorthea Dix
Coordinated nurses for the civil war, pioneered treatment of…
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