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Name the two things that nursing as a profession requires? Administer quality care, Be responsible and accountable
Name the 3 things that the nursing practice requires. ?Current knowledge and practice standards ?Insightful and compassionate approach ?Critical thinking
Name Benner's 5 stages of nursing proficiency: ? Novice
?Advanced beginner ? Competent
? Proficient
? Expert
Name the 6 standards for the ANA Nursing Practice. ?Assessment
?Outcomes identification ?Planning ?Implementation ?Evaluation
The ________ __________ is the foundation of clinical decision making Nursing Process
Name the 10 ANA standards of professional performance Ethics, quality of practice, professional practice evaluation, education, communication, resources, evidence-based practice and research, leadership, environmental health, collaboration
A _________ _______ _______ is the philosophical ideals of right and wrong that define principles used to provide care. Code of Ethics
It (is/is not) important for you to incorporate your own values and ethics into your practice. is
Professional roles include what six attributes Autonomy and accountability, caregiver, advocate, educator, communicator, and manager
1. Nursing is defined as a profession because nurses:
A. perform specific skills.
B. practice autonomy.
C. utilize knowledge from the medical discipline.
D. charge a fee for services rendered.
B. Practice Autonomy
Name the four types of advanced practice registered nurses. ?Clinical nurse specialist
?Certified nurse practitioner ?Certified nurse midwife
?Certified registered nurse anesthetist
Who ? First practicing epidemiologist
? Organized first school of nursing
? Improved sanitation in battlefield hospitals
? Practices remain a basic part of nursing today?
Florence Nightingale
_______ ________ ________ was the first nursing professor at Columbia Teacher’s College Mary Adelaide Nutting
Army and Navy Nurse Corps established in what century? Twentieth century
In the _________s nursing specialization began 1920s
2. Professional nursing specialty
organizations seek to:
A. improve standards of practice.
B. expand nursing roles.
C. improve the welfare of nurses in specialty areas.
D. all of the above.
D. all of the above
A ___________ is designed to explain a
phenomenon such as self-care
Name the 4 components of Theory ? Phenomenon ? Concepts
? Definitions
? Assumptions
protection, promotion, & optimization of health & abilities; prevention of illness & injury; alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis & treatment of human response, & the advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations. Nursing
________ includes independent nursing interventions that the nurse initiates without medical orders Autonomy
The _________ helps the patient maintain and regain health, manage disease and symptoms, and attain a maximal level of function and independence. caregiver
The ________ Protects patients' human and legal rights and provides assistance in asserting these rights. advocate
The ___________ explains, demonstrates, reinforces, and evaluates the patient's progress in learning Educator
The __________ is central to the nurse-patient relationship communicator
The _____________ has personnel, policy, and budgetary responsibility for a specific nursing unit. manager
A _________ ________ __________ is an expert clinician in a specialized area of practice. Clinical nurse specialist (CNS)
A _______ ______ detects and manages self-limiting acute and chronic stable medical conditions. Nurse practitioner
A ________ _________ _________ Involves the independent care for women in normal pregnancy, labor, and delivery and care of newborns. Certified Nurse-Midwife
A _________ ___________ __________ __________ Provides surgical anesthesia Certified registered nurse anesthetist
A __________ ___________ Works primarily in schools of nursing and staff development nurse educator
A __________ ___________ manages patient care and the delivery of specific nursing services within a health care agency Nursing administrator
A ________ _____________ Investigates problems to improve nursing care and to expand the scope of nursing practice Nurse researcher
How did florence nightingale see the role of the nurse in the early 1800s? as having "charge of somebody's health" based on the knowledge of "how to put the body in such a state to be free of disease or to recover from disease.
______ _________ and __________ __________ Opened the Henry Street Settlement, focusing on the health needs of the poor Lillian Wald and Mary Brewster
_______ __________ was the founder of the American Red Cross Clara Barton
________ ___________ __________ was instrumental in moving nursing education into universities Mary Adelaide Nutting
_________ ____________ was the first professionally trained African-American nurse Mary Mahoney
What are the 5 external forces that have affected nursing practice in the 21st century? Nurse's self care, Affordable Care Act and rising health care costs, demographic changes of the population, human rights, increasing numbers of medically underserved.
_________ ___________ is when an individual becomes burnt out from giving a high level of energy and compassion over a prolonged period to suffering individuals. Compassion fatigue
What are the 6 competencies of the QSEN (quality and safety education for nurses) initiative? Patient centered care, teamwork and collaboration, evidence-based practice, quality improvement, safety, and informatics
_____________ is the study of all of the genes in a person and how these genes interact with one another as well as the environment genomics
an ________ ____________ emphasizes advanced knowledge in basic sciences and research-based clinical courses. Associate's degree
A ________ ___________ is a 4-year program and includes social sciences, arts, and humanities Baccalaureate degree
A ________ __________ Emphasizes research-based clinical practice. Master's degree
A _________ _______ _____________ includes rigorous research and theory development. Doctor of philosophy
A _________ ________ ________ ________ is a practice-focused doctorate Doctor of Nursing Practice
______ ____________ _____________ Instruction or training provided by health care agencies in-service education
_________ ____________ is formal, organized educational programs offered by various institutions. Continuing education
What is the purpose of nurse practicing acts? 1. regulate the scope of nursing practice, 2. protect public health, safety, and welfare. 3. shield the public from unqualified and unsafe nurses.
The NCLEX-RN (examination for RN licensure) provides what? a minimum knowledge base for nurses
_______ __________ __________ seek to improve the standards of practice, expand nursing roles, and foster the welfare of nurses within the specialty areas. Professional Nursing Organizations
.T he factor that best advanced the practice of nursing in the twenty-first century was:
1. Growth of cities 2. Teachings of Christianity 3. Better education of nurses 4. Improved conditions for women
3. Better education of nurses
A group that lobbies at the state and federal levels for advancement of nurses’ role, economic interests, and health care is the: American Nurses Association
.Graduate nurses must pass a licensure examination administered by the: 1.State Boards of Nursing 2.National League for Nursing 3.Accredited school of nursing 4.American Nurses Association 1. State Boards of Nursing
_________ __________ are a conceptualization of some aspect of nursing communicated for the purpose of describing, explaining, predicting, or prescribing nursing care Nursing Theories
A ________ includes concepts, definitions, and assumptions or propositions Theory
A ___________ is a Label given to describe an idea about an event or group of situations phenomenon
_________ are ideas and mental images. Concepts
___________ Define a particular concept based on the theorist’s perspective Definitions
____________ are “Taken for granted” statement Assumptions
______ ___________ are the structural framework for broad, abstract ideas about nursing Grand theories
_______ _______ ________ are more limited in scope and less abstract Middle-range theories
__________ _________ Describe phenomena and identify circumstances in which the phenomena occurs descriptive theories
_________ __________ address nursing interventions for a phenomenon, guide practice change, and predict consequences Prescriptive theories
A _________ is the perspective of a profession. domain
A ___________ Links science, philosophy, and theories accepted and applied by the discipline pardigm
The ________ ________ Provides a way to organize major concepts and visualize the relationship conceptual framework
The ____________ ____________ is what nursing is, what it does, and what we do Nursing meta-paradigm
A ___________ is the recipient of nursing care. Person
The _________ includes All possible conditions affecting the patient and the setting of health care delivery environment
__________ is the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to actual or potential health problems nursing
A _______ _________ explains a phenomenon specific to the discipline that developed the theory. Shared Theory
________ is data or information that results from a patient's assessment. input
_________ is the end product of a system; whether patient's health status improves, declines, or remains stable. Output
___________ serves to inform a system about how is functions feedback
__________ is the product and information obtained from the system content
Nightingale's theory The patient’s environment was the focus of nursing care
Peplau's theory Nurse–patient relationship
Henderson's theory Help patient perform 14 basic needs through physiological, psychological, sociocultural, spiritual, and developmental domains
Benner's theory Five stages of skill acquisition of nurses
Orem's theory Patient’s self-care needs
Leininger's theory Culturally specific nursing care
Roy's theory The goal is to help the patient adapt to various domains
Watson's theory Philosophy of transpersonal caring
_________ __________ uses logic to explore relationships among phenomena Theory generating
______ _________ determines how accurately a theory describes a nursing phenomenon theory testing
Nursing metaparadigm includes the following linkages: 1. Person 2. Health 3. Environment or situation 4. All of the above 4. all of the above