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A nursing unit is changing the method of input for vital signs of patients into their health records. The unit initially used paper records in which nurses...
After deciding to utilize evidence-based practice for changing practice standards, a nurse looks up information using CINAHL. Which of the following statements...
A nurse who works in a unit who practices shared governance has joined the quality assurance committee. Which of the following activities would most likely be...
A nurse has decided to apply for a new job as a quality assurance nurse in a local healthcare center. Based on the nurse’s knowledge of this job, the nurse...
Which of the following attributes must be considered when choosing the right person for delegation, under the five rights of delegation? Select all that apply....
Which of the following are attributes of transactional leadership? Select all that apply....
Which of the following best describes a barrier to an appropriate patient handoff within the healthcare facility? Select all that apply....
Which of the following is an example of staff development? Select all that apply....
Which of the following is an example of an act of omission by the nurse in which a patient would be harmed? Select all that apply....
A nurse is coordinating the transfer of care for a client from the hospital to the rehabilitation facility. Which of the following has been shown to be a...
Which best describes the nurse’s role while working on the interdisciplinary team? Select all that apply....
A nurse is working on an interdisciplinary team in which the patient is involved as part of his care. After the team meeting, the patient asks the nurse who...
A nurse has taken over a new position as manager of a clinical health unit. The nurse wants to foster team building with the staff nurses on the unit. Which...
A patient complains that the nurse on the previous shift was rude and did not listen to him. While talking with the patient, the nurse explains the patients...
A nurse who manages a long-term care facility serves as a leader by constantly staying involved with staff and walking around the facility all day to stay...
A staff nurse describes her nurse manager as a Laissez-faire leader. Which characteristics best describe this type of nurse leader? Select all that apply....
Which of the following describes servant leadership of the nurse as developed by Robert Greenleaf? Select all that apply....
Which of the following would describe a time when a nurse would need to be a patients advocate? Select all that apply....
A nurse is caring for a patient who is being transferred to another hospital that has more equipment and resources for his complicated level of care. What are...
The staff of a long-term care facility are devising methods that will improve their continuity of care of all residents. What measures would most likely uphold...