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Nurse, Person, Environment, Cure C. Promotive, Preventive, Curative, Rehabilitative D. Person, Environment, Nursing, Health
2. The act of utilizing the environment of the patient to assist him in his recovery is theorized by A. Nightingale B. Benner C. Swanson D. King
3. For her, Nursing is a theoretical system of knowledge that prescribes a process of analysis and action related to care of the ill person A. King B. Henderson C. Roy D. Leininger
4. According to her, Nursing is a helping or assisting profession to persons who are wholly or partly dependent or when those who are supposedly caring for them are no longer able to give care. A. Henderson B. Orem C. Swanson
Caring is the essence and central unifying. which are intra. Abdellah C. sick or well. Leininger D. Nursing is a unique profession.D. Concerned with all the variables affecting an individual’s response to stressors. Neuman B. A. The unique function of the nurse is to assist the individual. Parse 6. Watson D. Johnson C. and do this in such a way as to help him gain independence as rapidly as possible. A. A. Peplau 7. Care is an essential human need. in the performance of those activities contributing to health that he would perform unaided if he has the necessary strength. will and knowledge. Henderson B. inter and extra personal in nature. Benner B. Levin D. Watson C. a dominant domain that distinguishes nursing from other health disciplines. Swanson . Neuman 5.
ENABLING and MAINTAINING BELIEF. it is communicated through the consciousness of the nurse to the individual being cared for. It is an inherent feature of nursing practice. Swanson 11. Caring creates responsibility. It helps the nurse assist clients to recover in the face of the illness. A. Watson C.8. Swanson 9. Which of the following is NOT TRUE about profession according to Marie Jahoda? . KNOWING. Caring involves 5 processes. DOING FOR. events. Caring means that person. A. Watson C. Benner B. Leininger D. Swanson 10. Benner B. It allows access to higher human spirit. Leininger D. projects and things matter to people. A. It reveals stress and coping options. Benner B. Caring is healing. Leininger D. BEING WITH. Watson C.
Quality of work is of greater importance than the rewards 12. Personality C. A profession is an organization of an occupational group based on the application of special knowledge B. Which of the following is NOT an attribute of a professional? A. Charm D. Autonomy 14. Concerned with quantity B.A. This is the distinctive individual qualities that differentiate a person to anotherr A. Education B. Character . Philosophy B. Theory C. Caring D. Independent 13. Self directed C. It serves specific interest of a group C. It is altruistic D. Committed to spirit of inquiry D. The most unique characteristic of nursing as a profession is A.
Use accurate nursing audit. IM for a client with pancreatitis. Coordinates the activities of other members of the health team in managing patient care D. Which role best fit that statement? A. Determine client’s need B. Change agent B. Case manager . Provide direct nursing care C.15. Client advocate C. As a nurse manager. What best describes nurses as a care provider? A. Personality C. Provide in service education programs. The nurse questions a doctors order of Morphine sulfate 50 mg. Initiate modification on client’s lifestyle B. Protect client’s right C. Refers to the moral values and beliefs that are used as guides to personal behavior and actions A. formulate philosophy and vision of the institution 17. Works in combined effort with all those involved in patient’s care 18. Philosophy B. Character 16. Charm D. which of the following best describes this function? A. Help client recognize and cope with stressful psychological situation D.
These are nursing intervention that requires knowledge. Primary nursing D. This is the best patient care model when there are many nurses but few patients. Functional nursing B. Total patient care 22. Team nursing C. Team nursing . What type of patient care model is the most common for student nurses and private duty nurses? A. Collaborator 19. Team nursing C. Functional nursing B. A. Interdependent D. Case management 21. Independent C. skills and expertise of multiple health professionals. Dependent B.D. Total patient care B. Primary Nursing D. A. This patient care model works best when there are plenty of patient but few nurses A. Intradependent 20.
RN assumes 24 hour responsibility for the client to maintain continuity of care across shifts. Henderson B. Total patient care 23. Parse D. A. Functional nursing B. Nightingale C. days or visits. Levin . She introduces the NATURE OF NURSING MODEL. Total patient care 24. Primary nursing D. Primary nursing D. Who developed the first theory of nursing? A.C. A. Hammurabi B. Team nursing C. Nightingale 25. Fabiola D. Alexander C. A. Orlando 26. She described the four conservation principle.
Tomlin. Proposed the HEALTH CARE SYSTEM MODEL. A. Developed the CLINICAL NURSING – A HELPING ART MODEL A. Orlando D. Johnson C. Conceptualized the BEHAVIORAL SYSTEM MODEL A. Hall C. Leininger C. Orem C. Henderson B. Parse D. Zderad 30. Parse 27. Henderson D. Erickson. Weidenbach D.Swain . Parse 29. Developed the ROLE MODELING and MODELING theory A. Orem B. Neuman 28.B. Swanson B.
Proposed the GRAND THEORY OF NURSING AS CARING A. Erickson. Boykin. Peterson. He proposed the theory of morality based on PRINCIPLES A.B. Kohlberg D. Bnner. Freud . Neuman C. Peters 34.Wrubel D.Zderad C. Benner and Wrubel 31. Travelbee B. Zderad D. Erikson C. Newman D. Peplau 33. Tomlin. Swanson C. Swain B. He proposed the theory of morality that is based on MUTUAL TRUST A.Schoenhofer 32. Postulated the INTERPERSONAL ASPECT OF NURSING A. Freud B.
Zderad and Peterson B. St. He developed four theories of faith and development based on his experience. Giligan B. A. Miss rose nicolet. He described the development of faith. Identification D. Introjection C. Schulman and Mekler 37. Established in 1906 by the Baptist foreign mission society of America. A. Erikson C. A. St. Peters 35. Westerhoff C. Faith according to him. St. He suggested that faith is a spiritual dimension that gives meaning to a persons life. Fowler D. Fowler D. Anastacia Giron-Tupas was the first Filipino nurse to occupy the position of chief nurse in this hospital. Freud 39. Westerhoff C. Kohlberg D. Postulated that FAITH is the way of behaving. Paul Hospital School of nursing B.B. Benner and Wrubel C. A. Fowler and Westerhoff D. Giligan B. Iloilo Mission Hospital School of nursing C. Luke’s Hospital School of nursing 40. is a relational phenomenon. Paul . Philippine General Hospital School of nursing D. was it’s first superintendent. According to them. Freud 38. Freud postulated that child adopts parental standards and traits through A. Morality is measured of how people treat human being and that a moral child strives to be kind and just A. Regression 36. Imitation B.
A. Allows input D. Nightingale D.Hospital B. Apprentice period B. According to the Biopsychosocial and spiritual theory of Sister Callista Roy. Neuman D. Francis of Assisi A. She theorized that man is composed of sub and supra systems. information 54. This period marked the religious upheaval of Luther. Subsystems are cells. In a CLOSED system. Hippocrates C. Educative period 47. Babylonia 45. St. Abraham B. Contemporary period D. This period ended when Pastor Fliedner. Willam Halstead 44. as an Open system is in constant interaction and transaction with a changing environment. organs and systems while the suprasystems are family. The country where SHUSHURUTU originated A. Clara louise Maas B. As a SOCIAL being is A. Apprentice period B. Elizabeth B. She conceptualized that man. India D. Johnson 55. Catherine B. Dark period B. Dark period C. Newman 53. Man. A. They put girls clothes on male infants to drive evil forces away A. Pearl Tucker C. A. In what period of nursing does people believe in TREPHINING to drive evil forces away? A. Rogers C. Sairey Gamp 42. Dark period C. builds hospitals. Dark period C. Iloilo Mission Hospital C. Like all other men B. Henderson D. Contemporary period D. Caroline Hampton Robb 43. Egyptian C. St. Babylonian 46. Apprentice period B. A. A. St. Luke’s Hospital 41. Contemporary period D. Chinese B. A sole island in vast ocean C. Affected by matter B. Elizabeth 50. She dies of yellow fever in her search for truth to prove that yellow fever is carried by a mosquitoes. St. Contemporary period D. Intuitive period C. Like some other men C. Who questions the Christian faith. Catherine C. which of the following is true? A. Like men 52. Anne C. She was the daughter of Hungarian kings. Period of nursing where religious Christian orders emerged to take care of the sick A. build Kaiserwerth institute for the training of Deaconesses A. Moses D. Like no other men D. Indian D. Roy B. and care of the poor and sick herself. Educative period 48. energy. who feed 300-900 people everyday in their gate. Constantly affected by matter. He was called the father of sanitation. tissues. Educative period 49. St. Egypt C. Educative period 51. Roy B. Clare D. . Founded the second order of St. Philippine General Hospital D. Isabel Hampton Robb D. China B. Levin C. Who postulated the WHOLISTIC concept that the totality is greater than sum of its parts? A.
Julita Sotejo B. Erikson B. Dunn 65. RA 7164 68. 1955 Promulgated by the BON D. Florence Nightingale was born in A. France D. Needs should be followed exactly in accordance with their hierarchy C. Born May 12. Certain needs are common to all people B. Do not predict events C. Thomas school of nursing when she was 40 years old C. Germany D. uphold justice and truth D. 1840 B. Promotes advancement and professional growth among its members B. Board resolution No. R. Which is unlikely of Florence Nightingale? A. Built St. Self worth 61. Maximum degree of self conflict 60. Anesia Dionisio 67.society and community. Peplau D. Desires privacy. Self awareness B. Notes in nursing D. This is the essence of mental health A. According to Maslow. She documents it and charts it whenever necessary B. Makes decision contrary to public opinion B. What country did Florence Nightingale train in nursing? A. Facilitate and establishes acquaintances D. Founder of the PNA A. Needs are stimulated by internal factors D. England 64. Notes in hospital 63. Eufemia Octaviano D. Self centered D. Italy 62. She can be accused of malpractice C. Are not interrelated C. B. science etc. Needs are stimulated by external factors 57. Johnson 56. US C. Which of the following provides that nurses must be a member of a national nurse organization? A. One of the expectations is for nurses to join professional association primarily because of A. A. Met in exact and rigid way D. She does it regularly as an . Understands poetry. Follows the decision of the majority. Germany B. Works for raising funds for nurse’s benefit C. Problem centered 59.A 877 B. Priorities are alterable 58. music. According to Maslow. Self actualization C. May not be deferred B. Britain C. Self esteem D. Anastacia Giron Tupas C. Roy B. which of the following is NOT TRUE about a self actualized person? A. autonomous C. Which of the following is not true about the human needs? A. Madaw C. 1981 Code of ethics approved by the house of delegates and the PNA C. Which of the following best describes the action of a nurse who documents her nursing diagnosis? A. Which of the following is TRUE about the human needs? A. Which of the following is recognized for developing the concept of HIGH LEVEL WELLNESS? A. Rogers C. which of the following is TRUE about a self actualized person? A. Assist them and securing jobs abroad 66. Henderson D. Belgium B. philosophy.
Neuman D. Code Of Ethics D. September 02. Johnson 80. 1920 C. Henderson C. September 02. Henderson C. Cannon B. Leavell and Clark B. Bernard C. A nurse who is maintaining a private clinic in the community renders service on maternal and child health among the neighborhood for a fee is: A. Cannon B. and Illness as interference in the life cycle. A termed define by the culture or an individual. A. She charts it only when the patient is acutely ill 69. Bernard C. A. Clark 83. A. BON Res. According to them. A. Well being is a subjective perception of BALANCE. Orem B. Clark 79. Who was the first president of the PNA ? A. Illness according to him/her/them is the failure to maintain internal environment. A. Positive feedback B. Peterson and Zderad C. King 77. He describes the WELLNESS-ILLNESS Continuum as interaction of the environment with well being and illness. Loreto Tupas C. When was the PNA founded? A. Scope of Nursing Practice 70. Ricarda Mendoza 73. Benner and Wruber D. Dunn D. Rosario Montenegro D. A. Roy B. Roy 74. King 78. 1922 D. Rogers D. Nurse specialist 71. Leddy and Pepper D. BON Res. Bernard C. Henderson C.important responsibility D. Postulated that health is a state and process of being and becoming an integrated and whole person. HARMONY and VITALITY A. Rogers D. Defined health as a dynamic state in the life cycle. According to her. A. Henderson C. RA 9173 C. Wellness is a condition in which all parts and subparts of an individual are in harmony with the whole system. Which of the following does not govern nursing practice? A. Negative feedback C. A. Anastacia Giron-Tupas B. Leddy and Pepper 82. Henderson C. Neuman D. Neuman D. Nurse-Midwife D. Roy 75. Buffer system D. Orem B. October 21. What regulates HOMEOSTASIS according to the theory of Walter Cannon? A. interaction. Dunn D. September 22. Stated that health is WELLNESS. Various mechanisms 76. Defines health as the ability to maintain internal milieu. RA 7164 B. Orem B. interdependence and integration of the subsystem of the behavioral system. Cannon B. Independent nurse practitioner C. Primary care nurse B. 1922 B. 1922 72. Roy B. Johnson 81. She defined health as the soundness and wholness of developed human structure and bodily mental functioning. Postulated that health is reflected by the organization. An integrated method of functioning that is oriented towards maximizing one’s potential within the .
Social C. Health C. Clinical Model B. Cues to action 95. Structural D. is included in what variable of HBM? A. Is a multi dimensional model developed by PENDER that describes the nature of persons as they interact within the environment to pursue health A. Sociopsychologic C. Environment D. Increase adherence to medical therapies 89. All of this are factors that affects health and illness except A. Demographic B. Low level Wellness D. Demographic B. Agent C. According to DUNN. Health belief model was formulated in 1975 by who? A. Accessibility of health care facilities D. Perceived seriousness of an illness C. Structural D. A. Sex. Difficulty adhering to the lifestyle B. Demographic B. According to Leavell and Clark’s ecologic model. Role performance Model C. Cues to action 94. Avers that the highest aspiration of people is fulfillment and complete development actualization. It includes internal and external factors that leads the individual to seek help A. Sociopsychologic C. Becker B. Cues to action 93. Eudaemonistic Model 90. Conceptualizes that health is a condition of actualization or realization of person’s potential. Health Prevention . Adaptive Model D. Perceived curability of an illness 88. Which of the following is not a PERCEIVED BARRIER in preventive action? A. Demographic B. Sociopsychologic C. Influence from peers and social pressure is included in what variable of HBM? A. Adaptive Model D. Well being B. Dunn D. Sociopsychologic C. Structural D. Health Promotion Model D. Heredity B. Health Belief Model C. Views people as physiologic system and Absence of sign and symptoms equates health. Clinical Model B. In health belief model. Behavioral D. Economic factors C. Structural D. Role performance Model C. High level Wellness 84. Knowledge about the disease and prior contact with it is what type of VARIABLE according to the health belief model? A. Ecologic Model B. Cues to action 92. Overcrowding is what type of illness precursor? A. Leavell and Clark 87. Reservoir B. Social C. Perceived susceptibility to an illness B.limitation of the environment. What kind of illness precursor. Environmental 85. A. Environmental 86. Race etc. Host 96. Heredity B. Individual perception matters. Eudaemonistic Model 91. Perceived threat of an illness D. according to DUNN is cigarette smoking? A. Behavioral D. Age. Smith C. Which of the following is highly UNLIKELY to influence preventive behavior? A. A.
htm . Defined by Pender as all activities directed toward increasing the level of well being and self actualization. Defined as an alteration in normal function resulting in reduction of capacities and shortening of life span. Self actualization 98.Concepts%20&%20Theories%20(100% 20Items)%20%20%20Nurseslabs%20%20%20December%202012%20NLE%20Results.com Fundamentals of Nursing Comprehensive Exam 1: History. Watson C. Wellness 99. Health prevention B. Wellness 100. Disease C. Health teaching D. A. Health D.Concepts & Theories (100 Items) file:///C:/Users/bgeorge/Desktop/mervin/NURSING%20EXAM%20AND%20ANSWERS/Fundamentals%20 of%20Nursing%20Comprehensive%20Exam%201%20%20History. Swanson Read more at Nurseslabs. Benner B. Leininger D. Illness B.Model 97. Disease C. Health promotion C. Personal state in which a person feels unhealthy A. A. Caring is defined as a nurturant way of responding to a valued client towards whom the nurse feels a sense of commitment and responsibility. Illness B. A. According to her. Health D.