A1 PASSERS TRAINING, RESEARCH, REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

PROFESSIONAL ADJUSTMENT & JURISPRUDENCE
SET 1

Situation 1: Kathleen s a nurse researcher assigned in a tertiary hospital. She is assigned to collect data about
the incidence of infection among admitted patients. Questions 1-9 refer to this situation.

1. Kathleen’s job includes collecting secretions from the surgical site of one of the patients. If the patient refuses and
Kathleen still continue to do it she could be liable for:
A. Slander C. Battery
B. Assault D. Invasion of privacy

2. She overheard the security guard discussing the case of SARS suspect with another guard. The two are involved in
screening patients entering the hospital. Which of the following actions of Kathleen would be appropriate?
A. Advise that it is not right to discuss the case.
B. Ask the two if there us something they need to be clarified about.
C. Inform the supervisor about what she heard.
D. Ignore the two as this is not against hospital rules.

3. One of the patients confided that his companion is not the legal wife. What liability will Kathleen be exposed when she
divulge the information to others?
A. Slander C. Breech of confidentiality
B. Libel D. Assault

4. Two janitors were having a heated argument as to who shall dispose the infectious waste of a patient with typhoid
fever. The first one calling the second one with names like “lazybones”, “incompetent” and “pain in the neck” within the
hearing distance of the rest of the nurses. If the latter decides to file a case against him, what kind f case would he
likely to file?
A. Libel C. Slander
B. Incompetence D. Negligence

5. Should the accusations be written in the newsletter of the hospital, such liability is a:
A. Malpractice C. Libel
B. Assault D. slander

6. Mr. Simpkins, a German who is a SARS suspect is advised to be confined in a negative pressure room with strict
protective gadgets of the health workers taking care of him. He vehemently resented being confined in that room.
Moreover, he was denied visitors. He threatened to sue the hospital. Which case will he file most likely?
A. Illegal detention C. Incompetence
B. Defamation D. Battery

7. Which action of the nurse will save the hospital from lawsuit in #6?
A. Explains to him that his isolation is beneficial for him and his family
B. Enforce the protocol on SARS admission
C. Informs him of the DOH directive in handling SARS cases
D. Tells him that the police will bodily restrain him if he refuses.

8. Kathleen refers to the infection control nurse about the proper disposal of infectious waste. Which of the following
laws refer to the Code of Sanitation?
A. P.D. 825 C. P.D. 965
B. P.D. 856 D. P.D. 791
9. Kathleen knows that as a researcher she needs to follow the provisions of R.A. 6713, otherwise known as:
A. Generics Act of 1998
B. Sanitation Code
C. Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards of Public Officials and Employees
D. Salary Standardization of Government Employees

Situation 2: Patrick is a new graduate of Bachelor of Science in Nursing and intends to practice his profession in
the country upon acquiring his professional license. Questions 10-19 refer to this situation.

10. He understands that the duty and power to regulate the practice of nursing in the Philippines is vested on what
agency?
A. Philippine Nurses Association
B. Board of Nursing
C. Technical Committee on Nursing Education
D. Association of Nursing Service Administrators of the Philippines

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11. Which of the following reports of his rating would grant him license to practice nursing?
A. General rating of 70 and a rating of 65 in Preventive Test
B. General rating of 75 and a rating of 60 in Curative B Test
C. General rating of 80 and a rating of 59 in Rehabilitative Test
D. General rating of 75 and a rating of 55 in Promotive Test

12. His friend Justine failed to pass the examination for three consecutive attempts. Which of the following actions can he
take?
A. Take the examination for the fourth time
B. Enroll in a refresher course
C. Shift to another profession that suits his level of competence
D. Apply as a nursing assistant in a hospital.

13. His classmate Adrian passed the examination but was not allowed to be registered. The following are groups for such,
which one is unlikely?
A. He is 18 years of age
B. He was convicted by final judgment of criminal act involving moral turpitude
C. Unsound mind
D. Guilty of immoral or dishonorable conduct.

14. Patrick is certain that Adrian can be legally liable if he commits the following acts:
i. Appends R.N. to his name even without being registered as one
ii. Abets or assist Mr. Wang in offering CPE without the approval of the BON.
iii. Uses the registration number of Patrick as his own.
iv. Poses or advertises as a registered nurse that tends to create an impression that he is indeed a registered
nurse.
A. 1,2,3 C. 2,3,4
B. 1,3,4 D. 1,2,3,4

15. Patrick sets his eyes to be in the nurse manager of the Clinical Care Department someday. Which of the following
requirement is NOT a legal requirement in order to qualify for position?
A. Membership in the accredited professional organization
B. Has at least 2 years experience in general nursing administration
C. Nine units in administration and management in the graduate level.
D. Masters degree in nursing

16. On a long term basis he dreams of becoming a director of nursing of Asian hospital someday. Which of the following
does he need to posses in order to qualify for the position?
i. Passed the written comprehensive examination for the master’s degree
ii. Five years of experience in supervisory or managerial position in nursing
iii. Masters degree in Nursing
iv. Member of good standing of the accredited professional organization
v. Be a registered nurse in the Philippines
A. 1,2,4,5 C. 2,3,4,5
B. 2,3,4 D. 1,3,4,5

17. Patrick pursues continuing professional education, in emergency care order to be certified as a nurse specialist in
critical care. Which of the following agencies are mandated by law to formulate and develop the comprehensive
specialty program?
i. Board of Nursing
ii. Accredited Professional Organization
iii. Department of Health
iv. Specialty organizations
A. 1,2,3 C. 1,3,4
B. 1,2,4 D. 1,2,3,4

18. After two years in hospital nursing, Patrick decides to change career to military nursing. He knows that the chief nurse
in the military hospital is not yet qualified if he does NOT have
A. Masters Degree in Nursing
B. General Staff Course
C. At least 9 units in Management and Administration courses at the graduate level
D. Masters degree in Nursing and General Staff Course

19. Up to what year does the chief nurse have within which to qualify for the position?
A. 2006
B. 2007
C. 2008
D. 2009

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Situation 3: Sandra is a nurse assigned at the Women and Child unit. A 16 year-old primigravida was admitted for
primary CS due to cephalopelvic disproportion (CPD). Questions 20-24 refer to this situation.

20. Sandra prepares the consent for surgery. Who among the following is legally responsible for securing the consent for
the contemplated procedure?
A. Dr. Rivera, the obstetrician of the patient
B. Mrs. Castro, the head nurse of the unit
C. Dr. Cortez, the anesthesiologist
D. Ms. Josue, the nurse assigned to take care of the patient in the unit

21. She knows that the patient and her husband are both emancipated. When securing for an informed consent, Sandra
remember that:
A. Either the husband or the patient can sign the consent
B. The consent should be signed by the parents of the patient because she is a minor.
C. If the patient signed that consent herself, there is no need for a witness.
D. It is her duty to obtain the informed consent

22. Sandra was pulled out from the unit and was asked to assist in the OR. The anesthesiologist asked her to inject
Penthotanal Na by IV. Which of the following actions should be done by Sandra?
A. Follow the anesthesiologist since he is around to supervise her.
B. Explain to the doctor that it is not permissible by law.
C. If the order is written she can administer the drug.
D. If the manager of the department allows it, she would follow the order.

23. To protect her from legal suit, Sandra should see to it that orders of Penthotal Na and some related drugs should be
made by:
A. Narcotic licensed physicians C. Anesthesiologists
B. Any resident physicians D. Interns

24. After the procedure, the patient was brought back to the ward. Sandra noticed that the post-op orders were written by
the surgical intern who assisted during the procedure. Which of the following actions is most appropriate for Sandra to
do?
A. Call the attention of an intern and ask him to secure the signature of the surgeon.
B. Refer the matter to head nurse.
C. Ignore the order because it is not legal.
D. Remind the surgeon about the policy on doctor’s order.

Situation 4. Mrs. Campos is a terminally-ill cancer patient. She requested that she will not be resuscitated once
she goes into cardiac arrest. The nurse prepares the “Do Not Resuscitate” (DNR) form. Questions 25-29 refer
to this situation.

25. Which of the following should be done by the nurse to ensure that she would not face any legal entanglements?
A. Ask the patient’s relative to sign the DNR form.
B. Inform the physician what will this entail and secure the consent by letting her sign the DNR form
C. Refer to the attending physician so he could write a DNR order.
D. Document the request in the progress notes.

26. Which of the following treatments will no longer be given once Mrs. Campos is on DNR order?
A. Mechanical ventilation C. Pain medications
B. Osteorized feedings D. Intravenous fluids

27. The attending physician called up to disconnect the mechanical ventilator. Which of the following is the most
appropriate action of the nurse?
A. Tell the doctor to relay his order to the resident on duty.
B. Follow the doctor’s order once the DNR form is signed.
C. Write the telephone order and indicate the name of the doctor, the date and time such order was made.
D. Read back the order after writing it in the doctor’s order sheet.

28. Which term refers to Mrs. Campos if she dies and her properties are transmitted to succession whether or not she left
a will?
A. Decedent C. Testatrix
B. Heir D. Administrator

29. If Mrs. Campos opts to leave a will that is written, dated and signed by her, this type of will is a:
A. Holographic
B. Nuncupative
C. Invalid
D. Statutory

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Situation 5: Jacob is a staff nurse in a community hospital. HE is assigned at the Emergency Department of the
hospital.

30. Which of the following actions of Jacob needs a special training prior to its performance?
A. Administration of intravenous therapy C. Suture perineal lacerations
B. Health education D. Internal vaginal examination

31. While in the practice of nursing, Jacob is mandated by law to observe the following except:
A. Code of Ethics
B. Code of technical standard for nurses
C. Maintain Competence through CPE
D. Be a member of good standing of the accredited professional organization

32. He knows that the chief nurse of the hospital is mandated by law to be a graduate of a master’s degree in:
A. Public Health/ Community Health Nursing C. Public Administration
B. Nursing Administration D. Hospital Administration

33. As a public health nurse, Jacob enjoys the privileges of the following laws, which include the following, except:
A. R. A. 7305 C. R. A. 1080
B. R. A. 7392 D. R. A. 2382

34. Which of the following laws refer to Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002?
A. R.A. 6425 C. R.A. 6675
B. R.A. 9165 D. R.A. 7875

35. Mrs. Castro his patient who is a 64 year-old government retiree is covered by RA 7432. Which of the following is a
provision of this law?
A. 20% discount on hospital bills C. National Health Insurance Act
B. Medicines are prescribed in Generics D. Code of Good Governance

36. As a health professional, Jacob is exposed to legal risks. Which of the following does NOT constitute malpractice?
A. Using another nurse’s license as his own
B. Any reasonable lack of skill or fidelity in the performance of fiduciary duties
C. Stepping beyond one’s authority with serious consequences
D. Objectionable practice or contrary to established rules

37. When a case is filed against him in court for an injury to a patient, Jacob is referred to as:
A. Respondent C. Accomplice
B. Complainant D. Accessory

38. Jacob was asked to appear in court to testify. Which of the following terms refer to this legal order?
A. Subpoena duces tecum C. Arraignment
B. Subpoena ad testificandum D. Summon

39. Jacob received a notice ordering him to appear before the Board at a specified time and date to answer a complaint
made against him. Which of the following legal order refer to this?
A. Subpoena duces tecum C. Summons
B. Injunction D. Subpoena ad testificandum

Situation 6: Nurse Pamela is newly appointed by the local government to lead the program on Integrated
Management of Childhood Illness in the municipality of Sto. Tomas. She knows that as a young and
inexperienced nurse, she needs to update her competence in the legal aspect of professional practice. Questions
40-49 refer to this situation:

40. As a registered nurse, Pamela knows that to practice her profession, she has certain liabilities to consider. Which of
the following terms refer to a liability?
i. Obligation
ii. Being held accountable by law
iii. Commitment to one’s duty
iv. Adherence to standards
A. 1 & 2 C. 2 only
B. 2 & 3 D. All except 4

41. As a nurse, she should be guided by the nursing law in the country. Which is not a provision of this law?
A. Increases the competition of the board from five to seven representing nursing education, service and
community health nursing.
B. Requires those nurses who have been away from practice to undergo one month of didactic
training and five months of practicum before returning to the workforce
C. Recognition of nursing specifically organizations in coordination with the accredited professional
organization.

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One of the midwives in the health center injected Cotrimoxazole to a five year-old patient without the consent of the parents. Specialty certification program 44. Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE)–Intensive Material Drill|| 5 . Pamela is at risk for lawsuits. 1. 50. “This will not hurt you. It guarantees the delivery of quality basic health services through an adequate nursing personnel system throughout the country. Assault 47.” 46.” C. 2 & 3 D. Amends the Philippine Nursing Act of 1991 A. Alleviation of suffering 51.2 & 3 B. 2 & 3 D. She performs her duty as prescribed in her job description B. Knowledge and implementation of standards/ protocol of care ii. Ensures that the core competencies of the staff are enhanced iii. she can be liable for unprofessional conduct specifically: A. Zamboanga City. Invasion of privacy Situation 7: Ms. Slander D.4 C. Requires the member of the board to resign from any employment both in the government and private institutions 3. 1. but the boy would not want to go near her. C. Give ORESOL while waiting for help. Negligence B. Malpractice C. “You don’t want to have your temperature taken? I will call the guard to hold you and give you an injection instead!” B. 48. She assessed a three-year old boy for fever. Continuing competency program B. ii. A 4-year old patient assessed to have severe dehydration need an intravenous infusion of D5NSS. Refer the patient to the nearest hospital facility. Questions 50-60 refer to this situation. Pamela has not attended training in IV therapy yet and she believes that she is not competent to handle such. Following all doctor’s orders that are legal and in writing A. Which of the following demonstrates the responsibility of Erin towards her profession? i. Document outcome of care iv. As a new manager. which can be reached in 30 minutes D. What is the most basic of these responsibilities? A. 2 & 4 43. Two of the following statements are true about the new nursing law. which TWO are NOT? 1. just put it under your tongue. Erin Gomez is a newly appointed manager of a primary hospital in Sta. Start the IV with the goal of saving the patient from further injury B. 2. Which of the following cases can the midwife be possibly accused of? A. Documentation of actions accurately and concisely iii. “Alright just tell me when you are ready to have your temperature taken. Licensure and registration D. 1 & 2 C. D. Promote health C. If Pamela divulges the information that she is caring for the child of a patient with sexually transmitted disease. Which of the following actions will shield her from possible lawsuits? i. The participation of child’s parents resulted to an injury to the child D.2. Which of the following warrants that this strictly adhered to? A. Pamela is certain that only competent nurses are allowed to practice nursing in the country. Battery D. Competency assessment C. Provides for incentives and benefits system for nurses and their dependents 42. 3 & 4 B. Refer the case to the doctor who can come in less than one hour. Which of the following remarks of Pamela would constitute an assault? A. Erin knows that the fundamental responsibility is fourfold. 2. Requires the chairman of the Board to be a holder of a doctorate degree 4. Breech of confidentiality B. Which of the following actions of Pamela will expose her to legal risk? A. Restoration of health B. She is aware of the possibility of the injury to the patient 49. she deems it appropriate that she gains competence in the professional responsibilities. Maria.” D. Her action resulted to an injury resulted from non-compliance to the standard of care C. As a lead person in the IMCI program. Prevention of illness D.3 & 4 45. Which of the following conditions would prevent Pamela from a malpractice suit? A. Participates in the activities of the local chapter of the PNA and ANSAP. Libel C. “If you will let me take your temperature your fever will be gone. Participates in the development and implementation of standards of nursing practice I her department.

Beneficence C. Joseph Tang is diagnosed to have acute myocardial infarction and is recommended for admission. Explains to Paula the nature of the condition of the patient and the need for a competent nurse to handle the increased demand for care D. Justice B. 1984 D. 99-14 s. The Code of Ethics of Nurses in the Philippines was approved the Board of Nursing through: A. Assist the doctors in making their rounds B. Patient’s rights B. she would not be ethical if she: A. He refuses to be admitted and asks to be transferred to a tertiary hospital instead. Attending physician A. from a recognized college of nursing. 60. Institutional policy 59. Questions 61-70 refer to this situation. D. A patient refuses to take his antibiotic because he believes that it’s not giving him any good. Which of the following requirements is NOT needed for Benedict to qualify for the said examination? A. BON Resolution No. Attend to a complaint of a relative about the lack of water supply in their room. who needs total care C. 53. Autonomy C. 3 & 4 B. Which of the following principles apply to the action of the nurse to refrain from discussing the disease condition of the patient with those who are not involved in his care? A. Gibson. 1998 B. 1 & 4 B. 18 years of age or older ii. Non-maleficence D. Explains to the patient that he needs the medication for his recovery B. 55. 3 & 4 Situation 8: Mr. Which TWO of the following are qualifications of witnesses? i. Discusses to the new nurse that Paula is new and lacking in skills for the needs of the patient. who is terminally ill. 61. Benedict Ocampo just graduated from college with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing. 54. Justice D. 2. 3 & 4 52. Relative of the patient iv. When Erin is certain that Paula. Physician’s orders C. 2 & 3 C. Which of the following principles should Erin use as a guide for her action? A. Answer the e-mail of the Director of Nursing who instructed Erin to report about an incident in the unit. 1999 58. 110 s. A holder of Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from a college or university that complies with the standards of nursing education duly recognized by the proper government agency B. Ask the patient to sign the waiver of responsibility. BON Resolution No. iv.3 & 4 D. 2 & 3 D. BON Resolution No. Explain to Mr. Which of the following is considered the primary responsibility of Erin? A. Refer to the attending physician about his refusal D. Non-maleficence B. Must be of good moral character Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE)–Intensive Material Drill|| 6 . Discusses the concern with Paula herself B. Mr. Attend to the call for help from a patient. Mr. Not designated as the patient’s health care representative or alternate iii. 1 & 2 C. 2. Which of the following actions of Erin is not within legal norms? A. Autonomy 56. Attached the advance directives to the patient’s charts. 633 s. Assigns another nurse to the patient C. Gibson to sign B. Preference of the family D. When conflict arises regarding management of patient care. BON Resolution No. A. 1955 s. instructed the staff to refrain from giving him resuscitation in the event that he goes into cardiac arrest. He intends to take the integrated comprehensive nurse licensure examination so he can practice his profession after passing the said examination. Which of the following actions of the nurse is most appropriate? A. Lobbies for the implementation of the incentives and benefit system for nurses and dependents as stipulated in the law. Prepare the form for advanced directives and ask Mr. Ask two other persons who are qualified to be witnesses of the signed directive C. Writes in the chart that the patient refuses to take his medication C. which of the following actions of Erin is NOT within legal norms? A. Beneficence 57. a new nurse us not competent in taking care of a critically ill patient. 1. a British national. Gibson that this is not yet a practice in the Philippines D. 1989 C. 1.

he must obtain a general average of ______ with a rating of not below ____ in any subject. Every three years D. R.4 D. Nursing care during pregnancy. Full name of the registrant ii. Makes an appeal to the board for rechecking of his examination papers. 425.A. Internal examination during labor and delivery in the absence of antenatal bleeding ii. s.2. R.4 B. R. Signature of the president of the accredited professional regulation A. 524. 7432 72. Administration of medications and therapies including IV iv. 7600 B. 64.5 66. which of the following can Trisha perform within the meaning of the Nursing Act of 2002? i.A. 60% C.3. 7164 D. Must have three years of clinical practice in any field of nursing Situation 9: Nurse Trisha is assigned at the safe Motherhood program of the Department of Health.A. He must have one year clinical practice in a field of specialization B. 2002 C. Should Benedict fail in one subject. He knows that the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of the said law. 75%.2.2. Takes the examination on the subject where he is rated below the required passing rate C. 2003 B. Official seal of the commission v. Every five years C. 9173 69. Apply for membership to the Philippine Nurses Association D.A.4 B. 99-14. R. 7305 D. Enroll in a refresher course for one year. s.A.2. Which of the following laws prohibits the practice of midwifery without the license to practice? A. 1. BON Resolution No. Suturing of perineal lacerations after undergoing special training according to established protocol iii. s. License number 67. BON Resolution No. was passed through: A. He dreams of pursuing a career as a clinical faculty someday. Takes the whole set of examination all over again B. C. Apply for registration with the Professional Regulation Commission C. 877 B. A citizen of the Philippines D. As a new nurse she needs to keep abreast with the laws affecting the practice of her profession. Upon passing the licensure examination. He was issued a certificate of registration by the Board of Nursing.2. 4704 C. which of the following is a priority action for Benedict? A.A. Which of the following information is NOT indicated in the professional identification card issued to Benedict? A. 70 %. which of the followings should he do? A. 2. 7392 C. Signature of the chairperson of the commission and the members of the Board iv. 1. D. Questions 71-80 refer to this situation. Serial number iii. A member of the accredited professional organization 62. Date of issuance and expiration B. R.3. BON Resolution No.4 Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . R.4.A. As a registered nurse. labor and delivery A. 75%. A.3 C. 60% 63. 71.3. Date of examination C. 65% D.5 D. Registration date D. Annually B.2. Prepare credentials for job hunting 65. 459. s. 2002 D. BON Resolution No. 70%. 1. Take an oath of profession before the Board of Nursing B. Biannually 68. R.A. Which of the following information should be shown in the certificate? i. 1. but obtained the required general average. Which of the following qualifications is NOT mandatory? A. As a registered nurse. Benedict is covered by the law regulating the practice of nursing in the Philippines which is: A. 1999 70. 1. 1.3 C.3. Member of good standing in the accredited professional organization of nurses D.Intensive Material Drills ||7 . 70% B. Benedict knows that he is duty bound to renew his professional identification card every how often? A. For him to pass the said examination. 1. R. Be a registered nurse in the Philippines C.3.

Respondent B. Battery Situation 10: Karla. R. what case would it be? A. Epikia Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . BON Res. 9173 75.Intensive Material Drills ||8 . Defendant D. P. What legal order from the hearing officer refers to this? A. She knows that she needs to follow the provisions of P. Subpoena duces tecum C. Respondents C. Milk code of the Philippines D.73. R. both government and private. Plaintiff C. Which term refers to her in this case? A. 651. # 48 ii. 7875 C. Trisha conducts a lecture on family planning among the postpartum patients.A. EO # 220 D. she showed to a group of students the proper way of doing a perilite without asking permission from the patient. During the rounds. an RN and two other nurses were summoned to appear before the Board of Nursing due to an administrative case filed against them for alleged negligence which caused the death of a certain Mr. # 425 B. Force majeur B. Accomplices 82.A. Generics code of the Philippines 77. Questions 81-90 refer to this situation. Respondent B. 2 & 3 D. Battery 80. 6675 B. Antonia Bernas. 81. EO # 51 is enforced in all hospitals. Jury 84. Karla is ordered by the Legal Department to bring along with her the initial assessment form and the progress notes she used for the patient. Assault C. Which of the following laws refer to this? A. P. Plaintiffs D.D. Which of the following doctrines will apply if it is proven that Karla did not go through a rigid training before being deployed as a staff nurse due to acute demand for her services? A. 4226 76. Mendez refused to receive her next dose of Nordelle and Trisha injected it just the same. Misdemeanor 79. 7719 D. # 996 iv.A. 1 & 4 78. This act is a violation of the patient’s right to: A. Ms. Assault D. Res ipsa loquitor C. Slander B. She knows that the blood bank act is A. the daughter of Mr Bernas was the one who filed the case against the nurses. She remarks to those who refuse to undergo bilateral tubal ligation that they can no longer avail of the services of the DOH once they refuse to submit themselves to the procedure which make them reasonably believe that such will be enforced.D. # 69 iii. Family Code of the Philippines D. P. Invasion of Privacy B. Protects and promotes the rights and welfare of children and youth C.A. who was admitted due to COPD.D. Bernas. When Mrs.A. Which of the following is the title of this act? A. Respondeat superior D. Privacy C. she can be sued for legal case? A. P. If a case is filed against Trisha. As a legal basis of this activity she mentioned two laws. R. One of her patients had an excessive bleeding and needs to be transfused with blood. which are: i. Subpoena ad testificandum D. Harassment D. Trisha knows that she has to adhere to the standards of practice in the care of the mother ad child. Slander B. R. R. Milk code of the Philippines B. Which of the following terms refer to Karla and the two other nurses? A. Decrees the registration of the birth of a child within 30 days with the Civil Registrar B. Battery C. Which of the following is mandated in this law? A. Jury 83.D. 1 & 2 C. # 965 A. Witnesses B. 3 & 4 B. # 459 C. Self-determination D. Sanitation Code of the Philippines C.D. Family Code of the Philippines 74. BON Res.

When she acted with abuse of confidence or obvious ungratefulness. The injury was caused by a voluntary action on the part of the private duly caregiver. 2002 C. s. Failure to meet standards of due care. BON Resolution No.3. Existence of a duty on the part of the person charged to use due care ii. The injury was due to the assistance of the clinical assistant who was instructed by Karla to help her. R. Which of the following conditions will NOT establish the doctrine of res ipsa loquitor for Karla? A. BON Resolution No. When she voluntarily confesses her guilt before the Board before the presentation of evidence B. She plans to develop programs based on the various laws and directives from the DOH. B. The board after a series of hearings found Karla and the two other nurses to be not guilty of the case filed against them.000 penalty D. A. She knows that all prescriptions of the municipal health officer should be in generics. 4226 B. BON Resolution No. A. The injury was not due to the voluntary participation of the family. she would likely be given penalty. 2.3. B. 9173 C. The nurses act in fulfillment of duty C. Mr Bernas was able to make a legal declaration of his intentions upon death. 86.4 87. A. The injury done to the patient was such nature that it would not normally occur unless Karla was not negligent. Which of the following circumstances are considered mitigating circumstances in the case filed against Karla? A. Which of the following terms refer to this testamentary document? A. 24. 6675 D.4 B. 1080 B. 1. Life imprisonment B. What law provides for this mandate? A.4 D. Unprofessional or unethical conduct ii. When she acts in fulfillment of a duty. When she acted under the impulse of uncontrollable fear of an equal of greater injury to the patient 89. R. Which of the following provisions does NOT apply to RA 7305? A. Which of the following laws mandated this? A. She deems it necessary for the nurses in the community health to be recognized and certified as a specialty group. R. Which of the following could be a cause for revocation and suspension of license? i. The nurses act with evident premeditation. Questions 91-100 refer to this situation. Which of the following is considered an exempting circumstance? A. C. Sheen has to consider managing the resources of the MHO. Malpractice or negligence Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . Develop their skills and capabilities C. BON Resolution No. 14. Sheena Perez is the Health Education Program Officer of the Municipal Health Office. 118. was caused without fault or intention of doing it. A. C. 1998 B. D. Standardizes the salaries of nurses working in the government 94. A.3 C. She knows that the delivery of basic services and facilities of the national government was transferred to the local government units. s. 7160 D. Which of the following supports this objective? A. Encourage those qualified and with abilities to remain in government service D. Gross incompetence or serious ignorance iii. Will B. The injury.3. Promote and improve the socio-economic well being of health workers B. The nurses had no intention to commit so grave a wrong as the one committed. Prior to his death. Exhibit D.Intensive Material Drills ||9 . 7305 C. s. 7160 92. R.85. R. 12. Which of the following are the elements of professional negligence? i. 1. 425. iii. s. 2003 95. The power of control over the agency or instrumentality A. 1999 D. which was merely an accident. R. Writ C. P50. A. Injunction Situation 11: Ms. R. 90. R. 9173 93. D. which could be any of the following EXCEPT: A. A. A. D. 6 year-imprisonment 88. If found guilty of professional negligence. She emphasized to her team that they should be careful in the practice of their profession to avoid legal entanglements. Revocation of License C.2. 91. Foreseeability of harm resulting from failure to meet the standard iv.

3 C. 12 C. 4 D. iv. 2.000. 13 D. A fine of not less than P 50. 2 B. Upon the completion of one month didactic and 3 months practicum. 2 years D. 98. 3 & 4 96. In order to motivate her team. 3. Which of the following penalties shall be imposed on any person or employer of nurses who violate the minimum base pay and incentives and benefits that should be accorded them? A. C. & 4 D. 14 B. or false statements in obtaining a certificate of registration/ professional license or a temporary special permit. 2 & 3 C. 1 year C. 1. Use of fraud. & 4 B. Either of 1 or 2 both D. A. She plans for a certification program for the nurses under the MHO. 6 months B.00 B. Sheena announced that the salary of nurses has been upgraded to salary grade ____. In addition to the prescribed period. 4 months 99. How long will the beneficiaries of the program are obliged to serve in any of the Philippine hospitals? A. 15 100. 2. 6 97. Sheena knows that the suspension of the certificate of registration should not exceed how many years? A. 1. Reasons of equity and justice B.000. Both 1 and 2 Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . the following are the other conditions for which the revoked certificates can be reissued. Imprisonment of not less than 1 year nor more than 6 years C. 1. deceit. Which one is not included? A. Upon application thereof and payment of required fees D.00 and not more than P100. A. 3. Cause for the revocation has disappeared or has been cured and corrected.Intensive Material Drills ||10 .

MURDER B. AGGRAVATING 10. ALTERNATIVE 16. STARE DECISIS 11. MITIGATING D. MISS L DIED OF HEMORRHAGE AND INFECTION? YOU COULD BE SUED AS? A. THE NURSE CAN BE SUED FOR? A. WITNESS 8. PHYSICAL INJURIES 2. EXEMPTING C. CONSUMMATED B. RECKLESS IMPRUDENCE D. GAVE A PATIENT A WRONG MEDICATION. THE FOLLOWING QUSTIONS PERTAINS TO SUCH CONCEPTS. MISS. EXTRAORDINARY D. REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PROFESSIONAL ADJUSTMENT & JURISPRUDENCE SET 2 SITUATION 1: NURSES SHALL BE AWARE OF HER LEGAL AND CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITIES ESPECIALLY IN THE DISCHARGE OF HER PROFESSIONAL FUNCTIONS. SERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURIES C. FORCE MAJEURE C. THE DOCTOR C. DR X AND HOSPITAL C. THE NURSE IS? A. NURSE M. A NURSE’S CARELESSNESS HAS RESULTED TO AN ACCIDENT WHICH COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED IF SHE OBSERVED THE DEGREE OF DILIGENCE NEEDED IN THE EXERCISE OF HER FUNCTIONS. NOT LIABLE SINCE SHE JUST FOLLOWED DOCTOR’S ORDER B. THE DOCTRINE THAT WILL PROVE THAT THE NURSE IS NEGLIGENT IS? A. SHE CAN BE SUED FOR? A. THE PATIENT DIED IN 5 DAYS. DR. A1 PASSERS TRAINING. WHO IS LIABLE IN CASE THE PATIENT DIED BECAUSE OF THE WRONG DRUG GIVEN? A. IF A NURSE WAS FORCED TO OPEN AND GIVE AWAY NARCOTICS AT GUNPOINT BECAUSE OF FEAR OF GREATER INJURY CAN EXONERATE HERSELF BY INVOKING WHAT CIRCUMSTANCE? A. GOOD FATHER OF FAMILY C. WHO WILL BE MOST LIKELY LIABLE? A. ACCESSORY C. JUSTIFYING B. L PREGNANT AND 16 YEARS OLD ASK YOU FOR A DOCTOR WHO COULD PERFORM ABORTION ON HER. DR X AND HOSPITAL 5. A NURSE’S EMPLOYER IS CONSIDERED LIABLE FOR THE NURSE’S ACTION UNDER THE RULE OF? A. IF A NURSE CARRIES OUT A PHYSICIANS ORDER WHICH SHE KNOWS TO BE WRONG. X ONLY B. MITIGATING D. ALL OF THE ABOVE 12. ILLEGAL DETENTION B. RES IPSA LOQUITOR C. IN THE CASES PREVIOUSLY MENTIONED IN NUMBER 52. SHOULD EXERCISE WHAT DEGREE OF DILIGENCE? ( REFER TO CHOICES NO. HOMICIDE C. ATTEMPTED D. NURSE M ONLY D. SLIGHT PHYSICAL INJURIES B. RECKLESS IMPRUDENCE 15. THE DEGREE OF DILIGENCE NEEDED FOR THE NURSE TO EXONERATE HERSELF FOR CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE IS? A. NO ONE. SMELLED ALCOHOL ON DR X. THE DOCTOR ORDER THE NURSE TO INJECT ERGOT RATE MALEATE TO A PREGNANT PATIENT THAT RESULTED TO ABORTION. A PATIENT WHO HAS BEEN GIVEN DISCHARGE ORDERS BY HIS DOCTOR WAS WITHHELD BY THE NURSE DUE TO UNPAID HOSPITAL BILLS.Intensive Material Drills ||11 . PRINCIPAL D. GOOD SAMARITAN D. THE HOSPITAL D. ITS ACCIDENTAL 4. THE PATIENT WAS INJURED. NOT LIABLE SINCE SHE IS UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE DOCTOR D. AND THE PATIENT SUSTAINED AN INJURY WHICH NECISSITATES HOSPITALIZATION FOR 30 DAYS. ILLEGAL RESTRAINT D. HOWEVER. FOR THE HOSPITAL TO BE EXEMPTED FROM THE LIABILITY ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF ITS NURSES. STARE DECISIS 7. NEGLIGENCE D. WHILE PRESCRIBING THE DRUG TO THE PATIENT BUT THE NURSE KEPT QUITE ABOUT IT. RES IPSA LOQUITOR B. THIS TYPE OF FELONY IS? A. RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR B. RESEARCH. ANY OF THE ABOVE Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . 1. ACCOMPLICE B. JUSTIFYING B. ALL OF THE ABOVE 6. NURSE M AND HOSPITAL D. 62) 13. IF NURSE M. LESS SERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURIES D. WHO MAY BE LIABLE FOR SUCH AN ACTION? A. THE PATIENT SUED THE NURSE M IN PROPER COURTS OF JUSTICE: FOR UNINTENTIONALLY GIVING A WRONG MEDICATION. THE NURSE MAY BE LIABLE FOR? A. THE NURSE B. THE HOSPITAL C. EXEMPTING C. MISDEMEANOR 3. A NURSE OUT OF PITY UNHOOKED THE PATIENT FROM A RESPIRATOR. FRUSTRATED C. 7) 9. YOU REFERRED HER TO DR X. LIABLE SINCE SHE IS EXPECTED TO OBSERVE SOUND JUDGMENT IN CARRYING DOCTOR’S ORDER 14. WHO SUCCESFULLY DID THE PROCEDUR. NURSE M. THE DOCTOR WHO PERFORMED THE OPERATION IS LIABLE AS? (REFER CHOICES NO. DUE CARE B. WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES AFFECTING CRIMINAL LIABILITY WILL BE APPLICABLE TO THE WOMAN AND HER MOTHER WHO SOUGHT ILLEGAL ABORTION? A. NOT LIABLE SINCE SHE DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE DRUG EFFECTS C. NURSE M B. UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT C. WAS FOUND TO HAVE INJECTED A WRONG DRUG NOT IN THE COURSE OF HER DUTY. NURSE M.

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE ELEMENTS. 17. CULPA CRIMINAL B. MITIGATING D. RECKLESS IMPRUDENCE RESULTING TO HOMICIDE IS CLASSIFIED AS? A. INTENT D. ANY OF THE ABOVE 25. IF THE NURSE WAS SUED FOR RECKLESS IMPRUDENCE RESULTING TO HOMICIDE AND PUNISHED BY PRISION CORRECTIONAL. EXEMPTING C. IMPLIED CONTRACT D. SHE IS LIABLE AS? A. ALL EXCEPT 4 29. STARE DECISIS 30. SHE MAY BE LIABLE FOR? A. MURDER C. CULPA CONTRACTUAL D. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS CLASSIFIED AS OFFENSES? A. IF THE NURSE INDUCES ONE TO COMMIT A CRIME. ACCOMPLICE D. RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR D. ALTERNATIVE 21. ADMINISTRATIVE CASE D. PATIENT BELOW 18 C. AND THE NURSE ENDED HER PLAN. 1 AND 2 ONLY C. VIOLATION OF RA 9173 B. LESS GRAVE FELONY C. ANY OF THE ABOVE 22. VICARIOUS LIABILITY OF THE HOSPITAL IS PRESENT IF THE FOLLOWING SITUATION OCCURS? A. RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR D. NEGLIGENCE D. SEXUAL HARRASSMENT 32. THE DOCTOR MAY BE LIABLE UNDER WHAT DOCTRINE? A. ATTEMPTED D. CULPA CIVIL C. ANY OF THE ABOVE Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . INJURIES SUSTAINED BY THE PATIENT DUE CONTRIBUTORY ACT OF RELATIVES 34. DEATH OF PATIENT DUE TO A DEFECTIVE EQUIPMENT C. AUTHORIZED DUTY 2. THE SEVERITY OF FELONY IS CLASSIFIED AS? A. HIS MENTAL STATE IS CLASSIFIED AS WHAT CIRCUMSTANCE? A. ACCOMPLICE C. QUASI-DELICTS 20. A CONTRACT BETWEEN A NURSE AND THE PATIENT IS VALID EVEN IF IT IS NOT WRITTEN BASED ON THE CONCEPT OF? A. LIGHT FELONY D. IF THE NURSE IS ABOUT TO UNHOOK THE PATIENT FROM A RESPIRATOR BUT SUDDENLY THE DOCTOR ARRIVED. PARENTS OF PEDIATRIC PATIENTS 27. RES IPSA LOQUITOR C. JUSTIFYING B.A NURSE PERFORMED AN ACT OUTSIDE OF THE SCOPE OF NURSING PRACTICE SUCH AS PRESCRIBING MEDICATIONS. SIMULATION OF BIRTH B. LAST CLEAR CHANCE 26. STARE DECISIS B. CIVIL CASE C. INFORMED CONSENT PRIOR TO AN OPERATION MAY BE SIGNED BY THE FOLLOWING. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CRIME AGAINST THE CIVIL STATUS OF A PERSON? A. NEGLIGENCE B. THE NURSE SHOULD KNOW THAT THE FOLLOWING ARE CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS EXCEPT? A INFANTICIDE B. MUTILATION C. THE NURSE GAVE A WRONG SPONGE COUNT BUT THE DOCTOR CLOSED THE OPERATION. THE FOLLOWING DOCTRINES MAY SUPPORT NEGLIGENCE SUIT OF THE PATIENT. WRITTEN CONTRACT B. RAPE D. A NURSE WHO HAD A KNOWLEDGE OF THE ILLEGAL ACTS OF THE DOCTOR AND FAILED TO DISCLOSE THE SAME IS LIABLE AS? A. GRAVE FELONY B. A MENTAL PATIENT KILLED A STAFF IN ONE OF HIS VIOLENT OUTBURSTS. FREEDOM B. WHEN THE DAMAGE DONE TO THE PATIENT DID NOT ARISE FROM ANY CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS THE PATIENT CAN SUE FOR? A. CONSUMMATED B. SLIGHT FELONY 19. BREACH OF PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATION D. MALPRACTICE 24. DEATH OF THE PATIENT DUE TO WRONG ORDER OF THE DOCTOR D. INTELLIGENCE C. PRINCIPAL B. ACCESSORIES AFTER THE ACT 33. FORCE MAJEURE B. LIBEL C. QUASI-DELICTS 35. FAULT 28.Intensive Material Drills ||12 . EXPRESS CONTRACT C. MALPRACTICE D. ILLEGAL DETENTION 31. EXCEPT? A. EXCEPT? A. IMPRUDENCE C. DAMAGE 4. FOR THIS SHE IS LIABLE FOR? ` A. A RESPONSIBLE ADULT B. GUARDIAN OF MINORS D. ACCESSORY C. PRINCIPAL B. RAPE D. EXCEPT? A.. DEATH OF PATIENT DUE TO NEGLIGENCE OF WELL TRAINED NURSE B. FRUSTRATED C. ALL EXCEPT 2 D. FOR CULPABLE FELONIES TO OCCUR. NO FELONY 18. CRIMINAL CASE B. FORCE MAJEURE 3. NEGLIGENCE B. WHAT TYPE OF FELONY EXISTED? A. FAILURE TO USE DUE CARE A. RES IPSA LOQUITOR C. ALL OF THE ABOVE B. PAROSCOPY. UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT 23. NEGLIGENCE CAN BE PROVEN IF THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS ARE PRESENT: 1. NURSE GRACE DISCLOSES DATA AND INFORMATION ABOUT THE PATIENT IN THE MEDIA. INVASION OF PRIVACY C. ACCESSORY D. A SPONGE WAS LEFT INSIDE THE ABDOMEN OF THE PATIENT AFTER AN EXPLORATORY LA.

DISOBEDIENCE B. THE FOLLOWING NURSE’S CONTRACT IS VOID OR INEXISTENT. EXCEPT? A. PROPER SUPERVISION B. REFUSE THE REQUEST OUTRIGHT Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . REVIEW THE PROVISIONS OF THE NURSING LAW B. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE BASIS. AGGRAVATE NURSES’ LIABILITY D. IN DETERMINING NURSES’ LIABILITY OR ACCOUNTABILITY FOR AN ACT. BREACH OF CONTRACT D. UNENFORCEABLE 38. EXEMPT THE NURSE FROM LIABILITY 47. FREEDOM TO STIPULATE 37. ALL OF THE ABOVE 49. MAINTAINING CONFIDENTIALITY OF PATIENTS INFORMATION IS PART OF NURSE’S ? A. WHICH ONE IS NOT A FACTOR? A. 50. ALL OF THE ABOVE 40. THE DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF NURSING CAN BE HELD LIABLE FOR THE FAULT OF THE STUDENTS AND THAT OF THE CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS. IF THE NURSE WHO SIGNED A TWO YEAR CONTRACT WITH THE HOSPITAL AND AFTER SIX MONTHS LEFT THE INSTITUTION WITHOUT PROPER RESIGNATION CAN BE SUED FOR? A.Intensive Material Drills ||13 . PATIENT AND DOCTOR 46. OBJECT D. SIMULATED CONTRACT B. B. ANNULLABLE D. ALL OF THE ABOVE 39. INFORMED CONSENT IN OPERATION SERVES AS A CONTRACT BETWEEN? A. EXTRAORDINARY DILIGENCE IN SELECTION OF FACULTY D. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A DEFECTIVE CONTRACT? A. RES IPSA LOQUITOR C. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS IS BEST IF ANOTHER NURSE ASKED YOU TO DOCUMENT HER NURSING CARE? A. JUSTIFY NURSE’S ACT B. MURDER C. THEY ARE CLASSIFIED AS? A. DEGREE OF PARTICIPATION B. EXCEPT? A. DOCTOR AND PATIENT B. THE FAULT OF THE STUDENT IN THE CLINICAL AREA IS THE ACCOUNTABILITY OF THE CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR BASED ON THE DOCTRINE OF? A. MATERIAL MISREPRESENTATION C. CONSENT B. THE FOLLOWING ARE LEGAL EXCUSES FOR NOT CARRYING OUT THE CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT. ACCOMPLICES D. MITIGATE NURSES’ LIABILITY C. CAUSE C. FIND OUT THE HOSPITAL POLICIES REGARDING DOCUMENTATION C. THE FOLLOWING ARE STATUTORY REQUISITES OF A CONTRACT. ALL OF THE ABOVE 43. PROVISIONS ARE NOT CONTRARY TO LAWS D. ABANDONMENT OF DUTY 44. SOMERA CASE AND LORENZO-PEREZ CASE CAN BE USED AS BASIS FOR FUTURE DETERMINATION OF NURSE’S NEGLIGENCE BASED ON THE DOCTRINE OF? A. CONSENT IS OBTAINED BY FRAUD 45. RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR D. WHEN NURSE A. THE FOOLOWING QUSTIONS PERTAIN TO BASIC CONCEPTS ON RECORDING AND REPORTING. NURSE. ACCESSORIES C. HOWEVER SHE MAY EXEMPT HERSELF FROM ACCOUNTABILITY IF SHE EXERCISED? A. CAUSE IS DEFECTIVE B. ACCOUNTABILITY B. CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE OF THE PATIENT AND THE FAMILY MEMBERS WILL? A. RESPONDEAT SUPERIOR B. RESPONDENTS 41. 36. GIVING ASSISTANCE TO SUICIDE B. MERCY KILLING IS CLASSIFIED UNDER PHILIPPINE CRIMINAL LAWS AS? A. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY D. NURSE AND DOCTOR D. DILIGENCE OF A GOOD FATHER/MOTHER OF THE COLLEGE OF NURSING C. CONSPIRATORS B. C AND D AGREED TOGETHER AND PLANNED TOGETHER TO KILL THE PATIENT. CAUSE IS INADEQUATE D CONSENT HAS VICES 48. EXCEPT? A. VOIDABLE C. COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY C. NURSE AND PATIENT C. INTENT/FAULT OR NEGLIGENCE SITUATION 2: DOCUMENTATION AND RECORDING ARE ACTIVITIES OF THE NURSE THAT CAN FREE THE NURSE FROM HER LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES IF THEY ARE DONE WITH ACCURACY AND TRUTHFULNESS. CAPTAIN OF THE SHIP DOCTRINE D. AWOL C. EXISTENT CONTRACT B. DEGREE OF DILIGENCE C. ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY C. STARE DECISIS B. STAGE OF EXECUTION OF AN ACT D. EXTRAORDINARY DILIGENCE IN THE SELECTION OF STUDENTS 42. EXISTING CAUSE OR OBJECT AND VALID CONSENT C. DO HER A FAVOR IF YOU KNOW HER WELL D. HOMICIDE D.

CONTINUITY D. THUS. STATISTICS 54. IT IS UNIVERSALLY OBSERVED IN ALL COUNTRIES D. NURSE A ALWAYS PUT IN MIND THE PATIENTS’ BILL OF RIGHTS DISCUSSED IN HER CLASS. IN CASE PUBLIC ORDER. THE SURGEON C. SA/RN 55. 60.WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BEST DESCRIBES THE STATUS OF THE “PATIENTS BILL OF RIGHTS” IN THE PHILIPPINES? A. THE PROPER MEMBER OF THE HEALTH TEAM WHO IS LEGALLY RESPONSIBLE TO SECURE INFORMED CONSENT FOR OPERATION IS? A. COMPLETE A PROPER RECORD AND INCIDENT REPORT 52. COMMUNICATION C. SHE HAS KNOWN THAT A COLLEAGUE IN THE ER WAS DISCOVERED TO HAVE A FAKE LICENSE AFTER HE ALLEGEDLY APPLIED A RENEWAL OF HIS PRC IDENTIFICATION CARD. B. CORRECT THE ERROR IN THE NURSES NOTES C. REPORT THE CASE TO THE SUPERVISOR B. MISREPRESENTATION D. THE RESIDENT PHYSICIAN SITUATION 3: NURSE A IS ASSIGNED IN THE SURGICAL WARD OF A GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL. THUS IT SHOULD BE GIVEN TO ANYONE WHEN REQUESTED. THIS NURSE CAN BE ACCUSED OF WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING? A. QUESTION THE PHYSICIAN D. THE HOSPITAL HAS PREROGATIVE TO REVEAL IT C. ASSAULT/BATTERY B. DOCTOR-PATIENT D. IT IS A PUBLIC DOCUMENT. B. A NURSE RELIEVER FROM ANOTHER UNIT GAVE A MEDICATION TO THE WRONG CLIENT. IN CASE THE PATIENT GAVE CONSENT C. CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PHYSICIAN WITH UTMOST TACT 59. THE NURSE ASSERTED THAT THE CLIENT RESPONDED TO THE HER NAME WHEN CALLED. RESEARCH C. IN CASE THERE IS SUBPOENA DUCES TECUM IN RELATION TO THE CASE AT BAR B. NURESE A READ IN THE INTERNET THAT A MALE NURSE PERFORMED AN UNUSUAL PROCEDURE ON HIS MALE CLIENT WHILE UNDER RESTRAINT. THIS NURSE CAN MOST LIKELY BE ACCUSED OF WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING? A. ALL OF THE ABOVE 57. DO NOT RECORD IN THE NURSES NOTES SINCE NO UNTOWARD REACTIONS HAPPENED D. EDUCATION 53. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE CORRECT WAY OF SIGNING A NURSES NOTES? A. THE CHART AS A DOCUMENT ITSELF BELONGS TO THE PATIENT D. A.THE PROPER THING FOR HER TO DO IS? A. IT HAS LEGAL MANDATE C. WHAT IS THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF END OF SHIFT REPORT? A. WELFARE AND SAFETY IS AT STAKE D. THE ANESTHESIOLOGIST B. CHECK WITH THE PHYSICIAN C. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES OF DOCUMENTING HEALTH CARE IS BEST EXEMPLIFIED WHEN A NURSE DOCUMENTS CLIENT’S RESPONSES AND NURSE’S APPROPRIATE ACTION TO MEDICATION ERROR? A. SLANDER C. TEACHER-STUDENT 58. MALPRACTICE 61. COMMUNICATION B. DISHONORABLE CONDUCT 62. THE NURSE D. SHE IS MORE THAN AWARE OF THE ETHICO-LEGAL ASPECTS OF HER PRACTICE. IN HER CARE OF PATIENTS. LEGAL D. SALEX ALIBOGHA. 51.RN C. SALEX ALIBOGHA B. BECAUSE OF THE MALPRACTICE BILL FILED IN CONGRESS. MALPRACTICE B. STAFF NURSE D. IT IS A GOOD GUIDELINE IN DEALING WITH CLIENTS B. FORGERY C. THE CHART IS A PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATION AND SHOULD BE PROTECTED BY SEAL OF SECRECY 56. LIBEL D. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS MAY NOT BE COVERED BY QUALIFIEDLY PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATION? A. A. THE SEAL OF SECRECY OF A PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATION CAN BE REVEALED IN WHAT INSTANCES? A. AS THE NURSE CARRIES OUT THE DOCTORS ORDER SHE FINDS QUESTIONABLE ORDER. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE ABOUT PATIENTS CHART? A. THE CONTENT OF THE CHART IS OWNED BY THE HOSPITAL. NOTE THE CLIENTS ORIENTATION LEVEL B. LAWYER-CLIENT B. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE MOST PPROPRITAE DOCUMENTATION AS A CONSEQUENCE OF MEDICATION ERROR? A.Intensive Material Drills ||14 . NURSE-PATIENT C. SALEX ALIBOGHA. EDUCATION B. IT IS A WRITTEN STANDARD OF CARE FOR CLIENTS Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) .

1 & 2 C. RELATIVE OF THE PATIENT 4. 63. INFORM THE SUPERVISOR THAT SHE CANNOT TACKLE THE JOB 64. THE AFTERNOON DUTY NURSE. NURSE A SUSPECTED THAT HE IS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL. CASUALLY MENTION HER OBSERVATION TO THE SUPERVISOR 65. PROFICIENCY AND ETHICAL AND MORAL VALUES AFTER INITIAL REGISTRATION OF A PROFESSIONAL. NURSE B. IT CONSISTS OF PLANNED LEARNING EXPERIENCES BEYOND THE BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM. NURSE A WAS INFORMED THAT THE AFTERNOON DUTY NURSE CANNOT REPORT THAT DAY. THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS PERTAIN TO THIS ROLES AND FUNCTIONS. SUBMIT A WRITTEN PROTEST TO THE NURSE ADMINISTRATOR D. A. SKILLS. EVERY INDIVIDUAL NURSE IS RESPONSIBLE TO MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE HER KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS THROUGH CONTINUING EDUCATION WITHIN THE PROFESSIONAL NURSING ORGANIZATIONS. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING LATEST TREND HAS EXPANDED HEALTH SERVICES BASED ON PREPAID FEES WITH EMPHASIS ON HEALTH PROMOTION AND ILLNESS PREVENTION? A. WHICH TWO OF THE FOLLOWING ARE QUALIFICATIONS OF WITNESSES TO THE WILL OR ADVANCED DIRECTIVES? 1. CONFRONT NURSE B WHY IS LATE AND DRUNK C. THE ALSO DEMONSTRATES SEVERAL ROLES IN VARIETY OF HEALTH CARE SETTINGS. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ACTION WOULD PLACE HER AT GREATEST RISK OF LEGAL LIABILITY? A. HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION D. MASTERAL DEGREE B. GIBSON THAT THIS IS NOT YET A PRACTICE IN THE PHILIPPINES D. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS IS BEST DONE INITIALLY BY NURSE A? A. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS OF ERIN IS NOT WITHIN LEGAL NORMS? A. ATTACHED THE ADVANCE DIRECTIVES TO THE PATIENT’S CHARTS 66. ATTENDING PHYSICIAN A. NURSING SERVICE DIRECTOR C. GIBSON TO SIGN B. EXPLAIN TO MR.. B. PREPARE THE FORM FOR ADVANCED DIRECTIVES AND ASK MR. JUST THE SAME B. MANAGED CARE SERVICES C. CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST B. DOCTORATE DEGREE C. CONTINUING EDUCATION IN NURSING D. PRIVATE INSURANCE PLAN SITUATION 5: UNDER THE LAW.M. SCHOOL NURSING C. SHE WAS ASKED TO EXTEND HER DUTY UP TO 11:00 P. INFORM THE SUPERVISOR SHE IS GOING HOME AT 3:00 P.Intensive Material Drills ||15 . AND ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE. A. MAY EVENTUALLY RESULT TO AN ACADEMIC DEGREE B. NURSE EDUCATOR 69. 3 & 4 SITUATION 4: THE NURSE FUNCTION IN A VARIETY OF WAYS. THE COST OF HOSPITALIZATION IS GETTING MORE EXPENSIVE AND UNAFFORDABLE TO MANY OF OUR PEOPLE. 2 & 3 D. A RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH PRACTICING NURSE C. 1 & 4 B. HOME CARE SERVICES D. 18 YEARS OF AGE OLDER 2. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CAREER ROLES IS MOST EVIDENT WHEN THE FUNCTIONS OF A NURSE IS THAT OF A CLINICIAN. ASSIMILATION. ACUTE CARE SERVICES B. CONSULTANT AND RESEARCHER WITHIN A SPECIALIZED PRACTICE AREA? A. MR. ASK TWO OTHER PERSONS WHO ARE QUALIFIED TO BE WITNESSES OF THE SIGNED DIRECTIVE C. WRITE AN INCIDENT REPORT RECORDING SPECIFIC DATE AND TIME AND BEHAVIOR OBSERVED B. NURSE PRACTITIONER D. 71.M. RAISE AND ENHANCE THE PROFESSIONAL’S TECHNICAL SKILLS AND PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE. THESE FACTS WILL MOST LIKELY BRING ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING? A. FINALLY ARRIVED 2 HOURS LATE. MANAGER. PREFERRED PROVIDER ORGANIZATION C. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IS TRUE ABOUT CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION? A. A BRITISH NATIONAL WHO IS TERMINALLY ILL INSTRUCTED THE STAFF TO REFRAIN FROM GIVING HIM RESUSCITATION IN THE EVENT THAT HE GOES INTO CARDIAC ARREST. CREDENTIALING IN NURSING 72. ADVANCE PRACTICE NURSING 70. IT IS ALWAYS VOLUNTARY Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . GIBSON. NOT DESIGNATED AS THE PATIENT’S HEALTH CARE REPRESENTATIVE OR ALTERNATE 3. COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING B. 67. THE INCULCATION. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING 68. GOVERNMENT INSURANCE PLAN B. HOME-CARE NURSING D. EDUCATOR. ASK TO BE TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER WARD D. IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING A COMMUNITY-BASED NURSING PRACTICE DOES A NURSE FUNCTION WITH THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF INDEPENDENCE IN PROVIDING A VARIETY OF HEALTH RELATED SERVICES? A. REFUSE THE ASSIGNMENT IN WRITING C.

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT AN OBJECTIVE OF ICN? A. ENHANCE YOUR BASIC KNOWLEDGE D. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE TRUE ABOUT PHILIPPINE NURSE’S ASSOCIATION.2. 20 CREDIT UNITS PER YEAR B. THE NOVICE TO EXPERT MODEL B. IT IS OFFERED TO INFORM NURSES TO EMPLOYED BY THE HOSPITAL REGARDING ADMINISTRATIVE TO TQM D. 10 UNITS FOR 3 YEARS B. 1. SPECIFIC INTEREST GROUPS/ ORGANIZATION D. CLINICAL LADDER 77. ALL OF THE ABOVE B. CONTINUING EDUCATION C. IT IS THE ONLY ACCREDITED NURSE’S ASSOCIATION A. NURSES SPECIALTY CERTIFICATION COUNCIL D. EARN CREDITS FOR LICENSE RENEWAL B. 30 UNITS FOR 3 YEARS D. IT PROMOTES WELFARE OF NURSES 2. UNDER THE CURRENT NURSING LAW AND NURSING LEGISLATION. YOU ARE ATTENDING A CERTIFICATION PROGRAM ON CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR) OFFERED AND REQUIRED BY THE HOSPITAL EMPLOYING YOU. IMPROVE STANDARD OF NURSING AND COMPETENCE OF NURSES 81. 60 CREDITS FOR 3 YEARS D.3 C. ABILITIES. IT IS A LABOR UNION 4. IT IS OFFERED BY EMPLOYER TO INFORM STAFF NURSES ABOUT NEW EQUIPMENT AND ITS USES AS WELL AS CURRENT DEVELOPMENT IN NURSING B. PHILIPPINE RED CROSS 82. CAREER ENHANCEMENT D. 1. AND EXPERIENCE OF EACH PRACTITIONER IS CALLED: A. THIS IS: A. IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS GENERALLY NOT POSSIBLE FOR MOST NURSES TO BECOME ACTIVELY INVOLVED? A. INVOLVEMENT IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION. PHILIPPINE NURSES ASSOCIATION C. GET IN TOUCH WITH COLLEAGUES IN NURSING C. 10 CREDIT UNIT REQUIRED 78. SERVE AS AUTHORITATIVE VOICE OF NURSES AND NURSING INTERNATIONALLY C. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING REFERS TO IN-SERVICE EDUCATION? A. RESPONSIBILITY OF THE SCHOOL 73. NATIONAL LEAGUE OF GOVERNMENT NURSES 80. NO UNITS REQUIRED SITUATION 6: ONE WAY NURSES CAN DEMONSTRATE PROFESSIONAL COMMITMENT IS BY ACTIVE. INTEGRATED REGISTERED NURSE’S ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES B. RESOLUTION NUMBER 2004-179 PROVIDES THAT THE TOTAL CPE CREDIT UNITS FOR THE REGISTERED PROFESSIONALS WITH BACCALAUREATE DEGREE SHOULD BE: A. IT IS OFFERED BY THE SCHOOL TO ITS ALUMNI IN ORDER TO ENHANCE THE GRADUATES EMPLOYABILITY AND COMPETENCE C. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS CAN YOU BECOME A MEMBER TO IMPROVE YOUR SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE AS ADVANCE PRACTICE NURSE? A. THE STANDARDIZED GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATIONS OF CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (CPE) FOR ALL PROFESSIONAL. PROFESSIONAL COURSE TOWARDS CREDITS B. A MEANS OF FACILITATING PROFESSIONAL STAFF DEVELOPMENT IS BY BUILDING UPON SKILLS. WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION B. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION C. THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF NURSES (ICN) WAS ESTABLISHED TO ASSIST NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MEMBER COUNTRIES. ADVANCE TRAINING 75. SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP MODEL C. D. 79. WHAT IS THE REQUIREMENT FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSE TO PRACTICE NURSING? A. IT IS ADMINISTERED BY THE EMPLOYER DURING INTERVIEW AS PART OF PRE-EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATION 74.4 D. 1. IT IS A PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION 3. PRIMARILY WORKS FOR THE WELFARE OF FILIPINO NURSES D. IMPROVE STATUS OF NURSING AND PROMOTE DEVELOPMENT OF STRONG NURSING ASSOCIATION B. 30 CREDITS UNITS FOR 3 YEARS C.2. YOU JOIN A CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM TO HELP YOU: A.Intensive Material Drills ||16 . ALL EXCEPT 1 Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . UPDATE YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS RELATED TO FIELD OF INTEREST 76. IN-SERVICE EDUCATION D. 20 UNITS FOR 3 YEARS C.

HAVING ATTAINED AN ADVANCED LEVEL OF EDUCATION C. RA 7600 93. RESEARCH AND TRAINING SITUATION 9: THE JUNE 2006 NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATIONS LEAKAGE ISSUE HAS TAINTED AND TARNISHED THE IMAGE OF THE FILIPINO NURSE IN THE WORLD. DEPENDENT ON MEDICAL PROFESSION B. YOU HAVE FINISHED YOUR ORIENTATION PROGRAM RECENTLY AND YOU ARE BEGINNING TO ASSIMILATE THE CULTURE OF THE PROFESSION. NURSING IS: A. BENNER’S “PROFICIENT” NURSE LEVEL IS DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER LEVELS IN NURSING EXPERTISE IN THE CONTEXT OF HAVING: A. TRADITIONALLY NURSING IS CONCERNED WITH: A. NOVICE NURSE C. YOU WILL RANK YOURSELF AS A/AN: A. NURSE GENERALIST C. ADVOCACY IS EXPLAINED BY THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. A HOLISTIC UNDERSTANDING AND PERCEPTION OF THE CLIENT D. HUMAN EXISTENTIALIST D. HAS WIDE RANGE OF AUTONOMY AND ACTS LIKE A PHYSICIAN IN A PRIMARY CARE SETTING IS? A. PRESERVATION OF HEALTH AT ALL COST B. CURE AND REHABILITATION 90. COMPETENT NURSE B. CARE OF HOSPITALIZED PROFESSION 91. THE MODERN CONCEPT IS THAT. THE PUBLIC HAS SUSPECTED THE INTEGRITY OF THE PROFESSIONAL NURSE. SCOPE OF NURSING PRACTICE INVOLVES THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES EXCEPT: A. NURSE SPECIALIST C. CARE OF SICK AND INFIRMED C. THE PRIMARY GOAL IN NURSING PRACTICE IS: A. CLINICIAN C. THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS PERTAIN TO THE PRACTICE 89. NURSE SPECIALIST B. HIRING AND TRAINING OF NURSE’S AID B. RA 9173 C. USE OF NURSING PROCESS C. A TYPE OF EXPERT THAT CONSIDERS BOTH EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION AS ELEMENTS OF BECOMING AN EXPERT AND INTEGRATES ALL ASPECTS OF THE NURSING PROFESSION? A. HIGHLY-TECHNICAL C. IN ORDER TO REGAIN THE TRUST AND CONFIDENCE OF THE PUBLIC. SKILLED AND LEARNED PROFESSION 92.” THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS PERTAIN TO THE ROADMAP TO THE NURSING PROFESSION: 94.Intensive Material Drills ||17 . RA 7164 D. ADVANCED BEGINNER 84. AS YOU BECOME SOCIALIZED INTO THE NURSING “CULTURE” YOU BECOME A PATIENT ADVOCATE. PROMOTION OF HEALTH C. TECHNOLOGIST SITUATION 8: THE NURSING PROFESSION IS ONE OF THE AUTONOMOUS PROFESSION IN THE COUNTRY. PROTECTING AND SUPPORTING ANOTHER PERSON’S RIGHTS 86. NURSE EXPERT D. ALL OF THE ABOVE 87. DEMOSTRATING LOYALTY TO THE INSTITUTION’S RIGHTS C. THE BOARD OF NURSING HAS DRAFTED THE “ROADMAP TO THE NURSING PROFESSION. TRUST AND COLLABORATION IN MEETING HEALTH NEEDS D. TRADITIONALIST B. HEALTH EDUCATION D.SITUATION 7: YOU ARE NEWLY HIRED NURSE IN TERTIARY HOSPITAL. PROFESSIONAL NURSING AND SCOPE OF NURSING IS BASED ON: A. PREVENTION OF ILLNESS D. CARE OF UNDERPRIVILEGED D. ABILITY TO ORGANIZE AND PLAN ACTIVITIES B. AUTONOMOUS D. A RANGE OF NURSING WHEREBY THE NURSE FUNCTIONS WITH PERSPECTIVE AUTHORITY. NURSE EXPERT 88. NURSE GENERALIST B. INTUITIVE AND ANALYTIC ABILITY IN NEW SITUATIONS 85. YOU ARE A BEGINNING NURSE PRACTITIONER. THE ROADMAP TO THE NURSING PROFESSION SERVES AS? Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . IT IS CHARACTERIZED BY SERVICE ORIENTATION AS PRIMARY CONSIDERATION AND EACH MEMBER HAS THEIR OWN SPECIAL PREPARATION OR TRAINING. THE NURSING CURRICULUM EXPECTS YOU TO GRADUATE AS? A. NURSE PRACTITIONER D. CARE OF HEALTHY INDIVIDUAL B. SHARED RESPECT. RESPECTING A PERSON’S RIGHT TO BE AUTONOMOUS B. USING BENNER’S STAGES OF NURSING EXPERTISE. RA 877 B. 83. PROFICIENT NURSE D.

PNA D. ALL OF THE ABOVE 97. 10 Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . GUIDELINES FOR PATIENT CARE B. SULONG C. 20 YEARS C. A. ALL OF THE ABOVE 99. 5 C. THE THEME FOR ROADMAP TO THE NURSING PROFESSION IS? A. CODE OF ETHICS B. SULONG FILIPINO. THE ROADMAP TO THE NURSING PROFESSION IS A TARGET FOR HOW MANY YEARS? A. COMPETITION C. RA 9173 C. 4 B. SULONG B. BON B. CODE ON GOOD GOVERNANCE D. WHAT IS THE LEGAL AGENCY FOR THE ADOPTION OF ROADMAP TO THE NURSING PROFESSION? A. SOLIDARITY B. SULONG PATIENTS. GOALS AND TARGETS FOR RECREATING IMAGE OF NURSING PROFESSION C. ALL OF THE ABOVE 96. SULONG D.Intensive Material Drills ||18 . CHED 100. THE ROADMAP TO THE NURSING PROFESSION CONSISTS OF HOW MANY FACTORS? A. LEGAL BASIS FOR EDUCATION D. ACCOUNTABILITY D. WHAT IS NEEDED FOR NURSES TO REALIZE THE ROADMAP TO THE NURSING PROFESSION? A. LEGAL BASIS FOR PRACTICE OF NURSING 95. THE ROADMAP OF THE NURSING PROFESSION IS ANCHORED ON? A. 50 YEARS 98. DOH C. 6 D. 10 YEARS B. 25 YEARS D. SULONG NURSES.

mutual respect. When collaborating with other health team members. Mr. all Filipino professionals d. negotiation. service orientation 10. he is referred by the oncology nurse to a self-help group of clients with cancer to: a. needs a change in diet to improve her health status. Mr. professional adjustments b. YOU ARE ASSIGNED TO THE MEDICAL WARD. encourages the client’s involvement in his care b. conflict management. The Code of Good Governance for the professions in the Philippines shall be adapted by: a. an NCLEX and CGFNS passer 9. application b. which of the following do they also have as their final objective? a. license c. a BSN degree c. Linao. which is NOT necessarily correct? a. Which of the following is not a goal or target under institutional development? a. the financial well-being of the family SITUATION 2: THE PRC REGULATES THE PRACTICE OF 42 PROFESSION ON THE PHILIPPINES. a nursing license d. read fiction and nonfiction materials 7. ONE OF THESE IS COLLABORATION AND TEAMWORK. negotiation. vocation c. Linao. social worker d. goal setting d. the well-being of the community b. Which of the following is not a criteria for a profession: a. decision making d. This is because she has the following competencies: a. trust. all registered nurses 14. To be part of a research study d. While institutional nurses focus on the individual or the family. Nutritionist c. What serves as the foundation of our nationhood and are needed for change process? a. profession d. join a professional organization c. Mrs. Medical pathologist 4.shares and implements orders of the health team to ensure quality care c. membership d. Professional and organizational b.Intensive Material Drills ||19 . all registered professionals c. YOU NEED APPLY WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED IN PROFESSIONAL ADJUSTMENTS IN DEALING WITH THE PATIENT. Environmental infrastructure 15. and decision making b. 100% professional registry compliance b. willingness to practice the profession b. Receive emotional support c. trust. all professionals b. physical and mental fitness b. including the following EXCEPT: a. high compensation b. you refer him to a: a. degree d. nurse supervisor c. financially stable 11. Your client. A calling or invitation to a particular endeavor is termed: a. is concerned that he cannot pay his hospital bills and professional fees. trust 6. Diaz. 100% compliance with regulatory laws Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . Professional preparation of a nurse to be able to practice nursing. Filipino people c. Nurse Rita is successful in collaborating with health team members about the care of Mr. helps client set goals of care and discharge 5. discipline c. the well-being of the extended family well patients d. professional discipline 13. the well-being of both the sick and the c. negotiation c. 1. Physician b. Some strategies to maintain professional health while working in the hospital are listed below. THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS PERTAINS TO THE NATURE OF THE PROFESSIONS REGULATED BY PRC AND PROFESSIONAL BOARDS 8. REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PROFESSIONAL ADJUSTMENT & JURISPRUDENCE SET 3 SITUATION 1: WHILE WORKING AS INSTITUTIONAL NURSE IN A TERTIARY HOSPITAL. provide financial assistance b. RESEARCH. What is the basic requirement of the state for a nurse to practice her profession? a. The growth of the whole individual and the development of all his capacities in all aspects is termed: a. A1 PASSERS TRAINING. she should be referred to a: a. A diabetic hypertensive client. bookkeeping department b. adjustment d. physician 2.Dietitian d. communication. she listens to the individual views of the team members d. curriculum 12. the best description of Nurse Rita’s role is: a. special training c. networking with others in the health care field b.Cultural and educational values competencies d. Magno has lung cancer and is going through chemotherapy. assist with chemotherapy 3.

your patient c. The patient is saying that she does not want her doctor anymore and she don’t trust the medicines he’s giving. pretend that you don’t care 25. ethical dilemma c. The ability to discern what is right and what is wrong falls under the principle of? a. You are a staff nurse in a medical ward. 21.4 28. While the ability to act ethically and engage in sound conduct is ? a. THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS CALL FOR ETHICAL DECISIONS AND COMPETENCE. The nurse should: a. In the absence of a physician. do nothing 24. THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS PERTAINS TO THE CODE ON GOOD GOVERNANCE FOR THE PROFESSIONS: 16. During doctor’s round. 1. As per request of the patient 26. BON Resolution 220 17. report it to your supervisor 23.3. the hallmark of TRUE PROFESSIONAL IS? a. your co-nurse asked you to take care of her patient because she’s going to call her mother on the phone. ignore the order c. teamwork c. ignore the patient’s statement and get out of her room d. Physician orders. Which of the following are considered professional functions of a nurse? a. the nurse may do the following except: a. willingness to accept a set of professional standards 18. ethical conscience c. Under what circumstances may a nurse make a medical or surgical diagnosis? a. ethical awareness d. ethical commitment 19. no one d. The following are general principles of professional conduct. go with the doctor’s round Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . RA 220 c.3 c. a. ignore the order c. discipline d. WHICH SERVES AS THE FOUNDATION FOR PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND ATTITUDES AS A PROFESSIONAL. use sound judgment and perform care in relation to her skills 27. IN SUPPORT OF THE ROADMAP TO THE NURSING PROFESSION . in person or over the phone is always the source of conflict between the nurse and physician. ethical competency b. To refrain from such mistake the nurse should: a. NURSES ARE FACED WITH CIRCUMSTANCES THAT REQUIRE SOUND PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT AND DISCRETION IN ORDER TO ACT ETHICALLY BASED ON SOUND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS. give care within the scope of nursing c. call his attention tactfully to the error before carrying out his prescription b. THE INSTITUTE OF SOLIDARITY AND VALUES HAS DEVELOPED THE CODE ON GOOD GOVERNANCE FOR ALL PROFESSIONALS IN THE COUNTRY. Whenever required to evaluate patient’s condition to determine his needs b. 50% passing rate in NLE d.4 d. LOI 220 b. ethical competency b.Intensive Material Drills ||20 . Under emergency conditions c. The legal basis for the code on good governance is? a. write a report required by head nurse b. ethical commitment d. the nurse should. inspire that patient and instill in him faith and confidence in the competency of the physician b. ethical awareness b. you find yourself faced with the following activities. 1.3. EXCEPT? a. EO 220 d. solidarity b. all of the above SITUATION 4: IN THE PRACTICE OF NURSING PROFESSION. to inform or update your co-nurse every now and then 22. ethical confidence d. Which should you give priority? a. prescribe medication and treatment b. ethical competency c.4 b. look at the PIMS to be sure of the drugs name and dosage d.2.2. criticize the doctor c. 2. Under the code on good governance. 1. carry out the order because it’s the doctor’s responsibility anyway d. Under no circumstances since it is the doctor’s obligation d. your patient primarily and your co-nurse’s patient b. repeat the order to the doctor b. ethical awareness 20. c. institute life-saving measures d. modernization of NLE SITUATION 3. while working. whose patient is your primary responsibility? a. While on duty a physician made a mistake in the direction given.

BSN. DOH c.3.2. you noted that staff nurses who have stayed longer in the unit start charting as early as 9 am after a brief visit to their patients.4. nurse providing services b. the advance degree needed is? a. master’s degree in nursing a. bring the matter to head nurse c. Doctoral degree in nursing b. attend to nursing student’s inquiry d. environmental sanitation as competencies required by? a. one year clinical practice in specialization field 4. You are assigned to assist the doctor in a D and C procedure fully aware that the operation has no therapeutic value and is against your conscience. what would be the appropriate action to take? a. how will you respond to the situation? a.5 34. all except 4 b. BSN. 1. nursing process nursing d. master’s Degree 5.3. 1. 1. professional tax c. a. 32. 1.4. follow their practice to save nursing time b. BSN. When providing health care service. respond to the patient call for assistance 29. An occupational health nurse or industrial nurses in workplace must be equipped with a basic competence in? a. BON b. BSN. all except 2 c. assist in the operation despite your conscience b. member of APO a.RN with Masters Degree in Nursing d.RN with Masters Degree in Nursing d. Armed forces Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . For staff development coordinator. 1. 5 year of experience in Nursing a. A school nurse must be equipped with basic knowledge on nutrition.2. intravenous therapy license 39. physician providing services c. 1 year clinical practice Nursing 3. refuse to assist in the operation 31. c. 1. specialization in Nursing Education 38. policies of the agency SITUATION 5: ADJUSTMENTS IN A CHOSEN FIELD OF NURSING IS AN IMPORTANT ASPECT IN THE PROFESSIONAL LIFE OF THE NURSE FOR HER TO FUNCTION WELL IN A CHOSEN CAREER. initiate discussion of the matter in a regular meeting c.5 c. all of the above 36. occupational tax b.2. The dean of a College of Nursing must posses the following qualification? 1. In your job as new staff nurse. member of PNA 5. nine units in graduate school in nursing management 5. family planning c. RN 2. report the matter to the head nurse 30. the central focus during planning health care should be on the: a. RN 2. first aid and emergency and disaster b. masters degree in nursing 4. DEPED d. continue care of the patients and do charting later d. Doctoral degree in nursing b. BSN. Military Nurses must be equipped with height. five years experience in nursing practice 3.3. one year experience abroad 3. As private duty nurse in the private hospital. PRC 40. as part of your professional obligation. Chief Nurses in primary hospitals are required to possess the following competencies. In order to quality for a faculty position in the college of nursing. The basic qualifications of a beginning staff nurse position is? a. all except 5 33.5 b. RN 2.RN c.3 c. the following are required: 1. you are obliged to pay what tax in the exercise of your profession. member of PNA 4.2. specialization in Nursing Education 37. THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS PERTAINS TO THE FOLLOWING QUALIFICATIONS IN A CHOSEN FIELD OF NURSING. consumer of services offered d. all of the above 35. request another nurse to take your place d. privilege tax d.RN c.4 d. in-service trainor and quality assurance coordinator.4. age and health requirements and proper military and hospital training under the auspices of? a. 1.4 d.Intensive Material Drills ||21 . all except 3 d. all of the above b.

SPECIALTY CERTIFICATION IS ONE OF THE CAREER MOBILITY AND ENHANCEMENT IN THE NURSING PROFESSION. ORAP 54.RA 9173 D. or who puts up their own clinic and cater to their own patient? a.Intensive Material Drills ||22 . ICN B. RA 9173 d. The first woman general in the armed forces of the Philippines who became the first chief nurse of the Nurse Corps. OHNAP D.RA 1054 Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) .Nurse Corps. 46. Theta Tau Sigma 52. Beta Upsilon Tau B. Extraprofessional responsibilities of the nurse include among others. The organization that trains nurses for intravenous therapy composed of chief nurses and directors of nursing service is? A. ADPCN B. Community health nurses are gocerned and protected by which of the following legislations? a. THE NURSE SHOULD NOT ONLY OBSERVE PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES BUT ALSO EXTRAPROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND OBLIGATIONS. Teodora Alonso 42. complemental nursing c. the pioneer in Independent practice is. THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS PERTAIN TO NURSES’ EXTRAPROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES. the first accredited organization that the nurse should join is? A. DOH League of Nurses 51. DOH c.Elvigia Ruiz Mendoza d. however after 3 months your invitation to work abroad was approved. 1. advance practice nurse SITUATION 6. honor contract with the hospital B. IRNAP C. IRC D. b. pay her income taxes B. procedures.clinic nursing B. Which of the following is not an extra professional responsibilities of the nurse in public service? A. Philippine National Red Cross D.2. resign 15 days before your scheduled departure 49. IVF association 53. Philippine Nurses Association C. buy-out the contract D. A. RA 7160 c. A newly graduate nurse should be a member of the first nursing organization which is? A.5 B. all of the above 47. none of the above 48. AFP 41. A. what is your professional obligation. advanced practice nursing b. In the history of Philippine nursing . ANSAP C. SOP and guidelines are usually developed by what organization? A. Independent nursing practitioners are nurses who practice their profession outside of the purely dependent functions. nurse specialist b.RA 7164 C. THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS PERTAIN TO SPECIALIZATION: 56. the doctor c. Surgical conscience. pay her occupational/privilege tax C. The first international fraternity of nursing scholars and experts is? A. Romela Catunao b.all of the above 44.1. PMA D. take a leave of absence C. Melchora Aquino c. DOH-NLGN D. Primary Nurses are working under the umbrella of? a. participate in political activities of nurses 4. ICN Council of Nurses B. home care nursing d. IRNAP C. clarify issues in nursing perception A. private duty nursing C . RA 7305 b.3. PNP d. the family who sought the nurse’ services 45. the hospital who employed the nurse b. all except 3 C. clinic nursing 43. Sigma Theta Tau D. all except 5 D. Integrated Registered Nurses Association B. NURSES ARE ENCOURAGED TO UNDERGO SPECIALIZATION UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS. nurse entrepreneur c. They are also engaged in entrepreneurship. IMAP 55. Sigma Theta Tau 50. Philippine Nurses Association C. You signed a two year contract with the local hospital. ORNAP B.RA 877 B. attend in-service training 5. Which of the following nurse practice acts mandates comprehensive specialty program? A. join nursing associations D. The term used for nurses who are practicing alone in their chosen filed. occupational nursing D. was? a. Who is liable in case Private duty nurse practitioners who are practicing independently commits an erroe in rendering nursing care? a.the nurse herself d. independent nurse practitioner d. AFP. The only accredited association of nurses to the international council of nurses is? A. Alumni Association D. promote spirit and cooperation among nurses 3. Sigma Lambda Tau C. The organization which awards the Florence Nightingale award of the world is? A. join professional associations 2. MCNAP C. JNFI SITUATION 7. PNA B. psychiatric nursing practice 57. After passing the Nurse Licensure Examinations.

Infanticide D. express contract D.3 B. testator 72. By evident premeditation B. Subpoena D. thesis 66. the case is criminal D. CS delivery C.90 hours D. accomplice to abortion B. Asthma attack 70. nurse clinician C. 5 years C. A purpose D.60 hours C. The crime of murder is committed by the nurse using any of the following attendant circumstances? A.4 C. wanted to save her reputation from the society as well as her fans because she is a famous telenovela actress.3. when the law of the state mandates it divulgence B. overtime pay 74.150 hours 60. Stare decisis 71. 10 years 61. 1. all of the above 73. Murder C. 220 C. The criminal offense is usually committed on what period of pregnancy? A. He is a friend of the nurse and helps him intercepts health program. 12-24 weeks C. Monitored research C. the crime committed by the nurse is: A. The highest level of specialty under the current Philippine standards is? A. By use of explosion D. The nurse can divulged privilege communication only when: A. Consent C. DOH 3. BON Resolution No. When a patient enters a doctors clinic for treatment. What is the best response of the nurse? A. 14 D. Master’s in Public Health 63. any of the above 59. the patient gives his consent C.2. accompany laborers to the DOLE good relationship with laborers C. none of the above 76. Lawful purpose B. intestate B. acute care facilities D. PNA 4. It can be availed in the following conditions except: A. wellness centers B. All of the following are requirements of a contract except: A. the basic educational qualification shall be: A. To become a nurse clinician III. principal to abortion C. Summon C. BON 2. 7 years D.3 years B. Renewal for certification under the specialty program shall be done every? A. nurse specialist B. The right to join union C. Homicide 77. descendent D. Res ipsa loquitor C.4 D.high tech centers C. She killed 5 day old infant named Joshua. The legal mandate for the creation of nursing specialty certification council or NSCC is? A. Angelica is now being under what crime? A.3. 55 64. The surgeons together with the OR nurse left gauze inside the uterine cavity of the patient after normal spontaneous delivery. single contract 69. dead testificandum 67. interprets provision of RA 1054 75. the research requirement is? A. 1. Respondeat Superior D. giving assistance to suicide D. maternity leave only for full term pregnancies D. Nurses desiring to be first level clinicians shall have attended how many hours of training? A.120 hours B. assists in preparing complaints D. Abortion is an act criminally punished in our country. accessory to abortion Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . One who dies without leaving a will? A. An order coming from the court or the board of nursing concerning the release of a chart from a certain hospital: A. With the advent of globalization. 23-29 weeks D.58. Philhealth benefits is one of the public health maintenance organization of the government. 25 B. Rhinoplasty B. research protocol B. nurses are expected to be in what field of nursing practice?. Pneumonia D. nurse practitioner 62. 2. Force majeure B. MAN D. prevention of accidents and promotion of B.Intensive Material Drills ||23 . implied contract B. By treachery C. In order to become a nurse clinician II or level II specialty. BSN C. all of the above 78. BON Resolution No. The crime of abortion is the termination of pregnancy before the fetus viability. The patient asked the nurse to recommend names of doctors that the nurse knows for the purpose of aborting the fetus in her womb as to keep her reputation in the community and her family. succession C. The labor code provides for the following except: A. Parricide B. this is an example of: A. nurse practitioner D. completed research D. The nurse are considered guilty based on the doctrine of: A. Angelica. fully witnessed by three individuals 68. BON Resolution No. The Nursing Specialty Certification Council is composed of the following: 1. Specialty Group A. ten percent night differential B. PHD B. Jackie is a union leader in the company. Subpoena duces tecum B. all of the above 65. A . formal contract C. BON Resolution No. 5 months of pregnancy B.

birth law defect Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . 1 and 2 C. Revoke Miss Andres License C. Subpoena B. 4. and 4 D. During investigation it was decided that the watcher be called upon to testify regarding her knowledge of the case. and 3 86. illegal detention B. The relatives claimed that there was a failure to render proper nursing management when the client was having asthmatic attack. A will may be allowed under the following conditions except: A. a permanent right B. Accomplice D. the nurses liability is: A. verify from other nurses why it was nit charted A. Complainant 83. You noted that a “STAT” medication which you know was given was not recorded. The hearing officer would have to issue what legal order to compel the doctor to bring the patients chart? A. aggravating 92. an order of quarantine for HIV patient C. 2 and 3 B. 3. Miss Andres and three other staff nurses are subjects of an administrative case filed with the Board of Nursing because of negligence. make her write an incident report 4. call the attention of the medication team 2. Respondents D. accidental killing D. The nurse knows that a legally acceptable ground to detain a patient is: A. a privilege to practice C. three witness of legal age D. The doctor assigned to the dead patient who was also sued together with the nurses. justified C. 1. If the nurse charted that the mother delivered to an alive baby boy when the baby was a girl can be liable of: A. promise or reward 87. mentally insane patient B. written by the testator himself D. done before a lawyer C. When an error is immediately reported in the course of a performance. Which of the following is a grave felony? A. Which of the following? A. one of the witnesses has been convicted of perjury C. Accomplices B. Obeying a lawful order of the superior C. guilty of committing euthanasia B. Injunction C. Subject her to a five years imprisonment D. a testator is deaf mute B. Accessories C. Sentence Miss Andres for life imprisonment B. simulation contract D. substitution of a child C. Demand a 40. Injunction D.79. Act committed during epidemic or calamity B. Complaints 81.Intensive Material Drills ||24 . Which of the following is a mitigating circumstance? A. Subpoena duces tecum C. 1. Summon D. Defendant C. a means to enjoy the privilege of a licensed practitioner D. a witness is left handed in writing 90. You are expected to do the following in the order. with at least one witness B.00 fine 85. let her explain reason why it was not charted 3. was told to bring with him a copy of the patients’ chart when he takes the stand on the next hearing. 4. As a charge nurse of one of the teams you are responsible to check the chart of the patients assigned to your team. only for qualified nurses who is fit to enter nursing 91. the Board of Nursing will most likely: A. 2. Summons 84. Subpoena duces tecum B. all of the above 88. Subpoena 82. those suffering from extremely infectious disease 80. exempted B.000. 2. killing a patient by poisoning D. Miss Andres and three other staff nurses are considered which of the following? A. detaining a patient positive for leprosy D. The family of dead patient who filed an administrative case against the nurses are considered. Accessory B. signed and dated by an assistant 89. The watcher can be compelled to be presents in the next hearingif the investigating body issues which of the following? A. convicted for induced abortion C. A professional license is all of the following except: A. If found guilty of negligence. mitigated D. A holographic will is one which is A.

National Bureau of investigation C. Revised Penal Code D. none of the above 94.late after having 5 bottles of beer every night. The correct authority to receive report of child abuse nearest your Community health center is? A. A new OR nurse finds she is to assist in bilateral salphingectomy operation. Tell the court everything D. file a law suit against the person for damage C. How could you respond to the situation? A. systematically pal on how to have a vindication for the damage done to you B. Report the case to the authority B. If you think that person has done something seriously wrong to you. plan your own revenge in accordance with law 95.Intensive Material Drills ||25 . What is the legal basis for child protection? A. Which of the following should be considered by the nurse before getting the client patient to sign the operative consent? A. Evaluate the client’s level of conscious and intellectual capability B. Maui Tailor is a 12 year old girl. Provide proper deposition and medico-legal findings B. expressed contract C. Examine herself for the meantime and wait until she became a midwife B. U. You suspected child abuse. formal contract B. Alis disease Campaign C. Barangay Captain 100. hire someone to take revenge for you D. Seek further advice from the spiritual adviser D. Withhold all medication eight hours prior to obtaining the consent 97. Her father works in a vulcanizing shop and comes home . Ascertain that the surgeon has prepared the client explaining the proposed operative procedure D. Bantay Bata B. the correct action to do get redress pf the injury received is to: A. Assist when the indication for the operation is medically certain C. Refer to a social worker and file a case against her parents C.93. Report the whole matter to the head nurse 96. Maui was brought to you with complaints of abdominal pain and tenderness of her genital area but her mother never mentioned to you any reasonable explanation. you would: A. What would you do as CHN nurse? A. Assess what type of family does she belong D. declaration of “Children’s Rights” 98. this kind of agreement is called: A. implied consent D. Save yourself C. She has heard that this might involve a question of mortality. If you were called to court as witness that Maui was victim of child abuse as CHN. The Child and Youth and Welfare Code B. Commission of Human Rights D.N. Sedate the client to make sure she is relaxed enough to sign the consent from without mild anxiety C. You were among the neighbors of Maui and you can hear her shouting “wag po Itay” Maui is avictim of child abuse. Answer questions as asked Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . When a nurse and patient verbally agree that the nurse will handle the home delivery for a fee. Treat the child and keep quiet 99. The head nurse tells that she has nothing to worry about.

civil service commission C. it provides for Christmas bonus 5. March 15 C. which of the following behaviors is improper for the nurse A. This action of the nurse is considered A. all board passers must register their names 3 months after they received the result C. The professional tax is paid annually every: A. Malpractice 9. December B. General rating of 75% with no rating below 60% the first examination B. No fourth examination is given 12. her action in the crime makes her: A. January first week 6. Resckless negligence C. False documents submitted to acquire license C. accessory C. A1 PASSERS TRAINING. other requirements for licensing examination for nurses include the following: A. Nurse Sarah was requested by a graduating student nurse May to sign a form for character reference. Miss Reyes. All of the above B. Soliciting donations from the milk companies to give milk to disasters victims D. According to the milk code. Inconsequential since there was no B. principal B. Excusable intention D. Maximum period of imprisonment C. Appending the BSN/RN title even without it being earned B. twenty years old from Medical College of Nursing submitted her application for nurse licensure examination but was refused because: A. office of the president 14. Diploma as BSN oath D. If a nurse assists the doctor in performing illegal abortion to a patient who paid for said illegal service. First week of January 7. Prevent injury D. Luckily. a rating of 75% is needed in a repeated subject C. RESEARCH. The nurse who just arrived to Saudi Arabia for a job as OR nurse was apprehended with 15. April 15 D. Refer to psychiatrist B. To pass the second examination.9 grams burn a pot session with his old time friends. accomplice D. Call police officer C. Nurse Sarah clarified that the condition for rating the examinations are as follows except: A. One of the following is true regarding the concept of registration of those who passed the local licensure examination for nurses: A. there were two witnesses when signed the contract D. none of the above 10. Promoting the use of a specific brand milk to a new lactating mother B. Miss Reyes passed the examination and is waiting for the issuance of a certificate to practice nursing. Appointing a Dean without a Master’s Degree 3. The deadline for filling an income tax returns according to the national internal revenue code is: A. Encouraging mothers to breastfeed their children 8. December 31 B. March D. Establishing a nursing home without license D. registration is dispensable since already passed the examination B. The following are her probable penalties except? A. A nurse unintentionally places a wrong identification tag on a pediatric patient resulting to an error in medication due to improper patient. Teaching mother on the alternative ways of artificial feeding if breast feeding is not impossible C. she has coerced into the contract C. professional regulation commission B. board of nursing D. her application was not under oath D. A working contract signed by the nurse and with her employer will only be valid if: A. REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PROFESSIONAL ADJUSTMENT & JURISPRUDENCE SET 4 1. Re-examination in all subjects with one year if she failed the second examination D. This responsibility primarily belongs to the A. registration and passing the license examination are two separate act Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . Revocation of her license B. Suspension for one year 4.Intensive Material Drills ||26 . A PRC application form accomplished under C. Birth certificate 11. it was filled ten days before the first day of examination B. she has voluntary accepted the terms of the contract B. Nurse responsibility in mental health is to safeguard welfare of clients. Call for help 2. she is an alien with proof of reciprocity C. When a nurse is already earning an income she needs to pay an income tax. none of the above 13. What should the nurse do in case of emergency at home? A. Maximum amount of fines or monetary penalty D. January C. The following are included as an example for prohibit practice of nursing except? A.

D. doctor’s discharge order B. registered nurse B. patient’s signature at the proper hospital form 21. patient’s consent C. probable for SARS C. LOI 1OOO 19. creates harmony among nurses C. Incompetence 20. A. RA 100 D. Mercedes was having steam inhalation which was prescribed and was carried out by the pm duty nurse. While waiting for the issuance of her license. when she detained a patient who is positive for AIDS for danger of cross-contamination D. the hospital thru the principle of respondeat superior B. a nurse is given the prerogative in hiring compared to those who are not a member thereof. Minor infarction C. A. If the reasons. upon inspection first degree burns were present. Dean J. the cause of scalding the face of Mercedes was due to the defective equipment the following are liable to court case: A. A. res ipsa loquitor C. Misdemeanor 24. when she did not allow a patient with cervical cancer with radium implant to ambulate along the hospital corridors Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . A. To legalize the patient’s release form from the hospital. colleague C. to the Philippine Nurses Association. Tort B. Effects of force majeure B. In this case the pm nurse is liable for. Simple negligence D. good moral character C. Signed by a consenting adult given due explanations by the nurse and properly signed by the witness D.Intensive Material Drills ||27 . patient’s payment D. When can a nurse be laible for illegal detention: A. under. the hospital thru force majeure C. when she confine a Vietnamese refugee to quarantine. After giving it for thirty minutes. The Philippine Nurse Association was founded in 1922 by: A. sin of commission 25. AHSE graduate 27. except: A. Being a member of PNA. revoked or suspended license D. a & c 26. Anne Sand C. Tupaz B. RA1000 B. Battery D. The first degree burns in the case above illustrates the doctrine of. Miss Santos must meet the following except: A. Sotejo D. It is valid when it is: A. Anastacia G. Negligence C. Mercedes face was red all over and soon blisters started to appear. BSN nurse D. promotes international working opportunities 18. A metal skin clip found liable in the abdominalcavity of an operated patient with recurrent fever is a basis for liability under the. what is needed? A. All of the above 22. A person is deemed to resort to fraudulent misrepresentation if she does which of the following: A. Doctrine of Respondeat Superior C.00 pesos 16. RA 10 C. a few minutes after the procedure the cheek of the patient was noted to reddened. to qualify for membership in the PNA. Reckless imprudence B. respondeat superior B. creates equality and fairness among nurses D. Doctrine of Res ipsa loquitor D. government nurses may not register anymore once they pass because they are exempted 15. registered nurse B. Signing an informed consent is one of the legal responsibilities of a nurse before an operation is done. Rosario Delgado 17. Witnesses by a blind person C. the nurse only D. Signed by a person before eighteen years of age B. create professional unity B. all of the above 23. The following are the objectives of PNA. force majeure D. The nurse’s act constitute: A. A nurse rendered steam inhalation with a conveyor or placed too close to patient’s face. when she placed cholera patient in isolation B. she accompanied one day a friend Miss Santos. must have paid a membership fee of 100.

When the patient falls out of bed. A 25 year old female patient will undergo Normal Spontaneous Delivery. explain the risk involved in surgery B. RA 7164 33. Safe nursing practice requires: A. 1919 C. When obtaining result for surgery initially the nurse should: A. report incidents of suspected child abuse to the appropriate authorities identified in legislation and policies D. undergoing a nurse residency training 36. liability B. In attending to emergency cases in the absence of a physician. During doctor’s rounds you find yourself faced with the following activities which should you give priority? A. completion of BSN C. evaluate if the clients knowledge level is sufficient to give consent D. A final requirement to the practice of nursing after passing the board examination is: A. These are the obligations associated with rights A. its compassionate and caring roles B. patient herself D. use sound professional judgment and give only care C. A person posing as a nurse and doing task of a nurse also. all of the above 32. dishonesty C. Nurses are protected from all legal action when they: A. misdemeanor C.28. Hospital authorization B. write report required by the head nurse C. professional competence B. membership in the PNA 34. registration as a nurse D. the nurse can held liable if: A. the patient’s relative 29. 1966 40. responsibility Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . perform medical functions without reporting to the physician after rendering such care 39. The first licensure examination for nurses was conducted in? A. its caring roles C. give assistance only within the area of nursing practice B. It refers to a civil wrongdoing committed against a person or a person’s property? A. she failed to assign a watcher B. malpractice 30. administer CPR measure on an unconscious child pulled from the a swimming pool C. A republic act of 1991 regulating the practice of nursing in the Philippines is: A. the nurse should remember to do the following except: A.RA 7146 B. offer first aid at the scene of an automobile bus accident B. libel B. Like other professions what is unique in professional nursing: A. from whom should the physician get the informed consent: A. institute only life saving measures D. tort D. malfeasance B. she failed to give him a sedative C. attend to your nursing students inquiry 37. RA 7641 C. a well-defined body of knowledge and examination D. 1915 B. oath taking B. without the nurse license maybe charge of: A.Intensive Material Drills ||28 . unprofessional conduct D. response to a patients call for assistance B. she knew that the patient was disoriented and in need of restraint and did nothing D. paying your occupational tax C. none of the above 38. explain that obtaining then signature is routine for any surgery C. witness the signature because this is what the nurse’s signature documents 31. fraud 41. the patient and her husband C. RA 7461 D. passing the civil service examination D. go on with the doctor’s round D. 1920 D. its involvement in nursing research 35.

B. a written account of an unusual event that may cause harm C. An act providing for a more responsive nursing profession. Dependant C. Under the new directive the PRC is under what agency? A. any of the above 50. BON D. PNA 51. DOH 54. RA 2808 48. PRC C. BON C. 2 & 3 B. Accessory B. a contract between a person and a company willing to provide legal service D. interdependent function B. RA 9165 52. C. a choice between two undesirable outcomes C. The one who leaves the will is called: A. PNA B. RA 7164 C. 6 members 4. RA 7164 B. compromise errors 46. RA 877 B. Who recommends the nurses to the position of the Board of Nursing: A. 2 chairman 3. How many nurses must be recommended per vacancy to the position of the Board per vacancy: A. An administrative agency under the office of the president which regulates all professions in the country: A. RA 877 C. respondeat superior 59. Intravenous therapy under the new law is: A. 43. RA 9173 47. a personal written account of an event B. including the chairman: 1. RA 2808 B. accomplice B. Nursing Org. PRC C. they establish a designated time frame within which a lawsuit can be filed C. The Board of Nursing is composed of how many officers. DOH 53. A quasi-judicial body which regulates the practice of nursing in the Philippines? A. RA 6136 D. PNA or any accredited Prof. relationship 42. BON D. protect nurses. independent function C. One day. Ms. President of the Philippines C. Accomplice D. RA 9173 C. they provide legal immunity for persons who give first aid at the scene of an accident D. The first true law or organic law in nursing? A. 2 & 5 56. doctors and hospitals C. 1& 3 C. Should anyone try to alter the patient’s record and cancel all possible evidences. PNA B. RA 7164 B. 1 chairman 2.1 C. RA 9173 D. protect rights of patients B. obligation D. Which statement best describes deontology: A. they provide nurses with absolute exemption from prosecution B. The first law that has something to do with nursing practice? A. 1 & 5 D. dependent function D. Which of the following is not a place of law in nursing? A. ethical study based on moral obligation B. accountability D. RA 877 D. they provide protection when nurse fail to leave people and their property alone. principal C. DOLE D. An incident report is best described as: A. 5 members A. He/ she can be charged as: A. Who appoints the members and the chairman of the board of nursing: A. a proposal that all clients be told the truth D. Principal Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) .Intensive Material Drills ||29 . RA 9173 49. BON 55. RA 7193 D. also known as “The Philippine Nursing Act of 2002” A. Which of the following is true regarding Good Samaritan laws? A. 2 D. SENATE B. 3 B. an ethical theory based on final outcome 44. DOH 57. a lawsuit alleging that a professional’s failure to act responsibly caused harm 45. PNA B. BON D. testator D. Vans requested nurse Mitz in preparing her will. 6 58. RA 2493 C. PRC C. PRC D. The law that prescribes intravenous therapy with doctors supervision? A.

Ad interim C. 5 years of continuous practice conduct D. RA 7600 B. human working condition C. members of PNA 3. president of a review program for PNLE B. injury and proximal cause C. better career prospects 74. Ad-interim appointment C. At time of their appointment. the appointment is: A. error and assault D. Hospital directory C. Hold-over B. 5 years Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . Hold-over B. there exists: A. Thorough investigation B. To protect and improve the nursing profession. Baby friendly Act of 2000 66. Mario cannot raise the amount for the hospital bill of her son due to poverty. Special appointment 76. injury. the persons appointed shall institute the following except: A. code of ethics B. the patient must be able to prove: A. medicare code 61. the state shall institute the following measures except: A. Rooming in and breastfeeding Act of 1992 D. RA 1080 C. proximal cause and lack of concern B. all of the above 71. The best example of this is: A. the hospital involved including the nurse may be charged for: A. RA 7305 C. Malpractice D. if the hospital refuse to release the patient due to his account.60. The three areas of nursing represented in the Board of Nursing. 3 B. RA 7600 provides that babies born in private and government hospitals should be roomed in with their mothers to promote breastfeeding and ensure safe and adequate nutrition to children. proximal cause. RA 9173 D. Administrator can determine that care meets acceptable standards B. RA 6425 B. RA 7160 65. 10 years of continuous practice master’s degree holding in nursing A. 2 D. It can be a source for legal disputes 69. all except 1 C. error. error. 3 years B. 1 C. consulting other leaders D. 6 70. Assault B. RA 3573 D. Clients may choose the care they think is appropriate D. all except 3 B. Shall not accept any office in government owned or controlled corporation C.Intensive Material Drills ||30 . dignified existence of the nurse D. RA 3573 67. shall have pecuniary interest in nursing supervision D. This information is found in the: A. Slander C. Standard for nursing practice are important as objective guidelines for nurse to provide care and as criteria for evaluating care. Regular appointment D. Use of administrative position C. RA 7432 B. presence of complaint for immoral C. The act that gives honor and justice to our people’s long tradition of giving high regard to our elderly: A. this is also known as the: A. Resign from any teaching position in any school offering BSN B. How many nurses may be nominated per vacancy to the position of the Board? A. patient’s bill of rights D. the chairperson and the members of the Board must possess the following qualifications: 1. If a patient sues a nurse for malpractice. Special appointment 75. abuse of power 68. negligence and nurse error 62. The court can only review the decision of the Board of Nursing if it treat once or unconstitutional. When a nurse serves the unexpired portion of the term of a board member. Illegal Detention 63. The maximum number of years a member of the board can serve is? A. RA 7164 C. Regular appointment D. RA 7432 D. RA 9165 64. naturalize born citizen 72. This nursing law of 2002 was passed to provide for a more responsive nurse profession? A. Which of the following does not disqualify a nurse to the position of the Board of Nursing? A. all except 2 D. The patient always has the right to examine and read even his chart and receive explanation of all documentation. The recent act providing punishment for illegal sale and administration of all prohibited drug is: A. Rooming-In and Breastfeeding act of 2001 C. Nurses can test and determine what is correct in giving nursing care C. naturalized born 2. Baby friendly Act of 1992 B. monetary reward B. Which of the following is best clearly defined standard? A. When the members of the Board shall hold office until their successors shall have been appointed and qualified. shall not have any connection in nursing review center 73.

PNA 80. Neglect of duty C. PNA 79. Licensure B. Promulgate Code of Ethics for Nurses 85. Which of the following exempt a nurse from negligence: Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . Do volunteer training in the community B. Who had the power to revoke and suspend certificates of registration A. PRC modernization Act of 2000 is: A. BON B. The qualifications of the members of the Board shall be based on the doctrine of: A. except: A. Registration C. Conducting hearings and investigation to resolve complaints against nurse practitioner is performing the function of? A. 10 years 93. The following are powers and duties of the Board except: A. Hold-over C. cause of revocation has disappeared B. except: A. all of the above 83. 5 years B. A and B only 90. suspend or revoke license B. cause of revocation is not yet cured D. Open and close Colleges of Nursing D.Intensive Material Drills ||31 . Prescribing. Have Master units in Nursing D. Requirements for registration in said country are substantially the same B. all of the above 84. Special Appointment 78. Quasi-judicial C. 10 years 77. A revoked or suspended certificate may be reissued for the following reasons. Minor administrative violations B. Quasi-judicial C. Malfeasance 95. upon proper application and payment 94. Administrative B. a successful candidate shall be required to: A. the cases. 2 years C. Malpractice/ Negligence C. DOH B. PNA C. When a nurse injected a medicine without doctors order. Specialization D. C. RA 8981 B. Malpractice D. Plagiarism B. They have the same salary D. The following are grounds for revocation and suspension of nurse’s certificate of registration. Hold –over C. issuing and promulgating guidelines and regulations to implement the nursing law is performing the function of? A. Quasi-judicial C. Conduct licensure examinations C. except: A. Salary range 81. RA 9165 87. Quantum merit D. PRC D. Do volunteer training in the hospital C. RA 9173 C. The Board of Nursing is under the administrative supervision of: A. The suspension of license shall be for a period not exceeding? A. Quasi-legislative D. Administrative B. The powers and functions of the board under the law are classified as: A. The process of determining whether minimum competence to practice nursing is met or not: A. Gross incompetence or serious ignorance D. Take an oath before the Board 89. Irregularities in the licensure examinations D. Merit and fitness B. Presence of a case of immoral or dishonorable conduct B. PRC D. Negligence C. RA 6675 D. Quasi-legislative D. Who has the custody of the records of the Board. Quantum Merit D. The following are grounds for the removal and suspension of Board Members. The compensation of the members of the Board of Nursing shall be based on: A. he may be liable for: A. President C. Professional license may be issued without examination. The laws of the state grant the same privilege to Filipino Nurses C. Violation of the nursing law 92. Quasi-legislative D. Accreditation 88. Administrative B. Merit and Fitness B. president C. adopting. unprofessional conduct 86. under registration by reciprocity provided that: A. Issue. Before entering the practice of nursing. all of the above 82. 4 years D. equity and justice C. PRC D. 6 years D. DOH B. The court 91. applications and other documents? A.

Upon graduation. Res ipsa loquitor C. CHED 98.Intensive Material Drills ||32 . Administrative 7 supervisory position D. Competency based. 3 months practicum A. nurse are ready for: A. one month practicum 2. Respondeat superior D. The nursing curriculum is described as: A. Good Samaritan Law 96. 1 & 2 C. Force majeure B. 1 & 4 D. 2 & 4 Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . First-level generalized practice C. 3 months didactic 4. Competency oriented only 99. all of the above 100. The nursing education program shall provide general and professional nursing foundation in consonance with requirements of: A. Force majeure C. 1 & 3 B. The following are requirements for inactive nurses returning to practice: 1. Professional general C. Stare decisis 97. A. Community oriented D. PRC C. Stare decisis B. one month didactic 3. The nurse failed to put the side rails up for a delirious patient and the patient sustained multiple injuries. Integrated comprehensive B. A specialized nursing practice B. Respondeat Superior D. what doctrine will be applied to prove the nurse is negligent? A. BON B. PNA D.

Administrative Officer D.3 D. 1. Regional Health Office D. Mayor’s Office B. In the absence of advance directives. What should Ms. A1 PASSERS TRAINING. use of standing orders C. Her impression that the offender was “high” on drugs 2.3. Magna Carta of Public Health Workers D. He did not have his wallet so there was no way to identify him and no money to buy emergency medicines (to replace ER’s supply).4 2. mental competency D. Civil Service Law C. Night differential 2. making accurate initial assessment B. To whom do you think should she discuss her concern? A. Give emergency treatment to the patient 3. Closest relatives (spouse and children) and their contact numbers B.3.3. nurses should establish and trecord the following: A.2. 2. Uniform allowance A. all of the above 11. all of the above 4. Transportation allowance 4. Her appointed papers were processed at the: A. Remind the doctor of the provisions of RA 8344 C. Cost of living allowance 5. She was oriented to the set-up of the hospital. emergency medical records D. The resident physician on duty suggested that they transfer the patient to a government hospital. What should she include in her report? 1. Chief Nurse C. all 10. The committee’s action is consistent with the: A. Self-determination is the essence of the following: 1. A patient was brought in by a taxi driver.4 C. Which of the following responsibilities of an ER nurse are keys to effective emergency care? A. Consult the Hospital Ethics Committee D. Chief of Clinics 8. She was asked to write an incident report on the incident that almost led to the shooting of the security guard. Supervising Nurse B. She knows that a hospital should have policies on the following: A. 5. REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY PROFESSIONAL ADJUSTMENT & JURISPRUDENCE SET 5 Situation 1: Miss Denila is a staff nurse at the ER Complex of a big private medical center.5 B. 1. Governor 9. Agree with the resident physician anyway he is the “boss” B. 1.4.5 D. Chief of Hospital D.2. 2. Nursing Law 7. Patient self determination act Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) .4. RESEARCH. Head Nurse B. all B. She was unhappy with the evaluation of her by her immediate supervisor. precise reporting C. The personal appearance of the offender 3. 2 & 4 C. Denila do first? A. The narratives of people she talked to after the incident 4. Transfer and discharge of patients B. 1. all of the above Situation 2: Yelena is a new staff nurse in a provincial hospital. properly perfrom triage D. Hazard pay 3. Governor’s Office C. The patient’s and of life wishes if they are still capable C. Which of the following benefits/privileges is she entitled to? 1. She was appointed based on the fact that she was number 1 in the screening done by the Selection Committee. What she actually saw and heard A. Chief Nurse C. Local Government Code B. DOH Central Office 6. She learned that her immediate supervisor is the: A.2.Intensive Material Drills ||33 .

When the person works during special holidays. 10% B. A felony is considered consummated when: A. justifying B. Intrusion on an individual’s physical and mental solitude B. Immediately notify the physician of the patient’s response to the sedative C. Which of the following constitute invasion of privacy? A. Imbecile B. right to refuse treatment A. re-take the test 4 B. except: A. 100% D. the felony is considered as: A. A nurse applying for the board exam. 1. light felony D. none of these 18. 1 B. 30% Additional to his salary C. All the elements necessary for its execution and accomplishment are present B. Getting nursing history C. 100 days B. Complete all nursing responsibilities on time Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . Fidelity B. 50% 19.3 D. Stop giving the medicine B. None of these 17.4 12. less grave C. mitigating D. enroll and pass the regular 4th year subjects in a recognized nursing school D. 8 years old C. If an employee is asked to work on Sundays as a regular duty day. Justice D. Mr. Santos. none of these 20. Nurse Jelliana observed her to be sleeping practically the whole day. he/she should: A. Autonomy 23.2. all of the above 13. Everybody has the right to be left alone (right to privacy). The offender performs all the acts of execution which would produce the felony as a consequence but nevertheless do not produce it by reason of causes independent of the will of the perpetrator C. 1. She seemed to have become disoriented. durable power of attorney 4. 20 days 15. aggravating 21.Intensive Material Drills ||34 .2. offender is deaf and dumb 22.2 C.3. RN works in a nursing home and he knows that one of his duties is to be an advocate for his patients. grave B. Maintain the patient’s right to privacy B. living will 3. If an examinee fails 3 times. Notify chief nurse about the patient 14. 1. 10% Additional to his salary B. Mr. 2 weeks D. 30% C. Circumstances or actions which are said to be in accordance with the law is said to be: A. Write an incident report D. What should nurse Jelliana do first? A. 50% Additional to his salary D. enroll in a refresher course C. the person is entitled to how much percent additional salary per day? A. The offender commences the commission of a felony and does not perform all the acts of execution which should produce the felony D. exempting C. Bioethics C. 2. This principle states that a person has unconditional worth and has the capacity to determine his own destiny: A. 4 months C. All of the following are considered exempting. re-apply and get the board exam 16. the employee is entitled to a: A. Ethnographic interviewing D. When the law attaches the capital punishment. A patient has been ordered a sedative by her physician. performance of a lawful act D. should file his/ her application within how many days before the board exam? A. Santos knows a primary duty of an advocate is to: A.

A criminal action B. Act as the patient’s legal representative D. The nursing unit educator explains to a group of new nurse orientees that the nursing shortage has impacted medical cases in which of the following ways in society? A. it has reduced autonomy and independence of individual nurses C. The nurse manager concludes that which type of law benefits the client in this case? A. Documentation 35. Malpractice 33. A tort D. which causes complications for the client and an extended hospital stay. Administrative Law D. Tort B. Maintain a clear and open line of communication with each client C. Standard law 36. Statutory Law 29. Respondent superior C. A state board of nursing mandates that Licensed Practical Nurse/ Vocational Nurses (LPN/LVNs) are not permitted to draw blood specimens from central line devices. Nurse practice act C. National Institute of Health (NIH) 27. The nurse recognizes that this regulation is based on which type of law? A. Food and Drug Administration B. “As a nurse. the nurse manager explains to staff that the report will be forwarded to which federal agency? A. Durable power of attorney D. A nurse uses a new intravenous (IV) pump for the first time. Last will and testament B. Administrative Law D. the client developed urosepsis and died. The client receives too much intravenous (IV) fluid and develops heart failure. Constitutional law C. Statutory Law B. When asked about this behavior. The client receives too much intravenous fluids and develops heart failure. Deontology D. it has raised to a new level the need for delegation to unlicensed personnel D. these actions could be considered grounds for which of the following most specific charges? A. The nurse understands that. decisions have been made for the client. Defamation D. The nurse contacts the professional insurance carrier. It has led to refined narrow definitions of liability 25. Adhere to professional national standards of care D. Breach of Duty D. A nurse uses a new intravenous pump for the first time. State board of Nursing D. the nurse responded. After an incident occurred that involved the use of a medical device and the incident resulted in serious injury to a client. Safeguard the well being of every patient 24. Beneficence 37. I have a right to know the financial status. The nurse is concerned that which principle is of greatest concern in this client’s situation? A. The nurse is aware that which type of negligence is involved in this case? A. Statutory law D. A nurse does not use a moist heating pad (K-pad) correctly. It has led to an increase in medical errors due to understaffing B. Intentional tort C. A nurse wrongfully administers a large dose of insulin by the intravenous push (IVP) route. Maleficence C. A nurse is newly assigned to the care of a client who has not been involved in the plan of care and instead.” What is the best response of the nurse Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . Wrongful injury B. Autonomy B. The nurse anticipates that the client may file which of the following claims against the nurse to cover the additional expenses incurred? A. Communication B. Respondent superior 34. Respondeat Superior 30. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention C. Standards C. Equipment D. A nurse accidentally administers an overdose of a medication that subsequently leads to the client’s death. The nurse understands that this is a sentinel event that may have financial consequences under which of the following types of laws? A. The nurse communicates during intershift report that the client has a copy of which document in the medical record? A. Negligence C. The nurse identifies which of the following as a state statute that constitutes statutory law? A. Active Labor Act 32. offer an expression of regret to the client when you make an error B. A nurse manger observes a staff nurse access a client’s financial records. Constitutional Law C. On admission to the hospital a client gives the nurse a document naming an individual to make choices in the case of the client becoming incapacitated. Which of the following is the best measure for the professional nurse to use in rendering personal liability for malpractice litigation? A. Do-not-resuscitate order 28. Constitutional Law C. Civil Law B. Tort 31. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMMS) D. fearful of which type of legal consequence to this level of care? A. Common law B. Living will C. Develop policies to ensure adequate client assessment 26. A nurse inserted a urinary drainage catheter without properly cleaning the client’s perineal area according to agency policy and the directions on the pre-packaged kit. Good Samaritan Law B. The document also includes the client’s end-of-life wishes. A newly licensed nurse is explaining to a potential applicant to nursing school how nursing practices is regulated. Subsequently. C.Intensive Material Drills ||35 . in a court of law. and a client with diabetic neuropathy of the legs suffers a burn injury.

“This practice is not treating some clients well.” B. Student B concludes that the instructor has breached which ethical principle? A. “This is inappropriate.” B. “Some clients were not aware that other clients were able to remain in the hospital longer. Autonomy B.” D.” 41. The client I in the preoperative area of the operating room and tells the nurse that he has decided not to have the surgery. A client who is about to receive preoperative medication before surgery expresses doubts about the surgery and tells the nurse she is thinking about not having the surgery. Beneficence 43. attempts to go to the bathroom. “This is a breach in the client’s confidentiality. The client becomes impatient. The clinical rule for a nursing school is that students who arrive late to clinical must function in a nursing assistant role for the day. “I’ll have the surgeon speak to you at once. When are you coming in?” C. The chief nurse officer (CNO) who is reviewing the case concludes the nurse manager use which ethical principal to discipline the nurse? A. “Have you had any conversations with your parents about this?” 39.Intensive Material Drills ||36 . but does not uphold the rule for student B. Upon learning of this incident. the average length of stay (LOS) for clients’ medic aide health insurance is 2 days shorter than clients with private insurance. “I will refer this case to the medical director for further input and guidance. This issue has been referred to the Ethics Committee of the Hospital. “We can make an appointment with a gynecologist. the nurse determines that which nursing role is the highest priority at this time? A.” D. Justice C. “You have the right to refuse the surgical procedure.” C. Beneficence C. A nurse representative on this committee makes which statement to identify the best ethical principle that might be applied to this case? A. A client scheduled for cardiac catheterization in two hours requests more information about the risks and benefits of the procedure. Fidelity 45. so what we are dealing within in this case is an issue of beneficence. manager? A. A client who has right hemiparesis calls for assistance to go to the bathroom. What is the best response by the nurse? A. you must have the surgery. Justice B. A client who is scheduled for surgery has signed the consent. Deontology C.” B. access to the client’s financial record is not necessary. “While partial access is necessary. Justice B. How should the nurse respond? A. “This incident exemplifies that you have failed to act in a manner consistent with beneficence to the client.” B. “How do you plan to apply for your doctor’s visit?” D. In considering what reply to make to the client. Educator 42. I’ll have to tell your mother about this.” C. “You have signed the consent.” 40. therefore this cases is clearly about the issue of Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . not to provide information about the procedure and its risks and benefits. A client who is terminally ill with cancer has a choice of three treatment options. Utilitarianism B. Staff nurse on the unit considers whether to conduct the Ethic Committee after concluding that the healthcare provider has breached which ethical principle? A. Can you share your concerns with me?” D.” C. What is the nurse’s best response? A. and falls. “This incident shows that you have little regard toward fidelity to your client. A nurse responds to a combative client by hitting the client at the legs. The nurse calls the cardiologist who demands that the nurse provide the client with the information and tells the client to sign the consent. An instructor upholds the rule for student A. “We are supposed to be acting in the best interests over clients so therefore clearest issue is a breach of fidelity.” D. A 15-year-old teenager confides in a nurse that she is ready to engage in sexual activity with her boyfriend.” C. Care manager D.” C. so we are faced with an issue of veracity.” 46. “Unfortunately.” B.” B. Fidelity 47.” 38. “You may refuse the surgical procedure. the nurse manager uses which statement to discuss the appropriate ethical principle with the nurse? A. Veracity d. this client deserves this information from you. “Some clients are being treated differently from others. “You are not planning for this client’s discharge. Utilitarianism D. “This incident indicates that you have a lack of respect from your client. “My legal role in informed consent is to act as witness. In a health care system. Direct Caregiver B. “This incident directly challenges your veracity with clients. Deontology D. “Informed consent is the physician’s responsibility. Nonmaleficence D. “What is your purpose in accessing the financial record?” D. The healthcare provider decides the client will benefit from one option and leaves the client out of the decision-making process. Advocate C. Autonomy 44. The nurse manager bases disciplinary action solely on the nurse’s response to the client. Justice c. A nurse seeking to uphold which ethical principle would allow a client who has residual deficits from a stroke to complete as much of the bath as possible while remaining at the bedside to provide assistance when needed? A. The nurse who answers the call bell completes a few additional tasks on the way to the client’s room.

The patient himself B.” B. Respect for self and others 54. “You ordered it. 7164 provides that all successful examinees in the nursing licensure examination should be certificate of registration holders. You are liable to which of the following illegal acts? A. You submitted together with your nursing licensure examination application form a fake Related Nursing Experience document. Cruz. Your best response is: A. Right to consent or decline to participate in research studies or experiments D. Justice B.A. A right D. A nurse leader uses education and socialization to guide leadership decisions. In this particular situation. “There was a physician around when I did it. Falsification of documents 52. Justice C. Living will C. Bioethics B. The purpose of having a nurses' code of ethics is: A.Intensive Material Drills ||37 . When a politician takes advantage of his power in the performance of unlawful actions. You inform the patient about his rights which include the following. Justifying circumstances C. the fetus died. Delineate the scope and areas of nursing practice 57. who is to be blamed? A. The doctrine that justifies the death of fetus is: A. She is also very stubborn. A privilege C. Purpose B. Beneficence for all C. You started an IV infusion. This nurse leader has made a choice to be guided by which of the following in the decision-making process? A. Right to obtain information about another patient C. This document is: A. “This is my IV Nurse ID card. On waking up the next morning.” D. His operation was cancelled. Religion D. Forgery of documents C. 60 year old is schedule for laparotomy operation the next day. The nurse in the afternoon shift advised him that he will be on NPO after midnight. justice. Aggravating circumstances Situation 3. 71 years old was suddenly rushed to the hospital because of severe chest pain. 60. Exception to the Rule D. Incompetence D. The nurse in the night shift 59. The principles that govern right and proper conduct of a person regarding life. Autonomy B. Her left hand and left leg are movable but very weak.” 48. What particular bioethical principle will to use in the care of Luisa? A. A mother who is pregnant and has ovarian cancer has to undergo surgery to treat the cancer. except: A. To define the roles and functions of health care givers B. 55. The nurse in the afternoon shift C. this is considered as: A. An award B. What ethical principles should one carry while working abroad? A. : R.” C. Last will and testament Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . Luisa. Preference 49. To help the public understand professional conduct expected for nurses C. he saw his breakfast and ate it. Morality C. A recognition 51. Non-maleficence D. is a hemiplegic patient. Double effect Situation 4: The nurse's understanding of ethico-legal responsibilities will guide his/her nursing practice. he executes the documents that list medical treatment he chooses to refuse in case his condition becomes severe to a point that he will be unable to make decisions for himself. Justice when and where this is due B. Culture C. 58. Exempting circumstances D. “The Nursing Practice Act of 1991 allows RN's to practice IV. In the process. Mitigating circumstances B. Values 56. Right to expect reasonable continuity of care Situation 5: Mr. The attendant for bringing in his breakfast D. Proportionality 53. 50. Beneficence C. Values D. Registration after passing the Nursing licensure Examination is given by the government as: A. The doctor of you patient questioned why you started the IV infusion. 77 years old. Identify nursing action recommended for specific health situations D.” Situation 6: Mr. Misrepresentation B. Autonomy for one's decisions D. While in the ICU. Right to expect that the records about his care will be treated as confidential B. biology and the health professions is referred to as: A. On admission. he was diagnosed to have acute myocardial infarction and was placed in ICU. Martin.

Santiago may be held criminally liable because she: A. Beneficence D. Advocacy 68. The security guard tried to make her sit down but she remained unconscious. She decides to sign a DNR form. She has bone and liver metastasis. Tricia a staff nurse working in a cancer unit. Another person collapsed and nobody seems to notice her. Informed Consent B. Mrs. She goes out of her way to help other. Follow the patient. Advocacy B. Her physician recommended splenectomy. Advocacy 69. Medical Records 64. What principle was applied? A. Power of Attorney C. When she found several vials of morphine in her hand carried baggage. Revocation of license by the Ombudsman B. Justice and beneficence C. Justice D. he executes a document authorizing the wife to transact any form of business in his behalf in addition to all decisions relative to his confinement his document is referred to as: A. You are commuting to work riding the LRT. Daria states. Informed consent D. Beneficence C. Fidelity and justice 66. Beneficence C. Autonomy Situation 7: Mrs. She has been on Morphine for several months now. Euthanasia is an ethical dilemma which confronts nurse on the ICU because: A. Under the narcotic drug law. she was right away detained for interrogation. A decision has to be made quickly. She was on her way to diabetic clinic to have fasting blood sugar tested. Registered Physician Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . What ethical principle did Zorayda and her family utilize as basis for their decision to sign a DNR. Resident Physician D. Revocation of license by the Nursing Department 67.Intensive Material Drills ||38 . You were to save a life. Revocation of license by the DOH D. Advocacy C. After one day. Justice B. Follow the patient because it is his right to die gracefully B. A. Prohibited drug D. Is going to administer the drug to a relative patient who is ordered by a licensed physician to have the morphine sulfate D.” What ethical principle should the health team follow? A. Regulated drug 73. Was found to have drug in her possession B.000/ul develops epistaxis and melena. Martin felt better after 5 days but recognizing the severity of his illness. She developed hypoglycemia. Santiago is coming home from Kuwait where she worked for 5 years. This is: A. Deregulated drug C. What ethical principle is she practicing? A. Mrs. Morphine sulfate is considered to be what type of drug? A. A client's right to exist with the nurse professional obligation C. Professional course towards credits C. Power of attorney 61. Advance training B. Autonomy D. You felt good. Decisions has to be made based on societal norms D. With help. Continuing education 65. often under stressful conditions 63. the patient's condition worsened and feeling hopeless. She is very active in their professional organization and he practices what she teaches. Refuse the patient since euthanasia is not accepted in the Philippines 62. When the patients cannot make decisions for themselves. You saw what happened and you decided to help. B. Is a patient and is using morphine for pain C. you brought the patient to the nearest hospital. Autonomy D. The nurse should: A. Fidelity and non-maleficence D. is considered a role model not only by her colleagues but also by her patients. Living Will D. Autonomy B. Zorayda is terminally ill and is experiencing severe pain. Santiago must see to it that Morphine Sulfate and some other drugs under the Dangerous Drug Act is ordered by a: A. “I don't need surgery. You learned that woman was diabetic. 71. Revocation of license by the BON C. is carrying a drug meant to be delivered to a licensed doctor 72. Narcotic Licensed Physician C. Beneficence and non-maleficence B. Zorayda is aware that they are having financial problems. Negligence in the practice of nursing can be a ground for: A. the nurse advocate relies on the ethical principle of: A. Beneficence B. Mr. Medical Intern B. Justice C. Justice 70. This will go away on its own. as it is his right to determine the medical regimen he needs C. In-service education D. Over the counter drug B. Treatment with corticosteroids and immunoglobulin had not been successful. You are attending a certification on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) offered and required by the hospital employing you. To protect her from legal suit. He requested the nurse to remove oxygen. Refuse the patient and encourage D. Daria who is admitted to the hospital with autoimmune thrombocytopenia and platelet count of 20. The choices involved do not appear to be clearly right or wrong B.

Had to protect the toddlers skin and acted reasonably D. When the crying is particularly loud and prolonged. Power of attorney 77.A. The child needed to have limits set to control the crying B.” Legally the nurse is: A. The nurse has the knowledge regarding the child’s situation but failed to do any nursing action other than warning the child to stop scratching-or else. the nurse may be released right away. 6675 C. Has used action that can be considered as assault and battery C. Any legal wrong committed by one person against the properly of another B. Doing something that a reasonable person with the same education or preparation would not do 84. R. As a nurse. the nurse ties the arms of the toddler to the crib side saying. 6511 75. When teaching your staff regarding legal terminology used in child abuse. A legally safe advise to a parent of an infant with an obvious physical defect. the nurse should: A. The child’s previous hospital experience B. Gratification of all child’s wishes C. Update one’s knowledge and skills relevant nursing C. R. Exempting B.Intensive Material Drills ||39 . The objective behind requiring to attend CPE seminars and workshop are to: A. A toddler screams and cries noisily after her parents visited her. National Health Insurance Act B. It is child abuse 85. never leaving the child with strangers 81. thus.A. Is not capable of accepting and choosing C. Justifying circumstance C. Discourage them from talking about their baby B. with great flurry. One of the most recent development that was enacted to help subsidize the cost of health service both for the employed an unemployed is: A. If found to be telling the truth. Is able to give voluntary consent when parents are not available D. A legal wrong committed by one person against the properly of another D.A. Has merely done the job with considerable accountability B. Aggravating 76. Renew old acquaintance and establish camaraderie among nurses D. Keeping the child for only 30 minutes is justified as not to disturb other children’s sleeping pattern D. R. The most important factor in preparing the child for this experience is: A. disturbing other children. 6671 D. Does not have legal capacity to give consent B. It produces secondary infection and sores. Medicare act C. In our country. The dangerous Drug Act was enacted through which of the following? A. Based on situation above. Workmen’s Compensation Act 78. National Amelioration Pay D. The other children had to be considered that is why the child is removed 82. A commission or omission of an act making the nurse negligence. Senior citizens are given the privileges in purchase of their medicines. Increasing revenue of the government and organizations providing CPE B. Mitigating D. A slanderous remarks C. if the nurse sees that the child is scratching intensely and that the arms are bleeding. 87. The legal permission obtained from the client before any invasive procedure. 25% 80. you have legal responsibilities to a two year old child who is admitted to the hospital for additional surgery. Update list of professionals in the country 79. The child had the right to remain in the room with other children C. The fact that morphine sulfate was meant to be given to a relative as prescribed by a licensed physician considered to be a: A. This is legally: A. a matter of 30-45 minutes legally: A. The application of force to the person without lawful justification D. When teaching about child abuse. the nurse tells a parent group that the best legal definition of assault is: A. 15% D. Contract D. “I’m going to teach you one way or another. 20% C. involvement in research administration of experimental medication and intervention is: A. 6425 B. A legal wrong committed against the public and punishable by law through the state and court 83. The toddler is left there until the crying ceases. the nurse emphasizes the term battery means: A. Will most likely be unable to choose between alternatives when asked to consent. Tried to explain to the toddler and rightly expect the toddler to understand and cooperate 86. A three year-old has an eczema of the face and arms which has not healed due to the child’s persistent scratching.74. Maligning the character of an individual while threatening to do bodily harm C. The application of force to another person without lawful justification C. Informed consent B. A sign of assault and battery to the child when overheard by the mother D. R. B. How much is the discount? A. the nurse should remember that the adolescent: A. Encourage them to express their worries and fears Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) . 10% B. Assurance of affection and security D. Threats to do bodily harm to the person of another person B. In relation to taking an informed consent from a 17-year-old adolescent. the nurse puts the crib in the storeroom and closes the door. Affidavit C.A.

2. Because a chart needs to be completely by handwritten words 95. Which of the following statement is false about an implied contract? A. False imprisonment B. 4. Always observe ethical and professional practice D. If the nurse did not document anything. 1. the nurse should do the following? A. Considered as crime against civil interdiction of a person? A.4 C. Its agreements is inferred from the acts of the partied C. C.1. Defamation C. if the nurse informs the patient about the incompetence of another nurse A. Which among the following phrases best describes what professional nursing is all about? A.1 D.4 B. Gloves should be worn for contact with non-intact skin. 2. That regardless if the nurse recorded his observation or not. Emancipated minor A.3 C. Suspension D. Tell them not to worry because the defect can be repaired D. Execution 3. Which of the following constitute defamation? 1. it is arrange as follows 1. Professional Code B.2. Promotive Traits of Nursing D. He is aware of the laws affecting nurses C. The legal implication of this is due to? A. if the use criticizes the work of another nurse in front of the patient 2. Investigation by a fiscal or prosecutor 2. He must have basic knowledge regarding the new Philippine Nursing Law B. Show them post-operative photographs of babies who had similar defect 88. EXCEPT: A. Code of Ethics 91. All of the above 100.1. 1. he shall still be accountable and liable B. A nurse has always experienced proper community health training B. It is necessary that she must understand this profession as to guide her practically and professionally as a nurse.3.3 C.1. we need to protect co-workers from infection and contamination from a client who has been placed in a blood and body fluid isolation.3. 1.3. Homicide C. 2. Battery 98.2. Isolation gowns are not needed D. Upgrade one’s skills and competence as a nurse D. Masked should be worn with all clients contract B. Illegal detention B. If it was not written although it was performed. Who among the following cannot legally give consent to any medical or surgical treatment? 2. have a non-judgmental attitude C. 1.2. Assess for lacerations and internal pains B.3. call a police officer 94. The nurse is instructing an auxiliary personnel in the correct procedures.2 D. mucous membrane C.2. Perla chose nursing as her life-long career. the following are the possible liabilities or sanctions for him. if the nurse releases any privilege communication to a friend 3. Which statement by the nursing assistant indicates understanding the stated protocol? A. Murder D. To avoid legal entanglement. It is formal contract Review for the Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) .4 D. If the nurse allows the publication of a picture of a malformed baby without the consent of the parents constitute: A. Put the patient in a secured and safe environment D. What a professional nurse in the practice of her profession should and ought to be is stated in A. Revocation of license C.4. What should be the primordial consideration that must be done by the nurse together by other members of the team? A. A nurse must have most basic knowledge regarding how a legal suit prosper. 3. Has independence towards the practice of her nursing profession C. The nurse just admitted a patient who was reported to be a rape victim. He shall not be liable C. fines B. Deciding a case C.4 97.3. It must still have consent by the parties D. Legally. Provide diligent care for all regardless of their financial status 92. 1.Intensive Material Drills ||40 . 1. An unconscious or imbecile person 5.4 96. it is considered as not having been done at all D.2. Simulation of birth 99. Each professional nurse must be legally accountable in all his actions which involve proper monitoring and recording. Invasion to the right of privacy D. Code of Nursing practice C. A person accused of civil interdiction 3. if the head nurse tells to the chief nurse for evaluation concerning efficacy of her staff nurse 4. 2. A minor person 4. A private room is airways indicated 89.3.4 D. filing a police report 4.4 90. A nurse was apprehended after carrying 25 grams of methamphetamine hydrochloride inside patient’s room. Its agreements is presumed B. imprisonment 93.3.4 B.