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Documentation Stress Ethics Health and Wellness Miscellaneous
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What does SBAR stand for?
Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation
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What is general adaptation syndrome (GAS)?
A 3-stage reaction to stress, describes how the body responds physiologically to stressors through stages of alarm, resistance, and exhaustion
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What is patient confidentiality?
Protection of patient's personal health information
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A person goes out and buys new gym clothes. What stage of behavioral change are they in ?
Preparation
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What is this year's Franciscan Value?
Care for Creation
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Why is documentation so important?
Communication, Research, Education, Reimbursement, Auditing
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When the body attempts to return to the state of balance, what is this known as?
Allostasis
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What does it mean to advocate for patients?
Supporting and standing up for the patient
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What is the most important need on Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
A.) Self-esteem
B.) Physiological
C.) Physical safety
D.) Self- actualization
(B) Physiological
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Who is the mother of nursing?
Florence Nightingale
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What are 5 characteristics for quality documentation?
Factual, Accurate, Complete, Current (timely), Organized
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When a person experiences, witnesses, or is confronted with a traumatic event and responds with intense fear or helplessness is known as?
PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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What is Beneficence?
Taking positive actions to help one another
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" Health is a positive, dynamic state, not merely the absence of ______________."
Disease
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In which part of life does Ego Integrity vs. Despair occur?
Later Adulthood
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What is documentation?
A nursing action that produces a written account of pertinent patient data, nursing clinical decisions and interventions, and patient responses in a health record
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What are examples of nursing diagnoses for stress or failure to cope?
Anxiety, denial, fear, stress overload, or situational low self esteem
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What should the biggest focus be on in healthcare?
The patients wellbeing
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What are the three levels of preventive care?
Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary
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Nursing is an ____ and ________
Art and Science
500
What does HIPAA stand for and mean?
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, provides protection for patient records
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What are ways we as nurses can help patients with stress?
Exercise, support systems, journal writing, muscle relaxation therapies, or time management
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What is the nursing code of ethics?
A collective statement about group’s expectations and standards of behavior
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Q: Which factors are classified as genetic and physiological? (Select ALL that apply)
A.) History of hypertension
B.) Diet high in sodium
C.) Father & grandfather had kidney disease
D.) Excessive sunbather
E.) Elevated cholesterol levels
A.) History of hypertension, C.) Father & grandfather had kidney disease, E.) Elevated cholesterol levels
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What are the 5 P's of hourly rounding?
1. Pain
2. Potty
3. Position
4. Possession
5. Pick-up






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