Fundamentals of Nursing Theory Concepts and Applications 4th Edition Wilkinson Test Bank

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Fundamentals of Nursing Theory Concepts and Applications 4th Edition Wilkinson Test Bank

Table of Content

Chapter 1 Evolution of Nursing Thought & Action
Chapter 2 Critical Thinking & Nursing Process
Chapter 3 Assessment
Chapter 4 Analysis/Diagnosis
Chapter 5 Planning Outcomes
Chapter 6 Planning Interventions
Chapter 7 Implementation & Evaluation
Chapter 8 Theory, Research, & Evidence-Based Practice
Chapter 9 Life Span: Infancy Through Middle Adulthood
Chapter 10 Life Span: Older Adults
Chapter 11 Experiencing Health & Illness
Chapter 12 Stress & Adaptation
Chapter 13 Psychosocial Health & Illness
Chapter 14 The Family
Chapter 15 Culture & Ethnicity
Chapter 16 Spirituality
Chapter 17 Loss, Grief, & Dying
Chapter 18 Documenting & Reporting
Chapter 19 Teaching & Learning
Chapter 20 Measuring Vital Signs
Chapter 21 Communication & Therapeutic Relationships
Chapter 22 Health Assessment
Chapter 23 Promoting Asepsis & Preventing Infection
Chapter 24 Promoting Safety
Chapter 25 Facilitating Hygiene
Chapter 26 Administering Medications
Chapter 27 Nutrition
Chapter 28 Urinary Elimination
Chapter 29 Bowel Elimination
Chapter 30 Sensation, Perception, & Response
Chapter 31 Pain
Chapter 32 Physical Activity & Immobility
Chapter 33 Sexual Health
Chapter 34 Sleep & Rest
Chapter 35 Skin Integrity & Wound Healing
Chapter 36 Oxygenation
Chapter 37 Circulation & Perfusion
Chapter 38 Fluids, Electrolytes, & Acid-Base Balance
Chapter 39 Perioperative Care
Chapter 40 Leading & Managing
Chapter 41 Nursing Informatics
Chapter 42 Promoting Health
Chapter 43 Community & Home Health Nursing
Chapter 44 Ethics & Values
Chapter 45 Legal Accountability
Chapter 46 Holistic Healing

Fundamentals of Nursing Theory Concepts and Applications 4th Edition Wilkinson Test Bank

Chapter 1 Evolution of Nursing Thought & Action
1. Which of the following statements accurately describe an element of nursing? Select all
that apply.
A) The skills involved in nursing are primarily technical in nature.
B) The primary focus of nursing is to assist individuals to recover from illness.
C) The science of nursing is the knowledge base for the care that is given.
D) The art of nursing is the collection of knowledge through research.
E) Nursing is considered to be both an art and a science.
F) Nursing is a profession that used specialized knowledge and skills.
2. Which of the following set of terms best describes nursing at the end of the Middle Ages?
A) continuity, caring, critical thinking
B) purpose, direction, leadership
C) assessment, interventions, outcomes
D) advocacy, research, education
3. Which of the following is a characteristic of nursing practiced from early civilization to
the 16th century?
A) Most early civilizations believed that illness had supernatural causes.
B) The physician was the priest who treated disease with prayer.
C) The nurse was a nun committed to caring for the needy and homeless.
D) Nursing changed from a spiritual focus to an emphasis on knowledge expansion.
4. In what time period did nursing care as we now know it begin?
A) pre-civilization
B) early civilization to 16th century
C) 16th to 17th century
D) 18th to 19th century
5. Who is considered to be the founder of professional nursing?
A) Dorothea Dix

B) Lillian Wald
C) Florence Nightingale
D) Clara Barton
6. Which of the following nursing pioneers established the Red Cross in the United States in
1882?
A) Florence Nightingale
B) Clara Barton
C) Dorothea Dix
D) Jane Addams
7. What was one barrier to the development of the nursing profession in the United States
after the Civil War?
A) lack of educational standards
B) hospital-based schools of nursing
C) lack of influence from nursing leaders
D) independence of nursing orders
8. Which of the following individuals provided community-based care and founded public
health nursing?
A) Adelaide Nutting
B) Lillian Wald
C) Sojourner Truth
D) Clara Barton
9. Which of the following nursing groups provides a definition and scope of practice for
nursing?
A) ICN
B) AAN
C) ANA
D) The Joint Commission
10. Teaching a woman about breast self-examination is an example of what broad aim of
nursing?
A) promoting health
B) preventing illness

C) restoring health
D) facilitating coping with disability and death
11. What nursing activity would meet the broad nursing aim of facilitating coping with
disability and death? Select all that apply.
A) conducting a blood pressure screening program
B) teaching testicular self-examination
C) referring to a community diabetic support group
D) administering intravenous fluids
E) admitting a patient to a hospice program
F) performing a physical assessment on a patient
12. A nurse caring for a patient with diabetes chooses an appropriate plan of care and devises
interventions to accomplish the desired outcomes. This is an example of using which of
the following type of nursing skills?
A) Technical
B) Cognitive
C) Interpersonal
D) Ethical/Legal
13. Which one of the following examples of nursing actions would be considered an
ethical/legal skill?
A) A nurse helps a patient prepare a living will.
B) A nurse obtains a urine sample for a urinalysis.
C) A nurse explains the rationale for a patients plan of care.
D) A nurse holds the hand of a woman whose baby died in childbirth.
14. A nurse practitioner is caring for a couple who are the parents of an infant diagnosed with
Downs Syndrome. The nurse makes referrals for a parent support group for the family.
This is an example of which nursing role?
A) Teacher/Educator
B) Leader
C) Counselor
D) Collaborator

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