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Fundamentals of Nursing: The Art and Science of Person-Centered Care 9th Ed. Test Bank

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  • ISBN-13: 978-1496362179
  • ISBN-10: 1496362179
  • Format : PDF 
  • Chapters: 46
  • Language: English
  • Author: Carol R. Taylor, Pamela B Lynn, Jennifer L Bartlett
  • Publisher: LWW

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Fundamentals of Nursing: The Art and Science of Person-Centered Care 9th Ed. Test Bank

Table of Contents

  • Unit I Foundations of Nursing Practice
    • Chapter 1 Introduction to Nursing
    • Chapter 2 Theory, Research, and Evidence-Based Practice
    • Chapter 3 Health, Wellness, and Health Disparities
    • Chapter 4 Health of the Individual, Family, and Community
    • Chapter 5 Cultural Diversity
    • Chapter 6 Values, Ethics, and Advocacy
    • Chapter 7 Legal Dimensions of Nursing Practice
    • Chapter 8 Communication
    • Chapter 9 Teaching and Counseling
    • Chapter 10 Leading, Managing, and Delegating

    Unit II Health Care Delivery

    • Chapter 11 The Health Care Delivery System
    • Chapter 12 Collaborative Practice and Care Coordination Across Settings

    Unit III Person-Centered Care and the Nursing Process

    • Chapter 13 Blended Competencies, Clinical Reasoning, and Processes of Person-Centered Care
    • Chapter 14 Assessing
    • Chapter 15 Diagnosing
    • Chapter 16 Outcome Identification and Planning
    • Chapter 17 Implementing
    • Chapter 18 Evaluating
    • Chapter 19 Documenting and Reporting
    • Chapter 20 Nursing Informatics
    • Unit IV Promoting Health Across the Lifespan
      • Chapter 21 Developmental Concepts
      • Chapter 22 Conception Through Young Adult
      • Chapter 23 The Aging Adult
  • Unit V Actions Basic to Nursing Care

    • Chapter 24 Asepsis and Infection Control
    • Chapter 25 Vital Signs
    • Chapter 26 Health Assessment
    • Chapter 27 Safety, Security, and Emergency Preparedness
    • Chapter 28 Complementary and Integrative Health
    • Chapter 29 Medications
    • Chapter 30 Perioperative Nursing

    Unit VI Promoting Healthy Physiologic Responses

    • Chapter 31 Hygiene
    • Chapter 32 Skin Integrity and Wound Care
    • Chapter 33 Activity
    • Chapter 34 Rest and Sleep
    • Chapter 35 Comfort and Pain Management
    • Chapter 36 Nutrition
    • Chapter 37 Urinary Elimination
    • Chapter 38 Bowel Elimination
    • Chapter 39 Oxygenation and Perfusion
    • Chapter 40 Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid–Base Balance

    Unit VII Promoting Healthy Psychosocial Responses

    • Chapter 41 Self-Concept
    • Chapter 42 Stress and Adaptation
    • Chapter 43 Loss, Grief, and Dying
    • Chapter 44 Sensory Functioning
    • Chapter 45 Sexuality
    • Chapter 46 Spirituality


  • Glossary
  • Appendix A Guidelines for Delegation Decision Making
  • Appendix B Equivalents
  • Appendix C Normal Adult Laboratory Values

Fundamentals of Nursing 9th
Edition by Taylor, Lynn, Bartlett
Test Bank

Chapter 1, Introduction to Nursing
An oncology nurse with 15 years of experience, certification in the area of oncology nursing, and a master’s degree is
considered to be an expert in her area of practice and works on an oncology unit in a large teaching hospital. Based upon
this description, which of the following career roles best describes this nurse’s role, taking into account her
1. qualifications and experience?
A) Clinical nurse specialist
B) Nurse entrepreneur
C) Nurse practitioner
D) Nurse educator
Ans: A
A clinical nurse specialist is a nurse with an advanced degree, education, or experience who is considered to be an expert
in a specialized area of nursing. The clinical nurse specialist carries out direct patient care; consultation; teaching of
patients, families, and staff; and research. A nurse practitioner has an advanced degree and works in a variety of settings
to deliver primary care. A nurse educator usually has an advanced degree and teaches in the educational or clinical
setting. A nurse entrepreneur may manage a clinic or health-related business.
What guidelines do nurses follow to identify the patient’s health care needs and strengths, to establish and carry out a
2. plan of care to meet those needs, and to evaluate the effectiveness of the plan to meet established outcomes?
A) Nursing process
B) ANA Standards of Professional Performance
C) Evidence-based practice guidelines
D) Nurse Practice Acts
Ans: A
The nursing process is one of the major guidelines for nursing practice. Nurses implement their roles through the nursing
process. The nursing process is used by the nurse to identify the patient’s health care needs and strengths, to establish
and carry out a plan of care to meet those needs, and to evaluate the effectiveness of the plan to meet established
Which of the following organizations is the best source of information when a nurse wishes to determine whether an
3. action is within the scope of nursing practice?

A) American Nurses Association (ANA)
B) American Association of Colleges in Nursing (AACN)
C) National League for Nursing (NLN)
D) International Council of Nurses (ICN)
Ans: A
The ANA produces the 2003 Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice, which defines the activities specific and unique
to nursing. The AACN addresses educational standards, while the NLN promotes and fosters various aspects of nursing.


The ICN provides a venue for national nursing organizations to collaborate, but does not define standards and scope of
4. Who is considered to be the founder of professional nursing?
A) Dorothea Dix
B) Lillian Wald
C) Florence Nightingale
D) Clara Barton
Ans: C
Florence Nightingale is considered to be the founder of professional nursing. She elevated the status of nursing to a
respected occupation, improved the quality of nursing care, and founded modern nursing education. Although the other
choices are women who were important to the development of nursing, none of them is considered the founder.
5. 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
Ans: B
Clara Barton volunteered to care for wounds and feed union soldiers during the civil war, served as the supervisor of
nurses for the Army of the James, organized hospitals and nurses, and established the Red Cross in the United States in
A nurse practitioner is caring for a couple who are the parents of an infant diagnosed with Down Syndrome. The nurse
6. 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
Ans: C
Counseling skills involve the use of therapeutic interpersonal communication skills to provide information, make
appropriate referrals, and facilitate the patient’s problem-solving and decision-making skills. The teacher/educator uses
communication skills to assess, implement, and evaluate individualized teaching plans to meet learning needs of clients
and their families. A leader displays an assertive, self-confident practice of nursing when providing care, effecting
change, and functioning with groups. The collaborator uses skills in organization, communication, and advocacy to
facilitate the functions of all members of the health care team as they provide patient care.
A nurse is providing nursing care in a neighborhood clinic to single, pregnant teens. Which of the following actions is
7. the best example of using the counselor role as a nurse?


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