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4.

Avoiding situations with clients that may be uncomfortable


for either the nurse or the client
Seeking assistance before attempting a new procedure
2. The nurse knows that according to Benner, caring is defined
as a:
1. New consciousness and moral idea
2. Nurturing way of relating to a valued other
3. Person, event, project, or thing that matters to a person
4. Central, unifying, and dominant domain necessary for health
and survival
Person, event, project, or thing that matters to a person
3. Which one of the following nursing activities is an example
of Swanson's "enabling" in the caring process?
1. Staying with the client before surgery
2. Performing a urinary catheterization skillfully
3. Assessing the client's health history
4. Teaching the client how to inject fast-acting insulin
Teaching the client how to inject fast-acting insulin
4. Riemen's study of nurses' caring behaviors (1986) found
which one of the following as a similarity between male and
female clients' perceptions of nursing caring behaviors?
1. Physical presence
2. Promotion of autonomy
3. Knowledge of injection technique
4. Speed in the completion of treatment
Physical presence
5. The nurse should realize that the most important aspect of
knowing the client involves:
1. Establishing a relationship
2. Gathering assessment data
3. Treating discomforts quickly
4. Assuming the client's emotional needs
Establishing a relationship
6. The nurse can best demonstrate caring behavior by:
1. Updates the family about the client's condition
2. Asks to address the client by the client's first name
3. Closes the door and covers the client during morning care
4. Shares with the client's roommate that she is scheduled for
tests
Closes the door and covers the client during morning care

7. To best improve the bathing care provided by a particular


staff member, the nurse manager should:
1. Tell the staff member how to correctly give baths to clients
2. Provide the staff member with good resources to read on
bathing clients
3. Ask another staff member to provide the unit's bathing care
in the afternoon
4. Assist and observe the staff member in the bathing care of a
client on the unit
Assist and observe the staff member in the bathing care of a
client on the unit
8. The nurse knows that a key element in Leininger's theory of
caring is that it includes:
1. Five categories of caring
2. Connectedness with others
3. Transcultural perspectives
4. Spiritual dimensions and healing
Transcultural perspectives
9. Caring enables a nurse to know the client and thereby focus
on identifying the client's specific needs. This ability is most
typically impacted by a nurse's:
1. Assessment skills
2. Sense of compassion
3. Clinical experience
4. Communication proficiency
Clinical experience
10. A client with chronic respiratory problems tells the nurse,
"I haven't felt this good in a long time." The nurse realizes that
the statement most reflects the client's:
1. Willingness to share his feelings
2. Acceptance of his physical limitations
3. Personal definition of his individual health
4. Acknowledgment of his chronic health problems
Personal definition of his individual health
11. Which of the following statement's best expresses the client's definition of personal
illness?
1. "I came to the emergency department when the pain got too bad to ignore."
2. "I have arthritis, but I continue to enjoy knitting, embroidery and other needle work."