The type of nursing care assignment is best suited in an intensive care unit?
A) Case method
B) Functional method
C) Primary care method
D) Team method
Which of the following data indicates whether high quality care is being maintained?
B) Quality indicators
C) Quality assurances
D) Key indicators
Which type of patient assignment needs specific personnel?
A) Patient method
B) Functional method
C) Team method
D) None of these
Which of the following is the process by which the manager assigns specific duties?
Functional nursing is a method of providing?
A) Equipment care
B) Care of records
C) Case management
D) Patient care
Which of the following is the most managerial issue in emergency case?
B) Inadequate staff
D) Inadequate supply
Supervisors have several roles to play, which of the following is not among the roles a supervisor plays?
A) Coach to employees
C) Mentor to employees
D) Informing employees regarding organizational policies
What could be a factor that hinders the smooth running of the team process?
A) An effective team leader
B) Team member having problems
C) Objectives that are easily achievable
D) Everyone being focused on the project
The following method can be used to identify training needs except?
A) Professional standards
B) Job analysis
C) Job description
D) Employee surveys
The principle of at risk approach is?
A) Something for all
B) More for the needy
C) All for the some
D) All for all
Dissemination of research can be done by following methods, except?
A) Oral presentation
B) Publication in scientific journal
C) Poster presentation
D) Information discussion
Attributes of good leader involves which of the following?
A) Aware of members’ strength and weakness
B) Suppresses the voice dissent
C) Don’t hold accountability for wrong doings
D) Not sure about his skills
Nursing profession can only be practiced after?
Which of the following is not a method of patient assignment?
A) Functional method
B) Team nursing
C) Patient assignment
D) Duty roster methods
Which of the following is measure of central tendancy?
C) Standard deviation
Validity of a tool refers to?
Sample in a research is referred as?
A) Representative of population
B) High risk study subjects
C) High risk population
D) Population living in a defined area
Telling truth is a practice of which ethical principle?
The tools used for data collections are?
A) Experimental , non-experimental
B) Participant observation, information booklet
C) Survey, observation checklist
D) Questionnaire, interview schedule, observation checklist
The strategy adopted to ensure quality nursing care by statutory body is?
C) Licensure & registration
Which of the following is the best answer to practice leadership?
A) Laissez faire
B) Transactional leadership
C) Democratic leadership
D) Autocratic leadership
Which of the following is not a approaches of health education?
A) Incentive approach
B) Service approach
C) Education approach
D) Regulatory approach
Which one of the following is not a feature of health education?
A) Knowledge and skill acquired actively
B) Aims at impulsive actions
C) Disciplines primitive desire
D) Develop self-expression
Principle of effective leadership is least likely to involve?
A) One group commanded by one leader
B) One group should always have an objective
C) Accountability is delegated to the members of team
D) Patient first policy is applied
A nurse who conducts an illegal abortion; has committed?
A) An act of omission
B) An act fo incompetence
C) Unintentional tort
D) An act of commission
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