Nursing Quiz #1

Nursing Quiz #1 (10 Multiple Choice Questions)
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1. A nurse is showing a patient how to use crutches at home and instructing his mother about how to change his bandages. At this time, the nurse is primarily acting as:
Advocate
Communicator
Teacher
Caretaker
2. Nonverbal communication is defined as:
The use of hand gestures to communicate with one another
Using the spoken language to send messages
Communicating by translator
Communicating through the use of words
3. Goal setting occurs during which phase of the nursing process?
Evaluating
Planning
Assessing
Implementing
4. What does 'I' stand for in the acronym ISBAR
Illness
Introduction
Identify
Impression
5. Which is the most effective way to try to prevent various disease processes?
Immunisations
All answers are correct
Hand hygiene
Health screenings
6. The definition of verbal communication is:
Is the use of a telephone to communicate to another person
The use of oral communication between three people or more
Entails the use of words to deliver the intended message
Is using body language or hand gestures to communicate
7. Which of the following is the correct order of the nursing process?
Assessing, Planning, Diagnosing, Evaluating, Implementing
Assessing, Diagnosing, Planning, Implementing, Evaluating
Diagnosing, Planning, Assessing, Implementing, Evaluating
Planning, Implementing, Diagnosing, Assessing, Evaluating
8. Who first developed nursing?
Florence Nightingale
Jane Bell
Howard Florey
Mary Evans
9. How many standards are there in the NMBA Registered Nurse Standards for Practice?
10
6
5
7
10. When broken down, 'homeostasis' means:
Human and upright
Healthy and well
Tall and steady
Unstable and different
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