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Nursing 101: Fundamentals of Nursing Final Exam

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Question 1 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:

Question 2 2. Common nursing interventions that are carried out during the implementing phase are:

Question 3 3. When acting as a patient advocate, the nurse should:

Question 4 4. Nonverbal communication is defined as:

Question 5 5. Goal setting occurs during which phase of the nursing process?

Question 6 6. A nurse's primary commitment is to_____, according to Provision 2.

Question 7 7. How many forms of verbal communication are there?

Question 8 8. The Illlness-Wellness/Health Continuum is an excellent resources for nurses who want to

Question 9 9. Which is the most effective way to try to prevent various disease processes?

Question 10 10. The nursing process includes all of the following except:

Question 11 11. The definition of verbal communication:

Question 12 12. Who was the original author of the Illness-Wellness Continuum?

Question 13 13. Which of the nine provisions within the Code of Ethics for Nurses is considered the most vital?

Question 14 14. When practicing in a service industry a code of ethics can be considered a/an...

Question 15 15. Which of the following is the correct order of the nursing process?

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