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Understanding that restraints are a measure used to keep a resident from harming themselves and they are not a form of punishment is extremely necessary. Nursing assistants are still able to care for a resident who is in restraints.
Regarding to caring behaviour by a health care professional, which of the following options is not an example?
Asking a co-worker to finish up your duties so that you’re not late to lunch.
Regarding a patient’s right to information, which of the following options would not be involved?
The facility’s staff shares the complete medical history of the patient’s roommate.
A nursing assistant overhear another assistant talking about a resident with co-workers while he/she was to enter the facility’s cafeteria. Of the following options, which resident right is being violated?
The resident’s right to privacy
Restorative Nursing is…
When a patient is aided in gaining and maintaining their functionality and well being.
Of the options below, which one would be a violation of patient's right to privacy?
Two nursing assistants are discussing a patient’s medical condition in the lunchroom.
What should nursing assistants do when their patient has visitors?
Give the patient and their guests privacy.
Of the options below, which one is correct?
The administrator tells a patient’s family that every resident has access to a telephone and privacy for calls.
In the event that the patient was to pass away, they said something about their resuscitation wishes, and a patient’s family members ask you to check what the resident’s record says about. After checking the records, you see that the patient has given permission to share all medical information with their family members. You also see the initials DNR in the patient’s advance directive. You tell the family:
The patient’s file has a notation that says they do not wish to be resuscitated.
Telephoning privileges is the right of all patients. Of the following options, which one would correctly describe these rights?
Phone access and privacy are provided to each patient.
When sharing a patient’s personal information, who of the following options is it appropriate?
The nursing assistant on the following shift.
There are two patients in your care that belong to your religious congregation have been asking each other about their medical condition. They are both worried and they know that you care about each of them. Your best response to these two patients would be:
Tell both patients that you would be violating the facility’s policies and also violating both their rights if you were to share this information.
Of the options below, which one would be inappropriate to share a patient’s healthcare information with?
The patient’s best friend who pays him weekly visits.
ur fellow student
3 years ago
There are definitely a few mistakes in this app, some of the answers are just plain wrong so make sure this is not your only source of study material. Other than that this app is very helpful.
2 years ago
It’s a good app for practice
2 years ago
I would love to give this app 5 stars but in the Nursing Skills section it does not allow you to go on to part 7. After you get to part 6 it either just never loads or it tells you to go to part 7 and does absolutely nothing.