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Which of the following needs has the greatest priority?

a. The need to be loved by someone.

b. The need to be the best nurse you possibly can.

c. The need to live in a safe environment.

d. The need for a balanced intake and output of fluids.
d
Which of the following thorists identified stages of the family cycle and critical family developmental tasks?

a. Duvall

b. Erickson

c. Maslow

d. Johnson
a
A change in body image such as the loss of a body part, may affect which of the following type of human needs?

a. Love and belonging needs

b. Safety and security needs

c. Self actualization needs

d. Self esteem needs
d
Which of the following would be considered a community risk factor?

a. A woman finds out that she is genetically inclined to develop crippling arthritis.

b. An 80yr old man is at risk for falls in his home due to clutter in his hallways and stairways.

c. Children of a low income family are kept inside the home on a sunny summer day because of lack of recreational opportunities.

d. A child is born with severe mental retardation.
c
Which of the following are examples of physiologic needs? (select all that apply)

a. A nurse washes her hands and puts on gloves before inserting a catheter in a patient.

b. a nurse invites a patients estranged son to visit him.

c. A nurse counsels an overweight teenager about proper nutrition.

d. A nurse administers pain medication to a postoperative patient.

e. A nurse attains a masters degree in nursing by going to school in the evening.

f. A home care practitioner requests a quiet environment so her elderly patient can get some rest.
d,f
Which of the following are examples of self actualization needs according to Maslow's Hierarchy of needs? (select all that apply)

a. A nurse attains a masters degree in nursing by going to school in the evening.

b. A nurse refers a patients spouse to an Al Anon group meeting.

c. A student nurse takes a course in communication to improve her ability to relate to patients.

d. A nurse raises the side rails on the bed of a patient at risk for falls.

e. A nurse administers insulin to a diabetic patient.

f. A nurse subscribes to several nursing journals to stay abreast of developments in the profession.
a,c,f
Which of the following statements about the family unit are accurate? (select all that apply)

a. According to Friedman the member of a group home would not be considered a family.

b. The family is a buffer between the needs of individual members and society.

c. The family should not be concerned with meeting the needs of society.

d. Duvall defined a family as two or more people related through blood marriage adoption or birth.

e. The nuclear family is composed of two parents and their children.

f. A blended family exists when parents adopt a child from another culture.
b,d,e
Which of the following is a developmental task of the family with middle aged adults? (select all that apply)

a. Adjust to the cost of family life.

b. Maintain ties with younger and older generations

c. Prepare for retirement

d. Adjust to loss of spouse.

e. Support moral and ethical family values.

f. Cope with loss of energy and privacy.
b, c
Place the following list of human needs in order from highest - level needs to lower level needs according to Maslow's hierarchy of basic human needs:

a. A nurse includes family members in the care of the patient.

b. A nurse places a no smoking sign on the door of a patient who is receiving Oxygen.

c. A nurse provides nutrition for a patient through a feeding tube.

d. A nurse prepares a room for a clerical visit requested by a patient.

e. A nurse helps a patient focus on her strengths following a diagnosis of breast cancer.
e, d, a, b, c
The most important of all basic human needs is__________?
Oxygen
According to Maslow's hierarchy of basic human needs , physical activity and rest are considered to be _______________ needs.
Physiologic
Relatives such as aunts, uncles, and grandparents are part of what is known as the ___________ family.
Extended
The function of the family that helps a family member meet his or her basic needs by providing emotional comfort and helping to establish and maintain an identity in times of stress is _____________?
Affective and Coping
The number and availability of health care institutions and services would be considered a _____________ risk factor.
Community
A child with severe birth defects is born into a family.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
e
A teacher reports to a teenage boy's parents taht drugs have been found in his locker.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
a
A recently divorced single parent of a 2 yr old must return to work but cannot afford adequate childcare.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
b
Two families are forced to live together in cramped conditions to make ends meet.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
b
Families in a city ghetto area fear walking to school or work because of gang activity on their street.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
d
An older adult living with her son's family cannot tolerate what she feels is inadequate discipline of her grandchildren.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
b
A mother returns home from the hospital with a premature baby for whom she must provide care.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
c
A 13 yr old in her first trimester of pregnancy tells you she didn't think she could become pregnant the first time she had sexual relations.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
a
A family vacationing in Mexico becomes ill after drinking the local water.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
d
An elderly man who lives alone cannot afford his prescriptions.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
c
A couple learns that their infant has sickle cell anemia.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
e
A 5 yr old girl accuses her uncle of touching her inappropriately.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
b
A 3 month old infant fails to thrive because of malnutrition.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
c
A woman whose mother died of breast cancer finds a lump in her breast during her monthly breast examination.

What risk factor is this?

a. Lifestyle
b. Psychosocial
c. Developmental
d. Environmental
e. Biologic
e
Maslow's Hierarchy of basic humand needs is useful when planning and implementing nursing care as it provides a structure for:

a. Making accurate nursing diagnoses

b. Establishing priorities of care

c. Communicating concerns more concisely

d. Integrating science into nursing care.
b
Which of the following levels of basic human needs is most basic?

a. Physiologic

b. Safety and security

c. Love and belonging

d. Self - actualization
a
Of all the physiologic needs, which one is the most essential?

a. Food

b. Water

c. Elimination

d. Oxygen
d
Careful hand washing and using sterile techniques are ways in which nurses meet which basic human need?

a. Physiologic

b. Safety and security

c. Self esteem

d. Love and belonging
b
Of the following statements which one is true of self actualization?

a. Humans are born with fully developed self actualization

b. self actualization needs are met by having confidence and independence.

c. The self actualization process continues throughout life.

d. Loneliness and isolation occur when self actualization needs are unmet.
c
What is the best broad definition of a family?

a. A father, a mother, and children.

b. Members are biologically related

c. Includes aunts, uncles, and cousins

d. a group of people who live together.
d
Where do individuals learn their health beliefs and values?

a. In the family

b. In school

c. From school nurses

d. From Peers
a
John and Mary each parents of one child are both divorced. When they marry the family structure that is formed will be:

a. Nuclear family

b. Extended family

c. Blended Family

d. Cohabiting Family
c
One of the developmental tasks of the older adult family is to:

a. Maintain a supportive home base

b. Prepare for retirement

c. Cope with loss of energy and privacy

d. Adjust to loss of spouse
d
One element of a healthy community is that it:

a. Meets all the needs of its inhabitants

b. Offers access to healthcare services.

c. Has mixed residential and industrial areas

d. Is little concerned with air and water quality.
b