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HIPAA stands for
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
FERPA stands for
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
NASN stands for
National Association of School Nurses
NCSN stands for
National Certified School Nurse
NBCSN stands for
National Board for Certification of School Nursing
PTC stands for
Professional Testing Corporation
ABNS stands for
American Board of Nursing Specialties
NIC stands for
Nursing Interventions Classification
NOC stands for
Nursing Outcomes Classification
NOC's 7 domains are
1. Functional Health
2. Physiologic Health
3. Psychosocial Health
4. Health Knowledge and Behavior
5. Perceived Health
6. Family Health
7. Community Health
The Corbin and Strauss Trajectory Model proposes that
Nursing care should differ along a trajectory of 8 phases to meet patients' and families' needs.
Corbin and Strauss' 8 Trajectory Model Phases are
1. Pretrajectory
2. Trajectory Onset
3. Crisis
4. Acute
5. Stable
6. Unstable
7. Downward
8. Dying
The Denver II Developmental Screening Test measures ____, ____, ____, and ____.
1. Gross motor function
2. Fine motor function
3. Language
4. Personal-social development
The Denver II Developmental Screening Test does not measure
The Denver II Developmental Screening Test is also called ____ and ____.
DDST-II and Denver II
The Denver II Developmental Screening Test is designed to test children up to age
Freud's Stages of Development are ____, ____, ____, ____. and ____.
1. Oral
2. Anal
3. Phallic
4. Latency
5. Genital
Lawrence Kohlberg's Levels of Moral Development are ___, ___, and ____.
1. Preconventional
2. Conventional
3. Post-conventional autonomous
Bonnie W Duldt-Battey's developed the _____ Theory.
Humanistic Nursing Communication
Erik Erickson developed the ____ Theory.
Accoreding to Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, the Five Stages of Death and Dying are ____, ____, ____, ____, and ____.
1. Denial/isolation
2. Anger
3. Bargaining
4. Depression
5. Acceptance
NANDA-I stands for
North American Nursing Diagnosis Association-International
Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs are ____, ____, ____, ____. and ____.
1. Physiological
2. Safety and security
3. Love and belonging
4. Self-esteem
5. Self-actualization
The Six Steps of the Nursing Process are ____, ____, ____, ____, ____, and ____.
1. Assessment
2. Nursing Diagnosis
3. Outcome Identification
4. Planning
5. Implementation
6. Evaluation
Jean Piaget’s Four Primary Cognitive (Developmental) Stages are ____, ____, ____, and ____.
1. Sensorimotor
2. Preoperational
3. Concrete Operational
4. Formal Operational
Harry Stack Sullivan’s Personality Theory focuses on ____.
Interpersonal relationships
HIB stands for
Haemophilus Influenzae Type B
HBV stands for
Hepatitis B Virus
HCV stands for
Hepatitis C Virus
HIV stands for
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
HPIV stands for
Human Parainfluenza Virus
Mnemonics are
Devices, such as formulas or rhymes, used as aids in remembering
The TIPS mnemonic for head injury events stands for
Time of injury
Impact position
Position at initial assessment
Saw it?
Who saw it?
Evidence Based Nursing is
The process by which nurses make clinical decisions using the best available research evidence, their clinical expertise and patient preferences.
Three areas of research competence which are important to Evidence Based Nursing are
1. Interpreting and using research
2. Evaluating practice
3. Conducting research
Research utilization is
The transfer research findings to nursing practice. It is carried out by individual nurses, groups of nurses working together to solve problems, by interdisciplinary teams, and by institutions and organizations seeking to make system-wide improvements in care outcomes.
Literature review is
Scholarly analysis of a body of research about a specific issue or topic.
Integrative literature review is
Integration of a body of research findings (including theory, statistics) which concludes by addressing issues for future research.
Systematic literature review is
Comprehensive, unbiased analysis of research findings on a specific topic which uses a strict scientific design to select and assess various related scientific studies.
Meta-analysis is
Merged statistical results from a number of related studies which combines various research studies with the goal of discovering consistencies and differences between studies.
Clinical decision-making is
Drawing conclusions based on EBN, clinical expertise, patient preference, and other factors such as cost-benefit analysis, availability of alternatives, etc.
_____, _____, and _____ are Evidence Based Nursing Models.
1. Conduct and Utilization of Research in Nursing Project
2. Stetler Model of Research Utilization
3. Iowa Model of Research in Practice
Common types of qualitative research are _____, _____, and _____.
1. Ethnography
2. Phenomenology
3. Grounded Theory
Evidence Based Nursing solves problems encountered by nurses by carrying out these four steps
1. Clearly identifying the issue or problem based on accurate analysis of current nursing knowledge and practice
2. Searching the literature for relevant research
3. Evaluaing the research evidence using established criteria regarding scientific merit
4. Choosing interventions and justifying the selection with the most valid evidence
The six phases of the Stetler Model of Research Utilization are _____, _____, _____, _____, _____, and _____.
1. Preparation
2. Validation
3. Comparative evaluation
4. Decision making
5. Translation and application
6. Evaluation