Prophecy Core Mandatory Part 2 Answers

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What does a comprehensive systematic analysis following a sentinel event help identify?
The contributory factors associated with the event.
 
Which of the following is part of the integrated Ethics model?
supports ethical behavior in everyday interactions in the workplace
 
What is an example of patients’ rights?
Patients are entitled to refuse an experimental drug.
 
Acceptable patient identifiers included
Name and Birthday
 
Which of the following are good practice when listening to patients
Show your genuine interest in the patients replies.
 
What is the intention of universal protocol
Prevent Wrong Site Wrong Procedure, Wrong Person Surgery
 
Goals of end of care
Ensure the decision made are consistent with the values and desires of patient
 
Which of the following components will assist in improving the effectiveness of communication for critical lab and diagnostic procedures.
Reporting critical test results on a timely basis according to policies and procedures.
 
which type of therapy poses risk to patients due to complex dosing.
Anticoagulation Therapy
 
Essential component of cultural competence for healthcare workers according to Joint commission
Valuing Diversity
 
Important concept of being a patient advocate
Accepting the patient’s decisions
 
important to remember when caring for adults 80 and over
There is no reason to assume mental decline had occurred
 
Which example qualifies as a sentinel event that would require review by the Joint commission
A patient who commits suicide within 72 hours of discharged from a hospital setting that provides staffed around the clock care
 
What is a sentinel event
An event that affects a patient causing death harm or intervention required to sustain life.
 
important principle for the healthcare professional to provide ethical care
Allow patients the right of self determination regarding health care decisions
 
According to Joint Commission’s ethical standard….of the following is accurate concerning your role of as a healthcare worker
you must safeguard confidences and privacy at all times
 
Which of the following is the patients responsibility
to ask for pain relief when pain first begins
 
When delivering care you need to determine which type of language in patients?
primary
 
what should patients be told when they have a grievance regarding any part of the are provided to them
Be told about the process involved in filing a complaint
 
When must two patient identifiers be used
collecting a blood specimen
 
Which of the following is an example of a non-judgemental question?
What do you think caused your illness
 
What practices do interpreters use to improve communication?
Use of words that are appropriate to both providers and patients
 
What should you assess regardless of age group
confusion or depression
 
Which of the following is accurate concerning patient rights
health information must be provided in a language that patients understand
 
What is “sandwich generation” mean
The generation responsible for caring for their parents and their children
 
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question missing
 
Which of the following is and example of an ethical dilemma
A medical device company buying a trip to New York City for a physician, as a thank you for using their device during a surgery
 
MOST important ways to address healthcare-associated infections
improving hand hygiene of the healthcare staff
 
What is the term for an event incident or condition that could have resulted in harm to a patient
close call
 
Which of the following is accurate concerning nonverbal communication
touching another person’s head is considered offensive in some cultures

Prophecy Core Mandatory Part 2 Nursing Answers

 
What should you assess regardless of age group?
Confusion or Depression
 
The National Patient Safety Goal 6 is to improve the safety of clinical alarm systems. What is the rationale for this goal?
**To improve patient safety if clinical alarm systems are not properly managed**
 
What is an important concept of being a patient advocate?
Accepting the patient’s decision
 
Which of the following is a patient responsibility?
To ask for pain relief when the pain first begins
 
What does sandwich generation mean?
The generation responsible for caring for their parents and their children.
 
Which of the following if good practice when listening to patients?
Show your genuine interest in the patient’s replies
 
When delivering care, you need to determine which type of language in patients?
Primary
 
What should you goals in end-of-life care include?
Ensuring that decisions made are consistent with the values and desires of the patient
 
Which of the following is accurate concerning nonverbal communication?
****Pointing with a finger is the general way to gesture among Filipinos****wrong A smile is an expression that means the same thing in all cultures Giving a thumbs up is universally means “all clear” Touching another persons head is considered offensive in some cultures.
 
Which of the following is an ethical dilemma?
A medical device company buying a trip to New York City for a physician, as a thank you for using their device during a recent surgery
 
What is the intention of the Universal Protocol?
Prevent wrong site, wrong procedure, wrong person surgery
 
According to the National Patient Goals, which type of therapy poses a risk to patients due to its complex dosing
Anticoagulation therapy
 
What does a comprehensive systematic analysis following a sentinel event help identify?
The contributory factors associated with the event
 
Which of the following is accurate concerning patient rights?
Health information must be provided in a language that patients understand
 
Which of the following is important to remember when providing care to adults ages 80 and older?
There is no reason to assume mental decline has occurred
 
Which example qualifies as a sentinel event that would require review by the Joint Commission?
A patient who commits suicide within 72 hours of being discharged from a hospital setting that provides staffed, around the clock care
 
According to the National Patient Safety Goals, one of the most important ways to address healthcare associated infections is by doing which of the following
Improving hand hygiene of healthcare staff
 
Which of the following is an essential component of cultural competence for healthcare workers according to the Joint Commission
Valuing Diversity
 
What is an example of patient’s rights?
Patients are entitled to refuse an experimental drug that may be prescribed by their provider
 
Which of the following is part of the Integrated Ethics model?
***How the organization promotes siloed decision making between clinicians and patients***wrong How the organization punishes impropriate professional behavior How the organization supports ethical behavior in the everyday interactions in the workplace How the organization publicly advertised its commitment to ethics
 
According to the Joint Commission’s ethical standards, which of the following is accurate concerning your role as a healthcare worker?
You must safeguard confidences and privacy at all times
 
Which of the following is an example of a non-judgemental question?
What do you think caused the illness
 
What should patients be told when they have a grievance regarding any part of the care provided to them?
Be told about the process involved in filing a complaint
 
Which of the following is an important principle for the healthcare professional to provide ethical care?
Allow the patient the right of self determination regarding health decision
 
According to the National Patient Safety Goals, acceptable patient identifiers include which of the following?
Patients name and birthdate
 
According to the National Patient Safety Goals, which of the following components will assist in improving the effectiveness of communication among healthcare professionals regarding critical tests and diagnostic procedures?
Reporting critical test results and diagnostic procedures on a timely basis according to policies and procedures
 
What is the term for an event, incident or condition that could have resulted in harm to a patient?
Hazardous condition-wrong Near Miss Close call What is the term for an event, incident or condition that could have resulted in harm to a patient?
 
When must two patient identifiers be used?
Collecting a blood specimen

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