Prophecy Core Mandatory Part 3 Answers

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Healthcare professionals are required to report suspected cases of child and elder abuse:
B. In all states
 
Which of the following statements is accurate concerning advance healthcare directives?
D. Emergency medical technicians cannot honor AHD’s
 
Which of the following statements is accurate?
D. Providers should always consider alternatives to the use of physical restraints
 
Factors that can contribute to violence in a healthcare facility include:
D. All of the above
 
Which statement is accurate concerning the portability of advance healthcare directives?
B. In some cases, if laws are similar, a state will accept an AHD written in another state
 
Which of the following statements is true regarding pain management?
C. It is easier to manage pain before it becomes severe.
 
Which of the following statements is correct?
A. An example of emotional abuse is locking a child in a closet as punishment.
 
A safety measure for healthcare workers related to workplace violence includes:
A. Listen for verbal expressions of anger and frustration
 
Which of the following statements is true about pain?
C. Patients in pain will not necessarily have changes in their vital signs.
 
Victims of Intimate Partner Violence often:
B. Have injuries inconsistent with the explanation of the injury
 
Restraint or seclusion:
D. Should be initiated only by staff members who have been trained in their use
 
Although any healthcare worker can become a victim of workplace violence, which personnel are at the HIGHEST risk?
D. Nurses and Aides
 
Advance healthcare directives commonly cover:
D. All of the above
 
Which of the following would NOT be considered physical abuse?
A. Threatening to harm a victim’s children or pets
 
Victims at greater risk for abuse are:
D. All of the above
 
When caring for victims of abuse, you should:
B. Touch them only with their permission
 
Sexual harassment in the workplace:
C. Involves uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical conduct directed at an employee or coworker because of his or her sex
 
Poor pain management is associated with:
D. All of the above
 
Which of the following statements is accurate concerning restraints?
B. A belt restraint placed over the patient’s chest may restrict breathing.
 
Which of the following is true about opioid use?
B. Patients may develop a tolerance for opioids over time and may need higher dosages for pain relief.
 
Workplace violence is defined as threats, physical assaults, muggings, and:
A. Bullying
 
Which of the following statements is accurate?
B. Workplace violence can affect trust in management or coworkers
 
Which of the following statements is NOT accurate regarding signs of abuse?
C. Victims of physical abuse will always have visible cuts or bruises.
 
Gender harassment, the most common type of sexual harassment, involves:
B. Unwelcome obscene jokes
 
An example of quid pro quo harassment is:
Demanding sexual favors in exchange for a promotion
 
Advance healthcare directives (AHDs) are:
C. Important for everyone, even those who are healthy
 
If you suspect child abuse, which of the following is a correct action to take?
D. Get permission from the state agency before letting a child leave with the caregiver.
 
Hostile work environment sexual harassment involves harassment by:
D. Any of the above
 
Victims of sexual harassment should:
C. Keep a record of the harassment
 
Physical restraints:
C Are devices to keep patients from moving certain parts of their body
 
The type of abuse that involves intimidating, ridiculing, or degrading someone is called:
B Psychological abuse
 
An advance healthcare directive
C. Affords legal immunity for healthcare professionals from civil and criminal liability when it is followed in good faith
 
Which of the following is NOT accurate concerning elder abuse?
B. Elder abuse happens only within private homes.
 
Potential complications associated with the use of patient restraint devices include:
D. All of the above
 
When caring for terminally ill patients, you should:
C. Consider that larger doses of analgesia may be needed because of disease progression.
 
Which statement is accurate concerning the portability of advanced healthcare directives
In some cases if laws are similar a state will accept an AHD written in another state
 
Which of the following statements is NOT accurate regarding signs of abuse
Victims of physical abuse will always have visible cuts or bruises
 
Hostile work environment sexual harassment involves harassment by
All of the above; direct supervisor, vendor, subordinate
 
Workplace violence is defined as threats, physical assaults, muggings and
bullying
 
Which of the following statements is accurate
workplace violence can affect trust in management or coworkers
 
Which of the following statements is accurate concerning restraints
a belt restraint placed over the patients chest may restrict breathing
 
When caring for victims of abuse you should
touch them only with their permission
 
The type of abuse that involves intimidating ridiculing or degrading someone is called
psychological abuse
 
When caring for terminally ill patients you should
consider that larger doses of analgesia may be needed because of disease progression
 
Healthcare professionals are required to report suspected cases of child and elder abuse
In all states
 
If you suspect child abuse which of the following is a correct action to take
Get permission from the state agency before letting a child leave with the caregiver
 
Which of the following is true about opioid use
patients may develop a tolerance for opioids over time and may need higher dosages for pain relief
 
Gender harassment the most common type of sexual harassment involves
unwelcome obscene jokes
 
Advance healthcare directives commonly cover
ALL of the Above: when a person would or would not want life prolonged, decisions about organ donation, who can make healthcare decisions when person unable to do so
 
Which of the following would NOT be considered physical abuse
threatening to harm victim’s child or pet
 
An example of quid pro quo harassment is
demanding sexual favors in exchange for a promotion
 
Which of the following statements is correct?
Parents who cannot afford medication for their child are guilty of child neglect
 
Victims of sexual harassment should
keep a record of harassment
 
Restraint or Seclusion
should be initiated only by staff members who have trained in their use
 
Which of the following is NOT accurate concerning elder abuse
Elder abuse happens only within private homes
 
victims at greater risk for abuse are
ALL OF THE ABOVE; pregnant women, women for families with an income below $10,000, Women whose job or educational level is higher than their partner’s
 
Sexual harassment in the workplace
involves uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical conduct directed at an employee or coworker because of his or her sex
 
Advance healthcare directives AHDs are
important for everyone even those who are healthy
 
Victims of Intimate partner violence oftern
have injuries inconsistent with explanation of the injury
 
Factors that can contribute to violence in a healthcare facility include
all of the above: understanding on the unit, lack of patient privacy, high volume of activity on the unit
 
Which of the following statements is accurate
providers should always consider alternatives to the use of physical restraints
 
Which of the following statements is accurate concerning advance healthcare directives
Emergency medical technician cannot honor AHDs
 
Although any healthcare worker can become a victim of workplace violence which personnel are at the HIGHEST risk
nurses and aides
 
Which of the following statements is true regarding pain management
is is easier to manage pain before it become severe
 
a safety measure for healthcare workers related to workplace violence includes
listen for verbal expressions of anger and frustration
 
Physical Restraints
are devices to keep patients from moving certain parts of their body
 
Which of the following statements is true about pain
patients in pain will not necessarily have changes in their vital signs
 
An advance healthcare directive
affords legal immunity for healthcare professionals from civil and criminal liability when it is followed in good faith
 
Potential complications associated with the use of patient restraint devices include
all of the above: asphyxiation, consitpation, occlusion of blood circulation
 
Poor pain management is associated with:
All of the above: longer hospital stays, increased immune systems stress, decreased energy

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