Knowing the religious divergence within Mrs. Steiner’s family, how might the nursing staff facilitate their preparation for the death of their mother and her funeral?
If possible, visit a nursing home at mealtime. Write your evaluation of the food and a description of client reactions to it and to you, the visitor.
Explain the purposes, nursing implications, and health education for women and their families for cancer screening, medications, and treatments for disorders of the reproductive system and breast.
Which of the following is the best source of assessment information for the nurse? a. Nursing plan of care b. Physician c. Patient d. Family and friends
State alternative treatments or nursing interventions you included in the plan of care. How would you determine if they are paid for by a third-party payer?
Briefly explain the role that communication plays in the following steps of the nursing process. a. Assessing: b. Diagnosing: c. Planning: d. Implementing: e. Evaluating: f. Documenting:
What are the approaches that the nursing profession could use to alert the public of the danger and the need to avoid exposure?
The nurse identifies the nursing diagnosis of Risk for aspiration.† The outcome is aspiration prevention. Write two individualized outcomes that would demonstrate attainment of this goal.
Apply the nursing process to common problems related to hygienic care of the: • Skin. • Feet. • Nails. • Mouth. • Hair. • Eyes. • Ears.
What are some of the current changes occurring in the healthcare delivery system, and how could these changes influence nursing research and the use of research findings?