One of the following acted to decrease mortality by improving sanitation in the battlefields, which resulted in adecline in illness and infection. Dorothea Dix Lilian wald Clara Barton Florence Nightingal
The nurse practices nursing in conformity with the code of ethics for professional registered nurses. This code:
Improves self-health care
Protects the client from harm
Ensures identical care to all clients
Defines the principles by which nurses provide care to their clients.
Evidence-based practice is defined as:
Nursing care based on tradition
Scholarly inquiry embodied in the nursing and biomedical research literature.
A problem-solving approach to clinical practice based on best practices
Quality nursing care provided in an efficient and economically sound manner.
Nursing practice in the tweny-first century is an art and science that is centred on:
The nursing process
The health care facility
One of the following acted to decrease mortality by improving sanitation in the battlefields, which resulted in adecline in illness and infection.
A nurse who uses critical thinking in the decision making process to provide effective quality care to individuals is known as:
An advanced care nurse
A clinical decision maker
A member of a multidisciplinary practice.
An evidence-based practitioner.
The following assures clients that they will receive quality care from a competent nurse?
Standards of care
Nurse Practice Act.
National council licensure
The licensure and practice of nursing is regulated by:
The nurse practice Act.
The certification examination
The national nurses Association of Kenya
Paradigm of nursing include:
Health, person, environment and theory
Concepts, theory, health and environment
Nurses, physicians, models and client needs
The person, health, environment/situation, and nursing
The multidisciplinary care model used to nurse more clients efficiently from admission to discharge is known as: