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You are acting as a preceptor for a newly hired graduate nurse. The graduate has been assigned to care for a client with a Stage III pressure ulcer. The graduate nurse voices questions about infections and pressure ulcers.
 
  Which of the following statements should be included in your response?
  A) Topical antibiotic therapy is used for long-term prophylactic pressure ulcer management.
  B) Silver sulfadiazine is the antimicrobial of choice for wounds with high bacterial counts.
  C) Nanocrystalline silver dressings are effective against gram-positive bacteria.
  D) Caution must be used with cadexomer iodine dressings, as they have been shown to disrupt granulation activity.

Question 2

Which interventions should the nurse perform when an older patient reports a change in hearing? Standard Text: Select all that apply.
 
  1. Perform a Rinne test.
  2. Eliminate extraneous noise.
  3. Review prescribed medications.
  4. Report the change to the physician.
  5. Speak in a tone that includes shouting.

Question 3

The nurse is assisting a graduate nurse to develop a plan of care for a newly admitted client. The client has been diagnosed with pneumonia and has a Stage II pressure ulcer.
 
  Which of the following nursing diagnoses will be of the greatest initial importance when planning care?
  A) Potential for infection related to impaired skin integrity
  B) Pain related to destruction of tissue
  C) Knowledge deficit related to care of skin disorder
  D) Risk for infection related to impaired skin integrity

Question 4

An otoscopic examination of an older patient reveals a red, bulging membrane with absent distorted light reflex. Which condition would the nurse suspect?
 
  1. Scar tissue
  2. Otitis media
  3. External otitis
  4. Ruptured tympanic membrane

Question 5

An older patient has sensorineural hearing loss. Which health problems should the nurse recognize as causing this type of hearing loss? Standard Text: Select all that apply.
 
  1. Presbycusis
  2. Meniere's disease
  3. Impacted cerumen
  4. Otitis media infection
  5. Tympanic membrane perforation

Question 6

The nurse is reviewing an older patient's currently prescribed medications. Which medications have side effects that increase visual disturbances? Standard Text: Select all that apply.
 
  1. Propranolol (Inderal)
  2. Warfarin (Coumadin)
  3. Tamoxifen (Nolvadex)
  4. Amiodarone (Cordarone)
  5. Calcium carbonate (Tums)

Question 7

A client has been treated for a skin tear. Which of the following dietary selections contains ingredients that will be most favorable to wound healing?
 
  A) Bacon, toast, and coffee
  B) Cereal, milk, and toast
  C) Eggs, toast, and orange juice
  D) Ham slices, milk, and applesauce
Trenching across an active fault ____.
 A)releases pressure along the fault
 B)allows geologists to find evidence of previous earthquakes
 C)allows structures to be built to stop faulting activity
 D)diminishes the intensity of earthquakes
 E)produces secondary faults that reduce pressure on the major fault

Question 2

The increasing percentage of heavier elements in the universe results from nuclear fusion during the evolution of ____________________.
 Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

Question 3

In contrast to continental crust, oceanic crust is ____.
 A)granitic
 B)less dense
 C)thicker
 D)complex
 E)simpler

Question 4

The basic force that is the attraction of one body toward another is ____________________.
 Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

Question 5

Beneath some valleys in East Africa and in a large area called the Basin and Range Province in the western United States and northern Mexico, the crust ____.
 A)appears to be in the initial stages of rifting
 B)appears to have undergone numerous earthquakes in the last 1000 years
 C)is much thicker than it is in the surrounding areas
 D)is composed mostly of basalt
 E)is composed of fragments of extinct volcanoes

Question 6

A combination of related parts that interact in an organized fashion is a(n) ____________________.
 Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

Question 7

What unifying theory of geology holds that large segments of Earth's outer part move relative to one another?
 A)lithospheric zone theory
 B)convection cell theory
 C)subduction zone theory
 D)plate cycle theory
 E)plate tectonic theory
What is/are the most common concern(s) a counselor will have about a client taking anti-anxiety drugs?
 
  a) Drug dependency.
  b) Withdrawal symptoms.
  c) Alcohol consumption.
  d) All of the above.
  e) None of the above.

Q. 2

Although the Global Appraisal of Individual NeedsInitial (GAIN) has been used more typically in research setting it can be beneficial to use in counseling settings because:
 
  a) In some groups scores on the GAIN correlate with other indicators of substance use
  b) It assesses both current and lifetime usage
  c) Assesses withdrawal symptoms
  d) All of the above

Q. 3

Which of the following category of drugs is the most commonly used to treat anxiety?
 
  a) Barbiturates
  b) Hypnotics
  c) Benzodiazepines
  d) Nonbenzodiazepines
  e) All of the above

Q. 4

Which types of drugs are used to treat anxiety?
 
  a) Drugs that eliminate the body's natural response to anxiety.
  b) Drugs that increase the body's natural response to anxiety.
  c) Drugs that decrease the body's natural response to anxiety.
  d) a) and b) only.
  e) All of the above.

Q. 5

Approximately what percentage of students with disabilities are placed in the Learning Disabilities category
 
  a. 2
  b. 5
  c. 20
  d. 50

Q. 6

What function do agonist drugs perform in the body?
 
  a) They increase the body's natural response.
  b) They decrease the body's natural response.
  c) They eliminate the body's natural response function.
  d) They replace the body's natural response function.
  e) All of the above.
The working-through process consists of repetitive and elaborate explorations of unconscious material and defenses, most of which originated in early childhood.
 
  a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 2

Gender aware therapy is designed to address the issues of:
 
  A. GLBT clients only.
  B. men only.
  C. women only.
  D. men and women.

Q. 3

When should clients be told that informed consent is an ongoing process?
 
  a. Never, since informed consent is not an ongoing process
  b. At the outset of the group
  c. During the transition stage
  d. Only if a member asks about it

Q. 4

Psychodynamic group leaders do not interpret their client's transferences.
 
  a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 5

EMDR is a form of therapy designed to lessen or eliminate symptoms related to:
 
  A. depression.
  B. Schizophrenia.
  C. trauma.
  D. anti-social behavior.

Q. 6

The ASGW's Professional Training Standards endorses the following clinical practice as a means of gaining supervised experience in group work EXCEPT
 
  a. critiquing group tapes and sharing them with family and friends for feedback.
  b. co-leading groups with supervision.
  c. participating as a member in a group.
  d. observing group counseling sessions.

Q. 7

Brief psychodynamic therapists tend to assume an active role in the therapy process.
 
  a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false
Which is not a problem-focused skill?
 
  a. Advice giving
  b. Information giving
  c. Offering alternatives
  d. Modeling
  e. Self-disclosure
  f. Two of the above

Q. 2

Content self-disclosure is which of the following?
 
  a. The reflection of content beyond what the client is disclosing
  b. The reflection of feelings beyond what the client is disclosing
  c. Revealing something about yourself that relates to the topic the client is talking about in an effort to model behaviors and show the client you are real
  d. All of the above

Q. 3

A helper says to a client, I'm feeling very good about you right now as you share these difficult thoughts with me.. This is an example of which of the following?
 
  a. Intentional modeling
  b. Forced modeling
  c. Content self-disclosure
  d. Process self-disclosure
  e. A 3.0 empathic response
  f. Good reflection

Q. 4

Self-disclosure on the part of the clinician is used for all but which of the following reasons?
 
  a. To reveal parts of oneself in an effort to strengthen the counseling relationship
  b. As a means for mimicking early attachment issues
  c. As a mechanism to help the client feel comfortable with self-disclosure
  d. As an example of how to be in relationships

Q. 5

A therapist decides to use a sticker chart with a parent who is compulsively late to show him how such charts can be used with children. Every time the parent comes in on time for a session, he gets a star. And, every time the parent describes behaviors that he has worked to change, he gets a star. He can hand in ten stars for a book on parenting skills. This is an example of:
 
  a. innocuous modeling.
  b. inadvertent modeling.
  c. intentional modeling.
  d. forced modeling.
  e. being empathic.

Q. 6

A client tells his therapist that he was able to practice good listening skills this past week because he learned from watching her during the sessions. This is an example of:
 
  a. information giving.
  b. advice giving.
  c. innocuous modeling.
  d. inadvertent modeling.
  e. intentional modeling.
  f. forced modeling.
  g. being empathic.

Q. 7

Modeling that occurs as a by-product of the helping relationship is called:
 
  a. innocuous modeling.
  b. inadvertent modeling.
  c. intentional modeling.
  d. forced modeling.
Essentially, men often communicate to report and women often communicate to establish rapport.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false
Carlos is trying to get some of his fellow college students to join him in cleaning up the three campus parks. Each student will earn one credit hour in general studies if they volunteer.
 
  Which of the following would be a restraining force in this situation?
   a. Students get to work for academic credit.
  b. Many of the students want to see clean parks on campus.
  c. It will be an opportunity to work with friends.
  d. Students don't know where to volunteer.
A __________ is a relationship between two people that the partners see as their most important
  interpersonal relationship.
 
  Fill in the blanks with correct word
Power is typically held by how many persons in a group?
 
  A. more than one person
  B. at least two persons
  C. five people
  D. one person
Responding mentally, verbally, and nonverbally is a speakers message is known as ________
  ________.
 
  Fill in the blanks with correct word
An optimistic theory about people is associated with
 
  A. Theory X
  B. Theory Y
  C. Theory Z
  D. Hawthorne's Theory
  E. Likert's Theory
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
In response to Congress's attempt to stop him from continuing the bombing of Cambodia, President Nixon
 
  a. repeatedly vetoed Congress's bills to halt the attacks.
  b. gradually reduced the number of bombing raids.
  c. shifted the bombing campaign to Laos.
  d. declared that he was stopping the bombing but continued the campaign secretly.
  e. None of these choices are correct.
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
How did the economic situation President Barack Obama faced during his first year in office compare to the economic situation faced by his political predecessor, President George W. Bush, in Bush's last year in office?
 
  A. The economic situation was better during President Obama's first year in office than it was during President Bush's last year in office.
  B. The economic situation continued to deteriorate during President Obama's first year in office.
  C. The economic situation was about the same during President Obama's first year in office as it was during President Bush's final year in office.
  D. The economic situation made slight improvements during President Obama's first year in office after President Bush's final year in office.
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
In its first term, the Reagan administration did all of the following, EXCEPT
 
  a. increase the national debt.
  b. increase defense spending.
  c. increase federal funds for school lunches.
  d. decrease environmental regulation.
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