Nursing practice in the tweny-first century is an art and science that is centred on: The client The nursing process Cultural diversity The health care facility
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: