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Potter & Perry: Fundamentals of Nursing, 7th Edition Test Bank Chapter 8: Caring in Nursing Practice MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The best way for a new graduate to demonstrate caring behavior towards the client is by: 1. Seeking assistance before attempting a new procedure 2. Attempting to do new treatments as quickly as possible 3. Informing the client when performing a treatment for the first time on an actual client 4. Avoiding situations with clients that may be uncomfortable for either the nurse or
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  Potter & Perry: Fundamentals of Nursing, 7 th  Edition Test Bank Chapter 8: Caring in Nursing Pratie! #T$P#E C%$CE 1.The best way for a new graduate to demonstrate caring behavior towards the client is by:1.Seeking assistance before attempting a new procedure2.Attempting to do new treatments as quickly as possible.!nforming the client when performing a treatment for the first time on an actual client .Avoiding situations with clients that may be uncomfortable for either the nurse or the clientA#S:1Acquiring assistance from a staff member before performing a new procedure demonstrates caring behavior toward a client. !f the graduate nurse has the assistance of someone who is skilled in the procedure$ the client will be less likely to e%perience an%iety and the procedure will likely be completed quicker.&erforming new treatments as quickly as possible may convey a message of the nurse nothaving time for the client$ or not valuing the client as a person.'eing honest is important$ but informing clients of a lack of e%perience may only increase the client(s level of an%iety.Avoiding uncomfortable situations does not demonstrate caring behavior toward the client. !n contrast$ it demonstrates detachment and a lack of commitment on the part of the nurse.)!*:+,-*:/0':AnalysisT0&:#ursing &rocess: AssessmentS+:#+3-45 test plan designation: Safe$ -ffective +are -nvironment6+oordinated +are2.The nurse knows that according to 'enner$ caring is defined as a:1.#ew consciousness and moral idea 2.#urturing way of relating to a valued other .&erson$ event$ pro7ect$ or thing that matters to a person .+entral$ unifying$ and dominant domain necessary for health and survival A#S:According to 'enner$ caring means that persons$ events$ pro7ects$ and things matter to  people.8atson defines caring as a new consciousness and moral idea.Swanson defines caring as a nurturing way of relating to a valued other toward whom onefeels a personal sense of commitment and responsibility.According to 3eininger$ caring is the central$ unifying$ and dominant domain distinguishing nursing from other health disciplines and is necessary for the health and survival of all individuals. osby items and derived items 9 2$ 2; by osby$ !nc.$ an affiliate of -lsevier !nc.  Test 'ank )!*:A,-*:<0':=nowledgeT0&:#ursing &rocess: AssessmentS+:#+3-45 test plan designation: Safe$ -ffective +are -nvironment6+oordinated +are.8hich one of the following nursing activities is an e%ample of Swanson(s >enabling? in the caring process@1.Staying with the client before surgery2.&erforming a urinary catheteriation skillfully.Assessing the client(s health history .Teaching the client how to in7ect fastBacting insulinA#S: According to Swanson$ enabling is defined as facilitating the other(s passage through life transitions Ce.g.$ birth$ deathD and unfamiliar events Ce.g.$ selfBin7ection of insulinD.Staying with the client before surgery would be an e%ample of Swanson(s >being with? inthe caring process.&erforming a catheteriation skillfully would be an e%ample of Swanson(s >doing for? in the caring process.Assessing the client(s health history would be an e%ample of Swanson(s >knowing? in thecaring process.)!*:A,-*:0':+omprehensionT0&:#ursing &rocess: !mplementationS+:#+3-45 test plan designation: Safe$ -ffective +are -nvironment6+oordinated +are .,iemen(s study of nurses( caring behaviors C1/<D found which one of the following as a similarity between male and female clients( perceptions of nursing caring behaviors@1.&hysical presence2.&romotion of autonomy.=nowledge of in7ection technique .Speed in the completion of treatmentA#S:1According to ,iemen$ the nurse being physically present with the client provides a  perception of caring$ which is shared by both female and male clients.&romotion of autonomy was not found to be a perception of caring behavior by female and male clients in ,iemen(s study. ayer found promotion of autonomy to be identified as nurse caring behavior as perceived by families of clients with cancer.ayer found knowledge of in7ection technique to be perceived as a nursing caring  behavior by cancer clients.Speed of treatment completion was not perceived as a nursing caring behavior.)!*:A0':=nowledgeT0&:#ursing &rocess: AssessmentS+:#+3-45 test plan designation: Safe$ -ffective +are -nvironment6+oordinated osby items and derived items 9 2$ 2; by osby$ !nc.$ an affiliate of -lsevier !nc. /B2  Test 'ank +are;.The nurse should realie that the most important aspect of knowing the client involves: 1.-stablishing a relationship2.Eathering assessment data.Treating discomforts quickly .Assuming the client(s emotional needsA#S:1 #urses must focus on building a relationship that allows them to learn what is important to their clients.Eathering assessment data is not the most important aspect of knowing a client in relationto caring. )ata gathering does not ensure the nurse will be able to determine the client(s  perceptions and unique e%pectations. Success in knowing a client lies in the relationship that is established.Treating discomforts quickly is not the most important aspect of knowing a client.!f a nurse is assuming the emotional needs of a client$ then the nurse most likely lacks knowledge of the client. !t is more important to have a relationship in which the nurse canverify which emotional needs the client is e%periencing. =nowing who clients are helps the nurse to select those caring approaches that are most appropriate to the client(s needs.)!*:+,-*:FB/0':AnalysisT0&:#ursing &rocess: AssessmentS+:#+3-45 test plan designation: Safe$ -ffective +are -nvironment6+oordinated +are<.The nurse can best demonstrate caring behavior by:1.Gpdates the family about the client(s condition2.Asks to address the client by the client(s first name.+loses the door and covers the client during morning care .Shares with the client(s roommate that she is scheduled for testsA#S:8hen the nurse closes the door and covers the client during a bath$ the nurse is displaying behaviors that make the client feel valued as a human being. The nurse is attending to the client and is preserving the client(s dignity.=eeping family members informed is perceived as a caring behavior by familyH however$ the nurse must first have the client(s permission to do so.+alling the client by his or her first name may not demonstrate caring behavior because a caring relationship has not yet been established. The nurse would be assuming it is acceptable to the client to call him or her by the first name. The nurse should enter the relationship with respect for the client and avoid making assumptions.Sharing personal information about the client with the roommate would be a breech of confidentiality.)!*:A,-*:B10':+omprehensionT0&:#ursing &rocess: !mplementation osby items and derived items 9 2$ 2; by osby$ !nc.$ an affiliate of -lsevier !nc. /B  Test 'ank S+:#+3-45 test plan designation: Safe$ -ffective +are -nvironment6+oordinated +areF.To best improve the bathing care provided by a particular staff member$ the nurse manager should:1.Tell the staff member how to correctly give baths to clients2.&rovide the staff member with good resources to read on bathing clients.Ask another staff member to provide the unit(s bathing care in the afternoon .Assist and observe the staff member in the bathing care of a client on the unitA#S: &ersons who do not e%perience care in their lives often find it difficult to act in caring ways. The nurse manager who demonstrates a bath acts as a role model and conveys the value of caring. The staff member may also feel more valued because the nurse manager took the time to be with the staff member individually.Telling the staff member how to give baths is less apt to change behavior. The staff member needs to see why it is important before they are likely to be motivated to change his or her behavior.&roviding staff members with resources to read does not ensure that the staff members will read them or change their behavior.Asking another staff member to provide special skin care does not address the problem of  poor hygienic care by the staff member.)!*:+,-*:/0':AnalysisT0&:#ursing &rocess: !mplementationS+:#+3-45 test plan designation: Safe$ -ffective +are -nvironment6+oordinated +are/.The nurse knows that a key element in 3eininger(s theory of caring is that it includes:1.*ive categories of caring2.+onnectedness with others .Transcultural perspectives .Spiritual dimensions and healingA#S:A key element of 3eininger(s theory is transcultural perspectives. 3eininger stresses that even though human caring is a universal phenomenon$ the e%pressions$ processes$ and  patterns of caring vary among cultures.Swanson(s theory describes caring as consisting of five categories or processes.'eing connected with others is a key element of 'enner and 8rubel(s theory.A key element in 8atson(s theory is spiritual dimensions and healing.)!*:A,-*:<BF0':=nowledgeT0&:#ursing &rocess: AssessmentS+:#+3-45 test plan designation: Safe$ -ffective +are -nvironment6+oordinated +are osby items and derived items 9 2$ 2; by osby$ !nc.$ an affiliate of -lsevier !nc. /B

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