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   PROFESSIONAL ADJUSTMENT Quality Circle 1 Bautista, Ryan Joseph Castillon, Irene Shara Diaz, Junielyn Authors: Lydia M. Venzon Ronald M. Venzon  1.   A professional nurse must possess specific qualifications and abilities. For his/her  professional preparation, a nurse must have the following except: A.   Have a license to practice nursing in their country B.   Have competence in all nursing skills C.   Have a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing D.    be physically and mentally fit  ANSWER: B  For a nurs e’s professional preparation, he or she must have a license to practice nursing in their country, have a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and be physically and mentally fit. L. Venzon & R. Venzon, (2005)  Professional nursing in the Philippines 10 th  edition . South Triangle, Quezon City. Page 5 2.   The schedule of mass oath-taking shall be within ___ days upon the release of the results of the licensure examination. A.   5 B. 10 C. 15 D.20  ANSWER: C  It shall be within 15 days upon release of the licensure examination. L. Venzon & R. Venzon, (2005)  Professional nursing in the Philippines 10 th  edition . South Triangle, Quezon City. Page 17 3.   Members of the Board are appointed by the President of the Philippines and confirmed by the Commission on Appointments. It is an appointment where the PNA submits 12 candidates who possess required classification and ranked accordingly. The 12 names are submitted to the Commissioner of PRC and will get the first 6 names that will be sent to the President of the Philippines where he/she will appoint the members. It will be confirmed by Commission on Appointments. A.   Ad Interim Appointment B.   Regular Appointment C.   Classic Appointment D.   Doctrine of hold over.  ANSWER: B  Member of the nursing may be appointed by Regular Appointment, Ad interim Appointment and Doctine of hold-over. Regular appointment is when the PNA submits 12 candidates who possess required classification and ranked accordingly. The 12 names are submitted to the Commissioner of PRC and will  get the first 6 names that will be sent to the President of the Philippines where he/she will appoint the members. It will be confirmed by Commission on Appointments. Ad interim appointment is when a board member is appointed in the meantime to fill in a vacancy or perform the duties of the office during absence of the regular incumbent. Doctrine of Hold over, a member of the nursing board is permitted to continue to exercise the functions of the office after the end of his/her lawful term until replaced. There is no exisiting Classic Appointment. Source: L. Venzon & R. Venzon, (2005)  Professional nursing in the Philippines 10 th  edition. South Triangle, Quezon City. Page 26    4.   Under RA 9173, Section 29, it specified that a person occupying supervisory or managerial positions requiring knowledge of nursing must have the following except: A.   Be a registered nurse in the Philippines B.   Have at least 5 years of experience in general nursing service administration. C.   Possess a BSN degree with at least 9 unit of management and administration courses at graduate level. D.    be a member of good standing of the accredited professional organizations of nurses.  ANSWER: B To be qualified as a nursing service administrator, one should be a registered nurse in the Philippines, have at least 2 years of experience in general nursing service administration and possess a BSN degree with at least 9 unit of management, possess administration courses at graduate level and be a member of  good standing of the accredited professional organizations of nurses 5 years of experience is one of the qualification for a Chief nurse or director of nursing service. Source: L. Venzon & R. Venzon, (2005)  Professional nursing in the Philippines 10 th  edition . South Triangle, Quezon City. Page 37 5.   All nurses whose names appear at the roster of nurses automatically is also called A.   Ipso facto B.   Jus sanguinis C.   Do ut des D.    jus soli  ANSWER: A  Ipso facto means appearance of names at the roster of nurses. Jus sanguinis is a doctrine, where the nationality of a person is determined by the law of his descent or parentage; the child follows the citizenship of his father. Do ut des means that for a country to expect a favor from another; it should be willing to give corresponding favor. Source: L. Venzon & R. Venzon, (2005)  Professional nursing in the Philippines 10 th  edition . South Triangle, Quezon City. Page 18 6.   This is a field of nursing related to health facilities such as extended care facilities. nursing homes and neighborhood clinics, comprises all of the basic component of comprehensive patient care and family health. A.   Institutional Nursing B.   Clinic Nursing C.   Occupational Health Nursing D.   Public Health Nursing  ANSWER A  Institutional Nursing is hospital based care examples are extended care facilities, nursing homes and neighborhood clinics. Clinic nursing possess general skills and is usually working for doctors in their clinics. Occupational Health Nursing works as company nurses. Public health nursing is more focused on  family and gives much emphasis on the promotion of health and prevention of diseases rather than care of the sick. L. Venzon & R. Venzon, (2005)  Professional nursing in the Philippines 10 th  edition . South Triangle, Quezon City. Page 35-62    LEGAL ASPECTS IN NURSING 1.   A nurse came in a room to evaluate a patient status regarding its pain perception, during evaluation, the client kissed the nurse to her cheek and forcefully hug the nurse, the nurse as to defend herself get the IV stand and hit it to the client. under what criminal liability the nurse may fall? A.   Justifying Circumstances B.   Exempting Circumstances C.   Mitigating Circumstances D.   Aggravating Circumstances  ANSWER: A.  A person may not incur criminal liability when he/she acts in defense of his/her  person or right, Justifying circumstances example such as defensing oneself to a  patient who are trying to rape the nurse. Exempting Circumstance are certain circumstances Source: L. Venzon & R. Venzon, (2005)  Professional nursing in the Philippines 10 th  edition . South Triangle, Quezon City. Page 182-186 2.   For the protection of a nurse in the execution of a Patie nt’s will, the nurse  should? A.   Announce the incident to the whole and family and make a rumor that the nurse had made something wrong during the nursing shift. B.   Make a notation on the patient’s chart of the apparent physical and mental condition of the patient at the time of making the will. C.   Make an incident report to her senior. D.   make an appointment with the patient and reconcile what happened.  ANSWER: B  For the protection of the nurse  she should make a notation on the patient’s chart of the apparent mental and physical condition of the patient at the time of making the will and also the fact of his making the will because such records may be important if the wil is later contested. Source: L. Venzon & R. Venzon, (2005)  Professional nursing in the Philippines 10 th  edition . South Triangle, Quezon City. Page 192 3.   An oral will of a patient is also called A.   Holographic will B.    Nuncupative will C.   Testamentary document D.   Expressed will  ANSWER: B
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