NSG 5000 Week 5 Knowledge Check
NSG 5000 Week 5 Knowledge Check
Which APN role was purposely created to be broad in scope
but in recent years that broadness has caused challenges understanding exactly
what they can do?
Question 1 options:
What best demonstrates the advanced practice registered
nurse professional leadership?
Question 2 options:
adding clinical protocols to the advanced practice nurse’s
scope of practice.
comparing the workplace roles of the registered nurse and
the advanced practice nurse.
creating a task force to address scope of practice concerns.
lobbying to eliminate continuing education requirements.
The scope of practice of an Adult/Gerontological PC NP
allows evaluation of what age group of patients?
Question 4 options:
Newborns to elderly
21 years and up
13 years and up
only 65 and older
The AGNP working in primary care is made aware of a denial
of services for one of her patients. Which action demonstrates an appropriate
competency and skill?
Question 5 options:
mentoring staff to investigate the patient’s needs
acceptance and articulation to explain to the patient the
reason for denial
advocacy through communication to the denying agency and
reviewing other options
articulating to the collaborating physician as likely the MD
can make this happen
.Which definition distinguishes Advanced Nursing Practice (ANP) from Advance PracticeNursing(APN)?
The ANP and APN are indistinguishable and the broad definition is best described in specific roles
The integration of all levels and specializations in nursing that directs direct patient care to individual patients, families and communities
The progression of the nurse to any advanced role that elevates clinical decision making that is gained through work experience and continuing education
2. Which factors best differentiates basic nursing practice from advance practice nursing?
Increased role autonomy; Supervision or collaboration with physician and execution of joint orders
Lateral role autonomy; Independence from most disciplines; Regulations govern
Increased role autonomy; Interprofessional decision making; Disease management
Increased role autonomy; Elevated clinical decision making; Integration of health promotion; Management of acute and chronic conditions; and Collaboration with other disciplines
3. What is the purpose of a conceptual model?
To provide the most appropriate ways to view the subject matter of a discipline
To benefit patients, nurses, and other stakeholders by offering a systematic approach to nursing research, education, administration, and practice
To provide practical benefits of communication, reduce conflict, and provide a consistent approach of advanced practice nursing
To associate levels of nursing practice, research and theory development when planning curricula, course content, and clinical experiences for preparing APNS
4. What are the issues related to concepts, models, and theories of advanced practice nursing?
Inapplicable from the real world of direct patient care and patient outcomes
Abstract thinking and lack evidenced based research (EBR) support
Confusing to students in transition, who are excited about learning new ways of caring for patients
Preparation, promulgating of policies, and employment of EBR to impact patient outcomes needs to be consistent
5.Which of the following of the three below are APRN roles?
CNMs (certified nurse midwives)
CNS(certified Nurse specialists)
CNL (clinical nurse leader)
CRNAs (certified registered nurse anesthetists)