Glossary of CNA Review Questions - Chapter 2
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- Which trend moves services from department to the bedside?
- Patient-focused care
- Nursing practice is regulated by
- Nurse practice acts
- What state law affects what you can do?
- The state's nurse practice act
- You perform a task not allowed by your state. Which is true?
a. If an RN delegated the task, there is no legal problem
b. You could be found guilty of practicing nursing without a license
c. Performing the task is allowed if it is in your
- You could be found guilty of practicing nursing without a license.
- An RN asks you to start an IV. Which is true?
a. Nursing assistants do not start IV's.
b. The RN must supervise your work
c. You must be trained to start IV's
d. You must know what the person needs an IV
- Nursing assistants do not start IV's
- These statements are about delegation. Which is false?
a. RNs can delegate their responsibilities to you
b. A delegated task must be safe for the person
c. The delegated task must be in your job description
d. The delegating nurse is
- RNs can delegate their responsibilities to you
- A task is in your job description. Which is false?
a. The RN must always delegate the task to you
b. The RN delegates the task to you the person's circumstances are right
c. The RN must make sure you have the necessary education and traini
- The RN must always delegate the task to you
- A nurse delegates a task to you. You must
- Decide to accept or refuse the task
- You are responsible for
- completing tasks safely
- You can refuse to perform a task for these reasons except:
a. The task is beyond the legal limits of your role
b. The task is not in your job desc.
c. You do not like the task
d. A nurse is not available to supervise you
- You do not like the task
- You decide to refuse a task. What should you do?
- Communicate your concerns to the nurse
- Ethical standards
- Are about right conduct and wrong conduct
- Mr. Jones wants to know the reason for an x-ray. Who is responsible for telling him?
- The doctor
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