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Health Promotion and Maintenance

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For individual sub-scale scores below 70%, create three Critical Point Statements and identify the reference and page number that correlates with the statement (Title of Book/ page #). Critical Point Statements and reference must be handwritten.

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Topics To Review

Management of Care (1 item)

Informed Consent (1 item)

Legal and Ethical Issues: Informed Consent for Electroconvulsive Therapy (RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care, Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 2) Health Promotion and Maintenance (3 items)

Health Promotion/Disease Prevention (2 items)

Anger Management: Risk Factors for Violent Behavior (RN QSEN – Safety , Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 31)

Suicide: Risk Factors for Suicide (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 30)

High Risk Behaviors (1 item)

Anxiety Disorders: Caring for Client Who Has Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (RN QSEN – Safety , Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 11) Psychosocial Integrity (17 items)

Abuse/Neglect (4 items)

Family and Community Violence: Evaluating Priority Outcome Following Intimate Partner Abuse (RN QSEN – Safety , Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 32)

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Topics To Review

Family and Community Violence: Priority Nursing Action for Suspected Child Abuse (RN QSEN – Safety , Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 32)

Family and Community Violence: Risk Factors for Child Abuse (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 32)

Sexual Assault: Priority Interventions (RN QSEN – Teamwork and Collaboration, Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 33)

Behavioral Interventions (2 items)

Family and Community Violence: Evaluating Understanding of Intimate Partner Abuse (RN QSEN – Safety , Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 32)

Personality Disorders: Establishing Client Goals (RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care, Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 16)

Chemical and Other Dependencies/Substance Use Disorder (1 item)

Substance Use and Addictive Disorders: Heroin Withdrawal (Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 18)

Coping Mechanisms (1 item)

Crisis Management: Assessing Personal Coping Skills (RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 29, Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care)

Crisis Intervention (1 item)

Medications for Depressive Disorders: Analyzing Client Behavior (RN QSEN – Safety , Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 22)

Family Dynamics (2 items)

Eating Disorders: Planning Care for a Client Who Has Anorexia Nervosa (Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 19)

Group and Family Therapy: Recognizing Boundaries (RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care, Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 8)

Grief and Loss (1 item)

Care of Those Who are Dying and/or Grieving: Pediatric Concepts of Death (RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care, Active Learning Template – Growth and Development, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 27)

Mental Health Concepts (5 items)

Bipolar Disorders: Interventions for Manic Episode (RN QSEN – Safety , Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 14)

Neurocognitive Disorders: Recognize Contributing Factors for Dementia (Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 17)

Personality Disorders: Clinical Findings (Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 16)

Psychotic Disorders: Interpreting Client Behavior (RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care, Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 15)

Stress and Defense Mechanisms: Identifying Client Defense Mechanisms  (RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care, Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 4) Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies (5 items)

Adverse Effects/Contraindications/Side Effects/Interactions (1 item)

Medications for Psychotic Disorders: Evaluating Understanding of Risperidone (RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care, Active Learning Template – Medication, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 24)

Dosage Calculation (1 item)

Dosage Calculation: Administering Conventional Antipsychotics (RM FUND 9.0 Ch 48)

Expected Actions/Outcomes (1 item)

Medications for Bipolar Disorders: Evaluating Effectiveness of Mood Stabilizers (Active Learning Template – Medication, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 23)

Medication Administration (2 items)

Medications for Bipolar Disorders: Appropriate Nursing Action Based on Lithium Level (Active Learning Template – Medication, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 23)

Medications for Psychotic Disorders: Teaching About Benztropine (RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care, Active Learning Template – Medication, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 24) Reduction of Risk Potential (3 items)

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Brain Stimulation Therapies: Teaching About Electroconvulsive Therapy  (RN QSEN – Patient-centered Care, Active Learning Template – Therapeutic Procedure, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 10)

System Specific Assessments (2 items)

Basic Mental Health Nursing Concepts: Assessing Abstract Thought (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 1)

Medications for Depressive Disorders: Emergency Care for a Client Who Has Indications of Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome (Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 22) Physiological Adaptation (1 item)

Pathophysiology (1 item)

Mental Health Issues of Children and Adolescents: Characteristics of a Toddler Who Has Autism (RN QSEN – Patientcentered Care, Active Learning Template – System Disorder, RM MH RN 10.0 Chp 28)

RN Assessment 66.7% 9 The assessment step of the nursing process involves application of nursing knowledge to the collection, organization, validation and documentation of data about a client¶s health status. The nurse focuses on the client¶s response to a specific health problem including the client¶s health beliefs and practices. The nurse thinks critically to perform a comprehensive assessment of subjective and objective information. Nurses must have excellent communication and assessment skills in order to plan client care.

RN Analysis/Diagnosis 52.9% 17 The analysis step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to analyze assessment data to identify health problems/risks and a client¶s needs for health intervention. The nurse identifies patterns or trends, compares the data with expected standards or reference ranges and draws conclusions to direct nursing care.  The nurse then frames nursing diagnoses in order to direct client care.

RN Planning 40.0% 10 The planning step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to make decisions and problem solve. The nurse uses a client¶s assessment data and nursing diagnoses to develop measureable client goals/outcomes and identify nursing interventions. The nurse uses evidenced based practice to set client goals, establish priorities of care, and identify nursing interventions to assist the client to achieve his goals.

RN Implementation/Therapeutic Nursing Intervention

47.4%19 The implementation step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to apply nursing knowledge to implement interventions to assist a client to promote, maintain, or restore his health. The nurse uses problem-solving skills, clinical judgment, and critical thinking when using interpersonal and technical skills to provide client care. During this step the nurse will also delegate and supervise care and document the care and the client¶s response.

RN Evaluation 40.0% 5 The evaluation step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to evaluate a client¶s response to nursing interventions and to reach a nursing judgment regarding the extent to which the client has met the goals and outcomes.  During this step the nurse will also assess client/staff understanding of instruction, the effectiveness of interventions, and identify the need for further intervention or the need to alter the plan.

Nursing Process

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RN Assessment 66.7% 9 The assessment step of the nursing process involves application of nursing knowledge to the collection, organization, validation and documentation of data about a client¶s health status. The nurse focuses on the client¶s response to a specific health problem including the client¶s health beliefs and practices. The nurse thinks critically to perform a comprehensive assessment of subjective and objective information. Nurses must have excellent communication and assessment skills in order to plan client care.

RN Analysis/Diagnosis 52.9% 17 The analysis step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to analyze assessment data to identify health problems/risks and a client¶s needs for health intervention. The nurse identifies patterns or trends, compares the data with expected standards or reference ranges and draws conclusions to direct nursing care.  The nurse then frames nursing diagnoses in order to direct client care.

RN Planning 40.0% 10 The planning step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to make decisions and problem solve. The nurse uses a client¶s assessment data and nursing diagnoses to develop measureable client goals/outcomes and identify nursing interventions. The nurse uses evidenced based practice to set client goals, establish priorities of care, and identify nursing interventions to assist the client to achieve his goals.

RN Implementation/Therapeutic Nursing Intervention

47.4%19 The implementation step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to apply nursing knowledge to implement interventions to assist a client to promote, maintain, or restore his health. The nurse uses problem-solving skills, clinical judgment, and critical thinking when using interpersonal and technical skills to provide client care. During this step the nurse will also delegate and supervise care and document the care and the client¶s response.

RN Evaluation 40.0% 5 The evaluation step of the nursing process involves the nurse¶s ability to evaluate a client¶s response to nursing interventions and to reach a nursing judgment regarding the extent to which the client has met the goals and outcomes.  During this step the nurse will also assess client/staff understanding of instruction, the effectiveness of interventions, and identify the need for further intervention or the need to alter the plan.

Nursing Process

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Outcomes

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50.0%8 Ability to demonstrate nursing judgment in making decisions about priority responses to a client problem. Also includes establishing priorities regarding the sequence of care to be provided to multiple clients.

Priority Setting

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Foundational Thinking in Nursing 57.1% 7 Ability to recall and comprehend information and concepts foundational to quality nursing practice.

Clinical Judgment/Critical Thinking in Nursing

49.1%53 Ability to use critical thinking skills (interpretation, analysis, evaluation, inference, and explanation) to make a clinical judgment regarding a posed clinical problem. Includes cognitive abilities of application and analysis.

Thinking Skills

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RN Management of Care 83.3% 6 The nurse coordinates, supervises and/or collaborates with members of the health care to provide an environment that is costeffective and safe for clients.

RN Safety and Infection Control 100.0% 3 The nurse uses preventive safety measures to promote the health and well-being of clients, significant others, and members of the health care team.

RN Health Promotion and Maintenance

0.0%3 The nurse directs nursing care to promote prevention and detection of illness and support optimal health.

RN Psychosocial Integrity 48.5% 33 The nurse directs nursing care to promote and support the emotional, mental and social well-being of clients and significant others.

RN Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies

44.4%9 The nurse administers, monitors and evaluates pharmacological and parenteral therapy.

RN Reduction of Risk Potential 25.0% 4 The nurse directs nursing care to decrease clients¶

risk of developing complications from existing health disorders, treatments or procedures.

RN Physiological Adaptation 50.0% 2 The nurse manages and provides nursing care for clients with an acute, chronic or life threatening illness.

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Safety 50.0% 14 The minimization of risk factors that could cause injury or harm while promoting quality care and maintaining a secure environment for clients, self, and others.

Patient-Centered Care 57.7% 26 The provision of caring and compassionate, culturally sensitive care that is based on a patient¶s physiological, psychological, sociological, spiritual, and cultural needs, preferences, and values.

Evidence Based Practice 35.3% 17 The use of current knowledge from research and other credible sources to make clinical judgments and provide client-centered care. 

Teamwork and Collaboration 66.7% 3 The delivery of client care in partnership with multidisciplinary members of the health care team, to achieve continuity of care and positive client outcomes.

QSEN

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Human Flourishing 56.3% 16 Human flourishing is reflected in patient care that demonstrates respect for diversity, approaches patients in a holistic and patientcentered manner, and uses advocacy to enhance their health and well-being.

Nursing Judgment 34.8% 23 Nursing judgment involves the use of critical thinking and decision making skills when making clinical judgments that promote safe, quality patient care.

Professional Identity 75.0% 8 Professional identity reflects the professional development of the nurse as a member and leader of the health care team who promotes relationship-centered care, and whose practice reflects integrity and caring while following ethical and legal guidelines.

Spirit of Inquiry 53.8% 13 A spirit of inquiry is exhibited by nurses who provide evidence based clinical nursing practice and use evidence to promote change and excellence.

NLN Competency

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Liberal Education for Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice

58.3%12 The need for an education that exposes nurses to multiple fields of study providing the foundation for a global perspective of society as well as high level thinking and acquisition of skills that can be applied to complex patient and system-based problems.

Basic Organization and Systems Leadership for Quality Care and Patient Safety

50.0%6 The need for nurses to be able to understand power relationships and use decision-making and leadership skills to promote safe practice and quality improvement within health care systems.

Scholarship for Evidence-Based Practice

35.7%14 The need for nurses to be able to understand the research process and base practice and clinical judgments upon fact-based evidence to enhance patient outcomes.

Interprofessional Communication and Collaboration

100.0%1 The need for nurses to be able to function as a member of the healthcare team while promoting an environment that supports interprofessional communication and collaboration with the goal of providing patient-centered care.

Clinical Prevention and Population Health

64.3%14 The need for nurses to be able to identify health related risk factors and facilitate behaviors that support health promotion, and disease and injury prevention, while providing population-focused care that is based on principles of epidemiology and promotes social justice.

Professionalism and Professional Values

66.7%3 The need for nurses to be able to practice nursing in a professional manner while providing patient-centered care that is caring, respects diversity, and is governed by legal and ethical tenets.

Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice

30.0%10 The need for nurses to be able to practice as a generalist using clinical reasoning to provide care to patients across the lifespan and healthcare continuum and to individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations.

BSN Essentials

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