ATI COMMUNITY HEALTH PROCTORED EXIT EXAM -RETAKE GUIDE

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ATI COMMUNITY HEALTH PROCTORED EXIT EXAM -RETAKE GUIDE LATEST RELIABLE STUDY GUIDE 1. A nurse manager at a community agency is developing an orientation program for newly hired nurses. When discussing the differences between community-based and community-oriented nursing, the nurse should include which of the following as examples of community-based nursing? (Select all that apply.) A. A home health nurse performing wound care for a client who is immobile B. An occupational health nurse providing classes on body mechanics at a local industrial plant C. A school nurse teaching a student who has asthma about medications D. A parish nurse teaching class on low-sodium cooking techniques E. A mental health nurse discussing stress management techniques with a support group 2. A nurse is advocating for local community leaders to place a newly approved community health clinic in an area of the city that has fewer resources than other areas. The nurse is advocating for the leaders to uphold which of the following ethical principles? A. distributive justice B. fidelity C. respect for autonomy D. veracity 3. A nurse is preparing an education program on disease transmission for employees at a local day care facility. When discussing the epidemiological triangle, the nurse should include which of the following factors as agents? (select all that apply) A. resource availability B. ethnicity C. toxins D. bacteria E. altered immunity 4. A nurse is developing a community health education program for a group of clients who have a new diagnosis of DM. Which of the following learning strategies should the nurse include for clients who are auditory learners? A. showing informational videos B. providing equipment to practice hands-on skills C. supplying outlines for note-taking D. Facilitating small group discussions 5. A community health nurse is implementing health programs with several populations in the local area. In which of the following situations is the nursing using primary prevention? A. Performing a home safety check at a client’s home B. teaching healthy nutrition to clients who have HTN C. providing influenza immunizations to employees at a local preschool D. implementing a program to notify individuals exposed to a communicable disease 6.A nurse is preparing an educational program on cultural perspectives in nursing. The nurse should include that which of the following factors are influenced by an individual’s culture? (select all that apply) A. nutritional practices B. family structure C. health care interactions D. biological variations E. views about illness 7.A nurse is caring for a client who is from a different culture than himself. When beginning the cultural assessment, which of the following actions should the nurse take first? A.determine the client’s perception of his current health status B. gather data about the client’s cultural beliefs C. determine how the client’s culture can affect the effectiveness of nursing actions D. gather information about previous client interactions with the health care system 8.A nurse is using the I PREPARE mnemonic to assess a client’s potential environmental exposures. Which of the following questions should the nurse ask when assessing for “A” in the mnemonic? A. “what do you like to do for fun?” B..”what year was you residence built?” C.”what jobs have you had in the past?” D.what industries are near where you live?” 9.A nurse is reviewing information about the local health department to prepare for an interview. Which of the following services should the nurse expect the local health department to provide? (select all that apply) A.managing the women, infant, and children program B.providing education to achieve community health goals C. coordinating directives from state personnel D. reporting communicable diseases to the CDC E. licensing of registered nurses 10.A nurse is conducting health screenings at a statewide health fair and identifies several clients who require referral to a provider. Which of the following statements by a client indicates a barrier to accessing health care? A.”I don’t drive, and my son is only available to take me places in the mornings” B.”I can’t take off during the day, and the local after-hours clinic is no longer in operation” C.”only one doctor in my town is a designated provider by my health maintenance organization” D.”I would like to schedule an appointment with the local doctor in my town who speaks Spanish and English.” 11.A nurse is preparing to conduct a windshield survey. Which of the following data should the nurse collect as a component of this assessment? (select all that apply) A. ethnicity of community members B. individuals who hold power within the community C. natural community boundaries D. prevalence of disease E. presence of public protection 12.A nurse is completing a needs assessment and beginning analysis of data. Which of the following actions should the nurse take first? A.Determine health patterns within collected data B.compile collected data into a database C.ensure data collection is complete D.identify health needs of the local community 13.A nurse is planning a community health program. Which of the following actions should the nurse include as part of the evaluation plan? A.determine availability of resources to initiate the plan B.gain approval for the program from local leaders C.establish a timeline for implementation of interventions D.compare program impact to similar programs 14.A nurse is conducting a community assessment. Which of the following data collection methods is the nurse using when having direct conversations with individual members of the community? A.key informant interviews B.participant observation C.focus groups D.health surveys 15.A nurse is collecting data to identify health needs in the local community. Which of the following examples should the nurse identify as secondary data? (select all that apply) A.birth statistics B.previous health survey results C.windshield survey D.community forum E.health records 16.A nurse is talking to a client who asks for information about hospice. Which of the following statements should the nurse make? A. “clients who require skilled nursing care at home qualify for hospice care” B. “one function of hospice is to provide teaching to clients about life-sustaining measures” C. “hospice assists clients to develop the skills they needed to care for themselves independently” D. “A component of hospice care is to control the client’s manifestations” 17.A school nurse is scheduling visits with a physical therapist for a child who has cerebral palsy. In which of the following roles is the nurse functioning? A.direct caregiver B.consultant C.case manager D.counselor 18.An occupational health nurse is consulting with senior management of a local industrial facility. When discussing work-related illness and injury, the nurse should include which of the following factors as physical agents? (select all that apply) A.noise B.age C.lighting D.viruses E. stress 19.A newly hired occupational health nurse at an industrial facility is performing an initial workplace assessment. Which of the following should the nurse determine when conducting a work site survey? A. work practices of employees B. past exposure to specific agents C. past jobs of individual employees D. length of time working in current role 20.A school nurse is planning health promotion and disease prevention activities for the upcoming school year. In which of the following situations is the nurse planning a secondary prevention strategy? A.placing posters with images of appropriate hand hygiene near restrooms B.routinely checking students for pediculosis throughout the school year C.implementing age-appropriate injury prevention programs for each grade level D.working with a dietician to determine carbohydrate counts for students who have DM 21.A nurse at a community clinic is conducting a well-child visit with a preschool-age child. The nurse should identify which of the following manifestations as a possible indication of child neglect? (Select all that apply) A. underweight B. healing spiral fracture of the arm C. genital irritation D. burns on the palms of hands E. poor hygiene 22.A nurse is caring for a client who is experiencing alcohol withdrawal. Which of the following findings should the nurse identify as a manifestation of withdrawal? A. decreased BP B. diaphoresis C. pinpoint pupils D. bradycardia 23.A community health nurse is developing an education program on substance use disorders for a group of adolescents. Which of the following information should the nurse include when discussing nicotine and smoking? A. smoking is the fifth-most preventable cause of death B. nicotine is a CNS depressant C. withdrawal effects from smoking are minimal D. tolerance to nicotine develops quickly 24.A community health nurse is developing strategies to prevent or improve mental health issues in the local area. In which of the following situations is the nurse implementing a tertiary prevention strategy? A. providing support programs for new parents B. screening a client whose partner recently died for suicide risk C. teaching a client who has schizophrenia about medication interactions D. discussing stress reduction techniques with employees at an industrial site 25.A nurse at an urban community health agency is developing an education program for city leaders about homelessness. Which of the following should the nurse include as the fastest-growing segment of the homeless population? A. families with children B. adolescent runaways C. intimate partner abuse survivors D. older adults 26.. A nurse is preparing a community health program on communicable diseases. When discussing modes of transmission, the nurse should include which of the following illnesses as airborne? A. cholera B. malaria C. influenza D. salmonellosis 27.. A home health nurse is discussing portals of entry with a group of newly hired personnel. Which of the following locations should the nurse include as a portal of entry? (select all that apply) A. respiratory secretions B. skin C. GU tract D. saliva E. mucous membranes 28.. A newly hired public health nurse is familiarizing himself with the levels of disaster management. Which of the following actions is a component if disaster prevention? A. outlining specific roles of community agencies B. identifying community vulnerabilities C. prioritizing care of individuals D. providing stress counseling 29.. A community health nurse is educating the public on the agents of bioterrorism. Which of the following agents should the nurse include as Category A biological agents? (select all that apply) A. hantavirus B. typhus C. plague D. tularemia E. botulism 30.. A community health nurse is determining available and needed supplies in the event of a bioterrorism attack. The nurse should be aware that community members exposed to anthrax will need access to which of the following medications? A. metronidazole B. ciprofloxacin C. zanamivir D. fluconazole CONTINUED………………….DOWNLOAD FOR BEST REVISION GUIDE AND BEST SCORES

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