NUR3045 Full course - 2017

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Module 1 discussion

Cultural Rites & Customs

Instructions:

Post the one page Interview you conducted for M1: Assignment - Cultural Rites & Customs.

Review the interviews from your colleagues and respond to one post.

To begin the discussion, click on the "Click to Launch" link above, and then click "Create Thread".

Module 2 discussion

Heritage Assessment Tool

Instructions:

Post the summary of the Interview you conducted for M2: Assignment - Heritage Assessment Tool.

Review the summary interviews from your colleagues and respond to one post.

To begin the discussion, click on the "Click to Launch" link above, and then click "Create Thread".

Module 3 discussion

Connecting Eligible Immigrant Families to Health Coverage

Instructions:

Read the report Connecting Eligible Immigrant Families to Health Coverage and Care.

Write a one page post offering solutions to the problem from the nurse's standpoint.

To begin the discussion, click on the "Click to launch" link above, and then click "Create Thread".

Module 4 discussion

Islamic Culture

Instructions:

Post the reflection paper you conducted for M4: Assignment - Islamic Culture.

Review the reflection postings from your colleagues and respond to one post.

To begin the discussion, click on the "Click to Launch" link above, and then click "Create Thread".

M1: Assignment - CLCPA

Instructions:

Visit the National Center for Cultural Competence website.

Register as New User for the Cultural and Linguistic Competence Policy Assessment (CLCPA) .

Take the CLCPA self-assessment.

Write a 1-2 page reflection of your self-assessment results in APA style.

Attach/upload your file by clicking "Browse My Computer" for Attach File.

M1: Assignment - Cultural Rites & Customs

Instructions:

Interview a person from a different cultural background and have them explain one of their rites or customs.

Write a description of this culture practice.

Your paper should be:

One (1) page

Typed according to APA style for margins, formating and spacing standards

See NUR3045 - Library (located on left-side on menu) for tutorial Using APA Style

Typed into a Microsoft Word document, save the file, and then upload the file

Upload your file by clicking "Browse My Computer" for Attach File.

Also post your one page interview to the M1: Discussion - Cultural Rites & Customs.

M2 Assignment - Heritage Assessment Tool

Instructions:

Interview an older member of your family

Use the Heritage Assessment Tool found in Appendix E, page 376 of your textbook as a starting point for your interview.

Summarize what practices your family member used to maintain, protect and restore health. (Include one example)

Your paper should be:

One (1) page

Typed according to APA style for margins, formating and spacing standards

See NUR3045 - Library (located on left-side on menu) for tutorial Using APA Style

Typed into a Microsoft Word document, save the file, and then upload the file

Upload your file by clicking "Browse My Computer" for Attach File.

M2 Assignment - Familial Health Traditions

Instructions:

Read and follow the directions on pages 160 and 161.

Conduct an interview with an older family member.

Summarize your findings regarding familial and social changes, and your ethnocultural and religious heritage. (Include one example)

Your paper should be:

One (1) page

Typed according to APA style for margins, formating and spacing standards

See NUR3045 - Library (located on left-side on menu) for tutorial Using APA Style

Typed into a Microsoft Word document, save the file, and then upload the file.

Upload your file by clicking "Browse My Computer" for Attach File.

M4 Assignment - Teaching Transcultural Nursing

Teaching Transcultural Nursing

One of the biggest challenges in nursing education is to develop culturally sensitive graduates. Although theory and lecture are appropriate to introduce cultural issues, the application of those skills is limited by the kinds of clinical experiences and patient populations students may treat.

Instructions:

Read the Teaching Transcultural Nursing Through Literature article.

Answer the following questions:

Did you read any of the books listed in Table 1 on page 525 of the article?

If so, list the books you have read.

If not, place those books on your to-do-list for reading.

Select one question from Table 2 and answer. Share your thoughts, knowledge and experiences.

Share/post this assignment in the Wiki - Reaction - Teaching Transcultural Nursing.

M4 Assignment - Islamic Culture

Islamic Culture

"Though it is the fastest growing religion in the world, Islam remains shrouded by ignorance and fear. What is the essence of this ancient faith? Is it a religion of peace or war? How does Allah differ from the God of Jews and Christians? Can an Islamic state be founded on democratic values such as pluralism and human rights?" (Reza Aslan, 2005)

Instructions:

Watch the movie - Islam in America.

If you are having difficulties viewing the video? Read the Films On Demand to obtain log in or creating an account information.

Write a two (2) page reflection about the movie

Your paper should be"

Two (2) pages

Typed according to APA style for margins, formatting and spacing standards

Include 1-2 references

Upload your file by clicking "Browse My Computer" for Attach File.


M1 quiz chapter 1

Question 1 The nurse is disappointed with not being able to provide educational materials in a non-English-speaking patient's primary language. What can the nurse do to serve as an advocate when providing culturally competent care?

Question 2 A patient from a non-English-speaking culture comes into the health clinic seeking care. The nurse is unable to determine the patient's primary language. What should the nurse do?

Question 3 A health care organization provides care to individuals of whom 75% are from non-English-speaking cultures. When determining the languages to represent within the organization, on which will the organization focus?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 4 The staff development instructor is planning a seminar that focuses on the variables leading to generational conflict. What will the instructor include in this content?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 5 The nurse is planning care for a group of patients from different cultural backgrounds. What aspects of the nurse will impact how the patients access and respond to health care services?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 6 The staff development educator is analyzing ways to incorporate cultural competency concepts in continuing education programs. How will the educator explain the concept of cultural competency to staff?

Question 7 A health care organization is planning continuing education for all staff on culturally and linguistically appropriate service delivery. Which category of culturally and linguistically appropriate services in health care will this action support?

Question 8 When a health care provider takes the time to learn the underlying background of a patient to provide the best possible health care, which type of cultural care is being provided?

Question 9 The Department of Nursing with a health care organization is planning steps that reflect the Joint Commission's recommendations for cultural competence. What will the nursing department include in these steps?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 10 The staff nurse is identifying ways to communicate care needs for a patient from a non-English-speaking culture. How will the nurse use the tool within the Joint Commission monograph roadmap for hospitals to help with this need?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 11 The nurse is planning care to address health care needs for a non-English-speaking patient and family. What would the nurse use as a guide for this care?

Question 12 A health care organization is incorporating culturally and linguistically appropriate services into the strategic plan. In which areas of the plan will these services be reflected?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 13 The health care organization has made a conscious effort to provide linguistically appropriate services to its predominantly Hispanic population, incorporating within its staff members from different Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America. Which cultural care concept is this organization implementing?

Question 14 Which behavior of a health care provider exemplifies culturally competent care?

Question 15 The nurse is planning the care for a patient from a non-English-speaking culture. Which terms would the nurse use that reflect cultural care?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 16 The nurse is unable to locate an interpreter to support a patient from a non-English-speaking culture. The patient asks a family member to interpret for the staff. What would the nurse do to ensure culturally and linguistically appropriate services for this patient?

Question 17 The nurse practitioner is ensuring that an adequate amount of educational materials are printed in languages that reflect the patient population. What are the reasons for this health care provider treating a more diverse patient population?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 18 The nurse is completing a survey that includes questions about different aspects of cultural competence. What is the purpose of this survey?

Question 19 Unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) ask the nurse to explain the difference between cultural care and other types of care. What would the nurse say in response to the UAP?

Question 20 Which action would a hospital administrator take to meet the cultural and linguistic needs of Spanish-speaking community members?

M1 quiz chapter 2

Question 1

The health care team is having difficulty communicating with a patient from a non-English-speaking culture. An interpreter has not yet been located. Which behaviors might the patient demonstrate because of this communication issue?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 2 A group of nurses talking are overheard using jargon that is consistent with the nursing profession. Which behavior are the nurses demonstrating?

Question 3 The nurse determines that a patient is in the process of acculturation. What did the nurse assess in this patient?

Question 4 Why does the nurse stop and think before implementing touch when providing care to a patient from a different culture?

Question 5 A patient from a non-English-speaking culture explains how he has to behave differently at work than he does at home. What does the nurse realize this patient is describing?

Question 6 Prior to caring for a Native American patient, the nurse reviews the diseases that are more prevalent in this culture. What is the nurse taking into consideration when caring for this patient?

Question 7 While conducting a health history, a patient demonstrates characteristics of ethnocentrism. What behaviors did the nurse observe in the patient?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 8 While collecting demographics, the nurse learns that an American patient is married to an immigrant from another country. What does this patient's marriage exemplify?

Question 9 A patient living in the United States for 10 years is distressed about not "fitting in" with American society. What aspects of acculturation will the nurse discuss with this patient?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 10 A patient born in a European country speaks excellent American English. The nurse realizes that this patient has achieved which type of assimilation?

Question 11 A patient tells the nurse that it is important for him or her to be discharged soon because it is expected that the family's needs be met. Which aspect of heritage consistency is this patient demonstrating?

Question 12 What aspects of a patient's culture will the health care provider keep in mind when providing care?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 13 The nurse is planning care for an older patient. What will the nurse take into consideration to reduce generational conflict?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 14 The nurse identifies that a patient from a different culture will not make eye contact during the assessment process. What does the lack of eye contact indicate to the nurse?

Question 15 A patient tells the nurse that a health problem is common among people of the patient's ethnic background. What other characteristics would the nurse assess as contributing to this patient's ethnicity?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 16 The nurse is not happy to learn that a newly admitted patient is from the same culture as a previous patient who had created much turmoil on the care area. What behavior is this nurse prone to demonstrate?

Question 17 A seminal event in the boomer generation that can still elicit comments today is the question:

Question 18 The staff development instructor is planning a seminar that focuses on the variables leading to generational conflict. What will the instructor include in this content?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 19 A patient tells the health care provider that a foot injury occurred while participating in Oktoberfest as a dancer. The patient is explaining which aspect of heritage consistency?

Question 20 A health care provider comments that a patient is "too old to take care of herself" and needs to "let a man make decisions for her." The nurse recognizes that this health care provider is demonstrating which misanthropic feelings?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

M1 Quiz - Chapter 3

Question 1 Statistics for 2008 to 2009 indicated that 20.7% of children lived in poverty. What health implications can be drawn from this statistic?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 2 Which criterion limits access to health care?

Question 3 A patient in the Emergency Department is concerned about the cost of treatment because of no financial income. What areas would the nurse include when assessing this patient?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 4 While taking the health history, a Black Hispanic patient tells the nurse about having difficulty finding employment. The nurse realizes that which is a factor that causes income disparity within this segment of the population?

Question 5 The nurse notes that a larger number of foreign-born patients are being seen in the hospital. From which countries are the majority of foreign-born legal permanent residents?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 6 A patient explains how a former job has been outsourced to another country. What impact has globalization had on the economy?

Question 7 Legal permanent residents tend to initially settle in urban areas. What can be inferred from this?

Question 8 A foreign-born patient tells the nurse about preparing for the naturalization exam. What kinds of questions will be on this exam?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 9 While shifts in the population profile are occurring, what is an important consideration to address in health care?

Question 10 According to the 2010 Census, the percentage of the 65+ population of White non-Hispanics is at 13%. How will health planning needs be affected by this percentage?

Question 11 A patient tells the nurse that she lives in Section 8 housing. The nurse realizes that eligibility for this program is determined by:

Question 12 A patient, an immigrant from another country, is waiting to be seen in the Emergency Department. What difficulties is this patient dealing with since coming to a new country?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 13 The nurse is comparing the patient population at a health care organization with the US Bureau of the Census population statistics. Which statement would the nurse use to make this comparison?

Question 14 Prior to completing an admission assessment, a foreign-born patient provides the nurse with a green card. What does this green card represent?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 15 When determining health care needs for a patient population, the health care organization analyzes the percentage of races represented within the organization with those of the US Census. What was the change in the White population between the 2000 and 2010 censuses?

Question 16 While completing demographics for a new admission, the nurse notes that there are separate categories for race and Hispanic origin. What influenced this change to occur in demographic data reporting?

Question 17 How might immigration contribute to income inequality in the United States?

Question 18 Which characteristic would the nurse assess in a family experiencing multi-generational poverty?

Question 19 The health care administrator is comparing the 2000 Census Bureau data with patient demographic data. Which cultural group represented 12.5% of the population in 2000?

Question 20 What does the nurse identify as reasons why income influences health?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

M1 quiz chapter 4

Question 1 Besides being important public health issues and motivating people to action, what purpose do the Healthy People 2020 objectives serve?

Question 2 A group of health care providers are attempting to define health. What can occur during this discussion?

Question 3 Which is an obligation of a person who is assuming the sick role?

Question 4 According to Suchman, what does assuming the sick role mean to a person?

Question 5 Within the Healthy People 2020 document, what characteristics contribute to health disparity in the United States?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 6 Which actions or behaviors exemplify health maintenance?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 7 A patient says, "The doctors say I'm healthy, but I still don't feel well." What can the nurse infer from this statement about the patient's definition of health?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 8 Which phases would a person experience during an illness trajectory?

Question 9 Why would health care providers refer to Healthy People 2020 when providing patient care?

Question 10 While hospitalized, a patient enters the stage of patient status. What behavior will the nurse observe in this patient?

Question 11 How would the definition of health differ between a beginning nursing student and a graduate nursing student?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 12 Which statement exemplifies Rosenstock's belief about health as an elusive concept?

Question 13 The nurse determines that a patient is in the onset stage of an illness. What did the nurse observe in the patient?

Question 14 What would be the result of ambivalence during the dependent-patient role stage?

Question 15 Which statement exemplifies how a nursing student views health?

Question 16 While reviewing the Healthy People 2020 document, the nurse identifies what as being the main objectives of the program?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 17 Why would the nurse review health status determinants when assessing a patient?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 18 A patient comes to a health care provider concerned about a family history of diabetes. The provider addresses the patient's concerns and suggests interventions to diminish the patient's chances of developing the disease. What is this action considered?

Question 19 Which illness trajectory would be seen in a person with cancer?

Question 20 After learning about a health problem, a patient is reluctant to take action. Which barriers could be influencing this patient's decision about taking action?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

M2 quiz chapter 5

Question 1 While caring for a patient from the Chinese culture, the nurse learns that the patient has a specific practice that follows yin and yang. What impact will this have on the patient's dietary intake?

Question 2 What would the nurse identify as contributors to illness?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 3 While performing a home assessment, the home care nurse identifies traditional practices that the patient uses to protect health. Which are practices used to protect health?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 4 Which actions would the nurse categorize as traditional mental HEALTH maintenance?

Question 5 Which action do most people take when experiencing a mild illness?

Question 6 A patient wants to use a complementary medicine approach for a chronic health problem. Which approaches would the nurse suggest the patient use?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 7 During an assessment, a patient tells the nurse, "An onion a day keeps everyone away." How does this philosophy protect health?

Question 8 Which action does the nurse recognize as essential for maintaining health?

Question 9 During a health history, a patient tells the nurse about following traditional epidemiological practices. What is the purpose of these practices?

Question 10 Which activities does the nurse recognize as being used by a patient to restore health?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 11 A patient tells the nurse that an illness was caused by the evil eye. What are common beliefs about this cause of illness?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 12 Which statement would the nurse utilize to define HEALTH?

Question 13 While assessing a patient from the Jewish culture, the nurse learns that the patient believes that an illness is being caused by another soul. What is this health belief considered?

Question 14 While working with community members of different cultures, the nurse learns a variety of beliefs about the evil eye. What are the consistent variables of this cause of illness?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 15 During a medication history, a patient tells the nurse that black cohosh is often used to treat illnesses. For what purposes will the nurse ask the patient if this herb is being used?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 16 The nurse is trying to determine if a treatment that a patient has been taking for an illness is considered a homeopathic remedy. Which are criteria of homeopathy?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 17 The nurse notes that a patient's religion is identified as being Christian Science. How will this religious belief impact the health care that the patient will want?

Question 18 In some cultures, spitting is a health protection activity done after giving someone else a compliment. What is the purpose of this action?

Question 19 Which patient statement reflects a spiritual belief that defines illness?

Question 20 The nurse learns that a patient used to follow homeopathic medicine but now only uses allopathic medicine approaches. What is the significance of allopathic medicine?

M2 quiz - chapter 6

Question 1 A patient is interested in learning more about healing. About what types of healing would the nurse suggest the patient focus this study?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 2 A patient tells the nurse that she is a member of a religion where birth control is either permitted or up to the choice of the couple. Which religions have this belief regarding the use of birth control?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 3 The family member of a patient with bipolar disorder is sitting quietly in the waiting room praying. To which saint would the family member most likely be praying for help with mental illness?

Question 4 For which health problems would physical healing be the most appropriate with which to treat?

Question 5 A person has an illness of the spirit. What method of treatment will this person receive?

Question 6 A patient is planning to participate in a physical healing session. What activities will occur during this session?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 7 A patient approaching delivery of her first child tells the nurse that many things need to be done prior to delivery because she will not be permitted activity for 40 days after the birth. The nurse realizes that which countries of national origin practice a 40-day waiting period after the delivery of a baby?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 8 A patient is planning to see a spiritual healer that practices telotherapy. What is this type of healing?

Question 9 A patient with terminal cancer is planning a trip to Lourdes, France, the site of a revered Roman Catholic shrine. What is the significance of visiting this shrine?

Question 10 The family of a terminally ill patient is sitting in the waiting room with their parish priest praying for the patient to receive the grace of a happy death. To which saint is the family most likely addressing their prayers?

Question 11 A patient with a severe illness is reading the Bible. Which section of the Bible would help the patient with healing illnesses and suffering?

Question 12 The nurse overhears a patient ask a family member to bring the Lourdes water to the hospital. The nurse recalls that this water is believed to cure which health problem?

Question 13 A patient follows the teachings of Christian Science and will not take any medications, but for which health problem will medications be used by members of this religion?

Question 14 An adolescent patient is having a moral conflict because an abortion is desired but it is against the patient's religion. Which religions forbid or restrict abortions?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 15 A family member tells a patient with terminal cancer not to worry since special prayers have been said in church. To which saint is prayed for help with cancer?

Question 16 A patient adheres to the teachings of Seventh-day Adventist. What practice is followed by those within this religion?

Question 17 The nurse is reading about ancient forms of healing. Which method focuses on removing evil from the body?

Question 18 A female patient tells the nurse that she prayed to one saint to become pregnant, and now that she is, she is going to pray to a different saint to help her through the pregnancy. To which saints is this patient praying?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 19 A patient who is Buddhist is wearing white clothes. What does this color symbolize in this religion?

Question 20 Which type of healing is most appropriate for a person who is possessed by external evil?

M2 quiz chapter 7

Question 1 An older patient recalls family members using garlic for medicine. What purpose does garlic serve as a health care practice?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 2 A group of nurses is talking about different ethnocultural practices regarding health that are followed within each of the nurses' families. What purpose will this discussion serve?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 3 A patient of the Austrian-American Jewish tradition tells the nurse how to treat boils. What will this patient most likely explain to the nurse?

Question 4 Which dietary practice is followed by individuals of Swedish-American Protestant heritage to treat feeling run-down and tired?

Question 5 A patient recalls being told about various childhood illnesses by his mother. Why is heritage exploration often done through women?

Question 6 Which health restoration practice for a cold would the nurse assess in a patient of English Catholic heritage?

Question 7 Which heritage group boils a beef bone, breaks up toast in the broth, and drinks as a HEALTH restoration practice for a headache?

Question 8 Which actions are considered to be health restoration practices for individuals of Eastern European Jewish heritage?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 9 Which action would a patient from Italian-American Catholic heritage perform to protect health?

Question 10 Through a health history, the nurse learns that a patient's parents were of Austrian Jewish heritage. Which health practices would the nurse most likely assess in this patient?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 11 Which health protection activity would a patient of Iranian-American Moslem heritage practice?

Question 12 Which action is a birth belief among Shintos?

Question 13 A patient who is of Greek Orthodox heritage is a new widow. What will the patient do after the death of her spouse?

Question 14 How would a patient of French-Canadian Catholic heritage use a HEALTH restoration practice to treat a rash?

Question 15 An older patient talks about being given preparations as a child that were considered patent medications. The nurse recalls that these medications included which items?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 16 A patient tells the nurse about using cod liver oil every day. Which heritages utilize cod liver oil as a health maintenance practice?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 17 Why is it important to examine individual familial health/HEALTH practices?

Question 18 For which heritage is applying a red scarf around the chest performed for a cold or a sore throat?

Question 19 The nurse asks a patient of Italian-American Catholic heritage to describe health protection activities. What will this patient most likely reply to the nurse?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 20 What would a patient of Irish Catholic heritage use to treat menstrual cramps?

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Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

M3 quiz chapter 8

Question 1 Which are considered habits within the culture of health care?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 2 The nurse is reviewing the contents of the Affordable Care Act to explain the changes in health care to a patient. What will the nurse include when teaching about the Act?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 3 A patient is unable to access health care. What are the reasons for this barrier to health care?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 4 How does the US health care expenditure per person compare to other nations?

Question 5 What is considered to be a constant for any culture?

Question 6 A patient is a migrant farm worker. Which barrier would exist for this patient to access health care if needed?

Question 7 What was the impact of infrastructure on the health care industry in the middle of the twentieth century?

Question 8 What would be a barrier to health care for a person who lives in a rural area?

Question 9 What would a patient recognize as symbols of health care providers?

Select all that apply.

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Question 10 During a health history, the patient describes health restoration activities that are synonymous with CULTURALCARE. Which activity would the patient practice to restore health?

Question 11 What impact did social and health policy have on the health care system in the latter part of the twentieth century?

Question 12 According to the 2006 statistics, where did the United States rank in infant mortality?

Question 13 What was the focus of health care during the early part of the twentieth century?

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Question 14 What causes medicine to be identified as an institution of social control?

Question 15 The nurse is caring for a pregnant patient who does not practice or follow the Western approach to medicine. What cultural care approach should the nurse suggest to support the patient during the pregnancy and delivery?

Question 16 A patient tells the nurse that the Affordable Care Act will not be helpful since the patient cannot afford to pay for health insurance. What should the nurse say in response to this patient?

Question 17 How would the nurse practicing CULTURALCARE define health?

Question 18 How does modern medical care differ from CULTURALCARE in the medicalization of life?

Question 19 Which is the philosophy of CULTURALCARE?

Question 20 What is an assumption about socialization into the health care culture?

M3 quiz chapter 9

Question 1 Why would a patient from the American Indian culture be prone to developing diseases of the poor, such as tuberculosis and malnutrition?

Question 2 Which Navajo American Indian divination method will women practice to diagnose the cause of a disease?

Question 3 A patient of the American Indian culture tells the nurse that the medicine man is consulted when an illness develops. How does a person become a medicine man?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 4 Which is a characteristic of health insurance usage by the American Indian and Alaska Native population?

Question 5 Which action is considered to be a traditional practice among American Indians to maintain their harmony with nature?

Question 6 A patient that is of the American Indian culture is waiting to be seen in a non-Indian Health Service facility. What concern might this patient have about receiving health care through this route?

Question 7 Even though the Indian Health Service (IHS) provides care to a wide area of the population, what is an issue with this health service?

Question 8 Which American Indian tribe associates illness with evil spirits?

Question 9 How does the Indian Health Service plan to raise the health of the American Indian people?

Question 10 In the American Indian culture, what is the purpose of herbs and plants when caring for an illness?

Question 11 The nurse is conducting a medication history with a patient from the Oneida American Indian culture. Which remedies would the nurse include as part of this history?

Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

Question 12 The nurse is obtaining a health history from a patient of the American Indian culture. Which problems would cause the nurse to be concerned about the patient's health?

Select all that apply.

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Question 13 A patient of Navajo American Indian heritage was told by the diagnostician that his illness is minor and he will recover. What activities are performed by the diagnostician in this culture?

Select all that apply.

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Question 14 Which action would the nurse take when assessing a patient of American Indian culture?

Question 15 What is a goal of the Indian Health Service?

Question 16 During a health history the nurse asks a patient of American Indian heritage to explain the concept of health. In this culture, how is health defined?

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Question 17 What purpose does singing and chanting serve during the Navajo American Indian tradition of healing?

Question 18 A patient of the American Indian culture is diagnosed with liver cirrhosis caused by chronic alcoholism. For which problems would the nurse focus when discussing the patient's care with the spouse?

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Question 19 What is the cause of illness in the American Indian culture?

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Question 20 What might a patient from the American Indian culture use to prevent disease?

M3 quiz chapter 11

Question 1 During the examination of a patient from the Black culture, how will the nurse recognize pallor?

Question 2 For which reasons might a patient of the Black culture and of the Muslin religion refuse insulin to treat diabetes mellitus?

Question 3 A patient of the Black American culture is diagnosed with cancer. In addition to cancer, what are other leading causes of death for patients of this culture?

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Question 4 The nurse is preparing to conduct a health history with a patient of the Black culture. On which health problems will the nurse focus when conducting this assessment?

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Question 5 A patient of the Black culture tells the nurse about family members in Louisiana who practice voodoo and prepare gris-gris. What are examples of good gris-gris?

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Question 6 Which health maintenance practice would a patient from the Black culture use to keep the system "open"?

Question 7 What is an important component to protect HEALTH for the Black community?

Question 8 What is the geographic origin of the majority of African Americans?

Question 9 Who does the nurse recognize as being the leading authority figure within the Black familial structure?

Question 10 The nurse is caring for an older patient of the Black culture. When assessing this patient, what will the nurse identify as traditional Black health protection practices?

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Question 11 Why are folk remedies still used today in the Black community?

Question 12 In the Black culture, what would be used to treat colds?

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Question 13 From which area of Africa are immigrants that represent the group with the highest rate of US naturalization?

Question 14 Which is a health statistic of significance to Black or African Americans when compared to all races?

Question 15 Which health profession has the highest percentage of Black or African Americans?

Question 16 Why would a clinic nurse cautiously discuss birth control with a patient from the Black culture?

Question 17 A patient from the Black culture recalls a family member making poultices to treat various illnesses. Which items would be used to create these poultices?

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Question 18 Why would some patients of the Black culture resent using health clinics for care?

Question 19 How would the nurse document scars that form at a wound site that grow beyond the normal boundaries of a wound in a patient from the Black culture?

Question 20 How often would the nurse plan to wash the hair of a patient from the Black culture?

M3 quiz chapter 12

Question 1 In which areas of the United States are more people of Puerto Rican descent likely to reside?

Question 2 A patient from the Mexican heritage relates using a curandero for health care needs. What are the characteristics of this type of healer?

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Question 3 What would the percentage of live births to women receiving third-trimester or no prenatal care being higher for Hispanics than the general population indicate to the nurse?

Question 4 What is a significant factor when caring for health problems of patients within the Hispanic culture?

Question 5 The nurse learns that a patient of Hispanic culture has an income below the national poverty level. The nurse realizes that this patient is prone to experiencing which diseases of the poor?

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Question 6 What will a patient from the Mexican culture explain to the nurse as the cause of an illness?

Question 7 What would the combination of a young population, high birthrates, and lower socioeconomic status contribute to in the Hispanic population?

Question 8 What can be surmised regarding the combination of employment patterns and income levels of Hispanics living in the United States?

Question 9 A patient from the Mexican culture explains that an illness is because of an imbalance in a body humor. What does the nurse identify as body humors within this culture?

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Question 10 A patient from the Mexican culture tells the nurse that a milagros must be placed in the church as soon as the patient is discharged from the hospital. What is the purpose of milagros?

Question 11 What would the nurse infer about the incidence of lung cancer being lower among Hispanic women versus that of the general population?

Question 12 When completing a medication history with a patient from the Mexican culture, the nurse will assess for the use of which teas?

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Question 13 When collecting socioeconomic data from a patient of the Hispanic culture living in the United States, which information would be consistent with 2010 census data information?

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Question 14 Where might a patient of Puerto Rican heritage seek help when experiencing signs of a mental illness?

Question 15 The nurse learns that a patient of Hispanic descent is from Mexico. Which socio demographic information from this patient would be consistent with 2010 demographic data about this population?

Question 16 What items will a Mexican healer use to restore a patient's health?

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Question 17 Which method will a patient of the Hispanic culture use to counteract illness caused by an imbalance?

Question 18 Which health problem does the nurse identify as being a higher risk for the patient from the Hispanic culture when compared to the general population?

Question 19 For a patient of Mexican heritage, which are beliefs about health?

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Question 20 Which is a dilemma encountered by health care providers when trying to accommodate a patient of the Mexican culture's desire to maintain hot and cold food preferences?

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