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Community Health Nursing Study Set 1

Nursing

Quiz 30 :

Substance Use

Quiz 30 :

Substance Use

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Which of the following terms is consistent with the principles of patient-centred pain management where there is an emphasis on the need for health care professionals to be self-reflexive to recognize that the client may experience the world differently?
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C

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The harms of illicit drug use are made worse in which of the following social conditions? Select all that apply.
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A, B, C, D

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Which of the following are determinants of problematic substance use? Select all that apply.
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A, B, C, D

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Which of the following terms is used to describe drugs that are used for medicinal purposes?
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Which of the following populations in Canada can be at increased risk for prescription drug abuse?
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What is the most commonly used substance in Canada?
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Which of the following terms is used to describe the need for markedly increased amounts of substance to achieve intoxication or desired effect, or a markedly diminished effect with continued use of the same amount?
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Which of the following are pillars of Canada's Federal Drug Strategy? Select all that apply
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What term is used to describe a maladaptive pattern of substance use that results in harmful consequences due to repeated use?
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What is the leading cause of preventable death in Canada?
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A group of nurses are working in an impoverished area of a large city where substance use is present. The nurses are an integral part of the city's four-pillar drug strategy. The nurses are working with an advocacy group to develop alternatives to incarceration of repeat substance-involved offenders. What initiative would meet this goal?
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Sherry is a community health nurse doing a postpartum home visit. She notices that the infant may be experiencing neonatal abstinence syndrome? Which of the following types of drugs is the mother most likely to have used?
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A group of nurses are working in an impoverished area of a large city where substance use is present. The nurses want to focus on substance use primary prevention strategies for youth in this neighbourhood. What would be the best strategy to use with this population?
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Which of the following are described as behavioural addictions? Select all that apply.
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The recent surge in the abuse of _____________ can cost up to $50 billion a year.
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Why is it important for community health nurses to take intersectional analysis in their substance use work? Select all that apply.
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A group of nurses are working in an impoverished area of a large city where substance use is present. The nurses are an integral part of the city's four-pillar drug strategy. The nurses are educating the community on the new Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines. What level of prevention are the nurses working at?
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James is a community health nurse working with his client Joseph. Joseph is currently experiencing withdrawal symptoms. What term is best used to describe Joseph's experience?
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A group of nurses are working in an impoverished area of a large city where substance use is present. The nurses are an integral part of the city's four-pillar drug strategy. Which examples are consistent with a harm reduction approach to substance use? Select all that apply.
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Poverty is a significant systemic factor that increases risk related to substance use. A community health nurse is working to support public policy making that reduces structural inequities. What level of prevention is the nurse working at?
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