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Quiz 14 :

Communicating to Encourage Health Literacy, health Promotion, and Prevention of Disease

Quiz 14 :

Communicating to Encourage Health Literacy, health Promotion, and Prevention of Disease

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When conducting an initial assessment,a client informs the nurse about difficulty getting to doctors' appointments due to lack of transportation.When considering examples of PRECEDE Diagnostic Behavioral Factors,the nurse recognizes this as what type of factor?
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Enabling factor involves environmental factors that facilitate or present obstacles to change (e.g.,transportation,scheduling,and availability of follow-up).

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A client requires teaching about a newly prescribed medication.The nurse recognizes that in order to support the learning process of the client,the teaching process should include
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In many cultures,the family assumes a primary role in care of the client even when the client is physically and emotionally capable of self-care.Including them,and especially those expected to support the learning process of the client from the outset,in all aspects of health teaching for health promotion is important.The culturally sensitive nurse develops knowledge of the preferred communication style of different cultural groups and uses this knowledge in choosing teaching strategies.Client motivation and participation increase with the use of indigenous teachers and cultural recognition of learning needs.

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Precede components of the Precede/Proceed Model of Health Promotion include which of the following?
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Social,epidemiological,and educational and organizational diagnoses are components of the precede phase.Implementation and outcome evaluation are components of the proceed phase.

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A client who overeats and is overweight is admitted to the hospital for shortness of breath.Which of the following statements by the nurse reflects Bandura's social theory?
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The concept of well-being consists entirely of the ability to
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The client states,"I have emphysema,so I have enrolled in a smoking cessation program." According to Prochaska's stages of change,the client is in which of the following stages?
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The personal values and beliefs in one's ability to achieve health behavior changes is known as
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Which of the following is an example of tertiary prevention?
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Which of the following strategies in health education does the U.S.Preventive Services Task Force recommend?
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A client visits the wound clinic for treatment of an infected nonhealing leg ulcer.The nurse recognizes the client is in the precontemplation stage of change.When interacting with this client,the nurse should
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When caring for a client who is a newly diagnosed diabetic and who requires teaching about self-administration of insulin,the nurse recognizes that teaching will be most effective when
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A client who has an elevation in serum cholesterol continues to eat red meat and fried foods.Which stage of change is this client experiencing?
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A 3-year-old child is having surgery tomorrow.A preoperative teaching strategy the nurse should use is to
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A client who is recovering from her second myocardial infarction refuses to give up smoking.She states,"I've smoked so long now there's no point quitting as the damage is done." This statement is best understood in the context of which of the following?
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A client has just completed an alcohol detoxification program.The client has recently experienced the loss of his wife and has been having difficulties at work.The client has some serious health effects from long-term alcohol abuse,including elevated serum liver enzymes.The client states,"Alcohol is ruining my life; I will do anything to quit drinking." The nurse should
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When caring for clients,the nurse recognizes that which of the following statements is true related to developmental level?
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The nurse is caring for an older adult client who is newly diagnosed with diabetes and has a low literacy level.Which of the following guidelines for teaching low-literacy clients should the nurse use when working with this client?
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Which of the following is the best intervention for a client who is illiterate?
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