Which of the following would a nurse use to guide the preparation of a smoking cessation plan for a specific person?
C)The nursing process.
While providing care to a person, the nurse stops to assess a new person-centred problem. Which type of assessment is this?
The nurse is implementing a plan of care for a person. After providing care, what should the nurse do as the final step in the process?
B)Reassess the person.
C)Set daily priorities of care.
D)Provide a verbal handover report.
A nurse has delegated the collection of vital signs, including blood pressure readings, to an assistant in nursing. The nature of this work means the nurse is:
A)not accountable for these vital signs.
B)accountable for the care that was delegated.
C)required to check all the vital sign observations.
D)not responsible for these vital signs.