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After assessing for physical abuse, the nurse suspects that the toddler has also been sexually abused. If the nurse suspects that a child is the victim of abuse, what nursing action is most appropriate to take initially?
If the novice nurse asks the client questions, what question would the expert nurse stress as being most important?
While the postpartum nurse was providing shift handoff to the oncoming nurse, all of the nurse’s postpartum clients called the nurse’s station with concerns. What client will receive priority attention?
A nurse is a volunteer answering telephone calls on a hotline at a crisis center. If a victim of sexual assault desires medical treatment but objects to having evidence collected for a criminal prosecution, what nursing action is most appropriate?
The parents of a 3-year-old child with an autism spectrum disorder bring their child to a mental health clinic regularly. Currently, a care conference is planned with the mental health team and the family. Based on the nurse’s knowledge of behavior exhibited by children with an autism spectrum disorder, what intervention is most likely a priority at the team conference?
The nurse has been working with a college student with bulimia, helping the client control the eating disorder. What nursing recommendation is most likely to be effective in helping the client control bulimia?
The nursing team holds a conference concerning a 38-year-old client who has just been admitted with an irritable bowel syndrome, a psychophysiological disease. When did the unlicensed assistive personnel ask if psychophysiological means that the client is not truly sick? What nursing response is most accurate?
The mental health technician is frustrated and angry when seeing the client with anorexia rearranging the food on the tray but not eating any of it. What is the best guidance the nurse can provide the mental health technician to deal with the frustration?
During a team conference, the nurses discuss the care of the client with ulcerative colitis. What assessment is the nursing priority when caring for the client?
After 3 days of treatment, the child’s condition improves significantly. The health care provider writes a discharge prescription that includes instructions for home care. The parents speak some English, but their primary language is Spanish. What action is best to ensure that the parents understand the discharge instructions?
The parents express a desire to leave their child with an autism spectrum disorder with a responsible person for a few hours occasionally so that they can have relief from the responsibility of constant care and supervision. What is the most appropriate community resource for the nurse to recommend for respite services?
After arguing with a spouse on the phone, a client becomes angry and belligerent toward the unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP). What action is best for the nurse to initially recommend the UAP to help the angry client maintain self-control?