hospital epidemiology

Questions Complete the following questions as you work your way through the module. Complete the Self-Assessment…

Questions

Complete the following questions as you work your way through the module. Complete the Self-Assessment at the end of the module to check your answers.

  1. Nightingale’s influence today extends beyond her undeniable impact on the field of modern nursing to the areas of: (Select all that apply)
  1. infection control
  2. hospital epidemiology
  3. hospice care
  4. hospital architecture
  1. When did the move toward formal education and training for nurses grow?
  1. After the Crimean War
  2. After the Civil War
  3. After the Revolutionary War
  4. After the Spanish-American War
  1. The ANA was founded in
  1. 1911
  2. 1921
  3. 1931
  4. 1951
  1. Which event from of 1917 to 1919 increased the public’s awareness of the necessity of public health nursing?
  1. The Bubonic Plague
  2. Scarlet Fever
  3. The flu
  4. Tuberculosis outbreak
  1. Learning any new role is derived from a mixture of:
  1. studying and passing exams.
  2. formal and informal socialization.
  3. a mentor / mentee relationship
  4. None of the above
  1. All of the following are definitions of theory EXCEPT:
  1. Theories are a world view or metaparadigm to guide nursing practice day to day.
  2. Theories are words or phrases (concepts) joined together in sentences, with an overall theme, to explain, describe, or predict something.
  3. A theory is a set of interrelated concepts, definitions, and propositions that present a systematic way of viewing facts/events by specifying relations among the variables, with the purpose of explaining and predicting the fact event.
  4. Theories help us understand and find meaning in our nursing experience and also provide a foundation to direct questions that provide insights into best practices and safe patient care