NMC CBT Practice test 2

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NMC CBT Practice Tests

NMC CBT Practice test 2

The NBC CBT Practice Test is a valuable resource for nurses preparing to take the Computer Adaptive Test required for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) in the UK.

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According to the nursing code of ethics, the nurse’s first allegiance is to the:

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What statement, made in the morning shift report, would help an effective manager develop trust on the nursing unit?

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What is the most important issue confronting nurse managers using situational leadership?

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As a nurse, the people in your care must be able to trust you with their health and well being. In order to justify that trust, you must not:

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A nurse is caring for a patient with end-stage lung disease. The patient wants to go home on oxygen and be comfortable. The family wants the patient to have a new surgical procedure. The nurse explains the risk and benefits of the surgery to the family and discusses the patient’s wishes with the family. The nurse is acting as the patient’s:

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Ms. Castro is newly-promoted to a patient care manager position. She updates her knowledge on the theories in management and leadership in order to become effective in her new role. She learns that some managers have low concern for services and high concern for staff. Which style of management refers to this?

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All should be seen in a good documentation except:

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What are the key competencies and features for effective collaboration?

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A staff nurse has delegated the ambulating of a new post-op patient to a new staff nurse. Which of the following situations exhibits the final stage in the process of delegation?

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The nurse has just been promoted to unit manager. Which advice, offered by a senior unit manager, will help this nurse become inspirational and motivational in this new role?

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In using social media like Facebook, how will you best adhere to your Code of Conduct as a nurse? (CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS)

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What are essential competencies for today’s nurse manag

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Describe the primary focus of a manager in a knowledge work environment.

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In the role of patient advocate, the nurse would do which of the following?

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A nurse documented on the wrong chart. What should the nurse do?

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While at outside setup what care will you give as a Nurse if you are exposed to a situation?

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The characteristic of an effective leader include:

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The nurse executive of a health care organization wishes to prepare and develop nurse managers for several new units that the organization will open next year. What should be the primary goal for this work?

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Which of the following is NOT one of the six fundamental values for nursing, midwifery and care staff set out in compassion in Practice Nursing, Midwifery & care staff?

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Which option best illustrates a positive outcome for managed care?

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A nurse demonstrates patient advocacy by becoming involved in which of the following activities?

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Ms. Jones is newly promoted to a patient care manager position. She updates her knowledge on the theories in management and leadership in order to become effective in her new role. She learns that some managers have low concern for services and high concern for staff. Which style of management refers to this?

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A nurse manager is planning to implement a change in the method of the documentation system for the nursing unit. Many problems have occurred as a result of the present documentation system, and the nurse manager determines that a change is required. The initial step in the process of change for the nurse manager is which of the following?a

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Describe the primary focus of a manager in a knowledge work environment.

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Which option best illustrates a positive outcome for managed care?

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What is Advocacy according to NHS Trust?

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The measurement and documentation of vital signs is expected for clients in a long-term facility. Which staff type would it be a priority to delegate these tasks to?

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All of the staff nurses on duty noticed that a newly hired staff nurse has been selective of her tasks. All of them thought that she has a limited knowledge of the procedures. What should the manager do in this situation?

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When group members are unable and unwilling to participate in making a decision, which leadership style should the nurse manager use?

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What is meant by an advocate?

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In an emergency department doctor asked you to do the procedure of cannulation and left the ward. You haven’t done it before. What would you do?

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What is accountability?

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What do you mean by a bad leadership?

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A very young nurse has been promoted to nurse manager of an inpatient surgical unit. The nurse is concerned that older nurses may not respect the manager’s authority because of the age difference. How can this nurse manager best exercise authority?

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The client is being involuntary committed to the psychiatric unit after threatening to kill his spouse and children. The involuntary commitment is an example of what bioethical principle?

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What are essential competencies for today’s nurse manager?

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There have been several patient complaints that the staff members of the unit are disorganized and that “no one seems to know what to do or when to do it.” The staff members concur that they don’t have a real sense of direction and guidance from their leader. Which type of leadership is this unit experiencing?

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Which strategy could the nurse use to avoid disparity in health care delivery?

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A Nurse demonstrates patient advocacy by becoming involved in which of the following activities?

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NMC defines record keeping as all of the following except:

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When do we need to document?

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An example of a positive outcome of a nurse-health team relationship would be:

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Adequate record keeping for a medical device should provide evidence of:

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Independent Advocacy is:

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Which of the following is a specific benefit to an organization when delegation is carried out effectively?

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A nurse delegates duty to a health assistant. What NMC standard she should keep in mind while doing this?

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The nursing staff communicates that the new manager has a focus on the “bottom line,” and little concern for the quality of care. What is likely true of this nurse manager?

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Information can be disclosed in all cases except:

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Which of the following is a specific benefit to an organization when delegation is carried out effectively?

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A registered nurse had a very busy day as her patient was sick, got intubated & had other life saving procedures. She documented all the events & by the end of the shift recognized that she had documented in other patient’s record. What is best response of the nurse?

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A client experiences an episode of pulmonary oedema because the nurse forgot to administer the morning dose of furosemide (Lasix). Which legal element can the nurse be charged with?

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