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Encouraging your patients to take part in their care and in activities within the facility helps with their emotional and mental health needs by
One of your patients is pacing around, yelling and screaming. He is even blurting out profanities. What is the FIRST action that a nursing assistant should take in this type of situation?
In Elizabeth Kübler-Ross’s description of the grieving process, she states that a person goes through various stages when they lose someone close to them. She believes that the first stage of the grieving process is:
There are a number of common causes for constipation. Which of the following is NOT a common cause?
Your patient catches you off guard with a sexual comment. Your best response to them should be:
Your patient’s family member is upset that their loved one is unhappy at the facility. As the patient’s nursing assistant, the best way for you to handle this situation is:
Out of the four choices below, which could be a primary contributing factor to a patient’s resentment towards their family members?
From time-to-time, nursing assistants will encounter residents who are feeling anxious or unsettled about their surroundings or circumstances. The best way that you can help them deal with their anxiety is:
Which of the following is an absolutely inappropriate way to deal with the stress of being a caregiver?
Empathy is a characteristic that helps a nursing assistant care for their patients. Which of the following is the best example of a definition of this term?
One of your patients just found out that one of their family members has passed away. What is the best way that you can assist them with their grieving process?
When a patient is dying, which of the five senses do they lose last?
If your patient regularly becomes increasingly confused during dusk, early evening or during the night, they are most likely suffering from:
Your patient is showing signs of a change in their mental health. The best course of action for you as their nursing assistant to take would be:
Your patient is progressively getting frustrated. He is upset and begins to raise his voice. Which of the following would be the best way to respond to his behavior?
Which of the symptoms below is NOT a sign of depression?
Your patient is upset because he has learned that his roommate has passed away. He would like to discuss this with you. What is the best course of action for you to take?
Our bodies naturally change due to the aging process. Which of the following is NOT a normal biological change?
There are a number of ways that a nursing assistant may help their patient who is dealing with their impending death. All of the following are correct methods EXCEPT:
Your patient recently learned that her spouse had passed away. What is the best way for the nursing assistant to deal with the patient?