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What are your legal and ethical responsibilities if you have access to medical records?
A client with metastatic cancer has an Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) advance directive. If the client’s heart rate begins to slow, what should you do?
Forgetting to raise the side rails as ordered causes a resident to fall and be injured. This could be called
A resident’s call light
You observed a coworker being physically abusive to a resident. You did not report the incident to the Nurse Supervisor. You can be charged with
When caring for a resident whose religion is different from your own, you should
The intentional attempt or threat to touch a person’s body without the person’s consent is
You hear another nurse aide tell a confused resident, “If you don’t eat, I’ll lock you in your room.” You should
You observe your charge nurse holding a resident’s nose to get him to take his medications. You should
If the nurse aide is concerned about client care, who should the nurse aide speak to FIRST?
Keeping information confidential about a client is
After you have visited a home health client, learned some new information about them, and want to talk about it, you should
The client offers a nurse aide a twenty dollar bill as a thank you for all that the nurse aide has done. The nurse aide SHOULD
A nurse aide forgets to raise the side-rails on a bed and the resident is injured from a fall. This is termed as
A standard of care is a way of ensuring that patients always are cared for by professionals who are everything EXCEPT
A famous athlete has been admitted into your facility. He is in a different unit. If you want to find out why he is there, what should you do?
While you are at lunch with other nurse aides, they start to discuss how rude a resident was behaving. What should you do?
After the end of the shift, some nurse aides go to a restaurant. Acceptable topics of conversation would include
Which of the following would affect a nurse aide’s status on the State Registry and possibly cause the nurse aide to be ineligible to work in a nursing home?
Proper use of a waist restraint requires that the nurse aide
A 22-year old with terminal brain cancer tells you that she has an Advanced Directive for her end-of-life care. You know this can mean any of the following EXCEPT
If abuse is suspected within a facility
The nurse aide reports directly to the
It is okay to call a resident by a nickname if
What is the main purpose of continuing education for the nurse aide?