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Which of these examples would not be considered neglect?
The charge nurse has administered a prescribed medication to the wrong patient. This is an example of ____.
A nursing assistant threatens to slap a resident if he doesn’t stop yelling. This is classified as:
A resident’s family is visiting when you arrive on duty and one of them hands you an envelope that contains a thank you card and a monetary gift in appreciation for your care of their loved one. The best response is to ____.
There is a contained fire in the residents room. What is the first action a nursing assistant should take?
Which of these could cause a nursing assistant to be charged with battery?
All of these could result in a nursing assistant being charged with negligence except ____.
Your fellow nursing assistant is angry at you and lies to the charge nurse. He claims you stole money from a resident’s purse. This is an example of ____.
You hear a charge nurse telling a resident that the LPN is not performing as well as she should be. The legal term for this is ____.
Which of these is the legal term for “being responsible for providing care according to an accepted standard”?
You observe a co-worker sexually harassing a resident and choose to ignore it. This is an example of ____.
When a nursing assistant restricts a residents movements or actions without proper authorization, it can be interpreted as ____.
Another word for forcing a patient to do something against his or her will is ____.
Which of these is a form of involuntary seclusion?
If a resident went on a day trip with family members and returns complaining of hunger and thirst, the nursing assistant should ____.
Which of these scenarios would most likely be considered a violation of patient rights?
Which of these would be an example of invasion of a patients privacy?
The definition of liability is ____.
Which of these is not an example of abuse?
Which of these is not a liable act?