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Which of these is true about spirituality in a care facility?
Which of these is true about cultural awareness in a care facility?
A residents family is visiting and it is time to perform a procedure. The family asks for time to pray with the resident. Which of these is not an acceptable response?
As a nursing assistant there are ways you can help a resident meet his or her spiritual needs. Which of these would discourage, rather than encourage them?
All of these could be described as positive benefits of the role religion can play, except ____.
Talking to residents about spiritual beliefs can have an effect on ____.
Participation in religious activities can provide all of these important patient benefits, except ____.
When encountering residents with culturally or linguistically diverse backgrounds, one of the actions that can help caregivers provide effective care is to ____.
Which of these is a positive way of dealing with cultural differences?
How is family an important part of cultural awareness?
A patient has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. On a spiritual front, the most appropriate action for the nursing assistant to take is to ____.
What is the implied meaning of this statement by Killian and Waite from the article, “Cultural Diversity Best Practices” as it applies to caregivers?
“Another reason for increasing cultural proficiency is the growing number of healthcare providers and workers from other countries who have become colleagues within the healthcare delivery system.”
When working with residents who may have cultural differences, it is important to respect personal space. Which of these is the best way for a CNA to honor personal space?
Which of these is the most important factor when providing care to people from specific ethnic groups?
One of the most basic ways a caregiver can provide spiritual and emotional care to a patient is by?
You are caring for a Japanese man who just had bilateral knee surgery. When you try and put his anti-embolism stockings on, he winces and then looks away and stares off into the corner. Your best response is to ____.
Caring for a residents psychosocial needs as a CNA is just as important as caring for his or her physiological needs. The term psychosocial needs generally refers to ____.
Which of these is the most significant reason that adjusting to aging might be difficult for a resident?
Which of these descriptions represents a Western cultural view of health and wellness?
The term spiritual distress means ____.