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NSG5000 Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse
Week 4 Knowledge Check
Question 1
How can a nurse executive/nurse administrator (NE/NA) help his or her team become more motivated, collaborative, and focused on common goals?
Question 1 options:
                The NE/NA should give the team space and time to create group cohesion on their own.
                The NE/NA should assign training with an emphasis on personal reflection and goal-setting.
                The NE/NA should have a private discussion with each team member to ensure they enjoy the company of their fellow staff.
                The NE/NA should provide a vision for his or her team to serve as a guide.
Question 2
Which of the following scenarios depicts an advance nurse practicing with ethical integrity?
Question 2 options:
                The APRN provides an additional round of antibiotics to a patient who requests the second treatment after running into the him/her in a public place
                The APRN convinces a patient to verbally consent to a mental health assessment after initially refusing.
                The APRN utilizes the prescription monitoring program to validate the patient’s request for narcotic medication for pain and refuses to provide the prescription because the patient had received the same medication 2 days before from another provider
                The APRN trusts her request for a benzodiazepine-class drug to relieve anxiety from a good friend and provides a prescriptions.
Question 3
How is a Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) different from a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS)?
Question 3 options:
                The CNL is often not considered an advanced practice role like the CNS, though many practitioners disagree due to its master’s degree requirement.
                The CNL is often in a supervisory role and frequently supervises the CNS role, especially in larger clinics and hospitals.
                The CNS has significantly less patient face-to-face time than the CNL role and is oftentimes in charge of hospital administration.
                The CNS role requires a doctorate and certification from state of residence.
Question 4
Which of the following scenarios depicts a practitioner practicing objective ethical decision-making as opposed to decision-making based on religious or moral convictions?
Question 4 options:
                A spouse pressures the hospital to continue aggressive treatment to avoid feeling responsible for the patient’s death.
                A practitioner follows a patient’s advance directive which includes a do-not-resuscitate order.
                A practitioner avoids providing legal assisted suicide options to a terminally ill patient due to his or her discomfort with the process
                A practitioner refuses to prescribe oral contraceptives to unmarried female patients to protect his or her reputation in the community.
Question 5 
The nurse in advance practice understands which statement best represents the importance of health informatics in patient safety?
Question 5 options:
Having access to accurate patient data can help medical professionals prevent errors.
Patient data can assist in data collection for research studies on medical errors
Health informatics specialists focus on the accuracy or inaccuracy of reporting of patient safety data to improve safety regulations.
Medical staff feel more accountable when having to share information about medical errors.

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