Category Test 09: Legal and Ethical Behavior
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- Question 1 of 27
Incident reports are written in order to:
- Question 2 of 27
The nurse aide gave a client the wrong diet. What will the nurse aide do after realizing this error?
- Question 3 of 27
What is HIPAA?
- Question 4 of 27
If a Nurse Aide uses wrist restrains on a patient and that patient does not have a doctor’s order for such restraints, the Nurse Aide could be found guilty of:
- Question 5 of 27
Which of the following is not a part of the Patient’s Bill of Rights?
- Question 6 of 27
One provision within the 1973 Patient’s Bill of Rights is that a patient has the right to know about his or her medical condition. If a cancer patient asks the Nurse Aide about his or her diagnosis and treatment the Nurse Aide should:
- Question 7 of 27
When giving information to the charge nurse for an incident report, the nurse aide should
- Question 8 of 27
A client refuses to allow the nurse aide to bathe her. The nurse aide tells the client that she will not be allowed to eat lunch or go to bingo if she does not have her bath. This is an example of
- Question 9 of 27
A nurse aide who applies restraints on a client without directions from the charge nurse may be accused of
- Question 10 of 27
A client with dementia makes sexual advances toward another client who has dementia. The nurse aide should
- Question 11 of 27
A client hits a nurse aide during lunch. The appropriate response is to
- Question 12 of 27
Failure to raise the side rails on the bed of a confused client is an act of
- Question 13 of 27
When documenting a client’s vital signs, the nurse aide makes a mistake. The nurse aide should
- Question 14 of 27
An ECF resident tells the nurse aide something
about her family in confidence. The nurse aide
- Question 15 of 27
A nurse aide observes a client falling in the
hallway. It is important that the nurse aide
- Question 16 of 27
A client’s daughter offers the nurse aide $50 to
thank her for caring for the client. The nurse
- Question 17 of 27
Falsely stating that a coworker took a client’s money is an example of
- Question 18 of 27
After caring for a confused client, the nurse aide fails to pull up the safety rails, and the client falls out of the bed and fractures a hip. This is called
- Question 19 of 27
Which statement about injuries to clients and staff members is correct?
- Question 20 of 27
Lying on a job application is an example of
- Question 21 of 27
When witnessing another aide hitting an irritable client, the nurse aide should
- Question 22 of 27
Another employee asks the nurse aide what is wrong with a newly admitted client. What should the nurse aide do?
- Question 23 of 27
An example of false imprisonment is
- Question 24 of 27
Another nurse aide is not providing adequate
care for the residents. The nurse aide who
notices this should
- Question 25 of 27
A client’s daughter wants to help with her
mother’s care. The nurse aide should
- Question 26 of 27
A restraint may be used on a resident for
- Question 27 of 27
Failure to perform service for which a person is
trained is called