Category Test 07: Spiritual and Cultural Needs
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This is a test of only the Spiritual and Cultural Needs Category for the CNA test. Here, you can practice spiritual and cultural need questions as well as other psychosocial care related questions. This is not a timed test. You will be able to see correct & incorrect answers for each question.
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Question 1 of 15
When caring for a client from another country, the nurse aide should:
Question 2 of 15
The nurse aide is caring for a client whose religious beliefs do not allow the client to eat certain foods. The nurse aide should report this information to the:
Question 3 of 15
A nurse aide is caring for a client of a different culture. The nurse aide must be ready to accept that this client might have different and potentially quite strict views on: (choose all that apply)
Question 4 of 15
When interacting with a client who has differing cultural norms than that of your own, the Nurse Aide should:
Question 5 of 15
When working with a patient who’s religious beliefs differ from your own, the first thing the Nurse Aide should do is:
Question 6 of 15
Should a Nurse Aide take into account a patient’s religious and / or cultural needs when providing patient care? Why or why not?
Question 7 of 15
If a client objects to certain food for religious or cultural reasons, the appropriate action would be to
Question 8 of 15
The client’s religion forbids eating pork. Bacon is being served for breakfast. The most appropriate response is to
Question 9 of 15
The client’s religion forbids eating meat. Beef stew is being served for lunch. The nurse aide should
Question 10 of 15
The client asks to see a priest. The nurse aide should
Question 11 of 15
On Good Friday, a Catholic client is served
chicken and requests a meatless meal. The
nurse aide should
Question 12 of 15
A client is observing the Islamic holy month of
Ramadan by fasting from sunup to sundown.
The most appropriate action for the nurse aide
would be to
Question 13 of 15
If a client objects to certain food for religious or cultural reasons, the nurse aide should
Question 14 of 15
A client asks the nurse aide if she could have a few minutes to pray before her bath. The best response by the nurse aide would be to
Question 15 of 15
A Catholic client refuses to eat meat on Fridays.
Her lunch one Friday consists of a roast beef
sandwich and a salad. The nurse aide should