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Mod 1 - Maternal Child - Quiz A nurse working in a women’s health clinic has several patients who are from a minority culture, live in the inner city, lack employment that offers benefits, have lar... ge families, and often lack transportation to health care. Which of these factors are considered broad determinants of health? (Select all that apply.) o o Access to health care o o Employment o o Environment o Family Size o o o Race The clinic nurse is working with a mother and her 3-year-old child who have arrived for the child’s routine checkup. The nurse encourages the mother to return for her child’s measles-mumps-rubella immunization prior to the child's entering school. This intervention is an example of what type of care? o o o Mandatory health care o o o Primary health prevention o o o Secondary health prevention o o o Tertiary health prevention A mother brings her 6-month-old child and 18-month-old infant to the health clinic for a routine visit. The nurse counsels the mother about lead exposure testing and includes the following appropriate comments: (Select all answers that apply.) o o o “Lead testing for children is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.” o o o “Approximately one-fourth of all homes occupied by children under the age of 6 are contaminated by lead.” o o o “Lead exposure may cause anemia.” o o o “Both of your children will require testing for lead at this time.” A nurse is working with a woman who is 4 months pregnant. The woman has had a series of temporary housing, has no job, and is wearing clothing that is obviously way too big for her. What action can the nurse take to most improve the health of this woman and child? Arrange transportation for her to get to a community food bank. Consult a social worker to help her apply for the WIC program. Encourage the woman to make her return appointment before leaving. Ask the woman to fill out an application for the federal Medicare program. A nurse wants to work in the community providing secondary prevention activities. Which action would this nurse choose to do? Educate teenage girls about birth control options. Provide STD/STI testing at the local youth center. Staff the county health department flu shot clinic. Volunteer to drive cancer patients to receive their treatments. A nursing student wishes to investigate national health goals. Where should the student research this information? Chochrane database Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature Government websites Healthy People Initiatives The family clinic nurse encourages a patient to continue breastfeeding her 8-month-old infant to facilitate maturation of the infant’s immune system that normally occurs at about: 12 months 16 months 18 months 24 months The clinic nurse knows that providing an influenza vaccination clinic for patients aged 65 years and older is best described as an example of: Health promotion Disease prevention Effective health care Responsible health care The community health nurse is aware that the goals of Healthy People 2020 include which of the following? (Select all that apply.) Creating physical environments that promote health Developing healthy behaviors in children and teens Eliminating health disparities and increasing equity Improving the health of all groups in the country Increasing the average life span for all adults A nurse is interested in primary prevention programs. Which of the following activities would this nurse choose to do? Assist with blood pressure screening at the local mall. Collect and distribute used eyeglasses for poor people. Staff a mobile mammogram unit for underserved groups. Teach teenagers about the dangers of texting and driving One goal of the Healthy People 2020 initiative is to increase the number of people who have some form of health insurance. What percentage of the population is the target? 25% 35% 55% 100% A nurse is interested in providing tertiary prevention activities. Which of the following activities would this nurse choose to do? Assist with low-cost swimming lessons at the YMCA. Conduct monthly educational seminars at a church. Join the county pandemic outbreak response team. Provide glucose and cholesterol screening at the mall. A mother brings her 6-month-old infant and 18-month-old child to the health clinic for a routine visit. The nurse counsels the mother about lead exposure testing. Which information should the nurse include? (Select all that apply.) “About one-fourth of all homes where kids under 6 live are contaminated by lead.” “Both of your children should have testing for lead at this time.” “Lead exposure may cause anemia, seizures, and mental retardation if not treated.” “Lead testing for children is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.” “We can test your older child for lead exposure, but it is too early for the 6-month-old.” [Show More]

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