Nursing Focus Reviews

Individual Performance Profile PN Adult Medical Surgical Online Practice 2020 A

Individual Name: IESHA S HAIRSTON

Student Number:

Institution: Verve College PN

Program Type: PN

Test Date: 10/16/2021

Individual Score: 72.2%

Practice Time: 37 min

Focused Review Time 23 min

Focused Review Quiz Result

Individual Performance in the Major Content Areas # Individual Individual Score (% Correct)

Sub-Scale Points Score

Coordinated Care 8 37.5%

Safety and Infection Control

10 80.0%

Health Promotion and Maintenance

8 75.0%

Psychosocial Integrity 4 100.0%

Basic Care and Comfort 12 91.7%

Pharmacological Therapies

13 53.8%

Reduction of Risk Potential

18 66.7%

Physiological Adaptation 17 82.4%

Topics To Review Go to your Improve tab to access your Focused Review Experience

Coordinated Care (5 items) Collaboration with Interdisciplinary Team (2 items)

Contributing to the Plan of Care for a Client Who Has Multiple Sclerosis(Active Learning Template: System Disorder)

Contributing to the Plan of Care for a Client Who Has Oral Candidiasis(Active Learning Template: Medication)

Establishing Priorities (1 item)

Priority Action When Planning Care for a Client Who Had a Stroke(Active Learning Template: System Disorder)

Continuity of Care (2 items)

Assisting With Discharge Planning for a Client Who Had a Total Hip Arthroplasty(Active Learning Template: Nursing Skill)

Reinforcing Discharge Teaching for a Client Who Had a Right Hip Arthroplasty(Active Learning Template: Therapeutic Procedure)

Safety and Infection Control (2 items) Accident/Error/Injury Prevention (2 items)

Planning Care for a Client Who Has A Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infection(Active Learning Template: Basic Concept)

Safety Precautions for Internal Radiation Therapy(Active Learning Template: Therapeutic Procedure)

Health Promotion and Maintenance (2 items) Health Promotion/Disease Prevention (2 items)

Contraindicated Birth Control Methods for a Client Who Has a History of Breast Cancer(Active Learning Template: System Disorder)

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Topics To Review Go to your Improve tab to access your Focused Review Experience

Reinforcing Teaching About Guaiac Fecal Occult Blood Testing(Active Learning Template: Diagnostic Procedure)

Basic Care and Comfort (1 item) Nutrition and Oral Hydration (1 item)

Reducing the Risk for Aspiration for a Client Who Had a Stroke(Active Learning Template: System Disorder)

Pharmacological Therapies (6 items) Adverse Effects/Contraindications/Side Effects/Interactions (2 items)

Contraindications to Hormone Replacement Therapy(Active Learning Template: Medication)

Monitoring for Adverse Effects of Acarbose(Active Learning Template: Medication)

Expected Actions/Outcomes (2 items)

Expected Findings for a Client Who Is Taking Digoxin(Active Learning Template: Medication)

Expected Therapeutic Effect of Phenazopyridine(Active Learning Template: Medication)

Medication Administration (2 items)

Evaluating Client Understanding of Inhaler Use for Asthma(Active Learning Template: Medication)

Reinforcing Teaching About Insulin Glargine(Active Learning Template: Medication)

Reduction of Risk Potential (6 items) Potential for Alterations in Body Systems (2 items)

Planning Care for a Client Who Has COPD and Is Dyspneic(Active Learning Template: System Disorder)

Reinforcing Teaching About Managing Constipation With a Client Who Has Hypothyroidism(Active Learning Template: System Disorder)

Potential for Complications of Diagnostic Tests/Treatments/Procedures (3 items)

Caring for A Client Who Has a Reddened Sacral Area(Active Learning Template: Nursing Skill)

Postprocedure Care for a Client Who Had a Cardiac Catheterization(Active Learning Template: Diagnostic Procedure)

Priority Actions for an Infiltrated IV Catheter(Active Learning Template: Nursing Skill)

Potential for Complications from Surgical Procedures and Health Alterations (1 item)

Findings to Report for a Client Who Has a Chest Tube(Active Learning Template: Therapeutic Procedure)

Physiological Adaptation (3 items) Alterations in Body Systems (1 item)

Suctioning a Tracheostomy(Active Learning Template: Nursing Skill)

Basic Pathophysiology (1 item)

Manifestations of Fecal Impaction(Active Learning Template: Basic Concept)

Unexpected Response to Therapies (1 item)

Selecting a Catheter for Intermittent Urinary Catheterization(Active Learning Template: Nursing Skill)

Outcomes

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PN Data Collection 73.7%19 The data collection step of the nursing process involves the nurse’s ability to apply nursing knowledge to the systematic and continuous collection, organization, validation and documentation of data about a client’s present health status. The nurse must use therapeutic communication and technical skills to safely collect comprehensive client data and draw conclusions.

PN Planning 65.0%20 The planning step of the nursing process involves the nurse’s ability to contribute to developing a plan of care for a client who has specific health alterations or needs for health promotion/maintenance. The nurse will assist in establishing priorities, measurable client goals and nursing interventions to assist the client to achieve his goals.

PN Implementation/Therapeutic Nursing Intervention

76.2%42 The implementation step of the nursing process involves the nurse’s ability to apply nursing knowledge to implement interventions to assist a client to promote, maintain, or restore his health. The nurse uses problem-solving skills, clinical judgment, and critical thinking when using interpersonal and technical skills to provide client care. During this step the nurse will also delegate and supervise care and document the care and the client’s response.

PN Evaluation 66.7%9 The evaluation step of the nursing process involves the nurse’s ability to evaluate a client’s response to nursing interventions and to reach a nursing judgment regarding the extent to which the client has met the goals and outcomes. During this step the nurse will also assess client/staff understanding of instruction, the effectiveness of interventions, and identify the need for further intervention or the need to alter the plan.

Nursing Process No of Points

Individual Score Description

66.7%12 Ability to demonstrate nursing judgment in making decisions about priority responses to a client problem. Also includes establishing priorities regarding the sequence of care to be provided to multiple clients.

Priority Setting No of Points

Individual Score Description

Foundational Thinking 76.9%13 The ability to comprehend information and concepts. Incorporates Blooms Taxonomy categories of Remembering and Understanding.

Clinical Application 71.4%77 The ability to apply nursing knowledge to a clinical situation. Incorporates Blooms Taxonomy category of Applying.

Thinking Skills No of Points

Individual Score Description

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PN Coordinated Care 37.5%8 The nurse coordinates, supervises and/or collaborates with members of the health care to provide an environment that is cost- effective and safe for clients.

PN Safety and Infection Control 80.0%10 The nurse uses preventive safety measures to promote the health and well-being of clients, significant others, and members of the health care team.

PN Health Promotion and Maintenance

75.0%8 The nurse contributes to the plan of care to promote prevention and detection of illness and support optimal health.

PN Psychosocial Integrity 100.0%4 The nurse contributes to the plan of care to promote and support the emotional, mental and social well-being of clients and significant others.

PN Basic Care and Comfort 91.7%12 The nurse contributes to the plan of care to promote comfort and assist client to perform activities of daily living.

PN Pharmacological Therapies 53.8%13 The nurse provides safe care for clients receiving medications and parenteral therapy.

PN Reduction of Risk Potential 66.7%18 The nurse contributes to the plan of care to decrease clients’ risk of developing complications from existing health disorders, treatments or procedures.

PN Physiological Adaptation 82.4%17 The nurse contributes to the care of clients who have an acute, chronic or life threatening illness.

NCLEX® No of Points

Individual Score Description

Nutrition 100.0%6 Ability to apply nursing knowledge to normal nutrition and diet therapy. Topics include the collection of data regarding nutritional status; implementation of actions to promote normal nutrition or dietary modification in response to illness; and evaluation of the client’s response to diet therapy.

Clinical Areas No of Points

Individual Score Description

Safety 70.0%30 The minimization of risk factors that could cause injury or harm while promoting quality care and maintaining a secure environment for clients, self, and others.

Patient-Centered Care 80.0%20 The provision of caring and compassionate, culturally sensitive care that is based on a patient’s physiological, psychological, sociological, spiritual, and cultural needs, preferences, and values.

Evidence Based Practice 68.4%38 The use of current knowledge from research and other credible sources to make clinical judgments and provide client-centered care.

Teamwork and Collaboration 100.0%2 The delivery of client care in partnership with multidisciplinary members of the health care team, to achieve continuity of care and positive client outcomes.

QSEN No of Points

Individual Score Description

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Human Flourishing 83.3%18 Human flourishing is reflected in patient care that demonstrates respect for diversity, approaches patients in a holistic and patient- centered manner, and uses advocacy to enhance their health and well-being.

Nursing Judgment 69.1%55 Nursing judgment involves the use of critical thinking and decision making skills when making clinical judgments that promote safe, quality patient care.

Professional Identity 100.0%3 Professional identity reflects the professional development of the nurse as a member and leader of the health care team who promotes relationship-centered care, and whose practice reflects integrity and caring while following ethical and legal guidelines.

Spirit of Inquiry 64.3%14 A spirit of inquiry is exhibited by nurses who provide evidence based clinical nursing practice and use evidence to promote change and excellence.

NLN Competency No of Points

Individual Score Description

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INDIVIDUAL SCORE

The individual score is the number of questions answered correctly divided by the number of questions on the assessment. It is on a scale of 0% to 100%.

TOPICS TO REVIEW

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