NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: NSS301- Nature of Nursing

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NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: NSS301- Nature of Nursing

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NOUN TMA Questions and Answers: NSS301- Nature of Nursing



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Q1 How many essential nursing values and behaviour do we have?

7

Q2 A nurse counsellor sees beyond her client's -----

expressi on

Q3 Nightingale concept of nursing focused on the ----- of the environment?

manipualtio n

Q4 The ultimate goal of a nurse serving as a teacher is to provide?

knowledge

Q5 values are standards for guiding actions and maintaining?

attitudes

Q6 A nurse reseracher is a ?

patient observer

Q7 Inherent worth and uniqueness of an individual is?

huma n dignity

Q8 Being answerable to someone for your actions or deeds is ?

Acco untability

Q9 Concern for the welfare of others is?

altruism

Q10 Nursing was defined as a sub-culture, processing ideas and values which are unique to nurses and which reflect society by?

Myra Levine

Q11 The entry of women into nursing could be traced to?

AD 300

Q12 Whose efforts led to reduction of mortality rate from 42.7% to 2.2%

Florence Nightingale

Q13 Major reforms in nursing was heralded by?

Florence Nig htingale

Q14 The American Nurses Association proposed its code of ethics in ?

1926

Q15 Which of the following factor affects respiration?

Exercise
emotion
stress
---all of the above

Q16 The inauguration of the first Nursing Council for Nigeria was done in?

1947

Q17 The first Nigerian Matron of UCH Ibadan was

Kofoworola Pratt

Q18 The department of nursing was created in University of Ibadan in

1965

Q19 The need to achieve, be competent, gain approval and recognition is of which level of basic human need

self actualizat ion

Q20 The agency of West Africa Health Organization for Nursing is?

West Africa College of Nursing




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Q21 values are standards for guiding actions and maintaining?

attitudes

Q22 The ultimate goal of a nurse serving as a teacher is to provide?

knowledge

Q23 Nightingale concept of nursing focused on the ----- of the environment?

manipualtio n

Q24 A nurse counsellor sees beyond her client's -----

expressi on

Q25 Levine and Nightingale emphasis is on ?

obser vation

Q26 values are standards for guiding actions and maintaining --?

attitude s

Q27 Relationship with a supreme being is pertinent to the philosophy of?

nur sing

Q28 Nightingale concept of nursing focused on the manipualtion of the environment in line with the?-

laws of natu re

Q29 The philosophy that gave a common view that what would normally be called the external world is somehow created in the mind is --?

idealism

Q30 How many factor influenced the development of nursing in Nigeria?

4

Q31 An infection that is disseminated throughout the body is called?

Generalized

Q32 Relationship with a supreme being is pertinent to the philosophy of?

nursing

Q33 The standard for guiding actions and maintaining attitudes is?

values

Q34 How many essential nursing values and behaviour do we have?

7

Q35 The agency of West Africa Health Organization for Nursing is?

West Africa College of Nursing

Q36 Nursing was defined as a sub-culture, processing ideas and values which are unique to nurses and which reflect society by?

Myra Levine

Q37 Concern for the welfare of others is?

altruism

Q38 Being answerable to someone for your actions or deeds is ?

Acco untability

Q39 Inherent worth and uniqueness of an individual is?

huma n dignity

Q40 A nurse reseracher is a ?

patient observer





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Q41 The ultimate goal of a nurse serving as a teacher is to provide?

knowledge

Q42 A nurse counsellor sees beyond her client's -----

expressi on

Q43 A nurse reseracher is a ______,

patient observer

Q44 The need to achieve, be competent, gain approval and recognition is of which level of basic human need______,

self actualizat ion

Q45 14 activities contributing to health which nursing is responsible for assisting the individual was proposed by ______,

Henderson

Q46 A process of human interaction between nurse and client is the focus of __,

Imogen M.King

Q47 Nightingale gave birth to ----- of nursing?

professionalizati on

Q48 Which of the following factor do not affect respiration?

food

Q49 the process of retrieving specific information from memory stores is ___,

Remembering

Q50 The major functions of Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria includes the following except

politicking for nurses

Q51 Nightingale consept of nursing dominated the development of nursing for ----- years.

One hundred

Q52 The philosophy that gave a common view that what would normally be called the external world is somehow created in the mind is ____,

idealism

Q53 Nightingale concept of nursing focused on the manipualtion of the environment in line with the_________,

laws of natu re

Q54 Relationship with a supreme being is pertinent to the philosophy of________,

nur sing

Q55 values are standards for guiding actions and maintaining __________,

attitude s

Q56 Levine and Nightingale emphasis is on ______,

obser vation

Q57 Inherent worth and uniqueness of an individual is__________,

human d ignity

Q58 The types of assessment employed in evaluating patient health status are ______,

ABC

Q59 Concern for the welfare of others is ___________,

altruism

Q60 Nursing was defined as a sub-culture, processing ideas and values which are unique to nurses and which reflect society by_________,

Myra Levine




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Q61 Major reforms in nursing was heralded by?

Florence Nig htingale

Q62 The American Nurses Association proposed its code of ethics in ?

1926

Q63 The inauguration of the first Nursing Council for Nigeria was done in?

1947

Q64 The first Nigerian Matron of UCH Ibadan was

Kofoworola Pratt

Q65 The department of nursing was created in University of Ibadan in

1965

Q66 A nurse talking and walking like a senior nurse she admires is an example of

modelling

Q67 How many factor influenced the development of nursing in Nigeria?

4

Q68 An infection that is disseminated throughout the body is called?

Generalized

Q69 How many essential nursing values and behaviour do we have?

7

Q70 Being answerable to someone for your actions or deeds is ?

Acco untability

Q71 The race for the education of nurses by Florence Nightingale started in?

19th

Q72 Caring is vital in the therapeutic interpersonal relationship between the nurse and?

patient

Q73 Fragmentation of health care for the sake of its practical value is an influence of?

orderliness

Q74 Euthanasis is regarded as?

mercy k illing

Q75 That a person's inner reasoning dictates his/her moral actions was viewed by?

Immnauel Rant

Q76 Clara Barton founded the America Red Cross in?

1882

Q77 The school of thought that considers the scientific approach as been the only reliable method of acquiring knowledge is?

Naturalis t

Q78 The West Africa College of Nursing Nursing is an affiliation of?

West Africa Health Organizati on

Q79 ______ efforts led to reduction of mortality rate from 42.7% to 2.2%

Florence Nightingale

Q80 The founder of America Red Cross was ?

Clara Barton




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