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M1 quiz chapter 2
Question 1
The health care team is having difficulty communicating with
a patient from a non-English-speaking culture. An interpreter has not yet been
located. Which behaviors might the patient demonstrate because of this
communication issue?
Select all that apply.
Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and
no incorrect choices are selected.
Question 2 A group of nurses talking are overheard using
jargon that is consistent with the nursing profession. Which behavior are the
nurses demonstrating?
Question 3 The nurse determines that a patient is in the
process of acculturation. What did the nurse assess in this patient?
Question 4 Why does the nurse stop and think before
implementing touch when providing care to a patient from a different culture?
Question 5 A patient from a non-English-speaking culture
explains how he has to behave differently at work than he does at home. What
does the nurse realize this patient is describing?
Question 6 Prior to caring for a Native American patient,
the nurse reviews the diseases that are more prevalent in this culture. What is
the nurse taking into consideration when caring for this patient?
Question 7 While conducting a health history, a patient
demonstrates characteristics of ethnocentrism. What behaviors did the nurse
observe in the patient?
Select all that apply.
Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and
no incorrect choices are selected.
Question 8 While collecting demographics, the nurse learns
that an American patient is married to an immigrant from another country. What
does this patient’s marriage exemplify?
Question 9 A patient living in the United States for 10
years is distressed about not “fitting in” with American society.
What aspects of acculturation will the nurse discuss with this patient?
Select all that apply.
Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and
no incorrect choices are selected.
Question 10 A patient born in a European country speaks
excellent American English. The nurse realizes that this patient has achieved
which type of assimilation?
Question 11 A patient tells the nurse that it is important
for him or her to be discharged soon because it is expected that the family’s
needs be met. Which aspect of heritage consistency is this patient
demonstrating?
Question 12 What aspects of a patient’s culture will the
health care provider keep in mind when providing care?
Select all that apply.
Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and
no incorrect choices are selected.
Question 13 The nurse is planning care for an older patient.
What will the nurse take into consideration to reduce generational conflict?
Select all that apply.
Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and
no incorrect choices are selected.
Question 14 The nurse identifies that a patient from a
different culture will not make eye contact during the assessment process. What
does the lack of eye contact indicate to the nurse?
Question 15 A patient tells the nurse that a health problem
is common among people of the patient’s ethnic background. What other
characteristics would the nurse assess as contributing to this patient’s
ethnicity?
Select all that apply.
Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and
no incorrect choices are selected.
Question 16 The nurse is not happy to learn that a newly
admitted patient is from the same culture as a previous patient who had created
much turmoil on the care area. What behavior is this nurse prone to
demonstrate?
Question 17 A seminal event in the boomer generation that
can still elicit comments today is the question:
Question 18 The staff development instructor is planning a
seminar that focuses on the variables leading to generational conflict. What
will the instructor include in this content?
Select all that apply.
Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and
no incorrect choices are selected.
Question 19 A patient tells the health care provider that a
foot injury occurred while participating in Oktoberfest as a dancer. The
patient is explaining which aspect of heritage consistency?
Question 20 A health care provider comments that a patient
is “too old to take care of herself” and needs to “let a man
make decisions for her.” The nurse recognizes that this health care
provider is demonstrating which misanthropic feelings?
Select all that apply.
Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and
no incorrect choices are selected.

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