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Nursing Administration MCQ Questions

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1. One registered nurse may be responsible for giving medications, another nurse for admission and discharges while nursing attendants change linen, provide hygienic care or do simple procedures for which they have trained. This model of nursing practice is called
a. Functional nursing
b. Team nursing
c. Primary nursing
d. Total patient care
2. Which among the following leadership style is most effective
a. Laissez-Faire Leadership
b. Autocratic Leadership
c. Democratic Leadership
d. Bureaucratic Leadership
3. Most commonly used model of care in ICUs
a. Functional nursing
b. Team nursing
c. Primary nursing
d. Total patient care
4. Leadership style adopted to make crucial decisions need to be made on the spot, when dealing with inexperienced and new team members and there’s no time to wait for team members to gain familiarity with their role.
a. Autocratic
b. Authoritative
c. Pacesetting
d. Coaching

 5. Which of the following is considered a traditional charting?
a. Narrative
b. Problem Oriented Medical Record
c. SOAPE
d. DAR
 
6. Any event that is not consistent with routine patient care and is used when patient care is not consistent with facility or national standards of expected care
a. Incident Reports
b. Kardex or Rand System
c. Intervention Guidelines
d. Nursing Care plan
7. This among the following leadership style in nursing is not good fit for the health sector, which is most often seen in young inexperienced nurses
a. Autocratic Leadership
b. Democratic Leadership
c. Transformational Leadership
d. Laissez-Faire Leadership

 

8. When does discharge planning ideally begin?
a. During admission
b. After admission
c. Before admission
d. Without admission
9. Specific instructions regarding the treatment of the condition are coming under called
a. Nursing protocol
b. Nursing research.
c. Code of ethics.
d. Nursing theory
10. The process of negotiation between employers and a group of employees aimed at agreements to regulate working salaries, working conditions, benefits, and other aspects of workers’ compensation and rights for workers.
a. Negotiation
b. Bargaining
c. Collective bargaining
d. Discussion
11. Which of the following is included in the features of collective bargaining?
a. Group activity
b. Flexibility
c. Building relationship
d. All of the above
12. Which of the following is not a type of standing order?
a. Institutional standing order
b. Specific standing order
c. General standing order
d. Instructional standing order
13. The evaluation of nursing care by examining the records and charts of discharged patients.
a. Nursing management audit
b. Concurrent audit
c. Retrospective audit
d. General audit
14. The assessment of the quality of nursing care or use of a record as an aid in evaluating the quality of patient care
a. Nursing audit
b. Nursing evaluation
c. Supervision
d. Guidance
15. Departmental, divisional or sectional heads, and other executive officers attached to the different departments belong to which level of management?
a. Top level management
b. Middle level management
c. Supervisory level management
d. None of these

16. Objectives of Nursing supervision includes all except
a. Promote communication
b. Initiate disciplinary actions
c. Promote motivation
d. Evaluate and improve performance
17. Which of the following is not an objective of patient assignment?
a. To promote good health
b. Good ward management
c. Provide education
d. To develop new services
18. The following steps are involved in communication process expect:
a. Information source and encoding
b. Channel
c. Decoding and feedback
d. Evaluation
19. The conditions that does not make democratic leadership successful is
a. Atmosphere of approval.
b. Knowledge and discipline.
c. Right of appeal
d. Right to order.

20. Which among the following related to Nurse Manager and Nurse administrator is wrong
a. Nurse administrator may also term as Director of Nursing and Nurse Manager may call as head nurse/Ward supervisor.
b. Both positions need basic business skills such as financial management and experience in areas such as human resources, strategic planning and systems thinking
c. Both provide direct care to the patients based on situation
d. Both nurse administrators and nurse managers usually have 24-hour accountability for their areas of responsibility.

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