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Exam 2 Nursing 100

QuestionAnswer
Lasse' Fare Leadership/Management Style provides little direction or guidance and will forgo decision making
Autocratic Leadership/Management Style Makes all decisions with no staff input & uses the authority of the position to accomplish goals
Situational Leadership/Management Style Requires consideration of staff members needs & experiences, the managers abilites & the goals & tasks to be accomplished
Informal Power exercised by the person who has no official authority to act but is able to influence others in the work group
Expert Power based on knowledge & information
Coercive Power based on fear of punishment for failure to comply. ex: witheld pay increase, undesired assignments, termination
Reward Power Ablility to reward others for complying. ex: pay increase acknowledgement of acconplishments
Trait Leadership Theory assumption that leaders were born with certain leadership characteristics
Chaos Leadership Theory attempts to account for the complexty & randomness in organizations. Suggests a degree of order can be attained by viewing complicated situations & behaviors as predictable
Bureaucracy Leadership Theory emphasized rules instead of individuals & competency instead of favoritism as important for effective organizations
Organizational Leadership Theory management processes within todays dynamic complex health care organizations
Transactional Leadership Styles focus on day-to-day operations & are comfortable with status quo, reward staff for desired word, monitor work performance & correct as needed
Transformational Leadership Styles committed to organizational goals, has a vision & is able to empower others with that vision
Contemporary Leadership Style integrate the dynamics of the interaction among the leader, the worker & elements of the leadership situation
What are the 5 various management functions? Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing & Controlling
What's the process of getting a nursing license? get 2 year degree from accredited nursing program, take NCLEX exam, receive results withinh a month after taking, if passed submit information via mail to receive license.
Whats the purpose of taking the NCLEX? to safegaurd the public from unsafe practice & helping determine candidates capabilites for performing entry-level RN position.s
What are Bloom's levels of taxonomy? Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis
Blooms Knowledge Level of the NCLEX. lowest & simplest level of learning; remembering or recalling information
Bloom's Comprehension Level of the NCLEX. 2nd level of idfficults; fundamental level or understanding or the ability to grasp or summarize information or material or restate in one's own words.
Bloom's Application Level of the NCLEX. 3rd level of difficulty; ability to use learned information in new situations
Bloom's Analysis Level of th NCLEX. highest level of difficulty; requires complex thought process & includes the ability to reduce material into its fundamental parts so that relationships may be understood. Majority questions on NCLEX at application and analysis level.
Name 6 Intentional Torts. Battery, Assault, Defamation of Character, False Imprisionment, Intentional infliction of Emotional Distress, Invasion of Privacy
Name 2 major unintentional torts. Negligence, Malpractice
How many questions (max & min) are on NCLEX-Rn exam? minimum 75; maximum 265 based on consumers performance
Name the steps of the nursing process. Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning, Implementation, Evaluation
Beneficence ethical principle stating that one sholud do good & prevent or avoid doing harm
Slander words spken with malice that are untrue & prejudicial to the reputation practice, commercial trade, office or business of another person
What are teh 4 integrated processes of the NCLEX? Nursing, Caring, Communication & Documentation, and Teaching & Learning
Abuse misuses; use of something to bad effect or for a bad purpose
Neglect failure to act in a manner that an ordinary, prudent person would act in similar circumstances, resulting in harm
Democratic Leadership/Management Style Encourages staff involvement in goal setting, problem solving & decision making
Systems Theory views organization as a set of inderdependent parts that together form a whole.
Name 3 main Leadership & Management Skills 1) Technical Skills 2)Human Skills 3) Conceptual Skills
Interactional Leadership Theory integrate dynamics of interaction between leader, worker & leadership situation
Managers coordinate people, time & supplies to achieve desired outcomes in a defined area of responsibility
Leaders attempt to influence the beliefs, opinions, or behaviors ofa person or group
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