Chapter 8: The Fundamentals of Care in Nursing Adults
1. Key to the provision of safe and effective care is the ability to assess, plan, ______ and ______ care delivery.
- review and do
- implement and evaluate
- treat and evaluate
- implement and review
2. Fill in the blank: Healthcare ______ Strategy for NHS Scotland (2010).
3. Fill in the blank: Care Quality Commission (2013): “______ standards, putting people first”
4. There are also designated organisations that regulate and inspect the delivery of care across the UK. Fill in the blank.
Northern Ireland: The Regulation and Quality ______ Authority (RQIA)
5. The Code emphasizes that ______ must be used responsibly, respecting others’ right to privacy and upholding the reputation of the profession.
- your computer
- social areas
- online information
- social media
6. The professional duty of ______ is about openness and honesty when things go wrong:
7. The ______ of care include, but are not limited to, nutrition, hydration, bladder and bowel care, physical handling and making sure that those receiving care are kept in clean and hygienic conditions.
8. Nurses and midwives are ______ for their decisions to delegate tasks and duties to other people, ensuring that delegated tasks and duties are within the other person’s scope of competence.
- not accountable
- not responsible
- sometimes responsible
9. ______ replaces post-registration education and practice (PREP) requirements and came into effect in April 2016 and is the new process that all nurses and midwives must follow in order to maintain their registration and eligibility to practice.
10. ______ adults is about protecting those at risk of harm (vulnerable adults) from suffering abuse or neglect.