Issues and Trends in Nursing: Essential Knowledge for Today and Tomorrow
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Please read each question and select your answer from the choices provided. You must complete all of the questions in order to view your results. At the end of each exam, you have the option to e-mail your results to your instructor.

1:  Information literacy is defined as:
A: Quality performance measurement data shared among healthcare providers and organizations for quality improvement and safety
B: the ability to identify the need for information, search databases about it, evaluate the results and utilize the information
C: healthcare organizational environment that promotes a culture of professional development and quality patient outcomes
D: measurable levels of knowledge, skills and attitudes required to perform in a professional role

2:  What is a measure of the quality of a service or organization based on consumer or employee perceptions
A: Magnet
B: futurist
C: competency
D: satisfaction

3:  What is the process by which an institution's program, policies, and practices are reviewed by an external accrediting body?
A: apprenticeship
B: accreditation
C: instruction
D: curriculum

4:  Neomodernism links knowledge, production and practice to generate scientific theory. It demands that new methods and technologies be utilized in nursing practice and research.

5:  The magnet program is a type of benchmark for excellence among consumers and professionals. In the Magnet Model, a transformational leader will not prepare nurses for future challenges and the mindset of the leader must be that of the past.

6:  Some barriers or challenges that affect the future of nursing include competencies in academic and health care not being uniform and current managers retiring without appropriate replacements.

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