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Haemophilia: The Role of Nurses

1. Multidisciplinary team (MDT) care is a team-based systems approach to providing health care delivery, through communicated care, coordinated information sharing, and cooperative partnerships of various health care professionals, patients and their families.

A. True B. False

2. Which of the following statements is most accurate?

A. The term "nurse-lead" can apply to various service models in which nurses have a leadership or supervisory role or practice with direct supervision. B. The term "nurse-lead" can apply to various service models in which nurses have a leadership or supervisory role or practice with direct supervision from a physician. C. The term "nurse-lead" can apply to various service models in which nurses have a leadership or supervisory role or practice without direct supervision. D. The term "nurse-lead" can apply to various service models in which nurses have a leadership or supervisory role or practice without direct supervision for a period of 2 months.

3. The characteristics of a nurse-led service have been defined by a set of activities which include freedom to initiate diagnostic tests and increased autonomy. However, the aforementioned activities do not include the ability to prescribe medications.

A. True B. False

4. Which of the following statements regarding the conclusions of the first study is most accurate?

A. The study's survey indicated that over a third of the nurses, included in the study, will reach retirement age in the next 20-30 years, thus increasing the urgency of efforts to create a standardized approach toward education. B. One challenge to haemophilia education standardization is that, unlike other subspecialty nursing areas, there is not an independent nursing society guiding the curriculum. C. A potential barrier to education standardization is the large number of HTC nurses. D. A Hemostasis Nursing board certification is not currently available to nurses.

5. Which of the following chronic conditions requires ongoing interventions and thus may be amenable to nurse-led care?

A. Drug dependency B. Heart failure C. Diabetes D. All of the above

6. Which of the following therapies may be amenable to nurse-led care due to the high level of administration difficulty?

A. Oral Ativan B. Oral antibiotics C. Enzyme replacement therapy D. Topical corticosteroids

7. Which of the following statements is most accurate?

A. The use of nurses in care delivery and coordination is common in systems that have a tradition in multidisciplinary team working. B. The use of nurses in care delivery and coordination is not common in systems that have a tradition in multidisciplinary team working. C. The introduction of nurse-led approaches in primary care has not been challenging in systems where primary care is traditionally provided by doctors in solo practice. D. A government’s approach to regulation does not typically influence how nursing practices develop.

8. Which of the following statements regarding competencies for advanced practitioner nurses is most accurate?

A. It is not necessary for advanced practitioner nurses to understand how to screen patients for disease risk factors and early signs of illness. B. Advanced practitioner nurses should understand how to make a differential diagnosis using decision-making and problem-solving skills. C. Advanced practitioner nurses should not have the authority to admit or discharge patients from their caseload. D. Understanding how to work collaboratively with other health care professionals and disciplines is not necessary.


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