Test Bank For LPN to RN Transitions, 3rd Edition by Lora Claywell Test Bank
Test Bank for LPN to RN Transitions, 3rd Edition by Lora Claywell is a valuable resource for students preparing to transition from being a licensed practical nurse (LPN) to a registered nurse (RN). It is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for success in an RN program and in a professional nursing career.
The test bank for LPN to RN Transitions, 3rd Edition includes a variety of multiple-choice questions, matching exercises, and true/false statements that cover the key topics in the book. These questions are designed to test students’ understanding of the material and to help them prepare for exams and other assessments.
The test bank covers topics such as the role of the RN, the nursing process, communication skills, pharmacology, and patient education. It also includes questions on legal and ethical issues in nursing, as well as strategies for managing stress and maintaining work-life balance.
In addition to the test bank questions, the book includes a comprehensive glossary of key terms, as well as case studies and critical thinking exercises that allow students to apply the concepts they have learned to real-world situations.
Table of Contents
Unit One: Success in the Classroom
1. Honoring Your Past, Planning Your Future
2. Managing Time and Designing Personal Success
3. Classroom Study Habits that Work
4. Reviewing Basic Math Review for Medication Calculations
5. Passing NCLEX® NEW!
Unit Two: The Profession and Discipline of Registered Nursing
6. Distinguishing the RN Role from the LPN/LVN Role
7. The Nurses, Ideas, and Forces that Define the Profession
8. Upholding Ethical and Legal Principles
9. Care and Safety Standards, Competence, and Nurse Accountability
Unit Three: The RN as Provider of Care
10. Using Nursing Theory to Guide Professional Practice
11. Providing Patient-Centered Care Through the Nursing Process
12. Critical and Diagnostic Thinking for Better Clinical Judgment
13. Practicing Evidence-Based Decision-making
14. Communicating with Patients and Coworkers
15. Teaching Patients and Their Families
Unit Four: The RN as Manager of Care
16. Leading, Delegating, and Collaborating
17. Promoting Healthful Living in the Primary Care Setting
18. Managing Patient Care in Secondary and Tertiary Settings
Unit Five: Putting It All Together
19. Reflecting on Your Transition
Appendix A: Answers to Math Practice Problem
Appendix B: A Patient’s Bill of Rights
Appendix C: NANDA Nursing Diagnoses