7. A complaint about the boomer generation about the following generations regards work ethic. The “nester” generation born between 1979 and 1984 is more likely to embrace an ethic
. of employer loyalty.
b. seeking to fit their lifestyle.
c. seeking maximum financial gain.
d. loyal to one’s skills in the marketplace.
8. The best outcome for health care facilities incorporating cultural care into their practices is
a. increased numbers of clients seeking care at these facilities.
b. improved health outcomes for the clients at these facilities.
c. better health care provided by the facility’s staff.
d. increased reimbursement by insurance companies for provided health services.
9. An important consideration when making a home health visit to a client is to:
a. give a general idea of when the visit will be made.
b. bring a gift to the client’s home on the initial visit.
c. just show up at the client’s home.
d. inform the client the approximate time the visit will be made.
10. Do certain cultures place emphasis on eating space? c foods during pregnancy and after childbirth to ensure a healthy mother and infant. This cultural phenomenon is an example of
a. time orientation.
b. environmental control.
c. biological variation.
d. social organization.
11. Touch is an important component of nursing, but using it without understanding the client’s cultural background can be a violation of their
a. social organization.
b. environmental control.
c. space and territoriality.
d. time orientation.
12. Before doing any teaching it is important the client understands what is being taught. The most effective method to determine if the client understands any health teaching is by
a. ask the client if they understand what was said in the teaching.
b. speaking slowly and carefully to the client.
c. having the client repeat back what was said in his/her own words.
d. interpreting the client’s facial gestures.
13. Native Americans have a higher susceptibility to diabetes than other population groups within the United States. This is considered a(n)
a. biological variation.
b. component of heritage consistency.
c. social organization pattern.
d. environmental control.
14. While the Census Bureau has placed race as a sociopolitical construct, placing oneself into a racial category can still present a challenge. Those who consider themselves “Creole” would be more likely to place themselves into the category labeled
c. Black or African American.
d. Hispanic or Latino.
15. While shifts in the population profile are occurring, what is an important consideration to address in health care?
a. More physicians need to be trained to deliver health care.
b. Cultural health needs of varying groups must be considered.
c. Health care providers need to be younger to care for an aging population.
d. Health care needs to be streamlined for consistent care delivery.6
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