nursing 100 exam 1-UL Lafayette

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Dean of the College of Nursing and Allied Health
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Dr. Gail Poirrier, DNS, RN
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Associate Dean
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Dr. Melinda Oberleitner
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BSN Department Head
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Dr. Lisa Broussard
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BSN Coordinator
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Deedra Harrington
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caring, art, science, client centered, holistic, adaptive, a helping profession and concerned with health promotion, maintenance, and restoration
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Nursing
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what two elements make up nursing
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science and art
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what element of nursing is based on analytical framework, knowledge and skills in critical thinking, familiar with medical terms, procedures, medications, and disease mechanisms, how to work new equipment and machines, and is an evidence based practice
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science element of nursing (“the nursing process”)
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what element of nursing is based on caring and respect for human dignity for the whole person (physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually), embraces healing fostered by compassion, helping, listening, mentoring, coaching, exploring, presence, supporting, touching, intuition, empathy, service, cultural competence, tolerance, acceptance, nurturing, mutually creating, and conflict resolution
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art element of nursing (“the human touch”)
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nursing is the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations
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American Nursing Association (ANA) -NURSE
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nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals of all ages, families, groups and communities, sick or well and in all settings. It includes the promotion of health, the prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying people
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World Health Organization (WHO) -NURSE
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nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals of all ages, families, groups and communities, sick or well and in all settings. It includes the promotion of health, the prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying people. Advocacy, promotion of a safe environment, research, participation in shaping health policy and in patient health systems management, and education are also key nursing roles
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International Council of Nurses (ICN) -NURSE
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what are characteristics of a profession
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-controlling own work -special body of knowledge -plan of formal education -competence -control work over preference -service to society -self-regulation -credentialing systems to certify competence -legal reinforcement of professional standards -ethical practice -collegial subculture -intrinsic rewards -societal acceptance
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leaders in professional nursing who are: -responsive to health care needs -evidence-based practice -safe care -high quality care -meaningful use of informatics -meaningful use of patient care tech through -commitment -quality education -research -scholarship -service values -altruism -autonomy -caring -human dignity -integrity -lifelong learning -social justice
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this is the aim of UL BSN Program to produce nurses with these characteristics and values
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___ defines professional nursing as specifically trained professional that addresses the humanistic and holistic needs of patients, families and environments and provides responses to patterns and/or needs of patients, families, and communities to actual and potential health problems. The professional nurse has diverse roles, such as health care provider, client advocate, educator, core coordinator, primary practitioner, and change agent
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Cherry
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Nursing has.. -___ that begins in the institution of higher learning and continues throughout the professional career -an increasing body of knowledge based on theory that is well defined and strengthened through _________ -a ____ process that inculcates the norms and values of the professional culture – _______ or the ability to govern itself and its practice – work that has social value and provides a ________ to the public -adherence to a code of ___ -_____ to the work over personal gain
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-education -evidence -socialization -autonomy -service -ethics -commitment
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what are the professional nursing roles?
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-“the helping role” -“the teaching-coaching function” -“the diagnostic and patient- monitoring function” -“effective management of rapidly changing situations” -“administration and monitoring of therapeutic interventions and regimens” -“monitoring of and ensuring the quality of health care practices” -“organizational and work-role competencies”
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According to ____ (1984) nurses use many competencies as they engage in clinical practice. she organized these competencies into seven categories according to the roles and key function that fall within the domain of professional nursing
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Benner
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in order to assume safe quality patient care based on evidence practice nurses must be mindful of the necessity for…..
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-theoretical and conceptual frameworks -the nursing process -standards of practice -nurse practice acts and nurse licensure laws and regulations -national and international codes of ethics
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BSN curriculum components are -______ -______ -______
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-American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) -Louisiana State Board of Nursing -University of Louisiana at Lafayette (SAC)
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this BSN component involves the essentials of BSN education for professional practice (2008)
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American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)
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this BSN component involves the Louisiana State Practice Act
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Louisiana State Board of Nursing
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this BSN component involves the nursing department mission statement
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University of Louisiana at Lafayette SAC
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what are the essentials defined by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) in the year 2008
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-provides curricular elements and framework for BSN curriculum -adresses key stakeholders’ recommendations -recommends core knowledge required of all healthcare professionals when addressing landmark documents (IOM)
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the essentials defined by the AACN in 2009 are: -there are ___ BSN curriculum essentials -the essentials include practice focused outcomes that integrate ___, ____, and ____ -essentials 1-9: ____ expected BSN graduate outcomes -essential 9: describes the generalist nursing practice at the completion of __ nursing education -achievement of outcomes enable graduates to practice within complex health care systems and assume roles as: ___ of care, __/____/___ of care; and members of a profession
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-9 -knowledge, skills, and attitudes -delineate -baccalaureate -provider, designer/manager/coordinator
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University of Louisiana Lafayette nursing curriculum consists of: – –
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-didactic courses -clinical component
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the ULL BSN program of studies consists of -overview of nursing curriculum courses displayed -academic advisors use curriculum guides to advise students during ___ —-Courses are organized from ___ content to ___ -each subsequent course content is presented to reflect a ______ of knowledge and skill
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-semester registration -simple content to complex content -higher degree
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understand the rigor of nursing: – knowledge taxonomy is based on the 6 levels of ______ -due to the rigor and demands of the didactic coursework and laboratories, clinical practice experiences, ongoing homework and studying, the BSN students should understand that it is essential that students develop or improve their ____ and ______ skills.
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-Bloom’s Taxonomy -study and time management
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[successful matriculation in higher edu] two personal skills involved in nursing edu
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-memory -motivation
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Memory consists of what 3 subcategories: -_______ -limited space -gorge and purge; cramming -_______ -almost unlimited space -rehearsal -must be meaningful -use active learning strategies -______ -new knowledge builds on old knowledge
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-short-term -long-term -cumulative
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what 2 types of academic motivation are defined
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intrinsic extrinsic
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the motivation that comes from within. you do something because you want to or because you gain personal satisfaction by doing it
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intrinsic motivation
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is motivation that is gained from external rewards
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extrinsic motivation
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most people have both __ and __ motivation
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intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
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Nursing success can only be achieved through -_____ -_____ -_____ -______ and ____
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perseverance setting of realistic goals strong organization physical and mental measures
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times will get tough and you will get tired but keep your eye on the goal and keep in touch with your motivations
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perseverance
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there are only 24 hours in a day. work full-time, while going to school full-time and having an active social life may be unrealistic and setting you up for failure and frustration
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setting of realistic goals
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complete and commit to the time management inventory that includes “to do” lists, personal task schedules, school obligations, family and social obligations. set priorities and avoid over scheduling
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strong organization
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allows work and life balances
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Physical and Mental measures
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[study and learning strategies] includes: – ____ – ____ -unit objectives -lecture -assignments and readings – ____ – ____ and ____ – ____ – ____
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-environment -make study plan -organization -practice and repetition -study groups -supplemental materials
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[prep and study] -minimum estimated study time is __ hours of study per week per hour -15 credit hours x 2= minimum of ___ /week -study environment should be – ____ free and ___ – turn off ___ and ____
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-2 -30 -distraction free and comfortable -phone and television
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[organization and self-direction] -____: keep a calendar and refer to it daily -___: check email and Moodle sites frequently -___: it is the expectation that students will respect all deadlines (due dates) without the need for prompting it
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-calendar -communication -self-direction
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[test anxiety] Prevention – adequate preparation – adequate rest – arrive __ for tests – __ before starting – focus on __ you are doing, not __ you are doing it
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-early -relax and breathe -what/how
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Seeking professional help – –
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-stress management -counseling
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what are 3 concepts that are needed for success in nursing:
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planning preparation hard work
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[t/f] The mission of the Department of Nursing is to prepare leaders in professional nursing who are responsive to the health needs of diverse cultures through delivery of evidence-based practice, safe and high-quality care, and meaningful use of informatics and patient care technology.
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According to the “methods of evaluation” in your N100 Course Packet, participation is worth what percentage of your N100 grade?
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5%
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The combined weight of the 4 on-line Moodle quizzes for NURS 100 is worth what percentage of the total N100 grade?
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14%
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This Baccalaureate Program Outcome includes the competency of using a holistic approach to provision of care.
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core knowledge
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According to the Baccalaureate Program Graduate Outcomes and Competencies in your N100 Course Packet, “integrating best practice guidelines with clinical expertise…” is associated with which outcome?
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evidence-based practice
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Delivering quality nursing care while recognizing the patient’s preference, values and needs is associated with which of the following Baccalaureate Program Graduate Outcomes?
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patient centered care
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[t/f] N100 Unit 1 covers Chapter 1 “The Evolution of the Nursing Profession” from your text book Contemporary nursing: Issues, trends, & management.
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F
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Which Chapter in Contemporary nursing: Issues, trends, & management are you assigned to read for Unit 7, Regulation of Nursing Practice?
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Chapter 4
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[t/f] Due dates for N100 assignments can be found in the N100 syllabus?
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F
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Student responsibilities regarding NURS 100 include which of the following; Check all that apply.
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-Students are responsible for checking your email at least weekly and at least (2) two days before the next class. -Each student is expected to be prepared for each classroom experience. -Students with disabilities (including learning disabilities requiring extra time and/or quiet room) must notify their instructors as soon as possible and complete a form in Student Services. -Students are encouraged to sign up for University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s emergency notification system. Information from ULink: ‘FirstCall’ – When corresponding with instructors through email or telephone make sure to include your full name and Nursing 100 section number.
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[t/f] it is the expectation that all UL Lafayette nursing students will have a copy of the UL at Lafayette College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions Department of Nursing Student Handbook.
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T
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The minimum cumulative GPA required for admission into the 200 level nursing courses is
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2.8
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Each student should be sure that compliance of UL Department of Nursing Core Performance Standards is achievable without unreasonable dependence on technology or intermediaries. These standards have requirements in which of the following skills, attributes and qualities: Check all that apply.
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-professional relationships -behavioral -critical thinking and communication -mobility and motor skills -hearing, visual, tactile
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The minimum accepted grade for required courses (both nursing and non-nursing) is a/an
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C
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A student who changed majors from kinesiology to nursing is now applying for admission to the first nursing clinical course, NURS 208. Which previously taken courses will be included when calculating the student’s cumulative GPA?
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only the first 2 KNEA courses
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In the event of enrollment limitation (full classes), when considering GPA for admission into any level nursing course, the College Of Nursing and Allied Health Professions [CONAHP] Department of Nursing considers
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the cumulative GPA
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A student enrolled in Nursing 208 withdraws from the course in the fall semester and then earns a grade of “D” in Nursing 208 in the subsequent spring semester
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will not be allowed to major in nursing at ULL
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A student who earns a “D” or “F” in 2 or more required non-nursing courses
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will not be allowed to major in nursing at ULL
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Which criminal background investigation is required for non-licensed and non-certified students for admission into the 208 clinical nursing courses?
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level I
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Drug and alcohol screening will be conducted at:
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SAMHSA and /or CAP-FUDT certified lab
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When is a drug and alcohol screen required for UL Nursing Students?
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-Suspicion of being under the influence of drug or alcohol anytime during the semester -Prior to admission into first clinical nursing course -Randomly -Clinical nursing students who are involved in an accident/incident or a medication handling discrepancy may be required to submit to testing.
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Possible consequences of a positive drug/alcohol screen include: A. denied admission to clinical nursing courses B. dismissal from clinical nursing courses C. test results reported to the Louisiana State Board of Nursing (LSBN) D. referral to a Louisiana State Board of Nursing (LSBN) approved evaluator for assistance in dealing with drug abuse
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A, B, C, and D are correct
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When will a student who has had a positive drug/alcohol screen be allowed to return to clinical courses?
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With written approval from the Louisiana State Board of Nursing (LSBN) and compliance with drug/alcohol testing requirements
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A student who arrives late for an exam will
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be allowed to take the exam only if no other students have completed the exam and left the room
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While taking an exam in a nursing class, a student’s cell phone starts ringing. This student should
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expect an automatic 10% deduction from exam grade
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A student misses an exam because of a routine scheduled chiropractic appointment. This is
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considered an unexcused absence and the student will not be allowed to make-up the exam
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A student who receives a grade of 84% on a nursing exam will earn a letter grade of
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C
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A student who receives a final grade at 92.99 in a nursing course will earn a letter grade of
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B
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To appeal a final grade, before contacting the University Ombudsman, the student must first speak with (please indicate the correct order or chain of command)
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-his/her instructor -semester coordinator -BSN coordinator -Department head -associate dean -dean of the college of nursing
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[t/f] Students who are making less than a “C” grade in a class will be advised by the course faculty or course coordinator with an Interim Advisement Form prior to or during mid-term week of the semester.
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T
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A student who is absent in excess of 10% of the total clinical clock hours
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can be dropped or failed from the course
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Which of the following instances would be considered an excused absence (check all that apply)
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-ULL Student Government Association (SGA) officer attending the SGA National Convention -ULL volleyball player attending an out of town volleyball game -Documented death of a grandparent -Illness with a physician’s excuse
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The deadline for submission of clinical requirements (health screening and drug/alcohol testing) for the Fall semester is
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August 1
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A map with the emergency evacuation route for Wharton Hall can be found
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near the elevators in Wharton Hall
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[t/f] A student who is arrested for drunken driving over the summer break does not need to disclose the incident to the UL College of Nursing and Allied Health Professionals or the Louisiana State Board of Nursing.
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F
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Each semester, before students can register for classes, students must
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attend an advising session
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It is the student’s responsibility to refrain from the following on social media sites: Check all that apply:
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-Posting derogatory comments about classmates, faculty, staff, or other individuals that are encountered during their academic experience -Posting of comments that are harassing, threatening, or hostile to faculty, staff, patients, or other students -Using patient’s identifying information (including but not limited to name, initials, hospital name, physician name, diagnosis, dates of admission). -Interacting with patients via social networking sites (i.e., accepting/sending “friend” requests with patients)
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Submitting inappropriate posts on Moodle, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and sending inappropriate emails or voice mails are all examples of
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uncivil behavior
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Please match the bulletin board with its location Freshman: Sophomore: Junior/Senior: ULSNA:
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-across from VLW room 304 -outside of door 210 in VLW -3rd floor hallway VLW -1st Floor VLW across from elevators
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A forum for students to confer with the BSN Coordinator, Department Head, Associate Dean and Dean of the College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions is
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BSN Student Advisory Council

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