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Principles of Pediatric Nursing 6th Ed By Ball

Test Bank For Principles of Pediatric Nursing 6th Ed By Ball

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Principles of Pediatric Nursing 6th Ed By Ball

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Chapter 5

Question 1

Type: MCSA

The nurse is taking a health history from a family of a 3-year-old child. Which statement by the nurse would most likely establish rapport and elicit an accurate response from the family?

1. “Does any member of your family have a history of asthma, heart disease, or diabetes?”

2. “Hello, I would like to talk with you and get some information on you and your child.”

3. “Tell me about the concerns that brought you to the clinic today.”

4. “You will need to fill out these forms; make sure that the information is as complete as possible.”

Correct Answer: 3

Rationale 1: Asking the parents to talk about their concerns is an open-ended question and one which is more likely to establish rapport and an understanding of the parent’s perceptions. Giving the family a list of items to answer at once may be confusing to the parents. Giving an introduction before asking the parents for information is likely to establish rapport, but giving an explanation of why the information would be needed would be even more effective at establishing rapport and also for getting more accurate, pertinent information. Simply asking the parents to fill out forms is very impersonal, and more information is likely to be obtained and clarified if the nurse is directing the interview.

Rationale 2: Asking the parents to talk about their concerns is an open-ended question and one which is more likely to establish rapport and an understanding of the parent’s perceptions. Giving the family a list of items to answer at once may be confusing to the parents. Giving an introduction before asking the parents for information is likely to establish rapport, but giving an explanation of why the information would be needed would be even more effective at establishing rapport and also for getting more accurate, pertinent information. Simply asking the parents to fill out forms is very impersonal, and more information is likely to be obtained and clarified if the nurse is directing the interview.

Rationale 3: Asking the parents to talk about their concerns is an open-ended question and one which is more likely to establish rapport and an understanding of the parent’s perceptions. Giving the family a list of items to answer at once may be confusing to the parents. Giving an introduction before asking the parents for information is likely to establish rapport, but giving an explanation of why the information would be needed would be even more effective at establishing rapport and also for getting more accurate, pertinent information. Simply asking the parents to fill out forms is very impersonal, and more information is likely to be obtained and clarified if the nurse is directing the interview.

Rationale 4: Asking the parents to talk about their concerns is an open-ended question and one which is more likely to establish rapport and an understanding of the parent’s perceptions. Giving the family a list of items to answer at once may be confusing to the parents. Giving an introduction before asking the parents for information is likely to establish rapport, but giving an explanation of why the information would be needed would be even more effective at establishing rapport and also for getting more accurate, pertinent information. Simply asking the parents to fill out forms is very impersonal, and more information is likely to be obtained and clarified if the nurse is directing the interview.

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