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DV AND IPV

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2

A patient has a nursing diagnosis of rape trauma syndrome related to sibling abuse. Related nursing interventions include which of the following? Select all that apply.

Select all that apply:
A
Staying with the patient
B
Acknowledging the emotions experienced during stressful times
C
Warning the patient in advance before touching her
D
Establishing rapport with families
E
Observing for signs of physical injury
F
Encouraging members to list their strengths

A C E

3

A 34-year-old woman is being assessed for IPV. She acts as if the abuse she has suffered is normal. What could be a reason for her actions?

Choose one of the following
A
She does not understand what constitutes violence
B
She has a history of violence in her family
C
She knows if she says anything she will be abused again
D
She does not want to get into trouble

B

4

Many factors put older adults at risk for abuse. What are some of these factors? Select all that apply.

Select all that apply:
A
Financial issues
B
Decline in physical health of caregivers
C
Strained mental health of caregivers
D
Dependency
E
Cognitive decline

A B C D E

5

The term family violence is often interchanged with what other terms? Select all that apply.

Select all that apply:
A
Female violence against men
B
Intimate partner violence
C
Household violence
D
Domestic violence
E
Armed violence
F
Male violence against women

B D F

6

A young woman was beaten by her boyfriend. She is very frightened but seems to want to explain what happened. The nurse assessing her listens to the patient's story without interrupting. While the patient talks, the nurse collects data and listens for aspects that may need clarification. What approach is the nurse using in this case?

Choose one of the following
A
Narrative approach
B
Subjective approach
C
Objective approach
D
Poetic approach

A

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Rationale
In the narrative approach, a patient of any age tells his or her story, whether it involves abdominal pain, sore throat, headache, or experiences of bullying or other violence. As the patient provides the account, the nurse collects data and listens for aspects of the story that need clarification, elaboration, or both. The other options are incorrect.
A)true
B)false

A

8

When compared with pregnant women who have not experienced IPV, pregnant women who have experienced IPV are at increased risk for what?

Choose one of the following
A
Low–birth-weight infants
B
All of the choices
C
Late prenatal care
D
Risk for alcohol, tobacco, and street drug use

B

9

To put aside personal feelings when asking about abuse or violence, nurses must remember that they are in professional, therapeutic relationships with patients and that this sometimes requires questions about human violence.

Choose one of the following
A
True
B
False

A

10

increased bruising and bleeding in the elderly may be related to which of the following
A)ingestion of NSAID
B)flase

A

11

Violence has many effects on the mental health of patients. Some mental health problems that may be related to violent experiences include which of the following? Select all that apply.

Select all that apply:
A
Schizophrenia
B
Depression
C
Relationship and marital problems
D
Bipolar disorder
E
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
F
Acting out violently

B C E F

12

When working with victims of abuse, there are many ways the nurse plays the part of a patient advocate. What can the nurse do to be a patient advocate? Select all that apply.

Select all that apply:
A
Help the patient plan for future safety
B
Respect patient confidentiality
C
Respect the patient's autonomy
D
Acknowledge injustice

A B C D

13

What are some basic rules for nurses to follow when assessing for violence? Select all that apply.

Select all that apply:
A
Be very patient when the patient talks
B
Demonstrate compassion, not judgment
C
Perform assessment and screening only when the patient is alone in a safe, private environment
D
Make sure a family member is present
E
Ask only specific questions

A B C

14

Child statement is the best way to document history or physical finding of an injury
A)true
B)false

A