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what is the CRAAP test?

currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, purpose

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library; what is currency related to?

the timeliness of the info

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library; what is relevance related to?

the importance of the info for the need

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library; what is authority related to?

the source of the information

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library; what is accuracy related to?

reliability/correctness/truthfulness

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library; what is purpose related to?

the reason the info exists

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library: what are the 3 forms that database info is displayed?

citation, abstract and full text

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library: what is a peer review articles?

process of evaluation by experts to insure accuracy, well researched, properly represented

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what is personal accountability?

doing what we say we are going to do

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examples of being in victim loop?

deny, ignore, hide, resist, rationalize, ignore

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examples of being in the accountability loop

own, forgive, learn, take action, self examine, recognize

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what are the organizations to nurses in toronto?

CNO, RNAO, CNA, ONA, ICN

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what does CNO stand for?

College of Nursing Onatrio

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what does RNAO stand for?

Registered Nurses Associated of Ontario

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what does CNA stand for?

Canadian Nurses Association

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what does ONA stand for?

Ontario Nurses Association

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what does ICN stand for?

International Council of Nurses

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what are the 5 abilities from UNB program

1. knowledge and its application 2. communication 3. critical thinking/skills of analysis 4. professional identity/ethics 5. social justice/effective citizenship

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why was samuel and chiche personal accountability model created?

to assist ppl to develop and sustain personal accountability

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what is professional accountability?

to accept responsibility, being answerable, account for ones actions

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according to CNA how can a nurse be professional accountable?

1. keep up with professional standards, laws, regulations 2. ensuring you have the skills 3. maintaining fitness; emotional, mental, physical 4. share knowledge and give feedback with other nurses

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what is CNO responsible for?

practice standards and guidelines (competence) - regulatory body

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what is RNAO responsible for?

BEST practice guidelines (knowledge) - professional body

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what is ONA responsible for?

collective agreement (union)

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according to CNO self regulation you must:

1. develop own competence 2. maintain own fitness to practice 3. life long learning

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the nursing scope of practice indicates....

promotion of health, assessment, provision of, care for and treatment of health care by providing support, preventative, therapeutic, palliative, and rehabilitation to reach optimal heath

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what is required by the CNO in holistic assessment?

physical, emotional, social, environmental, cultural, spiritual, cognitive, developmental needs

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what are the physical foundations of nursing?

primary health care, social justice and care

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what is primary health care

providing basic health care services; promotive, prevention, supportive, rehabilitation, curative services - point of entry health care

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what is social justice?

to treat everyone fairly and equally because they are human