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Evaluation #1

1. Advanced nursing foot care in Canada is regulated in most provinces and territories by the VON.

A) True
B) False

2. Discussions with the RNAO and CNA in 2005 towards national guidelines and certification of foot care nurses in Canada failed due to lack of interest.

A) True
B) False

3. The CAFCN/ACIISP is a non-profit organization formed by practicing foot care nurses from across Canada whose mission is to:

A) Form local networks of foot care nurses
B) Advocate for federally funded foot care clinics in developing countries
C) Advance the practice of foot care through a collaboration and networking
D) Raise funds and awareness for wound care research

4. The single most important person in the education process is:

A) The instructor
B) The learner
C) The instructor and learner are equally important
D) The entire class of learners are equally important

5. When considering instructional design, the first step is to:

A) Get to know your teaching environment
B) Ensure all students are registered and have paid their fees
C) Assessment of the learner’s needs
D) Assessment of the instructor’s strengths and weaknesses
E) Order your supplies 3 months ahead of time

6. The 3 determinants of learning are:

A) The needs of the learner, the strengths of the instructor, the inclusiveness of the material
B) The needs of the learner, the motivation of the learner, the literacy level of the learner
C) The needs of the learner, the state of readiness to learn of the learner, the preferred learning styles of the learner
D) The learning style of the learner, the teaching style of the instructor, the support system of the learner

7. A learning need is:

A) The gap between what someone knows and what is true
B) The gap between what someone needs to know and what they want to know
C) The gap between what someone learned in the past and new information
D) The gap between what someone knows and what someone needs and,or wants to know

8. When providing education to a patient, a nurse must discriminate between information that a patient needs to know versus information that is nice for them to know because:

A) They don’t have time to waste talking to patients
B) Clients often Google their own symptoms and get confused
C) Highly technical information merely serves to distract patients from the essential information they need to learn
D) Patients are provided with handouts to take home that will give them all of the supplemental information they need to answer their detailed questions

9. No matter how important the information is, if:

A) The instructor is not motivated, the student will lose interest
B) The learner is not ready, the information will not be absorbed
C) The material is to dry, the instructor will lose interest
D) The patient is not interested, the instructor should back-off

10. Adults are eager to learn when:

A) The subject of teaching is relevant and applicable to their everyday concerns
B) The subject of teaching is non-threatening and applicable to their interests
C) The course objectives are easily obtained and success is rewarded
D) They know the outcome will improve their lifestyle or increase their happiness

11. Which of the following are examples of motivational strategies in an educational setting?

A) Clear communication
B) Environmental manipulation
C) Positive feedback
D) Clarification of directions and expectations
E) All of the above
F) C and D only

12. In light of the changing health care system, a greater emphasis on patient-nurse partnerships is needed because:

A) Patients are discharged more quickly and in poorer health
B) Patients are showing increasing computer literacy, leading to far too-many self-medicated solutions
C) Patients are expected to take increasingly more responsibility for the decisions that affect their own health.
D) Patients and nurses are more often from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds and therefore require more formalized procedures for communicating care instructions