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Cultural Diversity In Health And Illness 9th Edition By Spector-Test Bank

Cultural Diversity in Health and Illness, 9e (Spector)

Chapter 2   Cultural Heritage and History

 

1) What aspects of a patients culture will the health care provider keep in mind when providing care? Select all that apply:

  1. Parts of a persons culture are under conscious control.
  2. It is an extension of biological capabilities.
  3. It is the medium of social relationships.
  4. It identifies food preferences.
  5. It explains folklore and music.

Answer:  1, 2, 3

Explanation:  1. One characteristic of culture is that only part of culture is conscious.

  1. One characteristic of culture is that it can be likened to a prosthetic device because it is an extension of biological capabilities.
  2. One characteristic of culture is that it is the medium of social relationships.
  3. Identification of food preferences is a characteristic of ethnicity.
  4. Folklore and music preferences are characteristics of ethnicity.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Health Promotion and Maintenance

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO01 Explain the links on the HERITAGECHAIN that contribute to heritage consistency culture, ethnicity, and religion.

 

2) A patient tells the healthcare provider that a foot injury occurred while participating in Oktoberfest as a dancer. The patient is explaining which aspect of heritage consistency?

  1. Culture
  2. Ethnicity
  3. Religion
  4. Assimilation

Answer:  2

Explanation:  1. Culture is a complex whole in which each part is related to every other part. The patients participation in Oktoberfest may or may not be an expression of the patients culture.

  1. Ethnicity is indicative of specific characteristics, including music and food preferences.
  2. Religion is the belief in a divine or superhuman power that is obeyed and worshipped as a ruler of the universe and contributes to the development of ethnicity. However, the patients participation in Oktoberfest may or may not be an expression of the patients religion.
  3. Assimilation is the process by which an individual develops a new cultural identity. The patients participation in Oktoberfest is not an example of assimilation.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO01 Explain the links on the HERITAGECHAIN that contribute to heritage consistency culture, ethnicity, and religion.

 

3) While conducting a health history, a patient demonstrates characteristics of ethnocentrism. What behaviors did the nurse observe in the patient? Select all that apply:

  1. Superiority with ethnic group
  2. Concern with race
  3. Fear of strangers
  4. Morbid fear of strangers
  5. Ethnic pride

Answer:  1, 2, 5

Explanation:  1. One characteristic of ethnocentrism is the belief that ones own ethnic group is superior.

  1. One characteristic of ethnocentrism is an overriding concern with race.
  2. A fear of strangers is a characteristic of a xenophobe.
  3. A morbid fear of strangers is a characteristic of xenophobia.
  4. Ethnic pride is a characteristic of ethnicity.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO01 Explain the links on the HERITAGECHAIN that contribute to heritage consistency culture, ethnicity, and religion.

 

4) A patient tells the nurse that a health problem is common among people of the patients ethnic background. What other characteristics would the nurse assess as contributing to this patients ethnicity? Select all that apply:

  1. Food preferences
  2. Employment patterns
  3. Special interest in the homeland
  4. Divine intervention
  5. Thoughts of hope and optimism

Answer:  1, 2, 3

Explanation:  1. A characteristic of ethnicity is food preferences.

  1. A characteristic of ethnicity is employment patterns.
  2. A special interest in the homeland is a characteristic of ethnicity.
  3. Divine intervention is a characteristic of religion.
  4. Thoughts of hope and optimism are characteristics of religion.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO01 Explain the links on the HERITAGECHAIN that contribute to heritage consistency culture, ethnicity, and religion.

 

5) A patient tells the nurse that it is important for him or her to be discharged soon, because it is expected that the familys needs be met. Which aspect of heritage consistency is this patient demonstrating?

  1. Culture
  2. Ethnicity
  3. Religion
  4. Acculturation

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Culture is the sum of the beliefs, practices, habits, likes, dislikes, norms, customs, and rituals that we learn from our families during the years of socialization.

  1. Ethnicity is the condition of belonging to a particular ethnic group who share a common and distinctive racial, national, religious, linguistic, or cultural heritage.
  2. Religion is the belief in a divine power, and a system of beliefs, practices, and ethical values.
  3. Acculturation is changing ones cultural patterns to those of the host society.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO01 Explain the links on the HERITAGECHAIN that contribute to heritage consistency culture, ethnicity, and religion.

 

6) A newly admitted patient places a picture of a saint on the bedside table. What aspects of religion will the nurse take into consideration when caring for this patient? Select all that apply:

  1. Religion often determines ethnic group.
  2. Religion is a domain of life that deals with things of the spirit.
  3. Illness is sometimes seen as punishment.
  4. Religion guides ethical values.
  5. Religion dictates the structure of the family.

Answer:  1, 2, 3, 4

Explanation:  1. Ethnicity and religion are clearly related, and ones religion often determines ones ethnic group.

  1. Religion can be conceptualized as being a domain of life that deals with things of the spirit.
  2. Within religion, illness is sometimes seen as a punishment for the violation of religious codes and morals.
  3. Religion is a system of beliefs, practices, and ethical values.
  4. The family structure is a characteristic of heritage consistency, not religion.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO01 Explain the links on the HERITAGECHAIN that contribute to heritage consistency culture, ethnicity, and religion.

 

7) A patients parish priest arrives to the care area to visit the patient and provide communion. What impact does the priests visit have on the patients health?

  1. Reinforce assimilation
  2. Reinforces distinctiveness
  3. Reinforces acculturation
  4. Offers support and provides positive expectation

Answer:  4

Explanation:  1. Assimilation means becoming like the members of the dominant culture.

  1. Reinforcement of distinctiveness is a characteristic of ethnicity.
  2. Acculturation is changing ones cultural patterns to those of the host society.
  3. Religious affiliation benefits health by offering support and provides thoughts of hope, optimism, and positive expectation.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO01 Explain the links on the HERITAGECHAIN that contribute to heritage consistency culture, ethnicity, and religion.

 

8) An older patient tells the nurse about being born in a different country and having visited the home country many times throughout the years. The nurse realizes that the patient is explaining which aspect of culture?

  1. Socialization
  2. Religious preference
  3. Heritage consistency
  4. Acculturation

Answer:  3

Explanation:  1. Socialization is the process of being raised within a culture and acquiring the characteristics of that group.

  1. Visiting a home country is not a characteristic of religious preference. Religion is the belief in a divine power as the creator of the universe, and provides a system of beliefs, practices, and ethical values.
  2. One aspect of heritage consistency is frequent visits to a persons country of origin.
  3. Acculturation is the process of adapting to or becoming absorbed into a dominant culture.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO01 Explain the links on the HERITAGECHAIN that contribute to heritage consistency culture, ethnicity, and religion.

 

9) While collecting demographics, the nurse learns an American patient is married to an immigrant from another country. What does this patients marriage exemplify?

  1. Assimilation
  2. Socialization
  3. Acculturation
  4. Ethnicity

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Marital assimilation occurs when members of one group intermarry with members of another group.

  1. Socialization is the process of being raised within a culture and acquiring the characteristics of that group.
  2. Acculturation is changing ones cultural patterns to those of the host society.
  3. Ethnicity is a group of people who share a common and distinctive racial, national, religious, linguistic, or cultural heritage.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Health Promotion and Maintenance

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Explain the links related to acculturation themes.

 

10) A group of nurses talking are overheard using jargon that is consistent with the nursing profession. Which behavior are the nurses demonstrating?

  1. Acculturation
  2. Ethnicity
  3. Socialization
  4. Heritage consistency

Answer:  3

Explanation:  1. Acculturation is involuntary, where a non-dominant member of a culture adapts to the new culture in order to survive.

  1. Ethnicity refers to belonging to a particular ethnic group of origin.
  2. Socialization is the process of being raised in a culture and acquiring characteristics of that group. Education is a form of socialization.
  3. Heritage consistency addresses the degree to which ones lifestyle reflects a respective tribal culture.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Explain the links related to acculturation themes.

 

11) The nurse determines a patient is in the process of acculturation. What did the nurse assess in this patient?

  1. Americanization of the patients name
  2. Engaging in activities with members of the familys preferred social group
  3. Speaking the familys native language
  4. Living away from the family of origin

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Assuming an Americanized name rather than being called by a given ethnic name is an example of acculturation, which includes assimilating characteristics of the dominant culture such as a name, rather than being identified as a member of a non-dominant culture.

  1. Engaging in activities with the members of the familys preferred social group is a component of heritage consistency.
  2. Speaking the family native language relates to heritage consistency.
  3. Living away from the family of origin does not necessarily represent a change in culture.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Explain the links related to acculturation themes.

 

12) A patient born in a European country speaks excellent American English. The nurse realizes this patient has achieved which type of assimilation?

  1. Cultural
  2. Marital
  3. Primary structural
  4. Secondary structural

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. One example of cultural assimilation is the ability to speak excellent American English.

  1. Marital assimilation occurs when members of one group intermarry with members of another group.
  2. Structural assimilation occurs when relationships between people are warm and personal. This assimilation is seen in the home, church, and social groups.
  3. Secondary structural assimilation is the nondiscriminatory sharing between groups in settings such as schools and workplaces.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Explain the links related to acculturation themes.

 

13) The nurse is planning care for an older patient. What will the nurse take into consideration to reduce generational conflict? Select all that apply:

  1. Events that occurred when the patient was between 10 and 19 years of age
  2. Ethnocultural status of the nurse
  3. Age of the nurse
  4. Life trajectory
  5. Religion

Answer:  1, 2, 3, 4

Explanation:  1. Factors that imprint our lives are the characters and events that we interacted with between 10 years and 19 years of age. The cycle of our lives is an ethnocultural journey, and many aspects of this journey are derived from the social, religious, and cultural context in which we grew up.

  1. Generational conflict can occur between healthcare providers and patients from different cultures.
  2. Generational conflict can occur between healthcare providers and patients of different ages.
  3. Patients who are immigrants may have experienced different life trajectories than those of the same age and the caregivers.
  4. Religion is not viewed as a variable that will specifically affect generational conflict.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Discuss and give examples of cultural conflicts.

 

14) A seminal event in the silent generation that can still elicit comments today is the question:

  1. Where were you when John F. Kennedy was shot?
  2. Do you remember Pearl Harbor?
  3. What were you doing on September 11, 2001?
  4. How did the Challenger tragedy affect you?

Answer:  2

Explanation:  1. The Boomer generation was at high school and elementary school age when Kennedy was assassinated. This event in their history was followed by a time of social upheaval.

  1. Pearl Harbor was the event heralding the U.S. involvement in World War II. The generations that remember it are in their 70s and older, the Silent Generation.
  2. 9/11 was a pivotal event in many peoples lives, and not restricted to one generation.
  3. The explosion of the Challenger space shuttle is a seminal event in the lives of Generation X, as it occurred in 1986.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Discuss and give examples of cultural conflicts.

 

15) The staff development instructor is planning a seminar that focuses on the variables leading to generational conflict. What will the instructor include in this content? Select all that apply:

  1. Decade of birth
  2. Generation in the United States
  3. Class
  4. Language
  5. Socialization

Answer:  1, 2, 3, 4

Explanation:  1. Peoples life experiences vary and depend upon the events of the decades in which they were born and the cultural values and norms of those times.

  1. Worldviews differ between the immigrant generation and subsequent generations who have resided in the United States for many years.
  2. Social class includes education, economics, and background. There are differences among people predicated on class.
  3. There are conflicts between those with limited English-speaking skills, and those who do not understand English with those who provide care for English speakers.
  4. Socialization is not a variable that contributes to generational conflict.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Discuss and give examples of cultural conflicts.

 

16) A healthcare provider comments that a patient is too old to take care of herself and needs to let a man make decisions for her. The nurse recognizes this healthcare provider is demonstrating which misanthropic feelings? Select all that apply:

  1. Ageism
  2. Sexism
  3. Racism
  4. Heterosexism
  5. Ethnocentrism

Answer:  1, 2

Explanation:  1. This is the belief that members of one age group are superior to those of other ages.

  1. This is the belief that members of one gender are superior to the other gender.
  2. This is the belief that members of one race are superior to those of other races.
  3. This is the belief that everyone should be heterosexual.
  4. This is the belief that ones own cultural group is superior to that of others.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Discuss and give examples of cultural conflicts.

 

17) The nurse manager has several staff members from Generation X born between 1965 and 1980. Which workplace ethic will these staff members most likely demonstrate when providing patient care? Select all that apply:

  1. Work scheduled to fit their lifestyle
  2. Must have a mission
  3. Loyal to ones skills in the marketplace
  4. Employer loyalty
  5. Seeking maximum financial gain.

Answer:  2, 3

Explanation:  1. Those in Generation X look at accommodating their lifestyle as a dominant factor in their work ethic.

  1. Those in Generation X look at having a mission as a dominant factor in their work ethic.
  2. Loyalty to ones marketplace skills is a characteristic of those in Generation X.
  3. Employer loyalty was a work ethic characteristic of the Silent Generation, born between 1928 and 1945.
  4. Seeking maximum financial gain is a characteristic of the Boomer generation born between 1946 and 1964.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Discuss and give examples of cultural conflicts.

 

18) Which characteristic exemplifies ethnocentrism in nursing?

  1. Ambivalence to health concerns of groups beyond their dominant social group
  2. Caring for members of their own ethnic group
  3. Seeing nursing as the only method to address health concerns.
  4. Willingness to acknowledge other methods beyond nursing to address health concerns

Answer:  3

Explanation:  1. Ambivalence to health concerns beyond their dominant social group is indifference and can be a form of discrimination.

  1. Willingness to care only for the members of their own ethnic group can be a form of racism.
  2. Ethnocentrism is a belief that ones own cultural, ethnic, or professional group is superior to that of others. Nurses who view nursing as the only method of addressing health concerns exhibit ethnocentrism.
  3. Being willing to acknowledge other methods to address health concerns is an aspect of cultural acceptance.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Discuss and give examples of cultural conflicts.

 

19) A patient from a different culture tells the nurse about eating specific foods during pregnancy and after childbirth to ensure a healthy mother and infant. Which cultural phenomena does this behavior exemplify?

  1. Social organization
  2. Environmental control
  3. Time orientation
  4. Biological variation

Answer:  2

Explanation:  1. Social organization is the social environment where people grow up and live. While certain foods may be characteristic of specific social organizations, it is not a practice that is dependent on cultural expectations for health.

  1. Environmental control is the ability of members of a particular cultural group to plan activities that control nature or direct environmental factors. Included in this concept are the complex systems of traditional health and illness beliefs, the practice of folk medicine, and the use of traditional healers.
  2. Time orientation refers to how time is viewed by a cultural group, whether it is oriented toward the present, past, or future. Specific food consumption is not affected by time orientation.
  3. Biological variations are the physical and genetic ways that cultural groups may differ from one another. Consumption of specific foods is not a biological variation.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Explain the factors involved in the cultural phenomena affecting health and healthcare.

 

20) Why does the nurse stop and think before implementing touch when providing care to a patient from a different culture?

  1. Touch influences the patients personal space\.
  2. Touch influences environmental control.
  3. Touch impacts time orientation.
  4. Touch alters social organization.

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Personal space is influenced by culture and must be understood by nurses when utilizing touch to convey concern. If not used appropriately, touch can give offense to the patient.

  1. Environmental control addresses activities controlling nature or directing environmental factors.
  2. Time orientation is not affected by the use of touch.
  3. Social organization refers to the family unit and the social group organizations with which patients and family may identify. Touch does not impact this aspect of culture.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Explain the factors involved in the cultural phenomena affecting health and healthcare.

 

21) The healthcare team is having difficulty communicating with a patient from a non-English-speaking culture. An interpreter has not yet been located. Which behaviors might the patient demonstrate because of this communication issue? Select all that apply:

  1. Withdrawing
  2. Hostility
  3. Belligerence
  4. Uncooperativeness
  5. Silence

Answer:  1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Explanation:  1. Communication differences present themselves in many ways, including nonverbal behaviors.

  1. Communication differences present themselves in many ways, including nonverbal behaviors.
  2. Communication differences present themselves in many ways, including verbal behaviors and silence.
  3. Communication differences present themselves in many ways, including verbal behaviors.
  4. Communication differences present themselves in many ways, including verbal and nonverbal behaviors and silence.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Explain the factors involved in the cultural phenomena affecting health and healthcare.

 

22) Which action would the home care nurse take to demonstrate a respect of time?

  1. Showing up when able at the patients home without informing the patient first
  2. Informing the patient of the approximate time the visit will be made
  3. Bringing a gift to the patients home on the initial visit
  4. Giving a general idea of when the visit will be made

Answer:  2

Explanation:  1. Showing up to a patients home without prior notification can endanger the patient relationship, as it does not show respect for the patient.

  1. Informing the patient of the approximate time the visit will be made will let him or her know when the visit will occur.
  2. Bringing a gift to the patients home on the initial visit is not appropriate, because it indicates that the home health visit is more of a social visit than a professional visit.
  3. Giving a general idea of when the visit will be made does not allow the patient to plan other activities that may be important.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Explain the factors involved in the cultural phenomena affecting health and healthcare.

 

23) Prior to caring for a Native American patient, the nurse reviews the diseases that are more prevalent in this culture. What is the nurse taking into consideration when caring for this patient?

  1. Social organization pattern
  2. Environmental control
  3. Biological variation
  4. Component of heritage consistency

Answer:  3

Explanation:  1. Social organization has no effect on a biological variation for disease or illness.

  1. Environmental control is the ability of members of a particular cultural group to plan activities that control nature or direct environmental factors.
  2. The ways in which people from one cultural group differ biologically from members of other cultural groups constitute their biological variation.
  3. Heritage consistency addresses a lifestyle reflective of a tribal culture, but is not a biological impact on disease or illness.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Physiological Integrity

Patient Need Sub:  Physiological Adaptation

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Explain the factors involved in the cultural phenomena affecting health and healthcare.

 

24) A patient living in the United States for ten years is distressed about not fitting in with American society. What aspects of acculturation will the nurse discuss with this patient? Select all that apply:

  1. Socialization
  2. Acculturation
  3. Assimilation
  4. Ethnicity
  5. Heritage consistency

Answer:  1, 2, 3

Explanation:  1. Socialization is one facet to the process of overall acculturation. Socialization is the process of being raised within a culture and acquiring the characteristics of that group.

  1. Acculturation is changing ones cultural patterns to those of the host society. In the United States, the usual course of acculturation takes three generations.
  2. Assimilation means to become like the members of the dominant culture in all ways possible. The underlying assumption is that a person from a given cultural group loses their cultural identity to acquire the new one.
  3. Ethnicity is identifying with a particular racial, national, or cultural group and observing that groups customs, beliefs, and language.
  4. Heritage consistency is maintaining aspects of an individual culture in order to preserve the tribal culture. This concept does not support acculturation.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Explain the links related to acculturation themes.

 

25) A patient from a non-English-speaking culture explains how he has to behave differently at work than he does at home. What does the nurse realize this patient is describing?

  1. Biculturalism
  2. Cultural assimilation
  3. Primary structural assimilation
  4. Secondary structural assimilation

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Biculturalism is a dual pattern of identification, and is often thought of as dividing loyalty.

  1. Cultural assimilation is exemplified by the ability to speak excellent English.
  2. Primary structural assimilation is exemplified by warm personal interactions between group members in the home or church.
  3. Secondary structural assimilation is exemplified by cold impersonal relationships between groups associated with schools or workplaces.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Explain the links related to acculturation themes.

 

26) A patient from a non-English-speaking culture tells the nurse about spending time with friends in American clubs and shopping for clothes on the weekends. The nurse realizes this patient is experiencing which type of assimilation?

  1. Marital
  2. Cultural
  3. Primary
  4. Secondary

Answer:  2

Explanation:  1. Marital assimilation is that which occurs when members of one group intermarry with members of another group.

  1. Cultural assimilation is taking on the characteristics and customs of the dominant culture.
  2. Primary structural assimilation is when relationships between people are warm and personal.
  3. Secondary structure assimilation is when relationships between people are cold and impersonal.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Explain the links related to acculturation themes.

 

27) The nurse is not happy to learn that a newly admitted patient is from the same culture as a previous patient who had created much turmoil on the care area. What behavior is this nurse prone to demonstrate?

  1. Prejudice
  2. Discrimination
  3. Ethnocentrism
  4. Racism

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Prejudice occurs when the person making the judgment generalizes an experience of one individual from a culture to all members of that group.

  1. Discrimination occurs when a person acts on prejudice and denies another person one or more of his or her fundamental rights.
  2. This is the belief that ones own culture is superior to that of others.
  3. Racism is the belief that members of one race are superior to those of other races.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Determine and discuss sociocultural events that may influence the life trajectory of a given person.

 

28) The nurse learns a member of the healthcare team from a different country does not know the names of the actors who are starring in a blockbuster movie. What assumption can be made about this assessment finding?

  1. The person is heritage consistent.
  2. The person cannot read.
  3. The person is hard of hearing.
  4. The person does not have a high school education.

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. People who are heritage consistent tend to be less caught up in the secular fads of the time and popular sociocultural events.

  1. There is not enough information to determine the literacy of this person.
  2. There is not enough information to determine if the person is hard of hearing.
  3. There is not enough information to determine the education level of the person.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Discuss and give examples of cultural conflicts.

 

29) The nurse notices a patient from a different culture will not make eye contact during the assessment process. What does the lack of eye contact indicate to the nurse?

  1. Belief in a cultural taboo
  2. Friendliness
  3. Lying
  4. Fear

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Avoiding eye contact may be a cultural taboo.

  1. Smiling may indicate friendliness.
  2. There is no information to support that the patient may be lying.
  3. Avoiding eye contact may be a sign of respect. There is no information to support that the patient is experiencing fear.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Explain the factors involved in the cultural phenomena affecting health and healthcare.

 

30) While seeing a patient from a different culture in the home, the nurse notes that family members are not eating foods from one food group. The patient states this is because abstinence from the food item must occur for 40 days. What cultural phenomena did the nurse witness in this patients home?

  1. Biological variation
  2. Environmental control
  3. Social organization
  4. Communication

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Certain foods may be forbidden due to some food customs.

  1. Environmental control focuses on health practices and remedies.
  2. Social organization focuses on special events, births, weddings, and funerals.
  3. Communication focuses on greetings, gestures, smiling, and eye contact.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Explain the factors involved in the cultural phenomena affecting health and healthcare.

Cultural Diversity in Health and Illness, 9e (Spector)

Chapter 6   HEALING Traditions

 

1) The nurse is reading about ancient forms of HEALING. Which method focuses on removing evil from the body?

  1. Casting blame on another person in the community
  2. Drinking special herbal mixtures
  3. Eating special foods
  4. Punishing the person who had the sickness

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Looking for a causative agent for sickness beyond internal reasons could lead to the blame being placed on another person in the community, especially if they were perceived to be different from others.

  1. Drinking herbal mixtures to remove the illness-causing evil was not a routine event.
  2. Eating special foods was not a consideration for treating illness in an attempt to remove its evil.
  3. Punishing the person who had the sickness was not a method to rid the person of the illness-causing evil.

Cognitive Level:  Remembering

Patient Need:  Physiological Integrity

Patient Need Sub:  Physiological Adaptation

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO01 Identify practices that were part of ancient forms of HEALING.

 

2) Why would the nurse assess a patients religion when completing the health history process?

  1. Religion plays a role in the perception of HEALTH and ILLNESS.
  2. Religion helps explain recreational habits.
  3. Religion provides information about the patients geographic location.
  4. Religion explains nutritional preferences.

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Religion strongly affects the way people interpret and respond to the signs and symptoms of illness.

  1. Religion does not provide information about the patients recreational habits.
  2. Religion does not provide information about the patients geographic location.
  3. Religion does not explain nutritional preferences.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Distinguish the relationship between faith traditions and HEALING.

 

3) A patient with a severe illness is reading the Bible. Which section of the Bible would help the patient with HEALING illnesses and suffering?

  1. New Testament
  2. Genesis
  3. Old Testament.
  4. Leviticus

Answer:  1, 3

Explanation:  1. The New Testament focuses on HEALING.

  1. Genesis is a part of the Old Testament, which does not focus on HEALING to the extent of the New Testament.
  2. The Old Testament addresses HEALING in the form of God having the power of life and death.
  3. Leviticus is a part of the Old Testament, which does not focus on HEALING to the extent of the New Testament.

Cognitive Level:  Understanding

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Distinguish the relationship between faith traditions and HEALING.

 

4) The nurse is determining how a patient is going to respond to prescribed medical treatment for an illness. What factors will influence the patients response? Select all that apply.

  1. Religion
  2. Ethnicity
  3. Culture
  4. Family structure

Answer:  1, 2, 3, 4

Explanation:  1. Religion is woven into the fabric of each persons response to treatment and HEALING.

  1. Ethnicity is woven into the fabric of each persons response to treatment and HEALING.
  2. Culture is woven into the fabric of each persons response to treatment and HEALING.
  3. Family structure is considered a factor that influences a persons response to treatment and healing.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Distinguish the relationship between faith traditions and HEALING.

 

5) Which action would the nurse take when assessing the impact of religion, culture, and ethnicity on a patients illness?

  1. Recognize religious preferences may differ between members of an ethnic group.
  2. Recognize all members of an ethnic group will follow the same dietary practices.
  3. Recognize certain ethnic groups practice the same religion.
  4. Recognize certain ethnic groups always practice the same cultural rituals.

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. While many members of an ethnic group may practice the same religion, it is not appropriate to assume that all of them do. This is stereotyping.

  1. Not all members of an ethnic group will follow the same dietary practices.
  2. Not all members of the same ethnic groups have the same religious affiliation.
  3. Cultural rituals can vary within an ethnic group.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO02 Distinguish the relationship between faith traditions and HEALING.

 

6) A female patient tells the nurse that she prayed to one saint to become pregnant, and now that she is, she is going to pray to a different saint to help her through the pregnancy. To which saint is this patient praying? Select all that apply.

  1. St. Anthony of Padua
  2. St. Raymond Nonnatus
  3. St. Lucy
  4. St. John of God

Answer:  1, 2

Explanation:  1. St. Anthony of Padua is prayed to for the problem of barrenness.

  1. St. Raymond Nonnatus is prayed to while pregnant.
  2. St. Lucy is prayed to for eye disease.
  3. St. John of God is prayed to for heart disease.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Identify selected saints related to HEALTH problems.

 

 

7) The nurse overhears a patient ask a family member to bring the Lourdes water to the hospital. The nurse recalls this water is believed to cure which health problem?

  1. Bodily ills
  2. Blindness
  3. Mental Illness
  4. Cancer

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. The presence of Lourdes water in the home is for use when a person is experiencing bodily ills.

  1. St. Odilia is the patron saint for blindness.
  2. St. Dymphna is the patron saint for those who are mentally ill.
  3. St. Peregrine is considered the patron saint for cancer.

Cognitive Level:  Remembering

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Identify selected saints related to HEALTH problems.

8) The family member of a patient with bipolar disorder is sitting quietly in the waiting room praying. To which saint would the family member most likely be praying for help with mental illness?

  1. St. Dymphna
  2. St. Odilia
  3. St. Lucy
  4. St. Peregrine

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. St. Dymphna is the patron saint for those with mental illness.

  1. St. Odilia is the patron saint for blindness
  2. St. Lucy is the patron saint for those with eye diseases.
  3. St. Peregrine is the patron saint for those with cancer.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Identify selected saints related to HEALTH problems.

 

 

9) The family of a blind patient is sitting in the waiting room with their parish priest praying for the patient to have their sight restored. To which saint is the family most likely addressing their prayers?

  1. St. Dymphna
  2. St. Odilia
  3. St. Lucy
  4. St. Peregrine

Answer:  2

Explanation:  1. St. Dymphna is the patron saint for those with mental illness.

  1. St. Odilia is the patron saint for blindness
  2. St. Lucy is the patron saint for those with eye diseases.
  3. St. Peregrine is the patron saint for those with cancer.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Identify selected saints related to HEALTH problems.

 

10) A family member tells a patient with terminal cancer not to worry since special prayers have been said in church. To which saint is prayed for help with cancer?

  1. St. Dymphna
  2. St. Odilia
  3. St. Lucy
  4. St. Peregrine

Answer:  4

Explanation:  1. St. Dymphna is the patron saint for those with mental illness.

  1. St. Odilia is the patron saint for those who are blind.
  2. St. Lucy is the patron saint for those with eye diseases.
  3. St. Peregrine is the patron saint of those with cancer.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO03 Identify selected saints related to HEALTH problems.

 

11) A Jewish patient with a progressive neurological disease wants to visit a shrine in the United States to offer prayers for HEALING. Which shrine would be available for the patient to visit? Select all that apply.

  1. The Tomb of Menachem Mendel Schneerson
  2. Shrine of Our Lady of San Juan
  3. Shrine of our Lord of Esquipulas
  4. The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. The Tomb of Menachem Mendel Schneerson in New York is a holy shrine where Jewish people from around the world gather to leave petitions and seek HEALING.

  1. The Shrine of Our Lady of San Juan in Texas houses a statue of the Virgin, who is responsible for causing a miracle. Pilgrims arrive daily to ask for HEALING.
  2. The Shrine of our Lord of Esquipulas in New Mexico has reported countless instances of HEALING.
  3. The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows in Illinois is a site for people to pray for HEALING and hope.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Discuss the various destinations and purposes of popular piety and spiritual journeys.

 

12) A patient tells the nurse about visiting a number of shrines over the years and has found the experiences valuable for HEALTH. What are the common characteristics of shrines? Select all that apply.

  1. Feeling of peacefulness and serenity to the visitor
  2. Calm, soothing atmosphere
  3. Place where petitions are left for HEALING
  4. Expression of religious beliefs

Answer:  1, 2, 3, 4

Explanation:  1. A characteristic that shrines have in common is a feeling of peacefulness and serenity to the visitor.

  1. A characteristic that shrines have in common is a calm, soothing atmosphere.
  2. A characteristic that shrines have in common is they are places where petitions are left for HEALING.
  3. Shrines are usually considered a place where religious beliefs are expressed.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Discuss the various destinations and purposes of popular piety and spiritual journeys.

 

13) A patient with muscular dystrophy is planning a trip to Lourdes, France, the site of a revered Roman Catholic shrine. What is the significance of visiting this shrine?

  1. The hope for receiving a cure through a miracle
  2. The hope being able to live a long life
  3. Becoming more prosperous
  4. Gaining insight about the cause of disease

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Many ill people make a pilgrimage to Lourdes to ask intercession for a cure for their illness.

  1. Lourdes is associated with illness and the cures obtained from Our Lady of Lourdes.
  2. Prosperity is not associated with the Lourdes shrines reputation.
  3. Gaining insight about the cause of disease is not associated with the reputation of the shrine at Lourdes.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Evaluation

Learning Outcome:  LO04 Discuss the various destinations and purposes of popular piety and spiritual journeys.

 

14) A patient is interested in learning more about HEALING. What types of HEALING would the nurse suggest the patient focus this study? Select all that apply.

  1. Spiritual
  2. Inner
  3. Physical
  4. Deliverance

Answer:  1, 2, 3

Explanation:  1. Spiritual HEALING occurs when a person is experiencing an ILLNESS of the spirit.

  1. Inner HEALING is used when a person is suffering from an emotional or mental illness.
  2. Physical HEALING is used when a person is suffering from a disease, or has been in an accident that has caused some form of bodily damage.
  3. Deliverance is used when the body and mind are victims of evil from the outside world. Evil is exorcised from the body.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO05 Discuss the relationship of HEALING to todays health/HEALTH beliefs and practices.

 

15) What would be alternative treatment modalities used during an illness?

  1. Consultation of a HEALER outside the medical establishment
  2. Willingness to seek a second medical opinion
  3. Refusal to allow any medical treatment to be performed
  4. Strict adherence to the prescribed medical regimen

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Alternative treatment modalities may include the consultation of a HEALER outside of the medical establishment.

  1. Seeking a second medical opinion is not an alternative treatment.
  2. Refusing to allow any medical treatment is not an alternative treatment.
  3. Strict adherence to the prescribed medical regiment is not an alternative treatment.

Cognitive Level:  Understanding

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO05 Discuss the relationship of HEALING to todays health/HEALTH beliefs and practices.

 

16) An adolescent patient is having a moral conflict because an abortion is desired, but it is against the patients religion. Which religions forbid or restrict abortions? Select all that apply.

  1. Roman Catholicism
  2. Christian Science
  3. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  4. Unitarian Church

Answer:  1, 2, 3

Explanation:  1. Abortion is prohibited in Roman Catholicism.

  1. Abortion is incompatible with the faith of Christian Science.
  2. Abortion is forbidden in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
  3. Abortion is acceptable as a therapeutic option or on demand within the Unitarian Church.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Assessment

Learning Outcome:  LO05 Discuss the relationship of HEALING to todays health/HEALTH beliefs and practices.

 

 

17) A patient adheres to the teachings of Islam. What dietary practice is followed?

  1. Follow a vegetarian diet.
  2. Pork is prohibited.
  3. Fasting once a month
  4. Abstinence from alcohol

Answer:  2

Explanation:  1. Seventh-day Adventists are encouraged to follow a vegetarian diet.

  1. Pork is prohibited in Islam.
  2. Fasting is a practice within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
  3. Christian Scientists are encouraged to abstain from alcohol, coffee, and tea.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Health Promotion and Maintenance

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO05 Discuss the relationship of HEALING to todays health/HEALTH beliefs and practices.

18) A patient tells the nurse she is pregnant and unable to attend the funeral of her grandfather because of her religious heritage.

  1. She is a Jehovahs Witness
  2. She is a Roman Catholic
  3. She is a Hindu.
  4. She is a Buddhist.

Answer:  4

Explanation:  1. Jehovahs Witnesses allow adherents to attend the funeral of a loved one.

  1. Roman Catholics permit adherents to attend the funeral of a loved one.
  2. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has no restrictions regarding the attendance of the funeral of a loved one.
  3. Buddhists may not allow a pregnant woman to attend a funeral.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Physiological Integrity

Patient Need Sub:  Basic Care and Comfort

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO05 Discuss the relationship of HEALING to todays health/HEALTH beliefs and practices.

 

 

19) A patient follows the teachings of Christian Science and will not take any medications, but for which health problem will medications be used by members of this religion?

  1. Immunizations to comply with civil law
  2. Chemotherapy to treat cancer
  3. Antibiotics
  4. Narcotics for pain relief

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Christian Science does not allow the use of medications in treating disease or illness, but will allow immunizations and vaccines to comply with civil law.

  1. Chemotherapy to treat cancer is not allowed.
  2. Antibiotics are not allowed.
  3. Narcotics for pain relief are not allowed.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Health Promotion and Maintenance

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO05 Discuss the relationship of HEALING to todays health/HEALTH beliefs and practices.

20) A patient tells the nurse she is a member of a religion where birth control is either permitted or up to the choice of the couple. Which religions have this belief regarding the use of birth control? Select all that apply.

  1. Buddhist Church of America
  2. Judaism
  3. Hinduism
  4. Mennonite

Answer:  1, 2, 3, 4

Explanation:  1. Birth control within Buddhist Churches of America is acceptable.

  1. Birth control in Judaism is permitted for therapeutic purposes.
  2. Birth control within Hinduism is acceptable.
  3. Birth control within the Mennonite religion is acceptable.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Health Promotion and Maintenance

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO05 Discuss the relationship of HEALING to todays health/HEALTH beliefs and practices.

 

 

21) Why would a patient use a traditional HEALER over a traditional allopathic physician for a health problem?

  1. Willingness to be available at any time
  2. Use of a unique language that is characteristic of their calling
  3. Exclusive dialogue with the person who is ill
  4. Formal relationship with the patient

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. HEALERS are willing to come day or night to the house where they are needed.

  1. Traditional medical personnel generally have a medical language they use, and may not share the worldview of the patient.
  2. Medical personnel generally deal only with the patient, and do not interact with the family as a whole.
  3. HEALERS maintain an informal, affective relationship with the entire family.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO05 Discuss the relationship of HEALING to todays health/HEALTH beliefs and practices.

22) A patient is planning to see a spiritual HEALER that practices Santeria. What is this type of HEALING?

  1. Spiritual HEALING
  2. A method that separates the physical from the spiritual
  3. The expression of divine intervention
  4. The optimal method for HEALING

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Santeria is spiritual HEALING.

  1. Spiritual HEALING can combine elements of the physical and spiritual.
  2. Spiritual HEALING is not just an expression of divine intervention.
  3. Spiritual HEALING is one component of healing, but does not address all aspects of healing, such as the physical, which does not make it the optimal method for healing.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO06 Describe various forms of HEALING.

 

 

23) A person has an ILLNESS of the spirit. What method of treatment will this person receive?

  1. Repentance
  2. Heal the memory
  3. Laying of hands
  4. Exorcism

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. The treatment method for spiritual healing is repentance.

  1. The treatment method for inner healing is healing the memory.
  2. One method of treatment for physical healing is the laying of hands.
  3. The treatment method for deliverance is an exorcism.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO06 Describe various forms of HEALING.

 

24) A patient is planning to participate in a physical HEALING session. What activities will occur during this session? Select all that apply.

  1. Laying on hands
  2. Speaking in tongues
  3. Having blood drawn
  4. Releasing muscle tension through massage

Answer:  1, 2

Explanation:  1. Laying on hands is performed during a physical HEALING session.

  1. Speaking in tongues is performed during a physical HEALING session.
  2. Having blood drawn is not performed during a physical HEALING session.
  3. The release of muscle tension through massage is not performed during a physical healing session.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO06 Describe various forms of HEALING.

25) Which type of healing is most appropriate for a person who is possessed by external evil?

  1. Deliverance
  2. Physical HEALING
  3. Inner HEALING
  4. Spiritual HEALING

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Deliverance, or exorcism, is used to treat a person whose body and mind are the victims of evil from the outside.

  1. Physical HEALING is used for those who have bodily injury.
  2. Inner HEALING is used when a person is suffering from an emotional or mental illness.
  3. Spiritual HEALING is used for those who are repenting their personal sin.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO06 Describe various forms of HEALING.

 

26) For which HEALTH problems would physical HEALING be the most appropriate to treat?

  1. A disease is present
  2. Someone afflicted with a bodily and mental evil
  3. Spiritual distress from personal sin
  4. An emotional or mental illness

Answer:  1

Explanation:  1. Physical HEALING is done when there is an illness.

  1. Bodily and mental evil is treated with deliverance or exorcism.
  2. Spiritual HEALING is done when personal sin has caused spiritual distress.
  3. Inner HEALING is used for those who have an emotional or mental illness.

Cognitive Level:  Applying

Patient Need:  Physiological Integrity

Patient Need Sub:  Basic Care and Comfort

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Implementation

Learning Outcome:  LO06 Describe various forms of HEALING.

27) A patient approaching delivery of her first child tells the nurse that many things need to be done prior to delivery, because she will not be permitted activity for 40 days after the birth. The nurse realizes that many countries of national origin practice a 40-day waiting period after the delivery of a baby? Select all that apply.

  1. Bangladesh
  2. Cuba
  3. Ethiopia
  4. Jordan
  5. Thailand

Answer:  1, 2, 3, 4

Explanation:  1. In Bangladesh, the mother remains indoors for 40 days.

  1. In Cuba, the mother will stay home for 40 days.
  2. In Ethiopia, the mother will be confined for 14 to 40 days postpartum.
  3. In Jordan, the mother has a 40-day confinement period postpartum.
  4. There are no restricted periods of maternal confinement after the birth of a child in Thailand.

Cognitive Level:  Analyzing

Patient Need:  Psychosocial Integrity

Nursing/Integrated Concepts:  Nursing Process: Planning

Learning Outcome:  LO07 Differentiate rituals of birth and death among people of selected faith traditions.

 

 

28) What is the significance of using water during baptism ceremonies in some religions?

  1. Cleanses the child from evil or other maladies
  2. Signifies the relationship of the child to God
  3. Dedicates the child to a family group
  4. Protects the child from illness

Answer:  1

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