Certified Nursing Assistants
Certified Nursing Assistants are crucial members of any health care team. They are continuously working under the direction of a nurse. (RN or LPN/LVN) CNAs also provide hands on nursing care to patients, residents, clients and customers in various health care settings. CNAs usually provide assistance with self-care, such as bathing, dressing, eating, toileting and oral care to patients who are unable to complete these tasks on their own. CNAs are often often the staff member, who will read the patient’s vital signs, weigh the patients and they measure the patient’s height.
CNA exams are normally taken in two parts. There is a written component and a hands-on skills component. The written component of the test is typically in a multiple-choice format and will evaluate the CNAs knowledge of the subjects that all CNAs are expected to know.
Anyone writing a CNA exam must have a high school diploma or GED.
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- Question 1 of 13
Out of the four options below, which one is it appropriate to share a patient’s personal information with?CorrectIncorrect
HIPAA privacy laws state that health care professionals may only share relevant patient information with those directly involved in caring for the patient.
- Question 2 of 13
It would NOT be appropriate to share a patient’s healthcare information with:CorrectIncorrect
The patient’s healthcare team will need access to the patient’s healthcare information so that they can provide the best treatment. It is inappropriate to give the patient’s friends, access to the patient’s health care records.
- Question 3 of 13
Which of the following statements is correct?CorrectIncorrect
There may not be a phone for each resident at the facility, however each patient has the right to phone privileges as well as to privacy. The other options restrict these rights of the patients.
- Question 4 of 13
A patient’s family members ask you to check what the resident’s record says about the patient’s resuscitation wishes in the event that the patient was to pass away. After checking the records, you see that the patient has given permission to share all medical information with their family members. You also see the initials DNR in the patient’s advance directive. You tell the family:CorrectIncorrect
DNR is a universal acronym for, “DO NOT RESUSCITATE.”
Remember: you would never release any patient information to the family unless there was explicit permission found in the resident’s files. Giving that information without the patient’s permission would be in violation of HIPAA regulations, which should be known, understood, and followed at all times by all healthcare professionals.
- Question 5 of 13
Which of the following options is NOT an example of caring behaviour by a health care professional?CorrectIncorrect
Your patient’s care should always be your primary concern.
- Question 6 of 13
You’ve just arrived at the facility to begin your shift and the charge nurse is putting a patient in restraints. What does this mean?CorrectIncorrect
It is necessary to understand that restraints are a measure used to keep a patient from harming themselves and they are not a form of punishment. Nursing assistants are still able to care for a patient who is in restraints.
- Question 7 of 13
When your patient has visitors, a nursing assistant should:CorrectIncorrect
Each patient has the right to have visitors and to privacy. The other options are not appropriate actions for an NA to take when dealing with visitors.
- Question 8 of 13
Every patient has the right to privacy. Which of the following would be a violation of that right?CorrectIncorrect
Members of a patient’s immediate healthcare team who are treating that patient are allowed to discuss their treatment. Speaking about a patient with another nursing assistant, who may or may not be part of the team, in a lunchroom where the conversation could be overheard by others, would be in direct violation of the patient’s right to privacy.
- Question 9 of 13
A patient’s right to information involves all of the following options EXCEPT:CorrectIncorrect
If the staff were to divulge the complete medical history of the patient’s roommate, that would be in complete violation of the roommate’s privacy. All of the other options are a part of a patient’s right to information.
- Question 10 of 13
There are two patients in your care that belong to your religious congregation. Both of these patients have been asking about the medical condition of the other. They are both worried and they know that you care about each of them. What would your best response be to these two patients?CorrectIncorrect
Options A, B and C either disregard your code of conduct about keeping patient information only amongst the members of the patient’s healthcare team, or only avoid the problem.
- Question 11 of 13
Restorative Nursing is…CorrectIncorrect
A, B and D do not provide restorative care.
- Question 12 of 13
All patients have the right to telephone privileges. Which of the following options would correctly describe these rights?CorrectIncorrect
Patients have the right to have access to a telephone as well as to the privacy to use it. A phone call that is supervised would violate the patient’s privacy and scheduled hours to us the phone restricts the patient’s rights. A patient does not have to bring his or her own phone to be able to use one.
- Question 13 of 13
If a nursing assistant was to enter the facility’s cafeteria and overhear another assistant talking about a patient with co-workers; which patient right is being violated?CorrectIncorrect
Each of the above are patient’s rights; however, the only one that applies to this particular situation is the right to privacy. The other rights for this situation are not being violated.