Nurse Responsibilities, Physicians
The key terms of this Healthcare & Nursing course include Nurse Responsibilities, P.hysicians
The current primary focus on nurses training is which of the below?
B. Managing chronic diseases in community settings
Which one of the examples below are of a bridge program to allow nurses to increase their level of education quickly?
What is the shortest tie in which an individual can become a registered nurse?
A. 2 years
What is the major difference between the scope of a registered nurse’s responsibilities and those of an LPN?
B. The scope of a registered nurses responsibilities is more complex and analytical than that of an LPN
The majority of jobs for both RN’s and LPN’s are expected to be in which area of care through 2020?
D. Home health and ambulatory care
Which of the following is the minimum requirement to be eligible for entry into medical school ?
B. Bachelor’s degree
Formal education and training requirements for physicians generally include:
D. All of these are correct
Which specialty employs the largest number of physicians?
A. Family and general practitioner
Which area of specialty earned the highest salary in 2014?
C. Family and general practitioner
What are the two types of physicians?
A. Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) and
Medical Doctor (MD)
Which of the following industries was one of the largest in 2013 and projected to generate 4.1 million new jobs between 2012 and 2011?
As a group, what’s the best-known and largest single employers of health workers?
The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics predicts a critical shortage of what group of health care providers?
B. Primary care physicians
Which of the following is NOT one of the ways that access to health care was expanded?
D. Expanding the Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)
Which of the following requirements ensured the same benefits for all Americans, regardless of the source of insurance coverage?
D. None of these is correct