Type
Quiz
Book Title
Handbook of Informatics for Nurses & Healthcare Professionals 5th Edition
ISBN 13
978-0132574952

978-0132574952 Chapter 11 Part 3

August 31, 2019
must be considered. Off-site facilities may also require remodeling and additional security.
-Maintenance costs: Ongoing expenses are influenced by the decision to buy, remodel, build, or lease space and
the need to maintain and service hardware, software, and office equipment.
Rationale 2: -Classroom availability and cost: Space within the organization or off-site locations should be
evaluated to ensure network access and classroom capacity.
-Network connectivity and power supply: Network compatibility and an adequate power supply for workstations
are considerations.
-Classroom capacity: All trainees should have their own networked workstation and access to a printer.
-Travel and parking: Off-site training needs to be easy to find and have adequate parking.
-Access to communications: Communication access should be provided during the training session.
-Training environment: The location must have access to the computer training environment so that training can
be conducted where there is no actual client or employee data.
-Setup costs: Cabling and wiring at any location, office furniture, hardware, software, and peripheral equipment
must be considered. Off-site facilities may also require remodeling and additional security.
-Maintenance costs: Ongoing expenses are influenced by the decision to buy, remodel, build, or lease space and
the need to maintain and service hardware, software, and office equipment.
Rationale 3: -Classroom availability and cost: Space within the organization or off-site locations should be
evaluated to ensure network access and classroom capacity.
-Network connectivity and power supply: Network compatibility and an adequate power supply for workstations
are considerations.
-Classroom capacity: All trainees should have their own networked workstation and access to a printer.
-Travel and parking: Off-site training needs to be easy to find and have adequate parking.
-Access to communications: Communication access should be provided during the training session.
-Training environment: The location must have access to the computer training environment so that training can
be conducted where there is no actual client or employee data.
-Setup costs: Cabling and wiring at any location, office furniture, hardware, software, and peripheral equipment
must be considered. Off-site facilities may also require remodeling and additional security.
-Maintenance costs: Ongoing expenses are influenced by the decision to buy, remodel, build, or lease space and
the need to maintain and service hardware, software, and office equipment.
Rationale 4: -Classroom availability and cost: Space within the organization or off-site locations should be
evaluated to ensure network access and classroom capacity.
-Network connectivity and power supply: Network compatibility and an adequate power supply for workstations
are considerations.
-Classroom capacity: All trainees should have their own networked workstation and access to a printer.
-Travel and parking: Off-site training needs to be easy to find and have adequate parking.
-Access to communications: Communication access should be provided during the training session.
-Training environment: The location must have access to the computer training environment so that training can
be conducted where there is no actual client or employee data.
-Setup costs: Cabling and wiring at any location, office furniture, hardware, software, and peripheral equipment
must be considered. Off-site facilities may also require remodeling and additional security.
-Maintenance costs: Ongoing expenses are influenced by the decision to buy, remodel, build, or lease space and
the need to maintain and service hardware, software, and office equipment.
Rationale 5: -Classroom availability and cost: Space within the organization or off-site locations should be
evaluated to ensure network access and classroom capacity.
-Network connectivity and power supply: Network compatibility and an adequate power supply for workstations
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are considerations.
-Classroom capacity: All trainees should have their own networked workstation and access to a printer.
-Travel and parking: Off-site training needs to be easy to find and have adequate parking.
-Access to communications: Communication access should be provided during the training session.
-Training environment: The location must have access to the computer training environment so that training can
be conducted where there is no actual client or employee data.
-Setup costs: Cabling and wiring at any location, office furniture, hardware, software, and peripheral equipment
must be considered. Off-site facilities may also require remodeling and additional security.
-Maintenance costs: Ongoing expenses are influenced by the decision to buy, remodel, build, or lease space and
the need to maintain and service hardware, software, and office equipment.
Global Rationale:
Cognitive Level: Applying
Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment
Client Need Sub: Management of Care
Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Teaching and Learning
Learning Outcome:
Question 20
Type: MCSA
Which of the following describes the philosophical differences between the trainers and educators role?
1. Trainers are concerned with outcomes only whereas educators are concerned strictly with the educational
process.
2. Trainers focus on behavior change through skill acquisition while concentrate on learning, thinking, and
problem solving as a way to change behavior.
3. Any employee can be a trainer whereas an individual must have an advanced degree to be an educator.
4. Trainers rely on skill acquisition through learning, thinking, and problem solving as a way to change behavior,
while educators rely on behavioral psychology which focuses on behavior change.
Question 21
Type: MCSA
End-user training classes should be created for which of the following?
1. Physicians, residents, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants
2. Physicians and nurse practitioners only
3. Point-of-care staff only
4. Physicians and staff nurses only
Question 22
Type: MCSA
Which of the following defines project scope?
1. Project scope encompasses the entire life cycle.
2. Project scope describes the details of the system functionality that is slated for automation.
3. Project scope is part of the system implementation process.
4. Project scope is defined by the super users.
Question 23
Type: MCSA
Which of the following statements is true about blended learning?
1. The use of blended learning should be appropriate for the content.
2. The use of blended learning is not appropriate for super user training.
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3. Blended learning is too complicated for training sessions.
4. Blended learning should only be used for point-of-care staff.
Question 24
Type: MCSA
Which of the following describes the use of an advanced organizer?
1. The use of an advanced organizer is a way to guide the instruction, manage time, and allow for logical breaks in
the classroom instruction.
2. The use of an advanced organizer is a methodological approach to patient care.
3. The use of an advanced organizer is a tethered health information systems.
4. The use of an advanced organizer is an excellent way to prepare novice nurses for their role at the point of care.
Question 25
Type: FIB
____________________ are employees who are proficient in the use of the information system and can serve as
mentors to other end-users in their department.
Standard Text:
Correct Answer: Super users
Rationale : Super users are employees who are proficient in the use of the information system and can serve as
mentors to other end-users in their department. Super users may be from any user class and have specialized
knowledge in both the information system and the clinical area.
Global Rationale:
Cognitive Level: Understanding
Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment
Client Need Sub: Management of Care
Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Teaching and Learning
Learning Outcome:
Question 26
Type: MCMA
Which of the following methods can be incorporated when planning training programs that may alleviate anxiety
among the staff?
Standard Text: Select all that apply.
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