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WhyNot?Forum 5.0 Ray Gapuz
WhyNot?Forum 5.0 Ray Gapuz
WhyNot?Forum 5.0 Ray Gapuz
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WhyNot?Forum 5.0 Ray Gapuz
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WhyNot?Forum 5.0 Ray Gapuz
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  • 1.  
  • 2. Why not pass an international nursing exam at the age of 61 ? RAY A. GAPUZ, R.N., M.A.N., D.Sc.,D.E.M. INTERNATIONAL NURSING EDUCATOR/ENTREPRENEUR
  • 3. PACITA REVIL Passed the CGFNS exam at age 61, first take
  • 4.
    • What made a 61 year old pass a foreign nursing test ?
    • Functional Concepts
  • 5.
    • What made a 61 year old pass a foreign nursing test ?
    • Functional Concepts
    • Test strategies
  • 6.
    • What made a 61 year old pass a foreign nursing test ?
    • Functional Concepts
    • Test strategies
    • Confidence boosters
  • 7. What are functional concepts?
  • 8.
    • Functional concepts
    • ideas that bridge the gap between theories and examination questions enabling the examinee to identify the best answer to a question.
  • 9. PLEASE READ THIS: SICKLE CELL ANEMIA Sickle cell anemia is a blood disorder that affects hemoglobin (pronounced: hee -muh-glow-bin), the protein found in red blood cells (RBCs) that helps carry oxygen throughout the body. Sickle cell anemia occurs when a person inherits two abnormal genes (one from each parent) that cause their RBCs to change shape. Instead of being flexible and disc-shaped, these cells are more stiff and curved in the shape of the old farm tool known as a sickle — that's where the disease gets its name. The shape is similar to a crescent moon. Red blood cells with normal hemoglobin ( hemoglobin A , or HbA ) move easily through the bloodstream, delivering oxygen to all of the cells of the body. Abnormal RBC’s may occlude blood vessels and this is precipitated by infection, dehydration and stress.
  • 10. PLEASE ANSWER THIS QUESTION:
  • 11.
    • Which of the following statements by the mother whose child has sickle cell anemia would indicate a possible precipitating factor of the crisis:
    • “ I see to it that my child is well-cared for.”
    • “ I don’t allow my child to go out of her room.”
    • “ I haven’t given my child enough fluids in the last few weeks.”
    • “ I made him sleep earlier.”
  • 12.
    • Which of the following statements by the mother whose child has sickle cell anemia would indicate a possible precipitating factor of the crisis:
    • “ I see to it that my child is well-cared for.”
    • “ I don’t allow my child to go out of her room.”
    • “ I haven’t given my child enough fluids in the last few weeks.”
    • “ I made him sleep earlier.”
  • 13. Example: Sickle cell anemia Functional concept: HYDRATION
  • 14.
    • Which of the following statements by the mother whose child has sickle cell anemia would indicate a possible precipitating factor of the crisis:
    • “ I see to it that my child is well-cared for.”
    • “ I don’t allow my child to go out of her room.”
    • “ I haven’t given my child enough fluids in the last few weeks.”
    • “ I made him sleep earlier.”
  • 15.
    • Upon admission of a 4-year-old child with sickle cell disease with vaso-occlusive crisis, the priority nursing care is or should be:
    • Elimination
    • Nutrition
    • Hydration
    • protection
  • 16.
    • A ten-year-old is admitted to the hospital with sickle cell crisis. Which patient goal is most appropriate for this child? The patient will:
    • Participate in daily aerobic exercise program
    • Take an antibiotic until the temperature is 98.6 °F
    • Increase fluid intake
    • Utilize cold compress to control pain
  • 17. TEST STRATEGIES
  • 18.
    • How is iron best taken?
    • With meals
    • Before meals
    • With orange juice
    • After meals
    APPLICATION
  • 19.
    • How is iron best taken?
    • With meals
    • Before meals
    • With orange juice
    • After meals
    APPLICATION
  • 20.
    • When is iron best taken?
    • With meals
    • Before meals
    • With orange juice
    • After meals
    APPLICATION
  • 21.
    • When is iron best taken?
    • With meals
    • Before meals
    • With orange juice
    • After meals
    APPLICATION
  • 22. PASSING THE TEST IS SOMETIMES JUST A MATTER OF UNDERSTANDING TERMINOLOGIES
  • 23. Confidence boosters
  • 24.
    • Confidence boosters
    • review books
  • 25.
    • Confidence boosters
    • review books
    • exam simulation
  • 26.
    • Confidence boosters
    • review books
    • exam simulation
    • experiential learning

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