Onboarding Post Test

You will have 20 minutes to complete this online post test. Upon completion you will receive a confirmation email to the address provided.
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General Orientation
1. Tallahassee Memorial is a not for profit hospital.

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2. Our vision statement is “Leading our community to be the healthiest in the nation.“

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3. Students will be provided lockers for their belongings.

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4. TMH is a smoke-free facility and that includes all forms of “Vaps.”

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5. TMH will tolerate harassment of students and or instructors because they are not really employees.

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6. If you feel that you have been harassed or discriminated against, you need to report it to Human Resources.

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7. Cultural Diversity is that we are aware, care and respect different cultural preferences and behaviors and strive to incorporate these into the patient’s care plan.

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8. We do not need to do a cultural assessment unless the patient looks like they come from a different country or speaks a different language then the care giver.

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9. What would not be considered harassment and or discrimination?



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10. Our I CARE Values stand for:



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11. There are seven arms of the hospitals strategic plan, they include:



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12. Students are allowed to park:



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13. Which of the following are true about cultural diversity?



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Student/Instructor Orientation
1. Students are not allowed to enter any isolation room requiring an N95 respirator (mask).

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2. Instructors are to collaborate with Charge Nurse/supervisor, unit Clinical Specialist, and/or Nursing Administration for making assignments.

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3. Students are allowed to administer, regulate or discontinue blood products as long as they are with another TMH employee.

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4. Students are allowed, now that we have CPOE, to accept verbal or telephone orders from a provider.

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5. Students are never allowed to Perform RN Review on electronic orders or “sign off” orders on paper.

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6. It is important to have all documentation reviewed by the TMH RN or the faculty instructor.

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7. Instructors are to supply a copy of the clinical objectives to the manager/director of department.

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8. Instructors do not have to notify Charge Nurse/supervisor if student(s) are unable to meet their scheduled clinical rotation.

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9. Which of the following statements are false concerning student/instructor medication administration:



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10. Student responsibilities include:




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11. What is the appropriate disposal of a controlled substance for the student nurse:



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12. It is important for the student to:



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General Safety Orientation
1. Compressed gas cylinders do not require approved holders. They may be stored free-standing.

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2. An 18 inch clearance between storage and sprinkler heads is important and must be maintained at all times.

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3. The top of file cabinets can be used as a book shelf.

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4. All needles and syringes with needles, whether clean or dirty, need to be placed in the red sharps box when you are done using them.

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5. If biohazardous waste is mixed with regular waste all of the waste becomes biohazardous.

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6. Hazardous drugs are to be disposed of in a red bag.

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7. Colleagues involved in patient care (including students and instructors) may have artificial nails as long as they are less than 1/4 inch in length.

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8. Alcohol based hand gel is just as effective as hand washing with soap and water except when the patient is on contact isolation for C dif.

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9. The goals for fall prevention include preventing complications related to falls and providing a safe environment for patient care.

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10. IV spikes should be disposed of in:



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11. If you are already in an elevator and the doors open, and a patient is waiting to get on but there is not room for them, you should:



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12. SDS provide information on:



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13. Code Pink means possible infant/Child abduction: What should you be alert for when this code is called?



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14. Students are not allowed to enter rooms of patients on Airborne Isolation because:



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15. What is the most import action that we can do to prevent infections?



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16. Universal (for all patients) fall precautions include:



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17. Factors that increase a patient's risk for falling include:



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18. When a Code Red is called, it is imperative to remember to RACE. RACE stands for:



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19. To activate a Code Blue, dial 88. This is used when:




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20. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) should be used:



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Corporate Compliance Orientation
1. When reporting a corporate compliance issue you always must give your name.

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2. The “false claims act” protects the hospital against false accusations and whistle blowers.

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3. An example of a corporate compliance issue that you should report would be Upcoding – The practice of using billing codes that provide a higher payment rate than the billing code that actually reflects the service furnished to the patient.

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4. Lack of compassion and poor quality are symptoms when we fail our patients.

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5. It is not important to report questionable, unethical, or illegal practices as long as they do not affect patient care.

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6. “If it wasn’t documented in the medical record, it didn’t happen.”

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7. It is important that the medical record is accurate, complete and timely.

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8. It is ok to wait until tomorrow to chart, if you have had a very busy day.

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9. For approved abbreviations we use Stedmens Medical Dictionary.

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10. It is ok to share your passwords with your fellow students, just not with folks outside the hospital.

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11. The statement “Doing the right thing, the right way each and every time.” Refers to:



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12. Our I CARE values speak to compassion, it is important to show compassion to:



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13. Quality care involves knowing:




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14. One of the keys to good communication is:



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15. What is important to remember about late entries?



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16. What does an accurate, timely and well documented record ensure?



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