Introduction

Thank you for viewing the Core Orientation.

Please complete the questions and evaluation below as the final step to receiving your certificate of completion.
After you complete this electronic evaluation, instructions for downloading your certificate will be provided on the last screen.

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We appreciate your honest and complete responses on this evaluation.  The feedback on the 2017 survey was utilized in improving the 2018-2019 survey.

If you have a question or technical issue, please email Kathy Clark, Wake AHEC @ kgclark@wakeahec.org. Completing the survey should take less than 10 minutes of your time.
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* 1. Which information is included in policies related to student identification on the clinical unit?

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* 2. Health literacy issues apply to which of the following?

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* 3. Which is the most appropriate place to discuss Protected Health Information (PHI)?

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* 4. When can patient information be given without prior authorization?

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* 5. Reasons to avoid the use of personal electronic devices while on the clinical unit include:

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* 6. Patients can legally expect to receive high quality care, a clean and safe environment, involvement in care, and privacy protection while in the healthcare environment.

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* 7. How do you prevent HIPAA violations?

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* 8. According to the Safe Medical Devices Act (SMDA) a report is required of all incidents where there is a reasonable suspicion
that a medical device caused or contributed to a patient’s serious injury, serious illness or death. When a reportable incident
with failed equipment occurs, what should you do?

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* 9. EMTALA, also known as the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, includes all of the following except:

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* 10. Which of the following are consequences if a student or faculty member does not comply with the code of conduct?

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* 11. It is okay to accept gifts from patients so they can show appreciation for their care.

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* 12. Gloves and other appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) are required when dealing with blood and other potentially infectious material.

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* 13. Sharps safety devices such as safety lancets and needleless IV sets are for your protection and use is required by law.

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* 14. Students/Faculty cannot care for patients on Airborne Precautions unless they are fit-tested for an N-95 mask or wear a
Powered Air-Purifying Respirator (PAPR).

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* 15. When working with a client with suspected C-diff or Norovirus, health care workers must:

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* 16. The purpose of the rapid response team is to provide early and rapid interventions to promote positive outcomes for the
patient.

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* 17. Any healthcare staff can offer the option of organ donation to families.

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* 18. You should report adverse events to your faculty/instructor per healthcare agency policy when:

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* 19. Use of restraints requires which of the following:

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* 20. Biohazardous waste such as: blood or body fluids, pathologic waste – tissue samples, microbial waste, bloody saturated
dressings, blood transfusions bags, and material used to clean up blood spills, etc. – may be placed in any plastic trash can as long as it has a lid.

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* 21. The most important thing to remember about fire response is the safety of the people in the immediate area. When you see or smell smoke or fire in your department, what should you do FIRST?

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* 22. What is the FIRST thing you do when preparing to use a fire extinguisher?

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* 23. According to the National Patient Safety Goals, how many patient identifiers are required prior to administering medication:

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* 24. Some healthcare agencies are working together to standardize the use of colored arm bands to alert staff of  patients who are on special safety precautions such as allergies, falls, etc.

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* 25. Why is cultural respect for diversity important in healthcare?

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* 26. For any unit concerns, questions or issues, the student should first speak to the _____________.

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* 27. The content of the Core Orientation was clear.

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* 28. The content of the Core Orientation was informative.

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* 29. The Core Orientation content helped prepare me for clinical learning experiences.

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* 30. What length of time did you spend reviewing the Core Orientation?

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* 31. Name of your academic program (school) and discipline major or track

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* 32. Indicate your position by selecting one of the following:

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* 33. Other comments:

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