Protocols/Policies
QSEN Competencies
PPE/Infection Control
Ergonomic Principles
PSLS/Incident Reporting

100

Why are faculty protocols important?

- maintain patient and staff safety

- standards of practice

100

What does QSEN stand for?

QSEN stands for Quality and Safety Education for Nurses.

100

What is the first step in donning PPE?

Perform Hand Hygiene

100

What are ergonomic principles?

“Ergonomic is a scientific discipline  that addresses the human being in the environment to facilitate human well being”

100

What does PSLS stand for?

Patient Safety Learning System

200

Name an example of a chemical restraint.

Chemical- psychoactive or sedative medication used with the intention of inhibiting a specific behavior or movement

200

What is the goal of the QSEN Competencies?

Prepare future nurses to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes required to improve the quality and safety within the healthcare system.

200

What is the difference between contact and contact plus precautions? 

Contact Plus requires you to wash your hands with soap and water instead of just ABHR. E.g. C-diff

200

When there is a patient status, the nurse must______?

Assess patient’s ability to balance, transfer, ambulate and use assistive devices and incorporate it into patient care.

200

Name an example of when to complete a PSLS Report?

Examples Vary

300

Name the three types of restraints and an example of each. 

Chemical

Environmental

Physical 

300

Name all 6 QSEN Competencies

  • Patient-centered Care

  • Teamwork and Collaboration 

  • Evidence-based Practice (EBP)

  • Quality Improvement (QI)

  • Safety 

  • Informatics

300

Name 3 disease that require Airborne Precautions.

Measles, Varicella, Tuberculosis

300

Name the 3 Ergonomic Principles

1. Assessing patient’s ability to balance, transfer, and use assistive devices before planning patient care.

2. Educating patients about body positions that reduce the potential for repetitive stress injuries. 

3. Using ergonomics and body mechanics when providing care.

300

What are the 5 steps in reporting an injury to self?

1) Seek appropriate medical attention, if required.

2) Report the incident to your manager/supervisor.

3) Call the Provincial Workplace Health Call Centre at 1-866-922-9464 to report the injury or incident.

4) If you have sought medical attention or missed shifts from work, call WorkSafeBC teleclaim at 1-888-967-5377 to complete your incident report.  The Provincial Workplace Health Call Centre will advise you if this is a step you need to complete.  

5) If you will miss time from work, call EARL (the employee absence reporting line) at 1-877-342-3275.