Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Free Nursing Practice Test: Safety in Health Care

Those who work in health care face numerous decisions regarding safety every day. This 15-question practice test covers a variety of safety and emergency issues, from providing safe care to residents, clients, and patients to concepts of body mechanics that can help prevent injury to the healthcare professional. Although this practice test is geared toward nurse aides in North Carolina, much of the information is pertinent to a wide variety of healthcare careers in many locations.

Directions:
  1. Click on the first slide to enlarge.
  2. Click on each slide to advance to the next. (Click on the next thumbnail at the bottom of the screen if this does not work).
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Safe Body Mechanics

Tips to Prevent Back Injuries at Work

Potential Fire Hazards

Prevent Fires in Health Care

Safety Tips When Caring for Patient with an IV

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RACE

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PASS

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