Friday, February 14, 2014

Free Nursing Practice Test: Basic Restorative Care

This free nursing practice test includes ten multiple choice questions related to basic restorative care. Restorative care has moved to the forefront of much of nursing care. Encouraging patients, residents, and clients to regain lost skills and develop new skills tends to lead to a better quality of life and recognizes each person's unique abilities. Knowing common medical terms associated with restorative care and being able to apply critical thinking skills are important for those working in health care today.

Information in this practice test is current at this time for nursing students in North Carolina; however, most concepts are accurate for other locations as well.

Directions:
  1. Click on the first image below to enlarge.
  2. Click on the slide to advance to the next one or click on the next thumbnail at the bottom of the screen.
I hope you find this practice test to be helpful as you learn about basic restorative care in health care. Find additional resources, such as practice tests, flash cards, conversion charts, trivia games, and articles focusing on student success at my Student Survive 2 Thrive blog.

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