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Florida Laws and Rules for Nursing

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  • You must score 70% or better to pass this test.
  • Select one answer for each question.
  • Review your selections before submitting the test for grading.
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1. Which professional may serve on the Florida Board of Nursing?

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2. Which is a true statement about the Florida Board of Nursing?

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3. While the purpose of the Florida Nurses Association is to advance professional nursing practice in the state, the purpose of the Florida Board of Nursing is to:

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4. To comply with Florida laws governing practical nursing, the LPN may not practice under the direction of:

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5. An LPN works at a nursing facility under the direction of an RN who is not always present. Which nursing action can this LPN legally perform with an order from a physician?

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6. An RN in a hospital medical-surgical department is often assigned to work with nursing students from a local RN program. Which statement correctly describes the RN’s authority?

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7. Which task is unlawful for an RN to delegate to unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) in Florida?

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8. A nurse did not renew his Florida RN license when it was due. One month later he realized he missed renewal. In order to again hold an active Florida nursing license, this nurse must demonstrate completion of all required continuing education and:

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9. Laws consist of specific rules, whereas a code of ethics:

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10. When a nurse accepts a patient’s decision to refuse a medication, the nurse is honoring the ethical principle of:

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11. Two nurses have worked in the same nursing home for 12 years and are very close friends. One of the nurses, who is a single mom, sometimes has a problem getting her children to school. One day when she is running late, she calls and asks the other nurse to punch her timecard to avoid her pay being docked. Which is a correct statement about this situation?

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12. Which is an objective of Florida’s Intervention Project for Nurses (IPN)?


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