Dataflow Saudi: How to Apply For Saudi Dataflow Verification and Report

Dataflow Saudi

Please follow the below link to apply for Primary Source Verification process as an Applicant

If you are a new applicant then please select “Sign Up” option. If you are an existing applicant then fill your “E-mail ID” and “Password” received in the activation e-mail. If Applicant has registered before 01st March 2015 however not completed the Application prior to the said date, then current charges will still be applicable.

Once you sign up in the below page, you will receive an email with your login details. If you have an Eligibility Number please tick the checkbox against the field “Have Eligibility Number”. You will be required to enter Eligibility Number in the field.
Note that Eligibility Number will be issued by SCHS only

After signing up, you will be directed to the Personal Details page, where you need to provide the requested information, finish and click on next. Please note that you need to do the following :
• Select the right category under “Position Applied For” field.
• Tick the checkbox “I am a fresher” if you are a fresher and do not have experience.
• Select “New” if you applying for SCHS License for the very first time.
• Select “Renew” if you already have a SCHS License and want to apply for its renewal.
• Cross Check will be selected “Yes” by default.

You can also do the following:
• Change password through Change Password tab.
• Check status through Check Status tab.

After completing your Personal Details and clicking on save & next button you will be directed to Educational Details section where you need to fill out the requested details.
Please note the following:
• If you have selected “New” category under category field on Personal Details page then it is mandatory for you to fulfill the mandatory requirement of one education.
• If you have selected “Renew” category under category field on personal details page then you can fill either education; employment or health license component as per
requirement. You are required to fill only one component.
• You can upload, delete and view uploaded documents.
• If you click the Delete button all details entered for related Section will be removed; whereas Edit button will allow you to edit the related details.
• You can skip the component details and add more checks to the specified component by making use of skip and add more buttons.
• Save and Next button will save the information and will redirect to the Employment page.

After completing your Education Details and clicking on save & next button you will be directed to Employment Details section where you need to fill out the requested details.
Please note the following:
• Please fill your latest employment details or as advised by SCHS.
• If you have selected “New” category in the Personal Details page then it is mandatory for you to submit one employment certificate for verification (in case you are fresher, you can skip employment details however you will be charged as per usual rates).
• If you have selected “Renew” category in the Personal Details page then you can fill either education; employment or health license component as per requirement. You
are required to fill only one component.
• You can upload, delete and view uploaded documents.
• If you click the Delete button all details entered for related Section will be removed; whereas Edit button will allow you to edit the related details.
• You can skip the component details and add more checks to the specified component by making use of skip and add more buttons.
• “Save and Next” button will save the information and will redirect to the Health License page.

After you complete your Employment Details, you will be directed to the Health License Details section which is optional and you will be charged extra if you proceed with filling the details.
Please note the following:
• You can upload, delete and view uploaded documents.
• If you have selected “Renew” category in the Personal Details page then you can fill either education; employment or health license component as per requirement. You are required to fill only one component.
• If you click the Delete button all details entered for related Section will be removed; whereas Edit button will allow you to edit the related details.
• You can skip the component details and add more checks to the specified component by making use of skip and add more buttons.
• Save and Next button will save the information and will redirect to the Letter of Authorization page (LOA).

After you complete or skip the Health License Section, you will be directed to the Letter of Authorization page where you first need to print Letter of Authorization and then
upload the scanned copy of this document back onto the same page.

After you complete the above you can review your application.

After you review and confirm by clicking the Save and Next button, you will be directed to the payment page. Please note the following:
• Amount will be automatically populated.
• You can pay only by credit card.

Once payment is done, you will receive message and your application will be completed successfully. You can check your status by clicking on Check Status button.

HAAD Dataflow Guide: How to Apply for HAAD Dataflow 2018

HAAD Dataflow Guide

Dataflow is an agency who will help verify your documents. HAAD uses Dataflow services for faster and accurate verification for every applicant’s documents. First thing first is to check if you are qualified or not.

If you have met all the qualifications, you may now proceed to Dataflow. Here is the step-by-step guidelines on how to apply for HAAD dataflow without sponsor

Step 1.

Gather all the required documents for your desired position and scan them.

NOTE: In uploading your document/s, JPEG format (Passport Picture) is allowed for single page document but if you want to make things easier you need to convert your files to PDF format to create a single document (for documents with multiple files).

Check the size of files to be uploaded, resize as needed. Documents must be translated to English,as necessary.​All documents must not be expired.

​*Mandatory Documents:


*High School Diploma
*College Diploma – with CAV (Certificate of Authentication & Verification)
*Official Transcript of Records – With CAV (Certificate of Authentication & Verification)

Note: If CAV is not available, you can still proceed with Dataflow Processing and can submit these documents in the prelicensing. We know some members that did not include CAV credentials but were approved for exam.

B. PRC (With or without CAV)

*Board Certificate
*Certificate of Good Standing –(3 months validity, but as per the new PQR COGS is still valid up to 6 months)

Note: UPDATE- a separate TAB for COGS is now included in Dataflow.


*Certificate of Employment – preferably signed by the head of HR, make sure that details are accurate and updated.

D. Other Documents

*Passport Copy – Data page only
*Passport size photo – white background
*BLS Certificate – (Needed in PRE LICENSING, there have been reports that other applications were disapproved because of BLS training not conducted by an”authorized” training center (i.e. AHA certified)

E. FORMS: Sponsoring Facility Declaration form
(applicable if you have sponsor, if none then leave this part blank and just upload) Letter of Authorization CID – (English Pages only)

Applicant Declaration form – only for licensing procedure not in dataflow

Step 2.

Sign-up to Dataflow website – HAAD Dataflow. Choose the“Applicant”option. The “Facility” option is for companies who process the dataflow.


The Email will contain your USERNAME AND unique PASSWORD. You can change your password if you opt to.



Read then click next.


3.1 Select none if you don’t have sponsor or employer

3.1.0 Select none if you don’t have sponsor or employer

3.2 Download and re-upload a blank document if you don’t have a sponsor yet.

3.3 Select Nursing and Midwifery from the drop down-button and wait.

3.4 Click “Registered Nurse”.

3.5 Click “Registered Nurse” whatever your specialty is because they’ll ask for more documents if you choose your specialty now. (It won’t affect future application so don’t worry)

3.6 If none then proceed to the next. If you already took the exam before the system change, you can enter your PV Registration Number.


Self explanatory, just leave blank the one that does not apply to you.

4.7 Select the month, year and date (in order) to be able to put the correct date of birth. (if you are having any problem with this,perhaps you are using different browser,use IE version7,8,9 ONLY)

4.18 If you have any relatives in UAE, put their contact number. If none, put 00000.

4.22 Upload your passport – front page (picture and data only)

4.23 Upload passport size picture


5.1 Upload your high school diploma


5.4 Fill-out the form – follow the correct format and don’t use abbreviation.

5.4.13 for second courser include the date of your first course up to the end of your nursing,all dates can be seen in your diploma/, do not input date/data that cannot be seen in your diploma

5.4.14 Graduation date

5.4.16 Upload your diploma/rle/tor in pdf format – don’t put the red ribbon copy yet​

5.5 Leave blank

5.6 Put your Master’s Degree if available or leave it blank

5.7 upload BLS/ACLS if available


UPDATE: Please check updates in the next post (New tab for Certificate of Good Standing)

6.2.8. License Type: Others

6.2.9. License Status:Permanent

6.3.2 Upload PRC ID (front and back), PRC board certificate and board rating (all must be valid and not expired, others did not include BOARD RATING)ADD more License Details as needed.


You should enter 2 years of most recent employment details. Package includes verification of 3 employers for the last two years. If the number of employers exceeds 3, an additional amount will be added.Combined working experience from different hospitals are accepted.As per HAAD, Employment Certificate is a MUST for registered nurses.
It should contain: clear designation of Staff Nurse in any area joining and end date of employment signatures

Note: Volunteer experiences are not valid.

7.1 Start from the most recent employment

7.1.12 Upload your certificate of employment (COE)​

7.2-7.4 Continue if you have other nursing employment.


Fill-out the form and print it. Sign beside your name and upload it. (Electronic is allowed as per the experience of other members)


Download and re-upload the document or upload a blank pdf


Upload your credentials (diploma/tor/rle) with CAV if available, if you dont have it yet, just reupload original copies of the documents mentioned,Mark check.



Now it’s time to submit your application. Again be sure everything is correct as you cannot change them once the verification has started

Double Check your MODE OF PAYMENT.Credit Card- Paying Outside UAE

Cash- Paying inside UAE (if there is someone who can pay in your behalf, you can also pay cash at DF coutner in Abu Dhabi or Al Ain)

Step 3.You’ll receive a confirmation email from Dataflow which includes “Dataflow Number” your HAAD Number and payment made.

Step 4. Wait for 30-60 days verification of your documents (some took 90 days). You can follow-up your application by sending e-mail or calling Dataflow Offices or visiting Dataflow desk.

Step 5.

After all your documents have been verified, dataflow will send you an e-mail again for your HAAD web login (pre-licensing) with your Username and Password.

DATAFLOW RE-APPLICATION: If you have problems when it comes to verification of your documents/credentials (unable to verify COE, lacking COE/Experience uploaded) you can email them immediately, and attached documents as needed.

If disapproved or with negative verification,you just need to make another DF account using new email address, then choose CASH as mode of payment but you do not need to pay again. Email DF regarding your case and include your old AGN and state what happened.

From: Pefcommunity

For step by step guide on Dubai nurse registration check this link

Tips for haad exam takers:

– PRAY before and after the exam
– remember the basics (meds and iv computation esp. Pediatric doses)
– be careful to observe the metric units in computation
– use the process of elimination
– do not overthink or overanalyze
– do not question the situation/question itself
– principles of tractions
– DM, DVT and CVA faves nila
– alzheimers and dimentia
– colostomy and stoma care
– stick to ur first answer if u are confused btween 2 choices


– befriend with Saunders Q&A (spare time read pyramid to success also)
– Carl balita’s ultimate learning guide
– MS bY UDAN (Mas simple kc explanation and key concepts niya)
– ( my mga topics po na ina.upload dito ang mga colleagues natin like psych nursing, maternal and child, funda, etc.)


– (examination tab, computer based din po ito)

– saunders q&a 4th to 6th ed. (Downloadable po sa kickass torrent ung 5th ed as book and 4th ed. As application kung hirap po kau mgdownload sa ibang sources)

then read about DM, anemia, stroke, emphysema, COPD, MI, infant reflexes, BLS-ACLS, computation basic, remember to check the unit and convert as necessary, heart failure, RHD, Parkinson’s, shock, DVT, tonsillectomy, tracheostomy, ECG tracing, NGT feeding, ABG, suctioning, IV therapy, sa meds mga common lang naman like heparin, warfarin, insulin, mga antidote ganun, gastric lavage, thoracentesis, cataract, HIV,

Qatar Prometric Exam for Nurses Requirements

Qatar Prometric Exam for Nurses Requirements

1. Applicaiton form duly filled in its entirety
2. Signed letter of Authorization
3. Valid Passport Copies
4. Name Change certificate, if applicable (Marriage cert, affidavit, any legal doc)
5. Degree certificate copies (copy of orig cert & translated copy)
6. Mark sheet for the final year (all year mark sheets for applicants who have studied in india)
7. Certificate of Authentication and Verification (CAV) for applicants who have studied in Philippines
8. Copy of the backside on the degree certificate (for applicants having Afhan, Egyp, Pakistani cert)
9. Experience letters from previous employers for the last five years
10. Medical / Nursing license copy (front and back)
11. Renewal document (if applicable)
12. Payment receipt copy

OET New Rules: OET Accepted in Ireland for Nurse Registration

OET Accepted in Ireland

Good news for foreign nurses who want to work in Ireland! The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) announces that they will also accept Occupational English Test (OET) as proof of language proficiency starting January 1, 2018.

Ireland followed what United Kingdom had decided recently, that OET result is an alternative for International English Language Testing System (IELTS) in Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registration starting November 1, 2017.

NMBI first revealed this welcome change in their English requirement in the latest issue of their monthly EZine for October 2017. The update from NMBI reads:

OET Accepted in Ireland by NMBI

From 1 January 2018 we will accept Occupational English Test (OET), alongside the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

IELTS Clubbing for Ireland

IELTS Clubbing for Ireland

Ireland is in dire need of nurses as it is experiencing severe shortage of Registered Nurses. The country in recent times has turned overseas to recruit foreign nurses to relieve the pressure on local nurses caused by staff shortage. Unfortunately IELTS is proving to be too difficult to scale through for most internationally trained nurses as the standard seems to be high and topics covered in the test are out of clinical context.

For Ireland IELTS requirements for Nurses check Ireland IELTS Requirement for Nurses

Although Countries like UK and Australia accept clubbing of ielts, Ireland Board of Nurses does not accept clubbing of IELTS

Ireland IELTS Requirement for Nurses

Ireland IELTS Requirement for Nurses


NMBI only accepts the following scores in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic Test
Listening 6.5,
Reading 6.5
Writing 7.0 and
Speaking 7.0
Average Band score of 7.0

You will be asked to supply your IELTS Academic Test Report Form Number in Section 1 of your application pack.
Note that your “Test Report Form (TRF) Number” is the 15–18 characters (combination of numbers and letters) found in the bottom right-hand corner of your Test Report Form. NMBI will then use the IELTS Test Report Form (TRF) Verification Service to check your scores.

SNB Exam Schedule 2018 and Singapore Nursing Board Exam Passing Rate

SNB Exam Schedule 2018


RN, EN 10 Jan 2018

RN, EN 7 Feb 2018

RN, EN & RMW 14 Mar 2018*

RN, EN 11 Apr 2018

RN, EN 16 May 2018

RN, EN 27 Jun 2018

RN, EN 25 Jul 2018*

RN, EN 29 Aug 2018

RN, EN & RMW 26 Sep 2018

RN, EN 24 Oct 2018

RN: Registered Nurse; EN: Enrolled Nurse; RMW: Registered Midwife
* – Suitable dates for SNB to conduct exam overseas for ILTC (if required)
1) Applications must be received by SNB at least two months before the Licensure Exam date.
2) However, candidates will only be scheduled for Licensure Examination when:
i) all required documents and payment have been received and
ii) they have met all requirements for registration/ enrolment.
3) Candidates will be informed of the scheduled date 3 weeks before the Licensure Examination.

For more information check Website

For how to become registered nurse in Singapore check Here

For Nursing Jobs in Singapore check Here

NMC IELTS News: Relaxing of Nurse Language Test Welcomed


A DECISION to relax stringent language tests for foreign nurses has been welcomed.

The move by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) could help ease GWH’s nursing shortages, directors said.

All nurses and midwives who want to work in the UK must register with the NMC.

Up until now, foreign nurses were required to pass the International English Language Test System (IELTS) – an exam branded as too broad and not sufficiently nursing-related by many would-be UK health workers.

However, from this week the NMC will accept the more work-based Occupational English Test (OET) as an alternative for nurses keen to work in the UK.

Additionally, foreign nurses will be allowed to register with the NMC without passing the language tests if they can prove that they have taken a nursing qualification taught and examined in English or practiced for at least a year in a country where English is the first and native language.

The move has been welcomed by bosses at Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

At a meeting of the trust’s board of directors, chief nurse Hilary Walker said that the new English language tests were “helpful, in as much as nurses will be examined in the context of healthcare”.

The hospital has six people booked onto the first available OET exam in December.

In an interview with the Adver last week, Lili Baleanu, a staff nurse who travelled to Swindon from Romania, questioned the value of the IELTS.

“It is a very difficult exam, especially because it has nothing in common with nursing. They want you to have an academic level of English. They’ll ask you about anything,” said Lili, who was asked to write an essay about fuels for one test paper.

GWH’s human resources chief welcomed the changes to the qualification requirements – but said that more work was needed to make it easier to recruit from abroad.

HR director Oonagh Fitzgerald told the Adver: “We are pleased the Nursing and Midwifery Council has acted on the concerns that many NHS organisations, including ours, have had for some time about the lengthy process fully qualified nurses from overseas have to go through to demonstrate their knowledge of the English language.

“However, we still feel these changes do not go far enough in making the NHS – one of the most highly regarded employers in the world – accessible to the thousands of healthcare staff across the globe who aspire to bring their talent and skills to the UK.

“While there clearly is a need for a robust testing system, it needs to be one that works for all healthcare staff and until we get to that point, we will continue to call for further changes to be made.”


NMC CBT Practice Test Online: CBT Exam Practice

CBT Mock Online Tests

Here are links to NMC CBT Practice Test Online sent to us by a user. You can also send us resources to help other nurses pass

CBT Mock Test 1 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

CBT Mock Test 2 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

CBT Mock Test 3 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

CBT Mock Test 4 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

CBT Mock Test 5 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

CBT Mock Test 6 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

CBT Mock Test 7 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

CBT Mock Test 8 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

CBT Mock Test 9 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

CBT Mock Test 10 – NMC Part 1 Competency Test

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NMC CBT Sample Questions and CBT Exam Practice 7

Disclaimer: Note that these questions are just sample questions to help you to pass the NMC CBT exam. They were sent in by a reader

1. According to law in England, UK when you faced with a situation of emergency what is your action?
• Should not assist when it is outside of work environment
• Law insists you to stop and assist
• You are not obliged in any way but as a professional duty advises you to stop and assist
• Do not involve in the situation
2. Which of the following actions jeopardise the professional boundaries between patient and nurse
• Focusing on social relationship outside working environment
• Focusing on needs of patient related to illness
• Focusing on withholding value opinions related to the decisions
3. An elderly client with dementia is cared by hid daughter. The daughter locks him ina room to keep him safe when she goes out to work and not considering any other options. As a nurse what is your action?
• Explain this is a restrain. Urgently call for a safe guarding and arrange a multi-disciplinary team conference
• Do nothing as this is the best way of keeping him safe
• Call police, social services to remove client immediately and refer to safeguarding
• Explain this is a restrain and discuss other possible options
4. An elderly client tells you that the carer is using his money when going for shopping and not buying him any food. The client appears malnourished and weighing only 35 kgs. As a newly qualified nurse what is your action?
• Listen to client and raise concern with line manager
• Do nothing as he is confused
• Listen to the client and call safeguarding lead
• Listen to the client and confirm with the carer
5. A Chinese woman has been admitted with fracture of wrist. When you are helping her undress you notice some bruises on her back and abdomen of different ages. You want to talk to her and what is your action
• Ask her husband about the bruises
• Ask her son/ daughter to translate
• Arrange for interpreter to ask questions in private
• Do not carry any assessment and document this is not possible as the client cannot speak English

6. Nurse caring a confused client not taking fluids, staff on previous shift tried to make him drink but were unsuccessful. Now it is the visitors time,wife is waiting outside What to do?
• Ask the wife to give him fluid, and enquire about his fluid preferences and usual drinking time
• Tell her to wait and you need some time to make him drink
• Inform doctor to start iv fluids to prevent dehydration
7. .A new RN have problems with making assumptions. Which part of the code she should focus to deliver fundamentals of care effectively
• Prioritise people
• Practice effectively
• Preserve safetey
• Promote professionalism and trust
8. Risk for health issues in a person with mental health issues
• Increased than in normal people
• Slightly decreased than in normal people
• Very low as compared to normal people
• Risk is same in people with and without mental illness
9. What is the use of protected meal time?
• Patient get protection from visitors
• Staff get enough time to have their bank
• To give personal hygiene to patients who are confused
• Patients get enough time to eat food without distractions while staff focus on people who needs help with eating
10. Food rich in antioxidants
• Tomato broccoli carrot
11. Prions are present in
12 .A slow and progressive disease with no definite cure,only symptomatic Management?
• Acute
• Chronic
• Terminal
13.An infectious patient is kept in isolation and are advised to take standard precaution. How maintained?
• waste bin ,handrub, gloves gown and mask available in room. Information leaflet attached on door
• Gloves gown and mask given to the patient
• Gloves gown and mask placed inside the room and waste disposal facilitied are kept outside
• waste disposal facilities arranged inside room ,Gloves mask apron and handrub arranged on a trolly ouside room next to door.
14.How can a patient involved in patient centerd care?
• Assessing patient health care needs with the other members of the health care team
• Engaging patient in conversation assessing and identifying needs by involving client focusing on preferences and formulating plan accordingly.
• Engaging patients in discussion and focusing care based on his medical condition
15.You are mentoring a 3rd year student nurse, the student request that she want to assist a procedure with tissue viability nurse, howcan you deal with this situation
• Tell her it is not possible
• Tell her it is possible if you provide direct supervision
• Call to the college and ask whether it is possible for a 3rd student to assist the procedure
• Allow her as this is the part of her learning

16.Which drug can be given via NG tube?
• Modified release hypertensive drugs
• Crushing the tablets
• Lactulose syrup
• Insulin

17. Why constipation occurs in oldage?
• Anorexia and weight loss
• Decreased muscle tone and periatalsis
• Increased mobility
• Increased absorption in colon
18.Independent and supplementary nurse and midwife are those who are?
A. nurse and midwife student who cleared medication administration exam
B. nurses and midwives educated in appropriate medication prescription for certain pharmaceuticals
C. registrants completed a programme to prescribe under community nurse practitioner’s drug formulary
D. nurses and midwives whose name is entered in the register
19.An unmarried young female admitted with ectopic pregnancy with her friend to hospital with complaints of abdominal pain. Her friend assisted a procedure and became aware of her pregnancy and when the family arrives to hospital, she reveals the truth. The family reacts negatively. What could the nurse have done to protect the confidentiality of the patient information?
a. should tell the family that they don’t have any rights to know the patient information
b. that the friend was mistaken and the doctor will confirm the patient’s condition
c. should insist friend on confidentiality
d. should have asked another staff nurse to be a chaperone while assisting a procedure
20. In a G.P clinic when you assessing a pregnant lady you observe some bruises on her hand. When you asked her about this she remains silent. What is your action?
• Call her husband to know what is happening
• Tell her that you are concerned of her welfare and you may need to share this information appropriately with the people who offer help
• Do nothing as she does not want to speak anything
• Call the police
21. As a RN when you are administering medication, you made an error. Taking health and safety og the patient into consideration, what is your action?

• Call the prescriber. Report through yellow card scheme and document it in patient notes
• Let the next of kin know about this and document it
• Document this in patient notes and inform the line manager
• Assess for potential harm to client, inform the line manager and prescriber and document in patient notes
22. you have assigned a new student to an experienced health care assistant to gain some knowledge in delivering patient care. The student nurse tells you that the HCA has pushed the client back to the chair when she was trying to stand up. What is your action
• Suspend HCA immediately
• Intervene on spot and raise concern immediately to the manager on duty
• Ask the client later on what has happened
• Ignore the student as she is new and does not have any experience
23. a newly admitted client refusing to handover his own medications and this includes controlled drugs. What is your action?
• You have to take it any way and document it
• Call the doctor and inform about the situation
• Document this refusal as these medications are his property and should not do anything without his consent
• Refuse the admission as this is against the policy
24. A nurse is not allowing the client to go to bed without finishing her meal. What is your action as a RN?
• Do nothing as client has to finish her meal which is important for her health
• Challenge the situation immediately as this is related to dignity of the patient and raise your concern
• Do nothing as patient is not under your care
• Wait until the situation is over and speak to the client on what she wants to do
25. A client had fractured hand and being cared at home requiring analgesia. The mediaction was prescribed under PGD. Whaich of the following statements are correct relating to this
• A PGD can be delegated to student nurse who can administer medication with supervision
• PGD’s cannot be delegated to anyone
• This type of prescription is not made under PGD
• This can be delegated to another RN who can administer in view of a competent person
26. you are transcribing medications from prescription chart to a discharge letter. Before sending this letter what action must be taken?
• A registrant should sign this letter
• Transcribing is not allowed in any circumstances
• The letter has to be checked by a nurse in charge
• Letter can be sent directly to the patient after transcribing
27. when explaining about travellers’ diarrhoea which of the following is correct?
• Travellers’ diarrhoea is mostly caused by Rotavirus
• Antimotility drugs like loperamide is ineffective management
• Oral rehydration in adults and children is not useful
• Adsorbents such as kaolin is ineffective and not advised
28. most of the s/s are common in both type1 and type 2 diabetes. Which of the following symptom is more common in typ1 than type2?
• Thirst
• Weight loss
• Poly urea
• Ketones
29. As a nurse you are responsible for looking after patient’s nutritional needs and to maintain good weight during hospitalization. How would you achieve this?
• Providing all clients with liquid nutritional supplements
• Assessing all patients using MUST screening tool and by taking patients preferences into consideration
• Checking daily weigh and documenting
• Assessing nutritional status, client preferences and needs, making individual food choices available, checking daily weight and documentation
30. when do you wear clean gloves?
• Assisting with bathing
• Feeding a client
• When there is broken skin on hand
• Any activity which includes physical touch of a client
31. when delegating any task to any one what you must needto consider?
• Delegating according to job description
• Delegating tasks to student nurses they can be able to do
• Delegating tasks only to health care assistans
• Before delegating tasks to anyone, have to make sure that person is competent and able to carry the task
32. if a client is experiencing hypotension post operatively, the head is not tilted in which of the following surgeries
• Chest surgery
• Abdominal surgery
• Gynaecological surgery
• Lower limb surgery
33. A client is diagnosed with hepatitis A. which of the following statements made by client indicates understanding of the disease
• Sexual intimacy and kissing is not allowed
• Does require hospitalization
• Transmitted only through blood transfusions
• Any planned surgery need to be postponed
34. which of the following statements made by client diagnosed with hepatitis A needs further understanding of the disease.
• Washing hands before cooking food
• Refraining from sexual intimacy and kissing while symptoms still present
• Towels and flannels can be shared with children
35. clinical practice is based on evidence based practice. Which of the following statements is true about this
• Clinical practice based on clinical expertise and reasoning with the best knowledge available
• Provision of computers at every nursing station to search for best evidence while providing care
• Practice based on ritualistic way
• Practice based on what nurse thinks is the best for patient
36. gurgling sound from airway in a postoperative client indicates what
• Complete obstruction of lower airway
• Partial obstruction of upper airway
• Common sign of a post-operative patient
• Indicates immediate insertion of laryngeal airway
37. when breaking bad news over phone which of the following statement is appropriate
• I am sorry to tell you that your mother died
• I am sorry to tell you that your mother has gone to heaven
• I am sorry to tell you that your mother is no more
• I am sorry to tell you that your mother passed away
38. after breaking bad news of expected death to a relative over phone , she says thanks for letting us know and becomes silent. Which of the following statemnts made by nurse would be more empathetic
• Say I will ask the doctor to call you
• You seem stunned. You want me to help you think what you want to do next
• Call me back if you have got any questions
• Say can I help you with funeral arrangements
39. signs and symptoms of septic shock?
• Tachycardia, hypertension, normal WBC, non pyrexial
• Tachycardia, hypotension, increased WBC, pyrexial
• Tachycardia, , increased WBC, normotension, non pyrexial
• Decreased heart rate, decreased blood pressure, normal WBC and pyrexial
40. during busy shift, a nurse loads medication and asks you to administer it. What is your action?
Ask student nurse to help you administer medication
Ask another staff nurse to help you with administering medication
Accept to administer the medication
Refuse to administer the medication
41. a patient with learning disability is accompanied by a voluntary independent mental capacity advocate. What is his role?
• Express patients needs and wishes. Acts as a patients representative in expressing their concerns as if they were his own
• Just to accompany the patient
• To take decisions on patients behalf and provide their own judgements as this benefit the client
• Is a expert and representates clients concerns, wishes and views as they can not express by themselves
42. Position to make breating effective?

• -left lateral

• -Supine

• -Right Lateral

• -High sidelying

43. which solution use minimum tissue damage while providing wound care
• Hydrogen peroxide
• Povidine iodine
• Saline
• Gention violet
44. A patient with burns is given anesthesia using 50%oxygen and 50%nitrous oxide to reduce pain during dressing . how long this gas is to be inhaled to be more effective
• 30 sec
• 60sec
• 1-2min
• 3-5min
45. Reason for dyspnoea in patients who diagnosed with Glomerulonephritis patients?
• Albumin loss increase oncotic pressure causes water retention in cells
• Albumin loss causes decrease in oncotic pressure causes water retention causing fluid retention I alveoli
• Albumin loss has no effect on oncotic pressure
46. An RN is working in a team.Who is responsible for her action?
• Charge nurse
• Herself
• Doctor
• Supervisor
47. Why is it essential to humidify oxygen used during respiratory therapy?
• Oxygen is a very hot gas so if humidification isn’t used, the oxygen will burn the respiratory tract and cause considerable pain for the patient when they breathe.
• Oxygen is a dry gas which can cause evaporation of water from the respiratory tract and lead to thickened mucus in the airways, reduction of the movement of cilia and increased susceptibility to respiratory infection.
• Humidification cleans the oxygen as it is administered to ensure it is free from any aerobic pathogens before it is inhaled by the patient.
• Humidifying oxygen adds hydrogen to it, which makes it easier for oxygen to be absorbed to the blood in the lungs. This means the cells that need it for intracellular function have their needs met in a more timely manner.
48. A patient on your ward complains that her heart is ‘racing’ and you find that the pulse is too fast to manually palpate. What would your actions be?
• Shout for help and run to collect the crash trolley.
• Ask the patient to calm down and check her most recent set of bloods and fluid balance.
• A full set of observations: blood pressure, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation and temperature. It is essential to perform a 12 lead ECG. The patient should then be reviewed by the doctor.
• Check baseline observations and refer to the cardiology team.
49. What is the most accurate method of calculating a respiratory rate?
A. Counting the number of respiratory cycles in 15 seconds and multiplying by 4.
B. Counting the number of respiratory cycles in 1 minute. One cycle is equal to the complete rise and fall of the patient’s chest.
C. Not telling the patient as this may make them conscious of their breathing pattern and influence the accuracy of the rate.
D. Placing your hand on the patient’s chest and counting the number of respiratory cycles in 30 seconds and multiplying by 2.
50. What specifically do you need to monitor to avoid complications and ensure optimal nutritional status in patients being enterally fed?
A. Blood glucose levels, full blood count, stoma site and bodyweight.
B. Eye sight, hearing, full blood count, lung function and stoma site.
C. Assess swallowing, patient choice, fluid balance, capillary refill time.
D. Daily urinalysis, ECG, protein levels and arterial pressure.
51. signs and symptoms of compensated shock
52. signs and symptoms of anemia in old age
53. signs and symptoms of anxiety
54. signs and symptoms of speed shock
55. little or no urine output termed as?
56.cvp line measures?
• Pressure in right atrium
• Pulmonary arteries
• Left ventrivle
• Vena cava
57. Normal value of oxygen saturation
58. Normal value of blood pH

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