Sample ideas and clarifications for project DEVELOPING TEST ITEMS TEST ITEMS 6 Developing Test Items Lourdes M. Aponte Panther ID 6216575

Sample ideas and clarifications for project DEVELOPING TEST ITEMS

TEST ITEMS 6

Developing Test Items
Lourdes M. Aponte
Panther ID 6216575
NGR 6718: Testing and Evaluation in Nursing Education

Dr. Audrey Miller PhD, MSN Ed, ARNP, PPCNP-BC

Florida International University
Summer 2019

Constructing Test Items

True-False 

Indicate whether true/false in the following questions

1. A current nursing trend for the next 10-20 years is and abundance of practicing nurses. False

2. Nursing care activities that are supported by valid and reliable research is known as evidence-based practice. True

Matching

The client reports nausea and constipation. Which of the following would be the priority nursing action?
a. Collect a stool sample
b. Complete an abnormal assessment
c. Administer an anti-nausea medication
d. Notify the physician

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

3. Subjective data related to the male GU system would include: (Select the single best answer)
a. Asking the patient questions about dysuria
b. Palpating an enlarged prostate.
c. Inspecting the scrotal area
d. Examining the scrotum for lumps
4. Objective data related to the male GU system would include: (Select the single best answer)
a. Asking a patient questions about dysuria
b. Asking the patient if they are having difficulty starting a urine stream
c. Palpating an enlarged prostate
d. Asking the patient about penile discharge
5. A bulging in the inguinal area of a male is likely to be: (Select the single best answer)
a. A scrotal lump
b. A hernia
c. An enlarge prostate
d. A genetic alteration
6. As a Nurse practitioner assessing a male patient how often should the male self-testicular exam should be performed?:
a. Daily
b. Every 6 months
c. Every year
d. Once a month
7. Objective findings when assessing the older male may include the following (Select the single best answer)
a. Increased thickness of hair
b. Increased muscle mass
c. Decreased amount of hair with thinning
d. Increased overall strength

Multiple Response

8. Select the steps that are involved in a systematic research process (1 point).
a. Defining the problem
b. Formulating research questions
c. Collecting data
d. All of the above
9. The documents used to develop professional research guidelines are based on what article? (1 point)
a. Nuremberg
b. Tuskegee
c. Declaration of Helsinki
d. A and C

Completion

10. Founded in the late 1800’s, the ______ is a professional organization for registered nurses in the United States.
a. International Council of Nurses (ICN)
b. American Nurses Association (ANA)
c. American College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP)
d. The American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)

Essay

Discuss how the nurse may holistically care for a stage 4 cancer patient and his/her family to achieve optimal quality of life.

Context-dependent

A 79-year-old man who had a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is being transferred from a medical unit to a rehab center. The nurse case manager is assisting in the process. (Answer both parts)

a. What are the goals of case management
b. Describe appropriate interventions for a patient with stroke

Blueprint

Content Area

Number of Items

Cognitive Level

Nursing Assessment

5

Knowledge

Nursing research

2

Comprehension

Pathology and Physiology

1

Application/analysis

Nursing Management

2

Synthesis

Evidence-based practice

1

Knowledge

Trends in nursing practice

2

Knowledge

D

EVELOPING

TEST ITEMS

Developing Test

Items

Lourdes M. Aponte

Panther ID 6216575

NGR 6718: Testing and Evaluation in Nursing Education

Dr. Audrey

Miller PhD, MSN Ed, ARNP, PPCNP

BC

Florida International University

Summer 2019

DEVELOPING TEST ITEMS

Developing Test Items
Lourdes M. Aponte
Panther ID 6216575
NGR 6718: Testing and Evaluation in Nursing Education
Dr. Audrey Miller PhD, MSN Ed, ARNP, PPCNP-BC
Florida International University
Summer 2019

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