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9 Occupational health and safety, 9 Manual Handling, 9 Infection Control 9 Q 12: List four of the professional standards and codes of conduct that govern our practice as nurses? 11 Q 13: Why is it important to ensure we practice with in these guidelines? 11 Q14: Choose one of the standards identified above and outline its specific purpose. How does it directly affect our practice? 11 Q15: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients have specific health needs, list three and detail how these impacts on health care delivery.
Several steps occur in the development of the NCLEX-RN Test Plan. The first step is conducting a practice analysis that is used to collect data on the current practice of the entry-level nurse (Report of Findings from the 2011 RN Practice Analysis: Linking the NCLEX-RN® Examination to Practice; NCSBN, 2012). Twelve thousand newly licensed registered nurses are asked about the frequency and importance of performing 141 nursing care activities. Nursing care activities are then analyzed in relation to the frequency of performance, impact on maintaining client safety, and client care settings where the activities are performed. This analysis guides the development of a framework for entry-level nursing practice that incorporates specific client needs as well as processes fundamental to the practice of nursing.