1) When an infant is born with an unexpected birth defect, it is best to:
a) take the infant to the nursery until the physician has time to talk with the parents.
b) tell the parents at once and allow them to hold the infant if possible.
c) cover up the defect with a blanket before the parents see the infant.
d) assure the parents that the infant will be ok.
(Added by Chanel Raines)

2) One comparison between teen mothers and mature primiparas is that they:
a) lack parenting skills and have trouble learning them.
b) lack peer support because their friends do not have babies.
c) lack financial support.
d) lack support from the father.
(Added by Chanel Raines)

3) The nurse is on a planning committee to establish a prenatal clinic for teenage mothers. Which of the following suggestions would be most helpful in eliminating barriers for the teenager seeking health care in this planned clinic?
a) Place the clinic away from the school so the teenager would not have to worry about being seen by others.
b) Have the clinic located in the country so the teenager may find the enviroment peaceful.
c) Have the health care workers trained to teach why early sexual relations are harmful.
d) Have the clinic funded to operate in the evenings and on saturday.
(Added by Leah Payne)

4) The best way to evaluate the quality of a pregnant adolescents diet is to :
a) Ask her how well she eats in a non threatening manner.
b) Assume it is inadequate and give her advice.
c) Ask her to describe what she has ate the previous day.
d) Have her record everything she eats for 1 week.
(Added by Leah Payne)

5) When providing sex education to adolescents the nurse should:
a) Use street slang to help the teen understand the information.
b) Speak in technical medical terminology.
c) Use simple correct language/terms.
d) Only address issues the teen brings up.
(Added by Vici)

6) A nurse providing patient teaching to a pregnant teen should:
a) Address all sexual issues, including use of condoms.
b) Assume the teen already knows everything she needs to know about sexual activity.
c) Provide only pregnancy-related information.
d) Scold the young couple for being careless.
(Added by Vici)

7.) When providing education about pregnancy to adolescents the nurse should:
a.) Make decisions for the teenager
b.) Use words such as, should and ought
c.) Offer unwanted advice
d.) Maintain an open, friendly posture, and convey empathy by using attending behaviors such as eye contact, frequent nodding, and leaning toward the speaker
(added by Sheila)

8.) Many adolescents wait until the second or third trimester to seek prenatal care because: (select all that apply)
a.) they do not realize they are pregnant
b.) continue to deny they are pregnant
c.) want to hide the pregnancy
d.) they think prenatal care is not important or not needed
(added by Sheila)