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1 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.comNursing Management Quiz1. Theory X and theory Y was proposed byA. William OuchiB. Frederick TaylorC. Mary FollettD. Douglas McGregor2. The famous 14 Principles of Management was first defined byA. Elton MayoB. Henri FayolC. Adam SmithD. James Watt3. "Management by objective works - if you know the objectives. Ninety percent of thetime you dont. " This was stated byA. Peter DruckerB. Frederick TaylorC. Henri FayolD. Henry L. Gantt4. Scientific Management Theory was developed byA. Max WeberB. Frederick TaylorC. Adam SmithD. Rensis Likert5. Which management theory states " when managers make a decision, they must takeinto account all aspects of the current situation and act on those aspects that are key to thesituation at hand"?A. Systems theory
2 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.comB. Chaos TheoryC. Contingency TheoryD. Bureaucratic Management Theory6. Motivation-Hygiene theory (two-factor theory) of management was proposed byA. Elton MayoB. W. Edwards DemingC. Kurt LewinD. Frederick Herzberg7. Which of the following concept is NOT related to Frederick Taylors theory ofmodern managementA. Management is a true science.B. The selection of workers is a science.C. Workers are to be developed and trained.D. Scientific management is a collaboration of workers and managers.E. The average human being prefers to be directed, wishes to avoid responsibility, hasrelatively little ambition, wants security above all.8. The famous Hawthorne experiments were conducted byA. Elton MayoB. Max WeberC. Henry FordD. F.W Taylor9. Which type of leadership theories consider people inherit certain qualities that makethem better suited to leadership?A. Contingency TheoriesB. Behavioral theoriesC. Trait Theories
3 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.comD. Situational theoriesE. "Great Man" Theories10. Which of the following characteristics is NOT related to Laissez-faire leadership?A. Very little guidance from leadersB. Complete freedom for followers to make decisionsC. Leaders provide the tools and resources neededD. There is little time for group decision-makingE. Group members are expected to solve problems on their own11. Hygiene factors and motivational factors are key concepts inA. Maslow’s hierarchy of needsB. Expectancy TheoryC. Goal Setting TheoryD. Herzberg’s two factor theory12. Bhore Committee is also known asA. Health Survey and Development CommitteeB. Health Survey and Planning CommitteeC. Hospital review committeeD. Mudaliar Committee13. Which of the following is an Indian Health Care Accrediting Agency?A. Joint Commission International (JCI)B. Joint Commission On Accreditation Of Healthcare (JCAHO)C. National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH)D. QHA Trent AccreditationE. International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua)14. The basis of ABC analysis in inventory control is
4 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.comA. Annual consumption valueB. Criticality of itemsC. Unit cost of itemD. Procurement difficulty, market availability15. Which of the following is method of inventory control in which the items areclassified on the basis of rate/speed of consumption?A. ABC analysisB. VED analysisC. HML analysisD. FSN analysis16. In material management, the period in days that elapses between placing an orderand receiving the stores is termed asA. Lead timeB. Economic Order QuantityC. Quantity surveyD. Reorder time17. Theory of bureaucracy in management was proposed byA. Henry GanttB. Max WeberC. Henry FayolD. Peter Ducker18. W. Edward Deming is known for his contribution in modern management forintroducingA. Application of psychology in advertisement and marketingB. Time and motion studiesC. Quality controlD. PERT Technique
5 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com19. A broad statement by which the organization specifies how it will achieve its goals isA. Vision StatementB. Mission StatementC. Policy statementD. Protocol20. Management by objectives (MBO) as an organization tool was first explained byA. Robert OwenB. Hugo MunsterbergC. Henry TowneD. Peter F. Ducker21. Components of a nursing diagnosis include all, EXCEPTA. Problem Statement (diagnostic label)B. Etiology (related factor)C. Defining CharacteristicD. Outcome statement22. The type of nursing diagnosis which is a judgment on clients response to a presenthealth problemA. Actual Diagnosis=B. High Risk Nursing DiagnosisC. Possible Nursing DiagnosisD. Wellness Diagnosis23. As per the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) triage system, green colorcode refers toA. Injuries are life-threatening but survivable with minimal intervention.B. Injuries are significant and require medical care, but can wait hours without threatto life or limb.
6 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.comC. Injuries are minor and treatment can be delayed hours to days.D. Injuries are extensive and chances of survival are unlikely even with definitive care.24. Nursing may be defined as “the diagnosis and treatment of human responses tohealth and illness”. This definition of of nursing was given byA. NightingaleB. American Nurses Association (ANA, 1995)C. HendersonD. World Health Organization (WHO)25. Which of the following inventory control method is based on the criteria of rate ofconsumption of the items?A. ABC Analysis (Always Better Control)B. VED Analysis (Vital, Essential, Desirable)C. HML Analysis (High, Medium, Low)D. FSN Analysis (Fast, Slow moving and Non-moving)E. SDE Analysis (Scarce, Difficult, Easy)26. The extent of resemblance between the purpose of healthcare and the truly grantedcare is referred toA. StandardB. AuditC. QualityD. Outcome27. "A clinical judgment about an individual, a family or a community’s responses toactual and potential health problems/life processes" - refers toA. Nursing DiagnosisB. Outcome IdentificationC. Quality assuranceD. System analysis
7 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com28. Time taken for any project is estimated byA. Work samplingB. Input-output analysisC. Network analysisD. System analysis29. In the critical path method of network analysis, the critical path is theA. ShortestB. LongestC. CheapestD. Costliest30. Finding the most cost-effective way doing a project:A. Network analysisB. System analysisC. Cost analysisD. Field analysis31. Network analysis in management of health services include,A. Cost accountingB. Cost benefit analysisC. Cost efefctive analysisD. PERT32. WHO constitution was made inA. 1947B. 1950C. 1952D. 1956
8 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com33. The government of India anoounced the first National Health Policy in the year:A. 1951B. 1982C. 1977D. 199134. The Bhore comittee was set up in:A. 1943B. 1948C. 1949D. 195235. PHCs under public health care system in India was introduced as result ofrecoomendatinos by:A. Bhore committeeB. Kartar Singh CommitteC. Mudaliyar CommitteeD. Planning CommissionQuality Assurance Quiz36. A Total Quality Management (TQM) strategy developed by Motorola company in1986:A. Plan-Do-Check -ActB. MBOC. Six SigmaD. PERT37. Part of a quality system covering the manufacture and testing of pharmaceuticaldosage forms or drugs and active pharmaceutical ingredients,diagnostics, foods, pharmaceutical products, and medical devices:
9 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.comA. Good manufacturing practice (GMP)B. Good regulatory practice (GRP)C. Good Clinical Practice (GCP)D. Good laboratory practice (GLP)38. Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) refers to:A. An optimal balance between possibilities realized and a framework of norms andvalues.B. Doing the right thing right, right away, the first timeC. Detailed, written instructions to achieve uniformity of the performance of a specificfunction.D. A process of meeting the needs and expectations of the customers,both internal andexternal.39. Accreditation refers to one of the following:A. Making assessmentB. Meeting predetermined standardsC. Making care cost effectiveD. Ensuring Quality40. Father father of management by objectives (MBO)A. Peter DruckerB. Frederick TaylorC. Henri FayolD. Max Weber41. Who is associated with the concept of Total Quality Management?A. Rensis LikertB. Kurt LewinC. Max WeberD. W. Edwards Deming
10 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.com42. Quality Council of India sponsored accreditation system for hospitals and healthcare providers:A. NABHB. Joint Commission InternationalC. BISD. NABET43. Which definition of quality of care represents the entire continuum from structureto process and to outcome?A. DemingsB. WHO, 1988C. DonabedianD. Kurt Lewin44. "Purposeful, self-regulatory judgment that uses cognitive tools such as interpretation,analysis, evaluation, inference, and explanation of the evidential, conceptual,methodological, criteriological, or contextual considerations on which judgment is based."This definition refers to:A. System ThinkingB. Critical ThinkingC. Clinical reasoningD. Intuitive recognition45. Plan-Do-Check -Act cycle is related to:A. DonabedianB. DemingC. Henry GanttD. B.F. Skinner
11 www.drjayeshpatidar.blogspot.comANSWER KEY1. D 2. B 3. A 4. B 5. C6. D 7. E 8. A 9. C 10. D11. D 12. B 13 .C 14. A 15. D16. A 17. B 18. C 19. B 20. D21. D 22. A 23. C 24. B 25. D26. C 27. A 28. C 29. B 30. C31. D 32. A 33. B 34. A 35. A