Safety and Infection Control

Topics To Review

Safety and Infection Control (1 item)               3 bullet 
Accident/Error/Injury Prevention (1 item)                                3 bullet 

Nursing Care and Discharge Teaching: Evaluating Parent Understanding of Newborn Car Seat Safety (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept)

Health Promotion and Maintenance (6 items)                  
Ante-/Intra-/Postpartum and Newborn Care (4 items)                     12 bullet 

Assessment of Fetal Well-Being: Contraindications for a Contraction Stress Test (Active Learning Template – Diagnostic Procedure)

Fetal Assessment During Labor: Nursing Interventions for Late Decelerations in the Fetal Heart Rate (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept)

Nursing Care and Discharge Teaching: Teaching About Home Safety (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept)

Postpartum Disorders: Identifying Risk Factors for Postpartum Hemorrhage (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Health Screening (1 item)                     3 bullet

Fetal Assessment During Labor: Performing Leopold Maneuvers (Active Learning Template – Nursing Skill)

Topics To Review

Lifestyle Choices (1 item)                              3 bullet

Contraception: Tubal Ligation (Active Learning Template – Therapeutic Procedure)

Psychosocial Integrity (1 item) 
Chemical and Other Dependencies/Substance Use Disorder (1 item)                3 bullet 

Assessment and Management of Newborn Complications: Expected Findings of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Basic Care and Comfort (2 items) 
Nonpharmacological Comfort Interventions (2 items)                           6 bullet 

Pain Management: Evaluating Effectiveness of Nonpharmacological Interventions (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept)

Postpartum Physiological Adaptations: Pain Management for Perineal Laceration (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept)

Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies (1 item) 
Adverse Effects/Contraindications/Side Effects/Interactions (1 item)               3 bullet 

Infertility: Teaching About Adverse Effects of Clomiphene Citrate (Active Learning Template – Medication)

Reduction of Risk Potential (2 items) 
Potential for Complications from Surgical Procedures and Health Alterations (1 item)              3 bullet 

Postpartum Physiological Adaptations: Nursing Action for Vaginal Bleeding Following a Cesarean Birth (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept)

System-Specific Assessments (1 item)                         3 bullet

Assessment and Management of Newborn Complications: Expected Findings in a Post-Term Newborn (Active Learning Template – Basic Concept)

Physiological Adaptation (6 items) 
Alterations in Body Systems (3 items)                         9 bullet 

Assessment and Management of Newborn Complications: Caring for a Newborn Who Has Jaundice (Active Learning Template – Therapeutic Procedure)

Heart Failure and Pulmonary Edema: Planning Care for a Client Who Has Peripartum Cardiomyopathy (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Infections: Expected Findings of Trichomoniasis (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Hemodynamics (1 item)                                       3 bullet

Pain Management: Nursing Actions for a Client Who Is Hypotensive Following an Epidural (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Unexpected Response to Therapies (1 item)                     3 bullet

Postpartum Disorders: Priority Action for a Client Who Is Experiencing Postpartum Hemorrhage (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Medical Emergencies (1 item)                                               3 bullet

Assessment and Management of Newborn Complications: Providing Emergency Interventions for Shoulder Dystocia (Active Learning Template – Therapeutic Procedure)

Clinical Judgment (9 items) 
Analyze Cues (5 items)                                 15 bullet 

Assessment and Management of Newborn Complications: Identifying Findings in a Newborn to Report to the Provider (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Assessment and Management of Newborn Complications: Interpreting Findings of a Newborn Who Has Maternal History of Opioid Use During Pregnancy (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Bleeding During Pregnancy: Identifying Findings Requiring Immediate Follow-Up for a Client Who Has Placenta Previa (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Medical Conditions: Assessing a Client Who Has Preeclampsia (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Postpartum Disorders: Interpreting Findings (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Take Actions (3 items)                              9 bullet

Topics To Review

Assessment and Management of Newborn Complications: Interventions for a Newborn Who Has Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Medical Conditions: Caring for a Client Who Is at 18 Weeks of Gestation (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Postpartum Infections: Caring for a Client Who Is Experiencing a Complication Following a Cesarean Birth (Active Learning Template – System Disorder)

Evaluate Outcomes (1 item)                                 3 bullet

Postpartum Disorders: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Misoprostol (Active bullet)

ATI PROFICIENCY LEVELS bullet 

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Proficiency Level                 Proficiency Level Definition                                                                                                           Score Range*

Below Level 1Scores below the Proficiency Level 1 standard can be considered below minimum expectations and can be indicative of significant risk in this content area. ATI strongly advises these students to develop and complete an intensive plan for focused review and remediation, including the use of ATI materials, textbooks, class notes, reference materials, and assistance from nurse educators.0.0% to 54.9%
Level 1Scores meeting the Proficiency Level 1 standard can be considered to meet the absolute minimum expectations for performance in this content area. Scores at this level were judged by the content expert panel to indicate a student as likely to just meet NCLEX-RN® standards in this content area. ATI advises these students to develop and complete a rigorous plan of focused review in order to achieve a firmer grasp of this content.55.0% to 66.6%
Level 2Scores meeting the Proficiency Level 2 standard can be considered to exceed minimum expectations for performance in this content area. Scores at this level were judged by the content expert panel to indicate a student as fairly certain to meet NCLEX-RN standards in this content area. ATI advises these students to engage in continuous focused review in order to improve their knowledge of this content.66.7% to 81.6%
Level 3Scores meeting the Proficiency Level 3 standard can be considered to exceed most expectations for performance in this content area. Scores at this level were judged by the content expert panel to indicate a student as likely to exceed NCLEX-RN standards in this content area. ATI advises these students to engage in continuous focused review to maintain and improve their knowledge of this content.81.7% to 100.0%

*There are no scoring gaps between the ranges of each level to include all possible scores of the NGN assessment. 

ADJUSTED INDIVIDUAL TOTAL SCORE 

To adjust for possible differences in difficulty among the forms of this assessment, the raw score (the total number of points received) is converted to an adjusted raw score through a standard process known as equating. The adjusted individual total score is a function of the adjusted raw score divided by the total number of points possible on the assessment.

              Adjusted raw score                  ×  100 

  Total number of points possible 

The adjusted individual total score is on a scale of 0% to 100% and is incremented in units of 0.1%. For example, if a student received 76 points (raw score) and an adjusted raw score of 75.5810 on a test that has 99 total points possible, then the adjusted individual total score is equal to 76.3%:   

75.5810   × 100 =  76.3% 

     99

ITEM SCORING 

ATI follows NCSBN guidance for item scoring. Accordingly, each item is worth one or more points. Depending on the itemspecific scoring method, a student’s response may earn full, partial, or no points. 

TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS POSSIBLE

The total number of points possible is the sum of the number of points possible of all scored items and is greater than the total number of scored items on the assessment. The total number of points possible may vary across assessment versions. 

PRETEST ITEMS 

There are 10 unscored and 60 scored questions throughout the assessment. The unscored questions are used for research purposes. 

NATIONAL MEAN

This is the average score of all examinees.

PROGRAM MEAN

This is the average score of all examinees within your specified program type.

NATIONAL PERCENTILE RANK

This is the percentage of examinees who scored at or below your score.

PROGRAM PERCENTILE RANK

This is the percentage of examinees within your program type who scored at or below your score.

TOPICS TO REVIEW

Based on the questions missed on this assessment, a listing of content areas and topics to review is provided. A variety of learning resources can be used in the review process, including content, images, animations and videos in ATI’s Content Mastery Series® Review Modules, online practice assessments, and a focused review that is individualized to the questions missed.

 

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