Question 1 6 out of 6 pointsAccording to Higgins, nonprofit organizations have:Selected Answer: board and staff members with different goals and agendas.Question 2 6 out of 6 pointsManagers of nonprofit organizations must measure their success by:Selected Answer: their ability to achieve a mission and to meet their financial bottom
Question 1 6 out of 6 pointsHistorically, many NGOs had centralized structures that were pushed out to chapters as they wereestablished, but as growth extends into more geographically remote regions and diverse national andcultural settings, there is a trend toward for regional chapters or affiliates.Selected Answer: greater autonomyQuestion 2
Organized fund-raising and philanthropy on a massive scale is stillprimarily which country’s phenomenon? What is the largest portion of giving by individuals directed to? This is an activity undertaken with the goal of eliciting charitable orphilanthropic giving. This is the idea that companies make gifts that might not have
In this stage of the life cycle of a social change issue, analysts andadvocates look at the data and consider how the problem might beaddressed. 12. Question 5 6 out of 6 points 23.This is a formal, written document that states the mutualunderstandings of the donor and the organization.
1. What is the site for a Papanicolaou (Pap) test?a. Cervixb. Vaginal wallc. Uterusd. Fallopian tubes a 2. The nurse is interviewing a 52-year-old woman who reports irregular and decreased flow of menses for several months. Which question does the nurse ask the patient?a. “Is there any chance you
The nurse is developing a teaching plan for a client who is scheduled for her first Pap test. What instruction by the nurse is the most accurate? D. “Results are best if you do not douche 24 hours before the test.” The nurse is assessing the reproductive history of
1. A nurse instructor is teaching a student nurse about the factors that have increased the number of people with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) seen in practice. Which statement by the student indicates a lack of understanding? a. There are improved techniques to diagnose an STD used in practice.b.
1. A nurse instructor is teaching a student nurse about the factors that have increased the number of people with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) seen in practice. Which statement by the student indicates a lack of understanding?a. “There are improved techniques to diagnose an STD used in practice.”b. “There
After teaching a client who has stress incontinence, the nurse assesses the client’sunderstanding. Which statement made by the client indicates a need for additional teaching?a. “I will limit my total intake of fluids.”b. “I must avoid drinking alcoholic beverages.”c. “I must avoid drinking caffeinated beverages.”d. “I shall try to
Which symptom experienced by a woman in her 20s alerts the nurse to the possibility ofendometriosis?a. Bleeding between periodsb. Cessation of menstruationc. Premenstrual tension headached. Pain before the onset of menstrual flowANS: DPain is the most common symptom of endometriosis. The peak of pain usually occurs just beforethe menstrual