<span>She was one of the first to advocate for school nursing (choice B). Through this concept, having nurses on hand to help the students should they become ill, she was able to assure that students were attending school and not experiencing chronic absenteeism.</span>
They demonstrated that dissonance created by hypocrisy can change both attitudes and behaviors.
"As originally formulated (Festinger, 1957), cognitive dissonance is induced when a person holds two contradictory beliefs, or when a belief is incongruent with an action that the person had chosen freely to perform. Because this situation produces feelings of discomfort, the individual strives to change one of the beliefs or behaviors in order to avoid being inconsistent. Hypocrisy is a special case of cognitive dissonance, produced when a person freely chooses to promote a behavior that they do not themselves practice."
Reference: O'Leary, Ann. “Teaching Tip Sheet: Cognitive Dissonance.” American Psychological Association, American Psychological Association, 2019
With the help of an assistive personnel, the nurse has repositioned the client from a left lateral to a right lateral position. The clients daughter asks why the nurse keeps her father lying on his side. Which of the following rationales should the nurse give the family member? Posterior segment of the left upper lobe.