Common cognitive responses to a tramatic event include

 

Question 1

Common cognitive responses to a tramatic event include: (Select all that apply)

a. memory loss

b. confusion

c. excellent ability to concentrate

d. heightened ability to make decisions

Question 2

The first level of disaster response occurs at the local level with the mobilization of responders such as: (Select all that apply)

a. local clergy

b. fire department

c. law enforcement

d. public health

Question 3

The transmission of communicable diseases depends on the successful interaction of the following: (Select all that apply)

a. infectious agent

b. pesticides

c. the host

 

Question 1

Primary prevention (Select all that apply)

a. provides health promotion and education to prevent health problems in children

b. includes teaching healthy lifestyles

c. immunizing children for school entry

d. is limited to children ages from 8 to 12 years old

Question 2

Tertiary prevention in the schools: (Select all that apply)

a. is the continued care of children who need long-term health care services, along with education within the community

b. making health referrals

c. performing urinary catheterizations, dressing changes, peripheral or central line intravenous catheter maintenance

d. teaching another person in the school how to care for the child in case the nurse is not in the building when the child needs help

Question 3

The measurement of incidence: (Select all that apply)

a. describes the severity of a disease in young adults

b. does not take into consideration a specified time as part of an incidence rate

Question 1

The World Health Organization has defined a community as: (Select all that apply)

a. a group of people with the same annual per capita income

b. a group of people with the same community health issues

c. a group of people often living in a defined geographical area, who may share a common culture, values, and norms

d. a group of people arranged in a social structure according to relationships which the community has developed over a period of time

Question 2

The core functions of Public Health are: (Select all that apply)

a. assessment

b. policy development

c. assurance

d. public debate

Question 3

Methods for data collection in conducting a community assessment include: (Select all that apply)

Question 1

The Human Genome Project is an international research project, funded by the U.S. Congress in 1988 and completed in 2003, that has mapped all of the approximately:

25,000 genes in the human DNA

2, 500 genes in the human DNA

32,000 genes in human DNA

15,000 genes in the human DNA

Question 2

Among the Latino population in the United States, Latinos: (Select all that apply)

a. have a higher prevalence of diabetes than that of the general population

b. in migrant farmworker families have a lifestyle that makes it difficult to obtain proper nutrition, adhere to weight control measures, and procure continuity of health care and medication administration necessary for good diabetes control.

c. have higher rates of end-stage complications

d. have a record of better diabetes control that that of the general population

Question 3

Depression and stress are areas of concern among adult migrants.  This may be related to: (Select all that apply)

 

Question 1

Common cognitive responses to a tramatic event include: (Select all that apply)

a. memory loss

b. confusion

c. excellent ability to concentrate

d. heightened ability to make decisions

Question 2

The first level of disaster response occurs at the local level with the mobilization of responders such as: (Select all that apply)

a. local clergy

b. fire department

c. law enforcement

d. public health

Question 3

The transmission of communicable diseases depends on the successful interaction of the following: (Select all that apply)

 

Question 1

Healthy People 2020 include the following targeted national health objectives for mental health and mental disorders: (Select all that apply)

a. increase the proportion of persons with co-occurring substance abuse and mental disorders who receive treatment for both disorders

b. decrease the number of children with mental health problems who receive treatment

c. reduce the suicide rate

d. reduce the proportion of persons who experience major depressive episodes

Question 2

Poverty refers to: (Select all that apply)

a. having insufficient financial resources to meet basic living expenses

b. belonging to a homogenous population group

c. people who are more likely to live in dangerous environments

d. people who work in high risk jobs, and eat less nutritious foods

Question 3

At present, the following groups often constitute the homeless in both rural and urban areas: (Select all that apply)

a. single women

b. adolescent runaways

c. substance abusers

d. mentally-ill individuals

 

Module 1 Quiz  

Question 1

The World Health Organization has defined a community as: (Select all that apply)

a. a group of people with the same annual per capita income

b. a group of people with the same community health issues

c. a group of people often living in a defined geographical area, who may share a common culture, values, and norms

d. a group of people arranged in a social structure according to relationships which the community has developed over a period of time

Question 2

The core functions of Public Health are: (Select all that apply)

a. assessment

b. policy development

c. assurance

d. public debate

Question 3

Methods for data collection in conducting a community assessment include: (Select all that apply)

a. informant interviews

b. Windshield Surveys

c. participant observations

d. secondary analysis of existing data

Question 4

Question 1

Healthy People 2020 includes the following targeted national health objectives for mental health and mental disorders: (Select all that apply)

a. increase the proportion of persons with co-occurring substance abuse and mental disorders who receive treatment for both disorders

b. decrease the number of children with mental health problems who receive treatment

c. reduce the suicide rate

d. reduce the proportion of persons who experience major depressive episodes

Question 2

Poverty refers to: (Select all that apply)

a. having insufficient financial resources to meet basic living expenses

b. belonging to a homogenous population group

c. people who are more likely to live in dangerous environments

d. people who work in high risk jobs, and eat less nutritious foods

Question 3

At present, the following groups often constitute the homeless in both rural and urban areas: (Select all that apply)

 

Question 1

The World Health Organization has defined a community as: (Select all that apply)

a. a group of people with the same annual per capita income

b. a group of people with the same community health issues

c. a group of people often living in a defined geographical area, who may share a common culture, values, and norms

d. a group of people arranged in a social structure according to relationships which the community has developed over a period of time

Question 2

The core functions of Public Health are: (Select all that apply)

a. assessment

b. policy development

c. assurance

d. public debate

Question 3

Methods for data collection in conducting a community assessment include: (Select all that apply)

a. informant interviews

b. Windshield Surveys

c. participant observations

d. secondary analysis of existing data

 

QUESTION 1

Company sales invoices, census data, and trade association statistics are examples of:

Primary data

Imaginary data mines

Secondary data

Tertiary data

Exploratory data

QUESTION 2

The first step in the market research process is:

Analyzing the internal company database

Problem recognition

Determining the appropriate research design

Internal analysis

Reporting and limitations of the study

QUESTION 3

A major advantage of primary data collection is that it can be tailored to fit the pertinent research questions.