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Cannabis Science and Therapeutics

Delves into the scientific study of cannabis, its therapeutic applications, and the potential benefits and risks associated with its use in medicine.
















Because there is a continuing movement of very hot magma or molten materials under the ground and this is why the Philippines is rich in Nickel, copper and gold mines. What do you call the place which home to approximately 75% of the world’s active volcanoes.

  • Atlantic Ring of Fire
  • Pacific Ring of Volcanoes
  • Pacific Ring of Fire
  • Mayon Volcano

Which of these is NOT a variant of dried cannabis?

  • Sativa
  • Hybrid
  • Indica
  • Stevia

What is the most common early impairment in Alzheimer's disease?

  • Visuospatial
  • Executive
  • Processing Speed
  • Memory

What year did recreational become legal in Canada?

  • 2016
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2020

Caring for the number and amount of different species found in different parts of the world.

  • Bioprotection
  • Sustainability
  • Greenhouse effect
  • Biodiversity

What part of the cannabis plant is used to make clothing?

  • hemp

You can reduce the likelihood of the re-occurrence of an issue happening by doing a __________________.

  • Critical Control Analsyis
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Hazard Analysis
  • Critical Limit Detection

What is the main chemical ingredient of cannabis that creates a “high”

  • CBD
  • Acid
  • THC
  • ADB

True or False; If a product is destroyed or re-worked it must be documented.

  • True
  • False

What type of diagram is required for the Food Safety Plan and is also a helpful tool to describe processes?

  • Flow Diagram
  • Venn Diagram
  • Phase Diagram
  • Concept Map Diagram

Mathematics6. What is the term of the statistical measure of data dispersion in relation to the mean?

  • Mean
  • Standard Deviation
  • Mode
  • Variance
  • Range

What are three reasons cannabis use increases the chance of a car accident?

  • impaired judgment, improved motor skills, decreased balance
  • impaired judgment, reduced motor skills, decreased balance
  • reduced motor skills, increased ability to remember, clear and accurate perception of time and space
  • increased ability to remember, affected perception of time and space, increased balance

Which of these is NOT a common effect of smoking or ingesting cannabis?

  • Euphoria
  • Dry mouth
  • Fits of rage
  • Drowsiness

True or False; Gloves are an adequate substitute for handwashing.

  • True
  • False

What are three ways cannabis can affect cognitive abilities (thinking)?

  • Faster reaction time, reduced focus, increased ability to remember
  • Faster reaction time, increased focus, increased ability to remember
  • Slower reaction time, increased focus, decreased ability to remember
  • Slower reaction time, reduced focus, decreased ability to remember

_Select 3 key points to having a successful Food Safety Plan?

  • Organized, easily accessible, locked so only management can access
  • Organized, brief, difficult to understand
  • Lengthy, unorganized, super neat graphics
  • Easy to understand, organized, easily accessible to all employees

What is the most common early cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease?

  • Visuospatial
  • Executive
  • Processing Speed
  • Memory

True or False: Cannabis can delay brain development in children and young adults

  • True
  • False

Mathematics2. What Are Two Trigno-Metrical Ratios With Values That Cannot Exceed One?

  • Secant
  • Sine
  • Cosecant
  • Cosine

Has your knowledge of cannabis changed after this presentation? Name one thing you have learned that you did not know before about cannabis.

  • [No Answer]

It is the depletion of a species of fish from a body of water at a rate greater than that the species can replenish its population naturally, resulting in the species becoming increasingly underpopulated in that area.

  • Over Fishing
  • Fishkill
  • Coral Bleaching
  • Fish Culturing

_________________is the inability to communicate verbally, usually resulting from a neurologic disorder or injury or a psychiatric disorder.

  • Aphasia

Undeclared _________________ pose a serious risk to both consumer and the company.

  • Shipping Address
  • Safety Zones
  • Price
  • Allergens/Ingreedients

What are three ways consuming cannabis can affect the body?

  • Quickened pulse rate, red eyes, and hunger
  • Red eyes, blue toes, and slower pulse rate
  • Hunger, exhaustion, and loss of feeling in toes
  • Slower pulse rate, red eyes, and hunger

Which therapies are proven to improve outcomes in acute ICH?

  • Platelet transfusion
  • Acute SBP lowering < 140
  • Craniotomy
  • IV tPA
  • N/A

Who can Initiate a recall?

  • The FDA
  • The Company Itself
  • The State
  • All the above

What is NOT considered as a Renewable energy source?

  • Solar radiation
  • Electricity
  • Wind
  • Geothermal

Which of the following is the primary cause for recalls?

  • Microbial Contamination
  • Adulterated Product
  • Labeling Errors
  • Metal Shavings in Product

True or False; Sometimes a press release is necessary in the event of a large recall.

  • True
  • False

Which of the following is true about delivering a difficult diagnosis?

  • The provider should avoid betraying an emotional response
  • It important to “push past” the patients’ emotional expressions to focus on the facts of the case
  • Receiving a negative diagnosis is psychologically harmful to the patient
  • Medical terminology should be avoided unless necessary to promote understanding
  • The provider should get to the point (the diagnosis and plan) as quickly as possible

Before implementing a Food Safety Plan, what must be completed first?

  • FDA approval (in writing)
  • Hazard Analysis
  • Water Quality Check
  • An exam

Biological Hazards are defined as;

  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Parasites
  • Environmental Pathogens
  • All the above

The required validation for verification procedures should be completed ____________________.

  • Whenever it gets done
  • Before the food safety plan is implemented
  • After the food safety olan is implemented
  • Within 90 days of production
  • Before the food safety plan is implemented and within 90 days of production.

Which of the following are required preventative controls?

  • Process Preventative Controls
  • Food Allergen Preventative Controls
  • Sanitation Preventative Controls
  • Supply Chain Preventative Controls
  • All the above

True or False; A Hazard Analysis must be completed regardless of the outcome.

  • True
  • False

Science1. How many water and carbon dioxide molecules are needed for photosynthesis?

  • Both 5
  • Both 6
  • Both 7
  • H2O is 5 and CO2 is 6
  • H20 is 6 and CO2 is 7

Which of the following image is considered as a renewable energy?

  • Image:
  • Image:
  • Image:
  • Image:

Raw materials and ingredients should be stored ___________________________________.

  • In a way that prevents cross-contamination
  • Where there is space
  • In a secret place only you can find them
  • Unlabeled

Name 3 different nicknames for cannabis

  • [No Answer]

what are some conditions that affect microbial growth?

  • Time
  • Temperature
  • PH
  • Water Activity
  • Atomspheric Conditions
  • All the above

The Nurse is interviewing a client during admission to the hospital and the client gives information that is unclear to the nurse. What statement made by the nurse best demonstrates "seeking clarification"?

  • "I don't know what you are talking about."
  • "What did you say?"
  • "We can move on to something else."
  • "Would you please explain what you meant?"

Which of the following is an unaided communication system?

  • Paper and pencil
  • Speech generating Device
  • Sign Language
  • Smartphone

What are two ways of consuming cannabis?

  • smoking and throwing
  • throwing and eating
  • vaping and smoking
  • eating and washing

________________ communication is that which stops the communication process or is perceived as a threat by the client.

  • nontherapeutic

Mathematics8. Complete The Fibonacci Sequences 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34?

  • 55

When does information need to be recorded?

  • Directly after you complete a task
  • While you are completing a task
  • Before you complete the task
  • Once a week if you have a good memory

What is considered the most common and debilitating symptom per the majority of MS patients in the research?

  • Weakness
  • Pain
  • Fatigue
  • Cognitive impairment

Are endospores (aka spores) harder or easier to kill than vegetative cells?

  • Easier
  • Harder

Which technology has been well documented in literature to demonstrate functional benefits in voice, articulation and intelligibility?

  • SpeechVive
  • LSVT
  • Expiratory Muscle Trainers
  • Buck Rogers Walkie Talkies

True or False; All microorganisms are pathogenic (bad).

  • True
  • False

Upper management should be committed to resources to support a(n) _______________ and ______________ Food Safety Plan?

  • Expensive, non-executable
  • Easy, simple
  • Realistic, executable
  • Difficult, irrational

True or False; Writing "May Contain" (or similar phrasing) on a label is an acceptable substitute for appropriate GMP's.

  • True
  • False

Process Preventative Controls (PPC's) are applied to the processing step are often called ___________________________.

  • Critical Control Points (CCP's)
  • Hazard Anlaysis (HA)
  • Public Announcements (PA)
  • Personal Protection Equiptment (PPE)

What does HAACP stand for?

  • Hazardous Analysis Critical Company Progress
  • Hazardous Analysis Critical Control Points
  • Hard Analysis Can Continuously Prevent
  • Hazardous Analysis and Critical Company Procedures

A hazard is determined by what two factors?

  • Liklihood and severity
  • Likihood and amount
  • Time and severity
  • Time and amount of product involved

Caregiver stress is an under-recognized and undertreated health risk that can lead to poor outcomes for both caregivers and patients with dementia.

  • True
  • False

Hygienic Zoning involves _______________________________.

  • Cleaning your teeth at work
  • Seperating raw from finished product
  • Washing your hands in your work zone
  • Cleaning different workstations periodically

Which of the following statements is false regarding ATYPICAL forms of AD?

  • Patients are generally younger than 65 years
  • Atypical patients make up about 40% of AD cases
  • Hippocampal atrophy may be absent
  • Cortical atrophy may be more focal

What is the follow up action to identifying a hazard during the HAACP?

  • Identify if that hazards requires a preventative control and identify that control
  • Hope that the hazard goes unnoticed and that it doesnt result in injury
  • Identify if the hazard requires a preventative control but do not document it
  • Tell employees about the hazard via word of mouth and do not doccument it

Which of the following is NOT a non-motor symptom associated with neurodegenerative disease:

  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Tremor
  • Apathy

§It is usually termed as the atmospheric condition of a specific area. It also involves other factors that could affect atmospheric parameters.

  • Atmosphere
  • Weather
  • Climate
  • Geosphere

Which of the following new agents was the first disease modifying therapy to show positive benefit in primary progressive multiple sclerosis in clinical trials?

  • Daclizumab
  • Alemtuzumab
  • Ocrelizumab
  • Siponimod
  • Ofatumumab

What is the approximately time from stroke onset to catheter based intervention (thrombectomy) for effectivness?

  • 3 hours
  • 4.5 hours
  • 6 hours
  • 7 hours
  • 12 hours

________________ should be in place before a Food Safety Plan is developed because it is the foundation to the plan and is considered a "pre-requisite".

  • Safety
  • Hazards
  • Allergen Control
  • GMPs/SOP's

What percentage of Ontario youth (aged grade 7-12) have reported smoking cannabis at least once

  • 22%
  • 53%
  • 40%
  • 28%

Atrophy of which of the following layers on conventional optical coherence tomography (OCT) has been shown to mirror whole brain atrophy in patients with MS?

  • Outer plexiform layer
  • Photoreceptor inner segment
  • Inner nuclear layer
  • Ganglion cell + inner plexiform layer
  • Retinal pigment epithelium

True or False; Employees who feel ill but do not have a fever are okay to work.

  • True
  • False

When evaluating the severity of food safety hazards, what should be considered?

  • Magnitude of illness or injury
  • Duration of illness or injury
  • Susceptibility of intended consumers
  • Possbile secondary problems
  • All the above

Science5. What is the title of Darwin's theory of evolution, which was published in 1859?

  • On the Origin of Species

What is a required step for Allergen Cross Contact Prevention?

  • Thoroughly cleaning instruments and tools in between allergen and non-allergen runs
  • Dedicating some tools and equiptment for allergen products only
  • All the above
  • None of the above

Science10. What is Carolus Linnaeus known for?

  • Taxonomy

The nurse is caring for a young child who appears frightened. What activity can the nurse perform with the child to determine what the child is feeling?

  • play dominoes
  • draw pictures
  • read a story
  • watch a movie

When should employees wash their hands?

  • When they have some free time
  • Once a day before the shift starts
  • Every time they walk away from a workstation and when they start a new task
  • Only before and after they eat

When does the food Safety Plan Re-Analysis be completed (at minimum?

  • Every 3 years
  • Every year
  • Every 5 years
  • Every quarter

What percentage of Alzheimer disease patients are not informed of their diagnosis?

  • 10%
  • 20%
  • 30%
  • 40%
  • 50%

What is the first step your company should take when designing a Food Safety Plan?

  • Determine who is doing to be responsible for documentation
  • Identify hazards and write a detailed hazard analysis (HAACP)
  • Identify allergens only and block those areas off
  • Be extremely cautious

What is another name for cannabis?

  • marijuana

Equipment and utensils should be ________________________________________________.

  • Be thouroughly cleaned once a week
  • Stored where only you can find them
  • Be thrown away after each use
  • Cleanable and maintained for both food contact surfaces and non-food contact areas

True of False: Dual Task Testing is vital because it provides more information of real world performance and of potential for adverse events such as falls.

  • True
  • False

True or False; The likelihood of a hazard varies amongst facilities, even among those who produce similar products?

  • True
  • False

What are the two main allergens that KCC should acknowledge?

  • Honey and butane
  • Linalool and cannabis oil
  • Essential oil and eggs
  • Tree nuts and honey

A school of thought where in current occupants or resource users will only meet their needs without compromising the ability of the next generation to utilize the same set of resources.

  • Sustainability
  • Environmental Science
  • Waste management
  • Global Improvement

A _________________ is defined as any biological, chemical, or physical agent that has the potential to cause injury, illness, or death.

  • Disinfectatnt
  • Allergen
  • Hazard
  • Danger Zone

BONUS: Do your best drawing of a cannabis leaf!

  • [No Answer]

What can happen when using cannabis too long?

  • addiction

The 2015 MDS Clinical Diagnostic Criteria for Parkinson's disease include all of the following EXCEPT:

  • Retained motor parkinsonism as the core feature (bradykinesia plus rest tremor or rigidity)
  • Postural instability
  • Increasing recognition to non-motor manifestations

A kind of compound that absorbs radiant energy preventing it from returning back to space.

  • Ecological Niche
  • Climate
  • Carrying capacity
  • Greenhouse gases

What is the first ever source of non-renewable energy discovered by man?

  • coal

Which of the following the classes is considered the most serious in a food recall?

  • Class I
  • Class II
  • Class III
  • All are equal

True or False; The notion that "it hasn't happened to us" is a valid reason for excluding a potential hazard?

  • True
  • False

It is a renewable organic material that comes from plants and animals and converted to energy through various process thru direct combustion, Thermochemical conversion , Chemical conversion and Biological conversion to produce liquid and gaseous fuels.

  • Biomass

When conducting a preliminary assessment of the client, what action ensures that the nurse has understood all relevant information provided by the client?

  • Echo the client's words
  • Record all information on tape
  • Document all the information
  • Paraphrase the information

Should the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant be Refurbished?

  • Image:
  • Image:
  • Image:

The nurse is assessing a client at the healthcare facility. Which therapeutic communication technique helps to communicate to the client that the nurse has understood the client's problem?

  • clarification
  • reflection
  • summarization
  • paraphrasing

True or False; A written hazard analysis is required for all products?

  • True
  • False

Amyloid imaging is appropriate in any of the following:

  • Patients with persistent or progressive unexplained MCI
  • To determine dementia severity
  • Patients with progressive dementia and atypically early age of onset (65 years or less in age)
  • Asymptomatic individuals
  • All of the above
  • A and C
  • B and D

What type of energy source that is a renewable energy because heat is continuously produced inside the earth.

  • Solar Energy
  • Wind Energy
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Nuclear Energy

A group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding.

  • Species
  • Population
  • Community
  • Ecosystem

What is the most common way to use cannabis

  • Eating
  • Smoking
  • Snorting
  • Injecting

Label Review is a two step process. Those two steps are;

  • Checking the label for accuracy after it has been placed on the product and checking accuracy by calling the consumers
  • Checking the labels while labeling and checking accuracy by calling the consumer
  • Checking accuracy upon label recipet and through calling to confirm with consumers
  • Checking the label accuracy upon reciept and also checking while labeling the product

What are the verbal barriers to communication? _Select all that apply

  • offering empty reassurances
  • offering empty reassurances
  • changing the subject
  • disapproving of or judging the client
  • voicing personal experiences

Should the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant be Refurbished? Why yes? and why not?

  • [No Answer]

A type of resource that can be perpetually or can be used forever as long as the Earth is alive.

  • renewable

Botulinum toxin is Indicated for all of the following movement disorders EXCEPT:

  • Sialorrhea
  • Dystonia
  • Spasticity
  • Spasmodic dysphonia
  • Motor Neuron Disease

What is the psychoactive component of cannabis?

  • THC

Facial expressions convey messages of many emotions, such as joy, sadness, anger, and fear.

  • True
  • False

What is most dried cannabis you can carry on your person at any given time in Ontario?

  • 28 grams
  • 30 grams
  • 100 grams
  • 50 grams

Mathematics4. This is the level of measurement when the variables' qualities are measured on specified numerical scores or values and the distances between them are equal.

  • Nominal
  • Interval
  • Ordinal
  • Terminal
  • Cardinal

Who/What is not considered a good resource when developing a Food Safety Plan?

  • Reliable internet sites such as CDC and FSPCA
  • Personnel
  • White papers and abstracts
  • FDA guidance documents

____________contact means looking directly into the eyes of the other person.

  • eye

Science3. He proposed the trait inheritance law, which states that traits are passed on from one generation to the next.Hint: He was an Augustinian monk at St. Thomas's Abbey.

  • Walther Flemming
  • Rudolf Virchow
  • Louis Pasteur
  • Gregor Mendel
  • Theodor Schwann

What is the age of legality when buying recreational cannabis in Ontario?

  • 19
  • 18
  • 21
  • 12
  • 20

What is NOT a main sources of energy during the industrial revolution?

  • Coal
  • Steam
  • Wind
  • Oil

True or False; Any, and all use of a pesticide, regardless of when it is used in the process must be registered with the EPA.

  • True
  • False

What part of the plant is cannabis made from?

  • mostly roots/bulbs
  • mostly stems
  • mostly seeds
  • mostly leaves/flowers

Mathematics9. What is another term for the circle's perimeter?

  • The Circumference

The maximum population of a biological species or group of population that can be sustained by a specific environment, given resources available on it.

  • Ecological Niche
  • Climate
  • Carrying capacity
  • Greenhouse gases

Which of the following is/are factor(s) that affect the likely occurrence of a hazard?

  • Ingredients used
  • Transporation conditions
  • Storage conditions
  • Preparation steps
  • All the above

Science7. The objective of this reaction is to capture solar energy and break down water molecules into ATP and NADPH.

  • Light-Dependent Reaction

Product disposition can mean ________________.

  • Re-working
  • Re-labeling
  • Diverting
  • Destruction
  • All the above

An _________________is a goal-directed conversation in which one person seeks information from another.

  • interview

A ___________________ must be taken when the process preventative controls are not properly implemented?

  • Immediate Reaction
  • Delayed Reaction
  • Critical Limit
  • Corrective Action

Allergen Preventative Controls are required to ____________________________________________.

  • Prevent cross contact with non-allergen containing food
  • Label the product
  • Prevent cross contact with non-allergen containing food and accuratly labeling the product
  • Allergen preventative controls are NOT required

North Wind Power Development Corporation (NPDC) spearheaded the development and construction of the 70-meter wind farm in Bangui Bay in Ilocos Norte in 2005. What type of renewable energy source presented in this image??

  • Wind Mill

True or False; Containers that house product do not have to be checked for contamination, they are assumed safe.

  • True
  • False

Identify the type of energy source coming from moving water?

  • Geothermal Energy
  • Solar Energy
  • Liquid flowing Electrical Energy
  • Hydropower Electric Energy

What is the definition of Food Allergen Cross Contact?

  • Handling an allergen containing product and then handling a non-allergen containing product
  • When bacteria and mold infect foods
  • Handling raw food products and then handeling RTE (ready to eat) food products

2 Types of Natural Resources

  • Recyclable and Nonrecyclable Natural Resources
  • Limited and Unlimited Resources
  • Renewable and Nonrenewable Natural Resources
  • Toxic and Nontoxic Resources

Supply Chain Programs are linked to _________________________.

  • Consumers
  • The FDA website
  • The Hazard Analysis
  • Recall plan

When bottling allergen and non-allergen containing products, which should be bottled first?

  • Doesn't matter
  • The non-allergen product
  • The allergen product

True or False; Consumer complaints should be considered when identifying potential hazards.

  • True
  • False