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Public Health

A field dedicated to protecting the health of populations through disease prevention, health promotion, and the improvement of healthcare systems and policies.

















Who designed London's sewer system?

  • Edwin Chadwick
  • John Snow
  • William Farr
  • Joseph Bazalgette
  • Louis Pasteur

What vitamin deficiencies are a major public health concern

  • vitamin d
  • iron
  • vitamin a
  • vitamin c
  • vitamin c

Which of these approaches allows doctors to consult with each other and with patients in real-time, at a distance?

  • Store and send
  • Send and save
  • Store and forward
  • Interactive videoconferencing

Name the approach in which the pathologist sees images on a monitor instead of under a microscope.

  • Teleradiology
  • Telepathology
  • Interactive radiology
  • None of the above

Communal public ___________ were built in all towns.

  • Toilets

Hospitals and medical staff must fulfil their duty of providing the necessary

  • vaccine
  • medicine
  • treatment
  • money

State any two nutritional programmes in India ?

  • [No Answer]

keratinization and xerosis are caused due to ........

  • vitamin a deficiency

What method of approach is used to tackle nutritional problems

  • short term approach
  • long term approach
  • both short term and long term approach
  • none of these

Telemedicine projects in prisons have been found to _____________________.

  • Improve health care
  • Cut costs
  • Improve security
  • All of the above

The government must _______ the Right to Life of every person.

  • abandon
  • decrease
  • increase
  • safeguard

Please give your feedback

  • [No Answer]

Which action by home health nurses is crucial because of current national health care goals?

  • Administer medications and treatments correctly and safely.
  • Document the savings and benefits of home care services.
  • Guide a group to an appropriate resource to best meet their needs.
  • Teach an ill persons family how to promote self-care.

A theory is a set of interrelated concepts, definitions, and propositions that present a systematic view of events or situations by specifying relations among variables in order to explain and predict the events or situation.

  • True
  • False

______________________technology involves sharing information in a time and place, independent way over the Internet.

  • Store and send
  • Send and save
  • Store and forward
  • Independent videoconferencing

Behavior is viewed as being affected by, and affecting, what?

  • Health education
  • Ecological perspective
  • Health promotion
  • Multiple levels of influence

Which of these marked an end to laissez faire by the government?

  • 1848 Public Health Act
  • 1858 'Great Stink'
  • 1875 Public Health Act
  • 1852 compulsory smallpox vaccination

Out of what money do we get the services of government?

  • Taxes
  • Donation
  • PM
  • CM

How does a community/public health nurse provide indirect care to clients in homes, clinics, senior citizen centers, schools, prisons, homeless shelters, and other living environments?

  • Being employed in community settings such as outpatient clinics
  • Providing anticipatory guidance and health promotion activities to community members
  • Providing care in mobile vans to citizens in their own neighborhoods
  • Being involved on a political action committee to create new client services

Why are government and health centers linked?

  • They are linked together so that they cover both rural and urban areas and can also provide treatment to all kinds of problems.
  • They are linked together so that they cover rural areas and can also provide treatment to all kinds of problems
  • They are linked together so that they cover urban areas and can also provide treatment to all kinds of problems
  • They are linked together so that they cover rural areas and can also provide treatment to all some of problems

what term is used to refer to micronutrient deficiency ?

  • hidden hunger

vitamin a plays an important role in

  • growth
  • brain development
  • bone development
  • all of the these

Which of the following statements is the most accurate description of a client who has received a diagnosis of hypersensitivity?

  • He or she gets his or her feelings hurt frequently.
  • His or her skin burns very easily from sunlight.
  • He or she reacts to much smaller doses of chemicals than do most people.
  • He or she experiences an allergic reaction.

What is Full Form of PHC?

  • Public Health Center
  • Private Health Center
  • Primary Health Center
  • Primary Healing Center
  • Private Healing Center

Why would a nurse choose to be an active member of several professional associations?

  • To be able to spend time with friends and colleagues
  • To be part to the organizations annual convention/conference
  • To be part of the decision-making and political action activities
  • To be able to have professional development opportunities

When faced with an ethical conflict about limited resources and unlimited need, which action is the most just?

  • Giving care to clients whose needs most closely match the nurses abilities
  • Giving care to whichever prospective clients ask for care first
  • Working as hard as possible and not worrying about it
  • Trying to achieve the outcome of the greatest good for the greatest number of persons

Principles are correctly described below by all of the following except...

  • They are general guidelines for actions
  • In their best form, theya re basis for hypotheses
  • They are broad and nonspecific and may actually distort realities or results based on research
  • A.Often informed by more than one theory, as well as by empirical findings

What is one of the most prevalent and noxious pollutants in modern America?

  • Noise
  • Sewage in septic tanks
  • Unsafe discarded medications
  • Unsafe water

Which of the following actions represents primary prevention by the nurse who wishes to be a good community member?

  • Encouraging limitation of activity when air pollution is high
  • Obtaining occupational health histories for all new clinic admissions
  • Screening toddlers attending the clinic for lead poisoning
  • Supporting programs for waste reduction and recycling

A formal theory is...

  • More reality than ideal
  • More ideal than reality

A nurse wanted to increase the safety of a family with a small toddler. Which of the following would be a secondary prevention measure in relation to poisoning?

  • Assessing for hazardous materials in the home and suggesting that these materials be kept in a locked cabinet over the refrigerator
  • Encouraging the family to minimize the use of household chemicals and pesticides
  • Encouraging the family to use household chemicals only when proper ventilation is available
  • Printing stickers for the parents to attach to the phone with the telephone number of the nearest poison control center

What type of word is 'assess'?

  • Noun
  • Adjective
  • Verb
  • Adverb

patients will have to deal with issues of diabetes such as

  • long-term health complications
  • health insurance concerns
  • social discrimination
  • obesity
  • obesity

public health folks put their healthpromotion and disease _____missionto work

  • prevention

This refers to the actions of individuals, groups, and organizations, as well as their determinants, correlates, and consequences, including social change, policy development, and implementation, improved coping skills, and enhanced quality of life.

  • Health promotion
  • Multiple levels of influence
  • Health behavior
  • Ecological perspective

Which of these methods involves the sending of radiological images in digital form over telecommunications lines?

  • Teleradiology
  • Telekinetics
  • Both A and B
  • None of the above

When a community/public health nurse cannot meet a need of the client, it is most appropriate for the nurse to

  • Encourage the client to pay someone to meet that need.
  • Inform the client that insurance will not pay for the care.
  • Refer the client to a person or agency that may be able to provide assistance.
  • Suggest that the client discuss the need with the physician.

Among other variables, upon what does damage from a specific chemical depend?

  • The dose
  • The environmental factors
  • The toxicology
  • The virulence and infectivity

the mission of public health nutrition is to prevent both ......... and ............

  • undernutrition and overnutrition

Efficient ______________ carried away sewage and waste water.

  • Drainage Systems

What is the full form of FAO

  • food and agricultural organisation
  • fast agricultural organisation
  • full agricultural organisation
  • food assocation organisation

What is vaccination?

  • [No Answer]

xerophthalmia is caused due to

  • vitamin c deficiency
  • vitamin a surplus
  • iron deficiency
  • vitamin a deficiency

What is the appropriate approach for the community/public health nurse in balancing individual privacy and autonomy and the communities needs for safety and security?

  • Fulfill agency policies first.
  • Implement professional standards of nursing practice.
  • Seek a balance between individuals needs and the communities needs.
  • Remember that group needs outrank individual needs.

public health activities in prevention of diseases

  • ower the prices ofhealthier foods and beverages in schoolcafeterias
  • build community sidewalks trailsand bike lanes to promote exercise
  • prescribe medications

Which of the following information would the nurse document when conducting an exposure assessment with a client?

  • The chemicals used at work or in hobbies
  • The substances used to clean the house or keep the yard/garden beautiful
  • The home, work site, and neighborhood
  • The environmental and psychological stress that is encountered

What are public health services?

  • The public health service is a chain of health centers and hospitals run by government.
  • The public health service is a cycle of health centers and hospitals run by government.
  • The public health service is a metal of health centers and hospitals run by government.
  • The public health service is a steel of health centers and hospitals run by government.

_____________ saves patients by speeding diagnosis, so tht tPA can be given within a few hours if appropriate.

  • TeleStroke
  • Teleoncology
  • Telecardiology
  • Telepsychiatry

Any activity is undertaken by an individual who believes himself (or herself) to be healthy, for the purpose of preventing or detecting illness in an asymptomatic state.

  • Healthly behavior
  • Illness behavior
  • Sick role behavior
  • Preventive health behavior

simple thingslike------can help prevent the onset of diabetes

  • healthy diet
  • regular exercise
  • sedentary lifestyle

Which word means 'very different'?

  • Disapparate
  • Disparate
  • Desperate
  • Disintegrate

Constructs are the major components of a theory – they are its building blocks or primary elements.

  • True
  • False

How many levels of influence for health-related behaviors and conditions have been identified?

  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6

When did the building of the London Sewer begin?

  • 1837
  • 1842
  • 1848
  • 1854
  • 1858

In what year was the National Board Of Health established by the first Public Health Act disbanded?

  • 1837
  • 1842
  • 1848
  • 1854
  • 1858

What is Public Health?

  • NHS
  • Measures taken by government to look after the health of its people
  • Measure taken to provide a certain standard of care
  • Something invented by the Greeks

How were they able to make the link between hygiene and health?

  • By observing what seemed to cause ill health, and then taking preventative methods against the causes of illness.
  • By observing what seemed to cause bad public health, and then taking preventative methods against the causes of illness.
  • By observing what seemed to cause ill health, and then taking weird methods against the causes of illness

Any activity is undertaken by an individual who considers himself to be ill, for the purpose of getting well. It includes receiving treatment from medical providers, generally involves a whole range of dependent behaviors, and leads to some degree of exemption from one's usual responsibilities.

  • Illness behavior
  • Preventive health behavior
  • Sick role behavior
  • Denial behavior

Why is it necessary for public health nurses to attend community health planning meetings?

  • To network with other community groups
  • To protect the health of special interest groups
  • To coordinate case management efforts
  • To seek advice from others in the community

Any activity is undertaken by an individual who perceives himself to be ill, to define the state of health, and to discover a suitable remedy.

  • Sick role behavior
  • Illness behavior
  • Denial behavior
  • Reciprocal behavior

When the nurse is caring for a family or a community, it is important that the nurse provide care that is

  • Similar to that described in the textbook or procedure manual
  • Consistent with agency policies
  • Inexpensive
  • Culturally congruent

A community/public health nurse may ignore an individuals wishes in which of the following circumstances?

  • Caring for a client with tuberculosis who refuses treatment
  • Educating a client who adds salt to food while following a cardiac diet
  • Discovering that a client drinks wine before dinner every night
  • Finding evidence that the client may be smoking marijuana

Who wrote "Report on the Sanitary conditions of the Labouring Population" in 1842?

  • Edwin Chadwick
  • John Snow
  • William Farr
  • Joseph Bazalgette
  • Louis Pasteur

Many telemedicine programs have been found to be effective. But _______ is not.

  • Distance monitoring of problem pregnancies
  • Telehome care
  • Telemedicine in prisons
  • Teletriage programs run by tlenurses

What does a Primary Health Centre (PHC) do?

  • Supervise Village Health Worker
  • Assist Village Health Worker
  • Supervise City Health Worker

Which of these verbs means 'to restrain'?

  • Recover
  • Surge
  • Reuse
  • Curb

Which of the following events marked the beginning of the most outstanding improvements in public health?

  • Discovery of antibiotics
  • Creation of safe water purification and sewer systems
  • Implementation of surgery as a clean procedure in the operating rooms
  • Physician education on the benefits of hand-washing between procedures

Edwin Chadwick published his 'Report on the sanitary conditions of the labouring population' in what year?

  • 1852
  • 1853
  • 1854
  • 1855

Which of the following groups is most likely to experience an unintentional injury resulting from a fall?

  • Adults who are always in a hurry, rushing from here to there
  • Adults who are older than 65 years
  • Toddlers who are just learning to walk
  • Young children who run around without looking where they are going

In what year was the Great Stink?

  • 1837
  • 1842
  • 1848
  • 1854
  • 1858

What does a Primary Health Centre (PHC) cover?

  • Such a center covers many villages in a rural area.
  • Such a center covers few villages in a rural area.
  • Such a center covers many cities in a rural area.
  • Such a center covers many towns in a rural area.

Between individuals and their environments; that is, behavior both influences and is influenced by the social environment.

  • Sick role behavior
  • Illness behavior
  • Reciprocal causation
  • Preventive health behavior

Any combination of health education and related organizational, economic, and environmental supports for the behavior of individuals, groups, or communities conducive to health.

  • Ecological perspective
  • Health Promotion
  • Preventive health behavior
  • MMultiple levels of influence

At the district level is the ____________ Hospital that also supervises all the health centers.

  • District

A community/public health nurse is best defined as a nurse who

  • Applies concepts and knowledge from nursing and public health.
  • Gives care to families in the community.
  • Has a baccalaureate and previous experience in community health.
  • Is employed outside of an acute care setting.

In 1853 the government lifted the tax on _____ to make it more affordable.

  • soap

Which of the following is the most appropriate secondary prevention approach when a nurse is working in a community with known high lead levels?

  • Educating parents about avoiding purchasing toys painted with lead-based paint
  • Screening all minority children
  • Educating parents about early signs of lead poisoning
  • Screening all children who are living in poverty

12. What is the nurses most appropriate action when it becomes apparent that another agency is needed to help a family best meet their health needs?

  • Call the other agency to set up care for the family.
  • Give the family information to initiate contact with the other agency.
  • Report the need to the community/public health nurses supervisor for action.
  • Write a letter to the appropriate agency suggesting that it contact the family.

(1) physiotherapist comes under secondary health care(2) optician comes under tertiary health care

  • (1) and (2) are true
  • (1) is true and (2) is false
  • (1) is false and (2) is true
  • (1) and (2) are false

what are the consequences of malnutrition

  • [No Answer]

Respondents who have worn masks during the pandemic said that it relieved their ________? (Hint: rearrange these letters - N T A X Y I E)

  • Anxiety

John Snow proved that public health could improve if what was made better?

  • Water supply
  • Housing
  • Hospitals
  • Sewers

___________________ treats skin rashes at a distance.

  • TeleStroke
  • Telecardiology
  • Teleoncology
  • Teledermatology

One of the most successful telemedicine programs links hospitalized premature infants with their parents at home. What is the name of this program?

  • Telebaby
  • Computer parenting
  • Telepreemie
  • Bay CareLink

A nurse assessed the home while visiting a home care client. What would be an appropriate primary intervention in relation to burns?

  • Assessing the client for evidence of environmental hazards
  • Encouraging the clients family to install a smoke detector
  • Encouraging the whole family to practice stop, drop, and roll exercises
  • Suggesting that the family purchase a first aid kit with first aid information

Which of these points of view do you most agree with?

  • It is acceptable for the government to use behavioral science to influence people's behavior
  • It is only acceptable for the government to use behavioral science to influence people's behavior in extreme circumstances
  • It is never acceptable for the government to use behavioral science to influence people's behavior

A remote house call by a visiting nurse is an example of ______________________.

  • Telepathology
  • Teleradiology
  • Video teleconferencing
  • None of the above

Spell the one word for :- composition of law(bonus!)

  • Constitution

According to the research cited, which factor is most likely to result in prosocial behaviour?

  • Fear
  • Altruism
  • Trust in scientists
  • Perception of social norms

Why do European countries have less of a problem with regulating chemical toxicity than the United States?

  • European countries can afford more chemical products to increase their life span and comfort.
  • The United States is more technologically advanced, with more new chemicals to help with health care.
  • The United States has more resources to purchase new chemical interventions for clinical problems.
  • European countries require product manufacturers to prove that their products are safe.

The Mr. Yuk educational campaign and the practice of routinely dispensing medications in childproof containers are examples of

  • Primary prevention programs that have had little effect on poisoning deaths.
  • Primary prevention programs that have notably decreased deaths from poisoning.
  • Secondary prevention programs that have had little effect on poisoning deaths.
  • Secondary prevention programs that have notably decreased deaths from poisoning.

____________________ technology can link devices such as a pace maker and a cell phone.

  • WiFi
  • Satelite
  • Bluetooth
  • None of the above

What is the name of the policy where the government does not get involved in peoples' lives?

  • laissez faire

A nurse includes well-being in her definition of health. What will the focus be when the nurse provides care to a family confronting the imminent death of a family member?

  • Sharing the nurses knowledge of the physiology behind the clients symptoms and the appropriate interventions for comfort
  • Administering pain medication so that the client can be kept comfortable
  • Reinforcing the need for the whole family to adapt to the impending death
  • Discussing the perceived meaning of life with the family

Type the full form of TB(bonus question to change your place in leaderboard)

  • tuberculosis

Who used birth and death statistics to prove a link between poverty, dirt and ill health?

  • Edwin Chadwick
  • John Snow
  • William Farr
  • Joseph Bazalgette
  • Louis Pasteur

To what does the term environmental justice refer?

  • Applying environmental laws equally throughout the country
  • Being fair (or just) in relation to how the costs of environmental pollution cleanup are distributed
  • Putting the most environmental pollution waste in the already polluted sites (known as Superfund sites)
  • Recognizing that environmental risks are disproportionately high for low-income and minority populations who live in more highly polluted neighborhoods

Which document is helpful in describing competent and appropriate nursing care in the community?

  • Community Health: Standards of Nursing
  • Healthy People 2020
  • The Joint Commission: The Comprehensive Accreditation Manual
  • Public Health Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice

India is said to face .............................. of malnutrition

  • the double burden

______________________________uses computers and telecommunications equipment to deliver medical care at a distance.

  • Medical Informatics
  • Telemedicine
  • Computer Informatics
  • None of the above

Theories are abstract and are like...

  • A slice of pizza
  • A building block
  • An empty coffee cup
  • A cell phone

insulin to help him meet his targetblood sugar levels

  • f
  • t

Which ethical principle might be difficult for the community/public health nurse to implement?

  • Nonmaleficence
  • Beneficence
  • Justice
  • Respect for autonomy

What is the role of doctor?

  • treats your disease
  • make sure youstay healthy
  • promote health and prevent disease

Which of these is NOT true about the 1848 Public Health Act?

  • It was prompted by an outbreak of Cholera
  • It was compulsory for councils to follow the advice
  • It stated that councils appoint medical officers
  • It was designed to improve health conditions

Public ___________ were built which charged minimal entrance fees.

  • Bathhouses

What is the full form of icds

  • integrated child developmental services

A nurse was very concerned about an elderly client who took care of himself in his own apartment. On the basis of statistics, which behavior would cause the nurse to be most concerned about his safety?

  • The man frequently went on long walks through the neighborhood.
  • The man often ate at the all you can eat buffet, sometimes spending several hours there.
  • The man often tripped over the rug in front of the sink.
  • The man smoked from the time he got up until he went to bed.

What, in basic terms, do Barry Commoners laws of ecology state?

  • Everything is connected to everything else, and everything must go somewhere.
  • Long-term survival requires protection of our environment.
  • Only humans contaminate their own environment.
  • Take care of the planet; its the only one we've got.

In what year was the first British Public Health Act passed?

  • 1837
  • 1842
  • 1848
  • 1854
  • 1858

A paradigm is a basic schema that organizes our broadly based view of something.

  • True
  • False

Between what two aspects does the ecologic systems model distinguish?

  • Ecologic disasters and lifestyle behavior problems
  • Housing and school or employment hazards
  • The immediate environment and the broader environment
  • The United States and the rest of the world

Which of these statements best defines the word immunity?

  • the body can resist a disease
  • a harmless version of a disease
  • avoiding illness
  • deadly water-borne disease

A nurse learned that a client was taken to the hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning after neglecting to turn off the car parked in the garage. Which of the following would be the most appropriate intervention to suggest at the next nursing visit?

  • Encourage the client to leave one window open a crack, so there is always a constant supply of fresh air from outside the home.
  • Advise the client to install a carbon monoxide detector in the home.
  • Suggest that the family move to a house with a detached garage.
  • Teach the family the symptoms of breathing carbon monoxide gas so they can act quickly to get out of the house.

When was the second British Public Health Act passed?

  • 1854
  • 1858
  • 1865
  • 1875
  • 1880

The _____________ also said that it was the duty of the government to provide the necessary health services, including treatment in emergency situations.

  • Constitution
  • Court
  • Judge
  • America

The Court said that the difficulty that ___________ had to face could have cost him his life.

  • Aman
  • Ranjan
  • Hakim Sheikh
  • Dr. Harsh Vardhan

Which of the following would be an appropriate response by a public health department if there is some evidence of a relationship between a substance and human health but research has not yet drawn conclusions?

  • Be cautious.
  • Do not worry about it.
  • Contact the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Refuse to be involved.

True or false. Vaccination use led to a fall in the number of infections during the 17th century.

  • True
  • False

What is the meaning of the term aggregate as used in community health?

  • . A group of persons who reside in a specific geographic area
  • All the persons who live in a specific community
  • A set of persons who have some characteristic in common
  • The public in professional terminology

Which of the following actions demonstrates the occupational health nurses need to balance conflict between what is legal and what is ethical?

  • Ensuring the employers profit and keeping the employees happy
  • Fulfilling what the nurses supervisor wants and what the employees want
  • Encouraging primary prevention and first aid to the injured
  • Reporting health problems to employers and keeping health records confidential

Romans were able to make the link between ________ and health

  • Hygiene

what states come under the most intense goitre endemic region ?

  • [No Answer]

What is the significance of the credentials APHN, BC?

  • A special professional development program for community/public health nurses
  • A special title given to nurses who join the American Nurses Association
  • A voluntary process that demonstrates knowledge, education, and experience
  • A title given to a nurse who has a special masters degree

What is the role of puclic health staff?

  • treats your disease
  • make sure youstay healthy
  • promote health and prevent disease

True or false. The Great Stink forced the government to improve hospitals for people living in London.

  • True
  • False

Any combination of learning experiences designed to facilitate voluntary adaptations of behavior conducive to health.

  • Health education
  • Health behavior
  • Health promotion
  • Ecological perspective

Who proved that cholera was spread through contaminated water?

  • Edwin Chadwick
  • John Snow
  • William Farr
  • Joseph Bazalgette
  • Louis Pasteur

In which of the following cases would face-to-face medical care be less expensive than telemedicine?

  • Therapy for depression
  • Medical care for prisoners
  • Surgery
  • Telemedicine is always less expensive

____________ were built to transport fresh water, such as the Pont du Gard in France.

  • Aqueducts

What services are part of public health?

  • Hospitals
  • Toilets, Baths, Running Water and Sewage
  • Running Water and Sewage
  • Running Water, Sewage and Baths

Statement 1 Fortification of salt is a short term approachStatement 2 increasing food security is a long term approach

  • statement 1 is true statement 2 is false
  • statement 1 and statement 2 are true
  • both statements are false
  • statement 1 is false and statement 2 is true

True or false. The Industrial Revolution falls within the modern period.

  • True
  • False

how to treat patients with diabetes?

  • prescribe medications
  • insulin
  • eat less sugar

Which of the following activities is an ergonomist most likely to perform?

  • Studying the prevention, detection, and treatment of work-related injuries
  • Designing equipment for the interface of humans, their tools, and work activities
  • Recognizing natural history of occupational disease and injuries in certain groups
  • Describing the toxic properties of chemical agents used in the employment setting

In which deficiency disease is oedema present in the child ?

  • marasmus
  • kwashiorkor
  • diabetes
  • goiter

public health and nutrition can be described as a science but not as an art

  • true
  • false

The only clear distinction between a community health nurse and a public health nurse is that

  • The community health nurse gives care in community settings regardless of personal education, whereas public health nurses have specific educational preparation.
  • Community health nurse is a title that has historically been used, whereas public health nurse is the new in title for the role.
  • The community health nurse is employed to give care to families and groups, whereas the public health nurse works in public health departments.
  • Community health nurse is the broader term that includes public health nursing, school nursing, and home health nursing.

What are the reasons given for people not following COVID precautions? (Choose two)

  • They are disregarding public health advice
  • They cannot afford to follow public health advice
  • There is no public health advice
  • They are exempt for religious reasons

Two key ideas from this help direct the identification of personal and environmental leverage points for health promotion and education interventions.

  • Preventive health behavior
  • Multiple levels of influence
  • Ecological perspective
  • Reciprocal causation

diabetes medical bill almost $_______ a year

  • 14,000
  • 4000
  • 40000

there is no cure for diabetes

  • t
  • f

Which nursing activity is unique to community/public health nurses?

  • Care for the sick and dying
  • Commitment to promote health of individuals and families
  • Focus on vulnerable groups in the community
  • Provide holistic care to clients in the presence of their families

A young man has repeatedly visited the sexually transmitted disease (STD) clinic for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing. What should the nurse do in addition to completing the testing?

  • Determine whether the young man is heterosexual or homosexual.
  • Emphasize repeatedly the importance of abstinence.
  • Discuss his perceived barriers to practicing safe sexual behaviors.
  • Teach the importance of using protection for engaging in sexual acts.

Aware about diseases should be organised by the ___________ with the participation of ____________

  • government, people
  • people, government
  • police, government
  • army, government

According to our _______________, it is the primary duty of the government to ensure the welfare of the people and provide health care facilities to all.

  • Act 1992
  • Indian Constitution
  • American Constitution
  • Act 1775

What underlying values should be a part of a healthy community?

  • Responsibility and respect
  • Connectedness and caring
  • Stability and safety
  • Marketability and security

sedentary lifestyle is one of the factors leading to undernutrition

  • true
  • false

Which department of the United States has spent millions of dollars on telemedicine equipment and installation?

  • Veterans Affairs
  • Defense
  • Education
  • Health

Remote medical consultations and exams were first tried ____________.

  • After World War II
  • In 1997
  • As soon as the telephone was invented
  • 1977

Which field of study is interested in the factors which affect how people act?

  • Physiology
  • Pandemiology
  • Behavioral science
  • Pharmacology

10 SecondsThe health service is called ‘______’ for many reasons.

  • public

How might case management be defined?

  • An incident that necessitates intervention
  • A synonym for cost containment
  • Developing and coordinating a plan of care for a client
  • Advocating for groups of clients who have a specific illness

Which of these did the 1875 Public Health Act require town councils to do? Select all correct answers.

  • maintain sewers
  • monitor slaughterhouses
  • collect rubbish
  • provide clean water

How would the actions of the community/public health nurse caring for a recently discharged client in his home differ from those of the acute care nurse?

  • The community/public health nurse would assess the health and needs of all the family members.
  • The community/public health nurse would be careful to be nonjudgmental about the families living situation.
  • The community/public health nurse would explain why each nursing intervention was being performed.
  • The community/public health nurse would help the family understand the basis for the treatment.

diabetes patients don't have to keep going back forprescriptions for the rest of his life

  • t
  • f

A nurse who had just undergone orientation for a staff position in the emergency department noticed a material safety data sheet attached to a solvent used to clean the skin around wounds. What is the purpose of this sheet?

  • Hospitals are now attaching such documents for emergency department nurses, who are at high risk for trauma and injury from chemicals that patients use.
  • It is part of the risk management program of hospitals that do not want to be sued by employees who misuse chemicals.
  • It is required by federal law so that employees know the potential effects of the chemicals with which they are working.
  • The sheet is the equivalent of a drug information sheet and should be given to patients who have their wounds cleaned with the solvent.

In which situation would the community/public health nurse be applying the ethical principle of doing good for the greatest number of persons with the least amount of harm?

  • Asking the agency supervisor how to approach an ethical dilemma
  • Focusing on providing basic services for everyone in the community
  • Following agency policies
  • Delivering care to families who have health insurance

According to the article, what is the danger of showing rule-breakers on the news?

  • People will watch too much TV
  • People will be scared of the government
  • People will think it is normal and start breaking the rules
  • People will feel anger and betrayal

Find the sentence without any mistakes

  • It's unlikely that a married health initiative will change the trajectory of the virus
  • It's unlikely that a single health initiative will be changing the trajectory of the virus
  • It's unlikely that a single health initiative will change the trajectory of the virus
  • Its unlikely that a single health initiative will change the trajectory of virus
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