HIV Final Exam Answers .docx - Final Exam You got 38 of 40 possible points Your score was 95 Question Results Score 1 of 1 Question Which of these is

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Final Exam You got 38 of 40 possible points. Your score was: 95 % Question Results Score 1 of 1 Question: Which of these is NOT an important attribute of the HIV virus? Response: High mutation rate Fragility High turnover rate yeeeeeAbility to live outside the body Residing in dormancy in the cell Score 1 of 1 Question: In generalized epidemics, what is the MOST common mode of transmission? Response: Blood transfusions Mosquitoes yeeeeeHeterosexual intercourse Mother-to-child transmission
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Sharing of needles Score 1 of 1 Question: Which period of time during the course of individual HIV infection, can lead to a chain reaction-like phenomenon as one highly infectious person infects the next and so on? Response: The many years in the middle of infection, during which the infected person is asymptomatic yeeeeeEarly infection, in the first few weeks when viral load is high Late in infection when symptoms develop No particular time, all time periods contribute to new infections similarly Times of extreme stress on the body Score 1 of 1 Question: In Thailand success against HIV included a reduction in visits to sex workers. Response: User answer Feedback True Score 1 of 1 Question: Which is MOST true about the impact of condoms programmatically in affecting HIV epidemics? Response: Promotion of condoms has had clear impact on concentrated epidemics and generalized epidemics. yeeeeePromotion of condoms has had clear impact on concentrated epidemics, but little clear
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substantial impact on generalized epidemics. Promotion of condoms has had no clear impact on concentrated epidemics, but has had clear substantial impact on some generalized epidemics. Promotion of condoms has had little or no clear impact on either concentrated or generalized epidemics. Score 1 of 1 Question: The efficacy of condoms in reducing HIV infection over a period of time is: Response: 65-70% 75-80% yeeeee85-90% 95-100% Score 0 of 1 Question: Which of these is NOT a component of current approaches to changing social norms to reduce risky behavior? Response: Personalized awareness that risky behavior can be highly dangerous Open acknowlegment by opinion leaders of the problem to reduce denial Simple clear messages to reinforce safe behavior Using as many sources of social capital as possible to reinforce the message Focusing predominantly on mass media
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Score 3 of 3 Question: Match the description of the priority VMMC with the correct term: Response: Match User answer Valuation Developing job aids, training staff, implementing best practices and standards, identifying referral sites for complications, developing centers of excellence, procuring equipment and supplies, acquiring certification, implementing supervision and monitoring practices. Quality service delivery Adopting strategies by which staff that are not physicians provide MC services and adopting new medical devices Efficiency and cost-effectiveness Increase demand and uptake among men Outreach and promotion Score 0 of 1 Question:
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