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During an initial interview with your patient, you ask the patient, "Can you describe that forme?" Which statement best describes the question?A. It is the most risky type of question because the patient can say anything.B. The question is asking for specific information.C. The patient has discretion about the extent of the answer.D. The answer can lead the interviewer away from the purpose of the interview.
Because an adolescent is frequently reluctant to talk during an interview, it is best to:
For which age group is a functional assessment most critical?
Which of the following will best facilitate an interview with a deaf person?
Which of the following questions may lead to an inaccurate response?A. "Where do you feel the pain?"B. "How does this situation make you feel?"C. "What happened after you noticed your injury?"D. "That was a horrible experience, wasn't it?"
Ms. Carol Turner, a 38-year-old female, brings her 1-year-old son in for health care. Which of thefollowing requests made would be most appropriate at the beginning of an interview?
During an interview, a patient describes abdominal pain that often awakens him at night. Whichof the following responses by the interviewer would facilitate the interviewing process?
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