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Skip To Content Dashboard Account Dashboard Courses Groups Calendar 2 unread messages. 2 Inbox Studio Help 2202-NURS-4465-502 Quizzes Module 2: Review/Quiz 2020 Spring Home Announcements Syllabus Modules Assignments Quizzes Grades Discussions
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Collaborations Google Drive Office 365 Course Evaluations UTA Libraries Module 2: Review/Quiz Due Apr 18 at 11:59pm Points 100 Questions 15 Available after Apr 4 at 8am Time Limit 20 Minutes Instructions Module 2 Quiz Review: Approaches to Community Health and Population Vulnerabilities 1. Define Epidemiology, and apply examples, (Pgs. 222-223 and 255-258).
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2. Describe Epidemiologist investigation, (Pgs. 258-259). 3. Define the following Epidemiological terms, and apply examples of each, (Pgs. 262): o Proportions, o Risk, and o Rates. 4. Describe the Epidemiological Triangle, and apply examples,(Pgs. 266-268). 5. Define toxicology, and provide examples, (Pgs. 221-222). 6. List the environmental multidisciplinary team members and their role, (Pg. 222). 7. Compare the environmental investigation process with the nursing process, (Pgs. 223- 228. 8. Discuss the leading causes of pollution, (Pgs. 226-227). 9. Define each level of prevention (Pgs. 268- 269, 922-925) ,and apply examples within the Community, (i.e. School: Pg. 925-929, Workplace: Pg. 948, Church: Pg. 976-979, and Public Health Departments:(Pgs.1006). 10. Describe the qualifications and role/functions of nurses in local, state, and national public health departments, (Pgs. 994-996 and 998- 1001), school health (Pgs. 917-919), occupational health (Pgs. 939-940 and 948- 953), and parish or church-based health, (Pgs. 976-980). Be able to apply these roles in each setting. Note the nursing roles are multifaceted including: o Clinician (BSN, NP, CNS, MPH) a largely autonomous practice including assessments, diagnosis, screening, surveillance, primary care, case finding and management, health promotion and protection, counseling, advocate, administering medications, and treatment. o Educator (MPH, MSPH, MSN) client, family and population education, community and political officials, media educator, risk education, others.
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o Leader/Administrator: (MPH MSN MBA) organizational and fiscal skills, political and negotiator skills, allocator coordinator, liaison Consultant (MSN, MPH, MSPH, DrPH, DNP, PhD) clinical expertise and leadership skills, and possibly research skills. 11. Researcher (DrPH, PhD, DNP) clinical research, grant writing, publishing, developing protocols, etc. 12. o Describe the roles of Federal Public Health agencies, and apply examples, (Pgs. 994-996). o Discuss the functions of OSHA, (Pgs. 953-955). o Analyze the unique self-nurturing and renewal needs of Parish nurses, (Pgs. 988-990). Module 2 Quiz Instructions The following quiz will allow you to test your understanding of the content presented this week and to monitor your progress in the course. This is a timed quiz. You will have one minute to answer each question. Select the best answer and mark your response accordingly. This quiz does not allow backtracking. Changes to the question answer after submission of each question is prohibited.
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