Community practice test

Community practice test - 1. He defined public health as...

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1. He defined public health as the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, promoting health and efficiency through organized community effort. a. Winslow b. Nightingale c. Rosenstock d. Maslow According to C. E Winslow, the goal of Public Health is for the people to attain their bright rights of health and longevity. Nightingale developed the environmental theory. Maslow developed the hierarchy of basic human needs. Rosenstock developed the health belief model. 2. The different clients of the community health nurse include the following: 1. Individual 2. Family 3. Population group 4. Community a. 1 and 2 only b. 1, 3, 4 only c. 1, 2, 4 only d. 1, 2, 3, 4 There are different levels of clientele in community health nursing – the individual, family, population group and community. 3. According to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs , developing one’s potential is included in which of the following: a. Physiologic b. Safety and Security c. Love and Belonging d. Self-actualization Other needs included in self-actualization are as follows: the need to learn a, create, understand, and comprehend the need for harmonious relationships, the need for beauty, the need for spiritual fulfillment. 4. Pandemic occurrence of a disease means: a. The intermittent occurrence of a few isolated and unrelated cases in a given locality. b. The simultaneous occurrence of epidemic of the same disease in several countries. c. The unusually large number of cases in a relatively short period of time. d. The continuous occurrence throughout a period of time of the usual number of cases in a given locality.
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Option B pertains to pandemic occurrence of a disease. Option A refers to the sporadic occurrence. Option C pertains to the epidemic occurrence. Option D is the endemic occurrence of a disease. 5. Mrs. Panganiban’s 6 year old son is entering school for the first time. Mrs. Panganiban has a: a. Stress point b. Foreseeable crisis c. Health deficit d. Health threat The entry of a 6 year old boy into school is an anticipated period of unusual demand on Mrs. Panganiban. 6. Operation Timbang is in which level of prevention of health problem? a. Primary b. Secondary c. Tertiary d. Intermediate Primary prevention is directed to the healthy population, focusing on prevention of emergence of risk factors and removal of the risk factors or reduction of their levels. Operation Timbang is done to identify members of the susceptible population who are malnourished. 7. A 3 year old boy was classified to have severe pneumonia or very severe disease. The following symptoms are present, except: a. Convulsions b. Chest indrawing c. Stridor d. Fast breathing In IMCI, options A, B and C are all under the pink category. Option D is under the yellow category. 8. Severe dehydration is classified when TWO of the following signs are present, except:
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This note was uploaded on 11/24/2010 for the course NUR NUR 112 taught by Professor Jeanroy during the Fall '10 term at Bunker Hill.

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