Sample Exam Questions:
Edwin Chadwick and William Farr are both well known contributors to which of the
Increased hand washing programs that dramatically reduced rates of puerperal
fever in the mid-19
Their work in stopping plague outbreaks in London
Their contribution to the development of vital records and recording of mortality
Their behavioral change strategies to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS.
A major cause of maternal death in the Mid-19
century was known as puerperal fever
(fever of childbirth).
A noted Austrian physician who demonstrated that used hand
washing could dramatically reduce the frequency of disease was:
Which of the following factors are among those that are generally included as
Behavior, Infections, Genetics, Geography, Environment, Medical Care, Socio-
Institutions, Geology, Gerontology, Ethics, Medical Care, Society
Behavioral Science, Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Sociology
Bandwidth, Intensity, Geographic Information Systems, Genetics, Ecosystems,
Mental Illness, Socialization
The commonly used evidence-based public health approach, known as the P.E.R.I
Approach or the P.E.R.I. process.
Asking what is/are the contributory cause(s)
particular health outcome would likely fall into which part of the P.E.R.I. process?