You have a time limit of 20 minutes 667 667 pts Question 1 The World Health

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dishonesty is grounds for dismissal from the program. You have a time limit of 20 minutes. 6.67 / 6.67 pts Question 1The World Health Organization has defined a communityas: (Selectall that apply) a. a group of people with the same annual per capita income b. a group of people with the same community health issues c. a group of people often living in a defined geographical area, whomay share a common culture, values, and norms
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d. a group of people arranged in a social structure according torelationships which the community has developed over a period of timeThe World Health Organization has defined a communityas "agroup of people often living in a defined geographical area, whomay share a common culture, values, and norms, and arearranged in a social structure according to relationships whichthe community has developed over a period of time. DIF : Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF . pg. 398 6.67 / 6.67 pts Question 2The core functions of Public Health are: (Select all that apply)
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DIF : Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF. p. 7 6.67 / 6.67 pts Question 3Methods for data collection in conducting a community assessmentinclude: (Select all that apply) DIF : Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF . Pgs. 403-411 6.67 / 6.67 pts Question 4
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The basic principles of evidence-based practice can be applied only atthe individual level. (True or False) DIF : Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF: Pg. 345 4.45 / 6.67 ptsQuestion 5PartialPartialApplied to nursing, evidence-based practice includes the best availableevidence from a variety of sources. These sources include: (Select allthat apply) a. research studies b. nursing experience and expertise c. community leaders d. the local community newspaper 6.67 / 6.67 pts
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