The use of euphemisms to avoid reality or to hide feelings is known as A

The use of euphemisms to avoid reality or to hide

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4) The use of euphemisms to avoid reality or to hide feelings is known asA) Distancing languageB) Sympathetic language
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C) Avoidance languageD) Ethnocentric language5) When addressing a toddler during the interview, the health care provider should:6) Viewing the world from another person’s inner frame of reference is called7) The most appropriate intro to use to state an interview with an older adult patient is:A) “Mr. Jones, I want to ask you some questions about your health so that we can plan your care.”B) “David, I am here to ask you questions about your illness; we want to determine what is wrong.”C) “Mr. Jones, is it okay if I ask you several questions this morning about your health?”D) “Because so many people have already asked you questions, I will just get the information from the chart.” Rationale: The initial introduction should include the person’s surname(unless a child) and the reason for the interview.CHAPTER 41) Which of the following is included in documenting a history source?or she is to communicate. Cognition and literacy level are part of the mentalstatus assessment2) The CAGE test is a screening questionnaire that helps to identify:A) unhealthy lifestyle behaviorsB) personal response to stressC) extensive/uncontrollable drinkingD) depression3) When recording information for the review of systems, the interviewer must document:
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4) Assessment of self-esteem and self-concept is part of the functional assessment. Areas covered under self-esteem and self-concept include:
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