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Question 40

 

The preparedness cycle never ends as we continually

plan, organize, equip, train, exercise, and evaluate our actions.

True

False

2 points 

Question 41

 

U.S. programs that support global surveillance include the CDC's Global Disease Detection and Response program; the cooperative threat reduction programs at the Department of Defense (DoD) and Departments of State, and the United States Agency for International Development's (USAID's) infectious disease surveillance and emerging pandemic threats programs.

True

False

2 points 

Question 42

 

Pregnant women may face these factors during and after a disaster:


a.

Identification as a 'population with special clinical needs'.


b.

Increased risk for some infectious diseases that can negatively affect maternal and infant health.


c.

Increased pregnancy complications and aggravation of health conditions that may increase pregnancy complications such as hypertension.


d.

All of the above.

2 points 

Question 43

 

International priorities for disease surveillance includes emerging infections, epidemic-prone diseases, and environmental risks.

True

False

2 points 

Question 44

 

The spread of new microbes or viruses, the rise and spread of drug resistance, and the deliberate release of pathogens all represent threats that are exacerbated by the globalization of travel, food production and supply, and medical products.

True

False

2 points 

Question 45

 

An epidemic that begins in a single community can quickly evolve into a multinational health crisis that causes millions to suffer.

True

False

2 points 

Question 46

 

The Incident Command System (ICS) has positively impacted incident management efforts by:


a.

Clarifying chain of command and supervision responsibilities to improve accountability.


b.

Leveraging interoperable communications systems and plain language to improve communications.


c.

Providing an orderly, systematic planning process, and fostering cooperation between diverse disciplines and agencies.


d.

Implementing a common, flexible, predesigned management structure.


e.

All of the above.

2 points 

Question 47

 

In recognition of the challenges posed by sample management and storage, driven largely by the perceived shortcoming of the global response by which of the following, there has been renewed interest in developing global guidelines for bio-banking?


a.

SARS


b.

Ebola


c.

Zika virus


d.

Monkeypox

2 points 

Question 48

 

Within the Incident Command System structure, public information officers from all other U.S. government agencies that are supporting the response will work to provide a two-way flow of information between agencies to better inform the response and the decision makers as they weigh options and decisions.

True

False

2 points 

Question 49

 

State and local governments are responsible for public health and safety from domestic threats (including naturally occurring threats).

True

False

2 points 

Question 50

 

In January 2000, the U.N. Security Council recognized the catastrophic impact of what pandemic as a security issue?


a.

Zika


b.

Ebola


c.

HIV/AIDS


d.

SARS

2 points 

Question 51

 

Bio-risk management is the development of strategies incorporating both biosafety and biosecurity techniques to minimize the occurrences of bio-risks and manage the consequences.

True

False

2 points 

Question 52

 

If someone needs to represent the response and provide information to the media and the public on the response efforts, who would perform this function if the incident commander is unavailable?


a.

Safety officer


b.

Liaison officer


c.

Public information officer


d.

Deputy incident commander

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