QUESTION 4 During the Tuskegee Study that began in Macon County Alabama in 1932, black men were told they were suffering from: tuberculosis cancer diabetes “bad blood” QUESTION 5 Euro-Americans place great value on which of the following? responsibility to the extended family individual rights and self-assuredness responsibility to the ancestors care of the collective group QUESTION 6 Much of cultural competency stems from: understanding the limitation and biases of our own frameworks being polite and providing interpreters agreeing with different ethnic practices none of the above QUESTION 7 The largest group of Euro-American immigrants is the Germans. […]
QUESTION 8 According to the Hmong, sometimes western medicine interferes with the harmony of the soul. True False QUESTION 9 Cultural brokering has been demonstrated to sucessfully bridge the gap between health care providers and the communities they serve. True False QUESTION 10 Instead of assuming a person’s ethnicity, we should ask how much it matters to an individual. True False QUESTION 11 Reconstructing a patient’s illness narrative is not important to culturally-informed care. True False
QUESTION 12 Culture and health are always bound together from one group to the next. True False QUESTION 13 Being culturally informed requires us to make reality-based decisions, everyday of our lives. True False QUESTION 14 Diversification of the health services workforce has little to do with disparity in outcomes. True False QUESTION 15 Which of the following is the most common approach to health restoration for black Americans? seeking the advice of a physician seeking the advice of a family member seeking the advice of a clergy member praying
QUESTION 16 Which of the following is true of Sedgwick County (where Wichita is located)? We have the lowest reported rates of Sudent Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in the state. We have the highest reported rates of dental disease. We have the highest rate of infant mortality among births to black mothers. We have the highest reported use of folic acid supplementation by Hispanic mothers. QUESTION 17 It is a professional responsibility to engage with all patients in a culturally informed way that honors their beliefs and health behaviors. True False QUESTION 18 The film “Rolling” demonstrates how the […]
QUESTION 20 Proponents of the neurodiversity movement see autism as a simple variation of what it is to be human, rather than as a disability. True False QUESTION 21 If autism is in fact caused by environmental exposures during pregnancy, then it cannot be considered an example of natural variation. True False QUESTION 22 Autistic culture is “minoritized” in similar ways to black or gay culture. True False 1 points QUESTION 23 People with autism often struggle to express the pain they’re feeling. True False
300 words Question 1. According to the World Health Organization, nearly one million individuals died because of HIV-related illnesses in 2016. Using studies from countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, comment on: (1) the extent to which male circumcision can help prevent HIV, and (2) the extent to which text reminders using mobile phones can help improve adherence to antiretroviral treatment.
QUESTION 24 Among the variety of pain scales, many lump all non-communicating patients together, often under the banner of “cognitive impairment.” True False QUESTION 25 People may express pain in the following way(s). Withdrawl Through repetitive behaviors By not sleeping or eating All of the above QUESTION 26 The United States has joined many other nations to ratify the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. True False QUESTION 27 In what year was the Americans with Disabilities Act signed into law? 1964 1977 1987 1990
As the Chief Compliance Officer of the Blue Horizon Hospital Group, you are tasked with aligning the organizations data policies and procedures with the objectives of the HITECH Act. Discuss one of the HITECH objects and how it can be applied to your facility’s data integrity policies and procedures.
QUESTION 1 The Roma-Gypsies (The crossroads of culture and health among the Roma (Gypsies)): have known common health risk factors such as smoking and inbreeding consist of fewer than 1 million members in the United States originated in Romania believe that thin people have good luck and health
Cultural competency in health services is essential because: of the rapidly increasing immigrant population in America the degree to which disparity exists in health outcomes for minority populations in America lack of cultural competency will ultimately increase costs for the system all of the above