Please assist with midterm. 2.5 hrs left.QuizPrevious PageNext PagePage 1 of 2Question 1 (3 points) SavedWhich of the following are unmodifiable risk factors?Question 1 options:Age, raceRace, conditionCondition, ageNone of the aboveQuestion 2 (3 points) SavedA(n) _________ disease is one that occurs regularly in a population as a matter of course.Question 2 options:outbreakpandemicendemicepidemicQuestion 3 (3 points) What is the best definition of an observational study where the investigator hypothesizes disease risk factors and then observes the natural course of events, takes note of who is exposed or unexposed and who has or has not developed the disease, and reports the findings for the observed population?Question 3 options:Experimental studyDescriptive studyAnalytic studyTime studyQuestion 4 (3 points) A epidemiological research project using quantitative statistics to describe morbidity in terms of person, time, and place is best described as a(n) __________.Question 4 options:observational studyanalytic studydescriptive studyinferential studyQuestion 5 (3 points) SavedMultiple cases of a disease that is unexpected to the time and place is considered a(n) __________.Question 5 options:outbreakpandemicepidemicendemicQuestion 6 (3 points) SavedWhich would be considered a barrier for health education in schools?Question 6 options:None of the abovePresidential support for a national programThe amount of time and resources allocated to the school yearOver-enforcement by state and local education policymakersQuestion 7 (3 points) A study that seeks to compare those diagnosed with a disease with those who do not have the disease for prior exposure to specific risk factors is a(n) __________.Question 7 options:case/control studyexperimental studydescriptive studycohort studyQuestion 8 (3 points) Community health officials have identified an outbreak of Legionellosis. This is considered a(n) __________.Question 8 options:airborne diseasesvehicleborne diseasesvectorborne diseaseszoonosesQuestion 9 (3 points) The diseases Shigellosis, Group A Streptococcal disease, and Pneumococcal disease are best described as __________.Question 9 options:NNDSS mandated for reportingtopics of Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)infectious diseasesall of the aboveQuestion 10 (3 points) Which of the following statements is true?Question 10 options:Disasters such as spills of toxic substances into the environment are considered natural disasters.The ability of the health care system to prevent, protect against, quickly respond to, and recover from health emergencies defines medical preparedness.None of the above.Leading causes of death in the United States today are communicable diseases.Previous PageNext PagePage 1 of 2

QuizPrevious PageNext PagePage 2 of 2Question 11 (3 points) The communicable disease susceptibility of the host and the capability of an agent to cause disease are best described as __________.Question 11 options:infectivityetiologyindirect transmissionpathogenicityQuestion 12 (3 points) Which of the following is false about epidemiology case rates?Question 12 options:Incident rate has a numerator of new cases of a disease or condition in a given period of time and a denominator of the affected population.The rate of an illness in a population is the natality rate.Prevalence rate is a “snap shot” in time that shows frequency of a disease or condition, with a numerator of cases per unit of time and a denominator of the affected population.An attack rate is an incidence rate calculated for a particular population for a single disease outbreak and is expressed as a percentage.Question 13 (3 points) Mammography screening exam for breast cancer of a patient that is not yet diagnosed, but is at risk for the disease is an example of __________.Question 13 options:secondary preventiontertiary preventionnone of the aboveprimary preventionQuestion 14 (3 points) The American Red Cross is best classified as a __________.Question 14 options:voluntary health organizationpublic health organizationprivate health organizationquasi-governmental health organizationQuestion 15 (3 points) “Collective actions” that a society takes to ensure that the conditions are in place for healthy populations is best known as __________.Question 15 options:public healthcommunity healthhealth serviceshealthcareQuestion 16 (20 points) What are at least two federal agencies that are not part of the Department of Health and Human Services that contribute to the betterment of our nation’s health, and explain how they do this? Contrast and provide the key responsibility for at least two operating divisions of the Department of Health and Human Services.Question 16 options:Question 17 (20 points) Explain the steps of “Cultural Competency Continuum,” what they are and how it is used? Why has CLAS been an important set of standards for healthcare and public health?Question 17 options:Question 18 (20 points) What does maternal, infant, and child health encompass? Provide five examples of prevention measures for reducing maternal and infant mortality.Question 18 options:Question 19 (20 points) Provide a definition and the origin of the YRBSS. Provide at least three specific examples of behaviors related to unintentional injuries of high school students that are assessed as part of the YRBSS.Question 19 options:Question 20 (20 points) Describe how at least four maternal and child health programs help the Maternal and Child Health Bureau accomplish its mission. Name at least four services offered by many family planning clinics.Question 20 options:Previous PageNext PagePage 2 of 2
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