COH 310 COH310 Midterm Answers (National University)

COH 310 COH310 Midterm Answers (National University)


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COH 310 Midterm (National University)

  1. Culture is a combination of all of the following except: (Points : 1) 
  2. A person who has transitioned from their traditional culture to the dominant culture is said to be ________. (Points : 1) 
  3. When a person has accepted the ideology, political view and economic values of the dominant culture they have _______ into that culture. (Points : 1) 
  4. What model explains illness, diagnosis and symptoms? (Points : 1) 
  5. The following are some alternative medical practices except__________. (Points : 1) 
  6. The Brief Acculturation Scale focuses on three variables: (Points : 1) 
  7. The assumption an individual makes that his or way of believing and behaving is most preferable and correct. (Points : 1) 
  8. The Transtheoretical (Stages of Change) Model consists of the following components for behavior change: (Points : 1) 
  9. A theory is a (Points : 1) 
  10. The primary purpose for a professional code of ethics is to: (Points : 1) 
  11.  The following are the most common bioethical or clinical principles of ethics (Points : 1) 
  12.  In the Lee Family Case Study, Dr. Ernst had an ethical duty to act on behalf of Lia's best interest by notifying CPS of her regression and her parent's inability and refusal to provide prescribed medication. What type of ethical situation is this? (Points : 1) 
  13. Having an awareness of a client's cultural beliefs and practices, respecting and valuing the client's perspective in a non-judgmental way is demonstrating: (Points : 1) 
  14.  The Kachingwe-Huff Model is comprised of these four cultural steps: (Points : 1) 
  15.  The belief that you have control over motivation, behavior and social environment plus the capability to do as you choose and have the energy and mind set to think about the process, demonstrates: (Points : 1) 
  16. ____ refers to people who are highly valued in the culture because of certain characteristics? (Points : 1) 
  17. The Model of Vulnerability organizes risk factors by the following: (Points : 1)   
  18. These types of facilities provide services involving multiple levels of care, meeting the needs of the community, enabling services (i.e. case management, health ed, child care), and programs and interventions to improve community health. (Points : 1)   
  19. What category would cosmology, time orientation, perception of self, and communication patterns fall under? (Points : 1) 
  20. Demographics are comprised of all of the following except: (Points : 1) 
  21. A community analysis, diagnosis and assessment are all part of this process. (Points : 1) 
  22.  An evaluation conducted early and throughout program development is referred to as: (Points : 1) 
  23. During the program planning process specific milestones should be carefully considered, be measurable, time-bound, realistic and task-centered. It is the plan for systematically reaching your program goal. (Points : 1) 
  24. In the Lee Family case study, one of the biggest challenges to Lia's care was related to differences in culture and communication. What model would best explain these challenges? (Points : 1) 
  25. According to the Model of Vulnerability, factors such as age, gender, race/ethnicity, and social status can influence a person's health status. These risk factors are referred to as: (Points : 1) 
  26. Prof. Smith wants to analyze the relationship between life expectancy, nutrition, and exercise. He hypothesizes that if nutrition and physical activity are improved then life expectancy should increase. What variables should he designate as dependant and independent variables? (Points : 1) 
  27. According to the video, "Becoming American", new immigrant health status _______ after 5 years in the US, despite arriving to the US in generally good health. (Points : 1) 
  28. The degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services is referred to as ____. (Points : 1) 
  29. This process informs and influences practices, behaviors or policies in an effort to improve individual or community health. (Points : 1) 
  30. ___________ is the acquisition of new ideas and practices from own and other cultures? (Points : 1) 
  31. The process of becoming more sensitive and respectful of cross-cultural differences is referred to as ________. (Points : 1) 
  32. The following are non-verbal elements of communication EXCEPT. (Points : 1) 
  33. According to the Video, "How Racism impacts Pregnancy Outcomes", the term used to describe the cumulative role of stress from childhood to adolescence and into adulthood is referred to as ___. (Points : 1) 
  34. According to the film, "Becoming American", what factor contributes most to increased disease and illness in immigrants? (Points: 1)
  35. _____________ refers to distinct patterns of differences in health status and well-being across population groups? (Points : 1) 
  36. All these are constructs of the Health belief model (HBM) except_____? (Points : 1) 
  37. _____________ examines the relations between an individual's beliefs, attitudes, intentions, behavior, and perceived control over that behavior? (Points : 1) 
  38. The continuum of cultural competence is______? (Points : 1) 
  39. Sharing a strong sense of identity with a particular religious, racial, or national group. (Points : 1) 
  40. Which is not a category of illness causality according to the explanatory model? (Points : 1) 
  41. An evaluation conducted early and throughout program development is referred to as: (Points : 1) 
  42. Which concept of SLT explains the interaction between a person, a person's behavior and the environment as determinants for behavior (Points : 1) 
  43. Which principle of health education promotes ownership, responsibility for and control over Behavior change? (Points : 1) 
  44. What determines whether culturally proficient and ethical practice is indeed being conducted in the health professions? (Points : 1) 
  45. During the program planning process specific milestones should be carefully considered, be measurable, time-bound, realistic and task-centered. This is the plan for systematically reaching your program goal. (Points : 1) 
  46. ________________ is the first procedural step in health program planning is: (Points : 1) 
  47. In the Spirit Catches You readings, which was NOT a reason for migration patterns observed among the Hmong  (Points : 1) 
  48. In an attempt to approach the Hmong and investigate the collisions between the doctors at MCMC and Lia's family, the author of the book The Spirit Catches You needed  (Points : 1) 
  49. A tool used to plan, manage, audit, or explain the connections between program's resources and outcomes is __________  (Points : 1) 
  50. In the Spirit Catches You readings, All these were factors influencing health care provided to Hmong patients at MCMC EXCEPT (Points : 1) 
  51.  _______ All these are non verbal elements of communication EXCEPT (Points : 1) 
  52. Overcrowding can be grouped under this category of illness causality.(1 points)
  53. Respecting, valuing and understanding how cultural diversity and cultural differences can affect the ethical standards employed by the professional is referred to as _____. (Points : 1) 
  54. In the Spirit Catches You readings, The Hmong believed that these aspects of western health care were more likely to threaten health than restore it. (Points : 1) 
  55. ___________ addresses cultural and linguistic competency at every point of contact on the health services continuum. (Points : 1) 
  56. Neil Ernst did not want to deprive Lia of optimal care that any other child would have received or fail to tailor her treatment in such a way that the family would have been most likely to comply.  What ethical principle is this? (Points : 1) 
  57. ____________ are Interactions between the culture of patient and culture of the practitioner? (Points : 1) 
  58. ___________ allows for the understanding and sharing of knowledge and expertise gained from interventions to benefit communities. (Points : 1) 
  59. In this model, independent risk factors collectively contribute to poor health outcomes at individual, community and population levels. (Points : 1) 
  60. Existing health problems that may contribute to over-all poor health such as mental health status, disabilities, disease rates, communicable disease and, availability of drugs/alcohol within a community are referred to as _________ factors: (Points : 1) 
  61. Low birth weight (LBW) is the factor most associated with infant mortality. (Points : 1) 
  62. Salutogenesis considers how health is created and maintained. (Points : 1) 
  63. The internet and electronic media is the best way to deliver health messages to a low SES population. (Points : 1) 
  64. Cultural relativism is when cultural beliefs, behaviors and practices are judged within the context of your own beliefs. (Points : 1) 
  65. A framework is a planning tool that includes theories and models. (Points : 1) 
  66. The Inverse Care Law suggests that individuals with the greatest health care needs receive the highest level of healthcare available. (Points : 1) 
  67. The social ecological perspective considers health problems within the broader context of society and the person in environment. (Points : 1) 
  68. Overall health in the US is superior to other developing countries. (Points : 1) 
  69. Social influence can be a major factor in getting groups to improve health behaviors. (Points : 1) 
  70. According to the video "Becoming American", health improves the longer a person stays in the U.S. (Points : 1) 

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