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Culture is an integrated system of learned behavior patterns that are characteristic of the members of any given group or society. Building upon this definition, culture consists of a group’s manners, customs, beliefs, ceremonies, literature, social institutions, myths and legends, knowledge, values, laws (written and unwritten), ideas and thought patterns, music, cuisine, language, arts and artifacts, concepts of self, morals, and ideals.
All of the following are characteristics of North American culture, and of many other industrialized nations, EXCEPT which ONE?
Four components are necessary for developing cross-cultural competency. Which ONE of the following is NOT a component of building cross-cultural relationships?
True or False: Use of readily available, though untrained, language interpreters is accompanied by numerous benefits.
Examples of culture influencing health include ALL of the following EXCEPT which ONE?
True or false: Four components necessary to provide culturally competent healthcare include developing awareness of differences and biases, attitudes of respect, knowledge of cultures, and recognition that some degree of cultural superiority is unavoidable.
People involved with international service normally experience culture shock. Symptoms typical of culture shock include all of the following, except which ONE?
True or false: Some coping skills for managing the experience of culture shock include getting to know national people, planning a light initial schedule, being prepared for new ideas, and limiting time with people of the home culture.
Living by the rules of a new culture is essential for success in that environment. Which ONE of the following is NOT a principle of cultural adaptation?
Adaptation to new cultures is easier for some individuals than it is for others. The traits and skills of successfully adapted individuals include which ONE of the following?
Reentry shock is a common experience among persons returning home from a significant cross-cultural journey. Which ONE of the following is NOT a feature of reentry shock?
Which statement about disasters is the MOST accurate?
Medical disaster response efforts should include which of the following?
Being personally prepared to respond to a disaster includes all of the following EXCEPT which ONE?
True or False: Unburied dead bodies constitute a health hazard.
Which ONE of the following statements regarding the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is MOST true?
Providing healthcare services does not necessarily enhance overall health. It is difficult to keep the paramount goal of health in view for ALL of the following reasons, EXCEPT which ONE?
Several types of organizations provide leadership for health systems, including ALL but which ONE of the following?
Vaccine-preventable diseases have declined dramatically since the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) was initiated. Which ONE of the following statements about EPI is MOST correct?
Improved management of childhood illnesses, as well as aspects of nutrition, immunization, contraception and maternal health, are all part of Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI). Which ONE of the following is NOT a principle of the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness disease management protocols?
Which ONE of the following statements about communication for health is TRUE?
Active learning requires which ONE of these elements?
Which one of the following contains THREE elements of The Kemp Model?
The following statement is an example of which level of feedback? “I feel disappointed when night-duty residents do not come to morning report to review the admissions.”
The following options are all benefits of direct observation, EXCEPT which one?
Which ONE of the following statements about motivation for learning is MOST true?
Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE with respect to competence of healthcare professionals?
Which ONE of the following statements regarding breastfeeding is TRUE?
Each of the following is among the most commonly utilized measures of health of a population, EXCEPT which ONE?
Economic development and physical health are closely connected. Economic growth enhances the general health of a population through improvements in all of the following, EXCEPT which ONE?
Each of the following are leading risk factors for DALYs lost in low-income nations EXCEPT which ONE?
The Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) in most developing nations includes vaccination against which ONE of the following diseases?
Which ONE of the following statements about HIV prevention is TRUE?
Integration of the cross-cultural experience into one’s personal worldview is the main task of cultural reentry. Which ONE of the following is NOT a guideline for reentry?
True or False: Individuals should be encouraged to respond to disasters, even if not through an organization or government entity.
In disaster management, ICS stands for:
Which is the most accurate definition of disaster management?
Which ONE activity is a main objective of pre-disaster mitigation?
Convergence can occur after a disaster by which of the following:
Which ONE of the following statements best describes a health system?
All of the following statements are TRUE regarding leaders in international health EXCEPT which ONE?
Of the following statements about Primary Health Care today, which ONE is most TRUE?
Health leaders should select health interventions based upon a thorough assessment of a community’s health problems and resources. Which of the following is NOT one of the four levels at which healthcare normally occurs?
Which ONE of the following statements is TRUE with regard to competency-based education?
Which ONE of the following key ideas from evidence-based theories of teaching and learning is FALSE?
What are three ways to make your presentation well-constructed?
Which of the following is NOT a recommended behavior regarding non-verbal communication?
Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine is commonly administered for prevention of tuberculosis (TB). ALL of the following statements regarding BCG vaccine are true, EXCEPT which one?
Each of the following is a component in calculating the Human Development Index (HDI) for a given nation EXCEPT which ONE?
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) include provisions that address comprehensive environmental sustainability. Which ONE of the following is NOT one of the SDGs?
All of the following are risks associated with short interval between births EXCEPT which ONE?
Regarding management of acute lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI), which ONE of the following statements is TRUE?
Which ONE of the following statements about communication skills is FALSE?
Effective feedback should be timely and focus on specific, observed behavior in relation to learner-identified goals. Which ONE of the following is NOT a characteristic of effective feedback?
Resuscitation of infants who fail to breathe at birth in resource-poor settings presents which ONE of the following dilemmas?
Leadership today demands more than technical proficiency. Which ONE of the following is the most essential attribute of a leader?
Financial management principles for a small-size healthcare organization have much in common with managing personal finances. Which ONE of the following is NOT one of these principles?
Prevention of premature births includes all of the following options EXCEPT which ONE?
Which ONE of the following statements about polio prevention and control is TRUE?