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NUR4667 M1-L1 QUIZ 2017
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Question 1 Which of the following statements about injuries is true?

High-income people tend to have a higher risk of injury than low-income people
Most injuries are intentional
Road traffic accidents are the most common cause of unintentional injury death worldwide
War is a more common cause of death worldwide than suicide

Question 2 According to the Global Burden of Disease classification scheme, which of the following conditions is not a noncommunicable disease (NCD)?

Hypertension

Lung Cancer

Osteoporos

Poisoning

Question 3 The life expectancy at birth in Sierra Leone is about 38 years. What can you infer about the population of Sierra Leone?

About half of adults in Sierra Leone die in their 30s or 40s.
Few 50-year-olds in Sierra Leone will survive to their 60th birthdays.
There are a lot of infant and child deaths in Sierra Leone.

Question 4 Which term is best used to describe the proportion of people in a population who have particular disease?

DALY
Incidence
Mortality rate
Prevalence

Question 5 Which term is best used to describe new cases of disease occurring in a population?

DALY
Incidence
Mortality rate
Prevalence

Question 6 Which of the following would typically be classified as an intentional injury?

Burn
Drowning
Poisoning
Terrorist act

Question 7 According to the Global Burden of Disease classification scheme, which of the following conditions is not a noncommunicable disease (NCD)?

Hypertension
Lung cancer
Osteoporosis
Poisoning

Question 8 According to the Global Burden of Disease classification scheme, which of the following conditions is not a neuropsychiatric disorder?

Autism
Lupus
Migraines
Schizophrenia

Question 9 Which term is used to describe the absence or presence of illness or disease?

Demography
Morbidity
Mortality
Vitality

Question 10 According to the Global Burden of Disease classification scheme, which of the following conditions is not a neuropsychiatric disorder?

Bipolar disorder
Cerebral palsy
Congestive heart failure
Parkinson’s disease

Question 11 What is the target population for secondary prevention programs?

People without disease

People with early, non-symptomatic disease

People with symptomatic disease

Question 12 In 1900, what was the most common cause of death in the United States?

Cancer

Diarrhea

Heart disease

Pneumonia / influenza

Question 13 Which type of population is most likely to have a high fertility rate, high mortality rate, and short life expectancy?

High income area

Middle income area

Low income area

Question 14 Which of the following is an example of primary prevention?

Glaucoma (eye pressure) tests

Mammography (breast cancer screening)

Measles vaccination

Physical therapy following an injury

Question 15 Which term describes a shift toward lower birth and death rates that occurs as populations experience economic development?

Demographic transition

Epidemiologic transition

Nutrition transition

Socioeconomic transition

Question 16 Which is not an example of a modifiable risk factor?

Age

Exercise habits

Household income

Tobacco use

Question 17 Which is not an essential public health service?

Enforce laws and regulations that protect health and ensure safety.

Inform, educate, and empower people about health issues.

Monitor health status to identify community problems.

Research for new insights and innovative solutions to health problems.

All of the above are examples of essential public health services.

Question 18 Which of the following is not a criterion for causation?

A higher dose of the exposure is associated with higher risk of disease

Removing the exposure reduces the risk of disease

There is a clear time sequence, with the exposure occurring before onset of disease

There is a strong statistical association between having the exposure and having the disease

All of the above are causal criteria

Question 19 Which of the following statements is not true?

Low income populations tend to have a higher proportion of deaths from infection than NCDs

Lower middle income populations tend to have a higher proportion of deaths from injuries than infections.

Upper middle income populations tend to have a higher proportion of deaths from NCDs than infections

High income populations tend to have a higher proportion of deaths from NCDs than infections

Question 20 What is the most common cause of death in the United States today?

Cancer

Diarrhea

Heart disease

Pneumonia / influenza

Yellow fever

 

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