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GRAND HLT605 EXAM 2 (2016) ALL CORRECT
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1. In writing a successful press release, which of the following items is NOT important?

Having a powerful headline.

Being short.

Using medical terminology or other jargon appropriate for the target audience.

B and C.

None of the above.

2. ________ is the communication channel most appropriate in addressing a new program initiative.

Community meetings.

Television commercials.

Scientific journals.

Press conferences.

C and D.

3. _______ are skills and the accessibility of resources that make it possible for a motivated person to take action.

Reinforcing factors.

Contributing factors.

Predisposing factors.

Enabling factors.

Disabling factors.

4. _________ is the communication channel most appropriate in addressing strategic planning.

Community meetings.

Television commercials.

Scientific journals.

Press conferences.

C and D.

5. ________ is the communication channel most appropriate in addressing research study results.

Health fairs.

Television commercials.

Scientific journals.

Press conferences.

C and D.

6. Which is the Healthy People Lead Federal Agency for the Focus area of Sexually Transmitted Diseases?

National Institutes of Health.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Health Resources and Services Administration.

All of the above.

A and B only.

7. Principles of communication include the following:

Ensure cultural competency.

Use multiple channels keyed to the target audience.

Keep the method simple.

A and B only.

A, B, and C.

8. is an example of prevention at the primary level.

Promoting condom use for HIV prevention.

Testing for HIV.

Referral to AIDS Service Organization for linkage to Care.

None of the above.

All of the above.

9. In which of the following ways can GIS technology assist in environmental epidemiologic investigations?

Defining the population potentially exposed.
Treating those exposed to contaminants.
Developing protocols for interventions.
None of the above.
All of the above.

10. ________ are the attitudes and climate of support from providers of services, families, and community groups who reinforce the health behavior of an individual who is motivated and able to adopt the behavior, but who will discontinue the behavior if it is not reward.

Reinforcing factors.

Contributing factors.

Predisposing factors.

Enabling factors.

Disabling factors.

11. ______  is the analysis of inputs and implementation experiences to track changes as a result of a program or policy.

Outcome evaluation.

Impact evaluation.

Economic evaluation.

Process evaluation.

Formative evaluation.

12. Which is the Healthy People Lead Federal Agency for the Focus area of Food Safety?

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

National Institutes of Health.

Food and Drug Administration.

Health Resources and Services Administration.

B and D only.

13. __________ are knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and values that motivate people to take appropriate health action.

Reinforcing factors.

Contributing factors.

Predisposing factors.

Enabling factors.

Disabling factors.

14. The ___ is sponsored jointly by the CDC and the NCHS as part of the HHS. Its primary goal is to estimate the national prevalence of selected diseases and risk factors.

NHANES

CPS

NHIS

NCHF

BRFSS

15. ______ are directed at controlling environmental variables to accomplish health-promotion goals.

Coercive strategies.

Automatic-protective strategies.

Direct-geographic strategies.

Educational strategies.

Environmental strategies.

16. Is an example of a coercive strategy to accomplish a health promotion goal.

Requiring treatment for persons addicted to drugs.

Making drug education programs available to patients in a care facility.

Referring patients to drug counseling.

A and C.

None of the above.

17. The NIH has developed the NIH Information Index to provide information on____.

Diseases that are currently under by the NIH.

Information on federal morbidity and mortality.

Important health-related topics.

A and C only.

All of the above.

18. Which of the following was NOT a question included in the first U.S. Census?

Number of free slaves.

Number of slaves.

Number of free white females.

Name of head of household.

None of the above.

19. The ____ is completed monthly by the Census Bureau for the Department of Labor and updated annually. It contains basic information on health care.

NHANES

CPS

NHIS

NCHF

BRFSS

20. Determines whether intermediate objectives have been achieved.

Outcome evaluation.

Impact evaluation.

Economic evaluation.

Process evaluation.

Formative evaluation.

 

 

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  • GRAND HLT605 EXAM 2 (2016) ALL CORRECT
    $17.00

    Question 1. In writing a successful press release, which of the following items is NOT important? Having a powerful headline. Being short. Using medical terminology or other jargon appropriate for the target audience. B and C

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