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Quiz by Jennifer Lincoln

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  • Q1
    It helps to control prejudice by:
    believing your first impression and not allowing others to influence your thoughts
    evaluating all information before making a judgment
    doing all of the above
    believing only what your parents have taught you about other races
  • Q2
    Good listening skills include
    showing interest, hearing the message, and not interrupting.
    labeling, cultural sensitivity, and talking slowly.
    verbal message, written communication, and a receiver
    a message, a sender, and a receiver
  • Q3
    Barriers to communication include:
    labeling others, talking too fast, and sensory impairment.
    lack of interest, sensory impairment, and feeling hungry.
    making eye contact, being too close, and sending a clear message.
    active listening, body language, and verbal tone.
  • Q4
    Eye contact, facial expressions, gestures, and touch are
    barriers to communication
    nonverbal communication.
    none of the above
    verbal communication.
  • Q5
    Shrugging your shoulders or nodding your head yes or no is an example of:
    cultural competence
    facial expressions
    spoken message
  • Q6
    Subjective observations are:
    seen, felt, and heard.
    felt and heard, not seen.
    not seen, ideas, thoughts, and opinions.
    ideas and thoughts that are felt and heard
  • Q7
    Objective observations:
    not seen, such as ideas, thoughts and opinions
    none of the above
    seen but not heard
    can be seen, felt, heard, smelled
  • Q8
    An example of subjective observation is:
    Mr. Jones has a temperature of 102 degrees F.
    Mr. Jones' has a loud cough.
    Mr. Jones' skin is red and flushed.
    Mr. Jones says he is in a lot of pain
  • Q9
    An example of an objective observation is:
    The patient complains of a headache.
    The patient has large wound on his left leg.
    The patient complains of numbness to his left hand.
    The patients complains of feeling dizzy.
  • Q10
    The patient complains of numbness and tingling to his right hand:
    objective observation
    subjective observation
  • Q11
    The patient's wound is 4 inches long:
    subjective observation
    objective observation
  • Q12
    The patient has an oral temperature of 99.6 degrees:
    objective observation
    subjective observation
  • Q13
    The patients complains of feeling dizzy:
    subjective observation
    objective observation
  • Q14
    If a health care worker observes any unusual event or change in a patient's condition, they must report it:
    to their supervisor the following day
    they don't need to report it
    to their supervisor immediately
    the next time they see the doctor
  • Q15
    Documentation on a medical record is
    admissible in a court of law
    always done in ink
    a record of what was done or not done for a patient/client
    all of the above

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