NURS4465 Population and Community Nursing Module 4 Quiz  Question 1  Common cognitive responses to a  traumatic event include: (Select all that apply)  a. memory loss  b. confusion  c. excellent ability to concentrate  d. heightened ability to make decisions Question 2  The first level of disaster response occurs at the local level with the mobilization of responders such as: (Select all that apply)  a. local clergy  b. fire department  c. law enforcement  d. public health Question 3  The transmission of communicable diseases depends on the successful interaction of the following: (Select all that apply)  a. infectious agent  b. pesticides  c. the host  d. the environment Question 4  Triage in a disaster setting centers on individuals only.  True  False Question 5  Worldwide, infectious diseases are the leading killer of older adults.  True  False Question 6A method used by public health workers to track the source of an infection in the Water sedge case is known as the:  a.  multiple causation theory  b.  DNA mapping  c.  baseline screening  d.  mapping technique Question 7 Examples of infectious disease interventions based on primary prevention include: (Select all that apply)  a. restaurant inspections  b. rabies pre-exposure immunization  c. irresponsible sexual behavior  d. tetanus boosters and flu shots Question 8Following a disaster event, nurses can expect the victims to exhibit behavioral and emotional responses such as: (Select all that apply)  a. irritability  b. shock  c. numbness  d. being in control Question 9Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is transmitted through exposure to: (Select all that apply)  a. contaminated air  b. blood  c. semen  d. transplanted organs Question 10Nurses are prepared to use their skills in the following ways in the case of disasters: (Select all that apply)  a. assessment  b. priority setting  c. addressing both preventive and acute care needs  d. community resource referrals and liaison work Question 11The most common reportable infectious disease in the United States is:  a.  congenital syphilis  b.  Herpes Simplex Virus 2  c. Chlamydia  d. Human papillomavirus (HPV)Question 12This country has a tax-supported health system that is owned and operated by the government.  Services are available to all citizens without cost or for a small fee.  a.  South Korea  b.  Saudi Arabia  c.  Cuba  d.  The United Kingdom Question 13Recent reports by expatriate visitors to this country indicate that the greatest perk for foreign residents is the high-quality, low-cost health care. In the bigger cities, there are hospitals with state-of-the-art equipment, as well as specialists in all fields and physicians with private clinics.  a.  Brazil  b.  Portugal  c.  Ecuador  d.  Romania Question 14Which of the following defines a disaster?  a.  any event that results in multiple deaths  b.  devastation that cannot be relieved without assistance  c.  devastation that covers a broad geographic area  d.  when the event results in multiple injuries and deaths, as well as property damage Question 15The following country requires residents to purchase health insurance:  a. the Netherlands  b. Spain  c. Sweden  d. Japan Purchase this Tutorial.