HHS 101 Midterm 2023

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What is the title of the textbook needed in this course?

Stanfield's Introduction to Health Professionals

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What is UK ranked in pharmacy schools?

6th

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What majors can you complete for pre-professional tracks in the College of Education?

Health Promotion and Kinesiology

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What is the minimum GPA to be accepted into the Teacher Education Program?

2.75

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How many credit hours must you have to get a minor in health promotion?

24 credit hours

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How many credit hours must you have to get a minor in coaching?

18 credit hours

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Which term describes the mechanism used to standardize the quality of various health professions training programs across the country?

accreditation

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The healthcare professional that safeguards the use of radiation is most likely to seek employment in waste disposal, regulatory agencies and the military or private industries.

Health Physicist

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The area within radiation sciences that requires a graduate degree and high levels of precision in making calculations for recommended dosages of safe and useful radiation treatment is:

Medical Physics

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Does the "Rad Tech" interpret and/or diagnose from reading the x-rays they take?

No

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Which of the following fields studied in this course was referred to as the invisible profession because patients rarely see this person?

Medical Physics

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What assignment is due every class and is used to introduce the guest speaker and take attendance?

QOTD

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Some TYPES OF TRAINING do NOT require you to complete a formal accredited educational program at the certificate associate, bachelor's, or graduate level. What is the term for that type of training?

OJT: on the job training

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What degree type is offered on all of UK's med school campuses?

MD

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T/F: UK has a pass/fail curriculum for all four years of medical school.

True

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What are the campuses for UK's College of Medicine?

Northern Kentucky, Bowling Green, Lexington, Morehead

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T/F: There are four locations of UK's College of Medicine across Kentucky.

True

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A PA can specialize after...

completing a residency

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T/F: A PA can prescribe narcotic pain medicine.

False

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Which undergrad degree is most similar to MLS?

Nursing

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What percentage of medical treatment decisions rely on laboratory results?

65-70%

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T/F: You can get your graduate degree paid for if you are in MLS.

True

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What does the CCC at the end of an SLP's name stand for?

Certificate of Clinical Competence

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Professionals in the Communication Sciences and Disorders field are called?

SLPs, Audiologists, Speech and Hearing Scientists

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What does communication convey?

All of the above

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What is the most commons settings for athletic trainers to work in?

College/Secondary schools

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T/F: Athletic Trainers are responsible for people other than athletes.

True

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Who are athletic trainers recognized by?

All of the above

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What are the two degrees you can obtain through the college of pharmacy?

PharmD and PhD

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What PharmD application must you complete to apply for school?

PharmCAS

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You can get a degree form the College of Education and be on a pre-professional track?

True

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What graduate programs are offered for careers in Exercise Science?

All of the above

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Where could you work with a Health Promotion career?

All of the above

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What are the minors you can have in Health Promotion and Kinesiology?

Coaching and Health Promotion

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What are the ways to use radiation to detect a diagnosis?

All fo the above

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What is not an area of specialization inn medical physics?

Quality Assurance

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What is the base level of training for a radiologic technologist?

X-Ray Radiographer (RT)

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CT Stands for Computed Technology?

False: Computed Tomography

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What profession is a radiologist assistant similar to?

Physician Assistant profession

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What are some responsibilities of a radiologist?

All of the above

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CIRCA stands for

caring and compassion, integrity, respect, competence (preform a task effectively with desirable outcomes), accountability

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Most important preventive strategies for athletes?

sleep

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CAATE

Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education

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Athletic trainers work under

the supervision of a physician

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Who runs out onto the field during an injury?

Athletic trainers

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The Board of Certification is a state or national exam

national

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Licensure is awarded by the

state

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Which are career opportunities for Pharmacists?

All of the above

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What is PBM?

Pharmacy Benefit Manager

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What is a medical device?

Used to administer medicine

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What is a challenge/current issue for pharmacy?

Challenge of communicating what pharmacists do, Challenge of payment for cognitive services, and Ethical problems

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Who do PA's work under?

A Doctor of Medicine

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What are the requirements needed to become a pharmacist?

Licensure- Earn a PharmD from a college of pharmacy and pass several exams

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What is the work description of a pharmacist?

Advice on proper selection and use of medication

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What exam is required for pharmacy graduates?

North American Pharmacist Licensure Exam- has 2 parts

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What is an MLS, formerly known as Med Tech?

Medical Laboratory Scientist

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What is a CLS?

Clinical Laboratory Specialist

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Which occupation has licensure at the state level?

Pharmacy

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Residency Programs provide you with _________.

certification

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What field of pharmacy uses radioactive medication to diagnose disease?

Nuclear

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What provides healthcare workers with a research aspect of work?

Fellowships

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Athletic Training deals with what kind of care?

Emergency and Immediate Care

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Is non-ionizing or ionizing radiation harmful to tissue?

ionizing

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What does radiology include?

Diagnostic Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, and Interventional Radiology

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Diagnostic Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, and Interventional Radiology

Interventional Radiology

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In which of the following settings away from the hospital are you likely to find a clinical (medical) lab scientist working?

All the healthcare facilities

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Which bodily fluids are used in medical laboratory?

Which bodily fluids are used in medical laboratory?

Urine, Semen, Spinal Fluid, Blood

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How long is pharmacy school?

4 years

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What does a compounding pharmacist do?

Customizes dosages

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"Drug Regimen Review" means retrospective, current, and prospective review from a pharmacist of patients drug related history including:

Evaluation of prescription drug orders and patient records, evaluation of prescription drug orders and patients for interactions, reactions, and proper utilization.

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Evaluation of prescription drug orders and patient records, evaluation of prescription drug orders and patients for interactions, reactions, and proper utilization.

Applying research to the community

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Specialty area after rad tech

sonography

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NOT ionizing radiation

sound waves

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How do you become an athletic trainer?

Accreditation, Masters, and 2 years of clinical experience

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NATA

National Athletic Trainers Association

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AT mission

to enhance the quality of healthcare proved by CERTIFIED athletic trainers and to advance the AT profession.

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MR

magnetic resonance

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PET

positron emission tomography

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t is important to learn about various health professions in addition to your own because:

All of the above

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Admissions directors of various health professions programs suggest that students may become more aware of what "they really want to be" if they:

Shadow health care professionals to gain exposure to particular fields.

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What kind of experience is STRONGLY recommended for folks interested in careers in the health professions?

Shadowing

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What learning strategy is beneficial for your learning in this course?

All of the above

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The learning strategy used at the beginning of class to grab your attention and keep attendance is:

QOTD

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The common pre-requisites for all health professions studied so far:

All of the above

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In which of the following settings apart from the hospital, are you likely to find a clinical (medical) lab scientist working?

All of the above

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Which of the following BODY FLUIDS are included in analysis by the medical clinical laboratory?

All of the above

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Careers in the medical lab sciences require certain KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS which may include:

All of the above

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The new name for a "med tech" or clinical lab scientist is:

Medical Laboratory Specialist

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The MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST or medical laboratory scientist includes which of the following functions:

All of the above

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Which field is typically known for detailed, independent "DETECTIVE WORK" in diagnostics behind the scene?

Medical technology or clinical lab specialists

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What's in blood?

All of the above

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The MLS in the urinalysis lab provides information about:

All of the above

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Which field DOES NOT require a graduate level degree for clinical practice?

Medical Laboratory Sciences

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What "one thing" or personal characteristics do all healthcare professions list as #1?

Compassion

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In the medical laboratory, agar from which animal is used to run tests?

Cows

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Why is it so important to know the correct blood type for each patient?

Transfusion of the wrong blood type may be fatal in approximately 25% of cases.

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The job market outlook for medical lab scientists is very good based on which of the following reasons:

All of the above

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UK College of Pharmacy requires which undergraduate degree for admissions to their Pharmacy program:

No specific undergraduate degree is required.

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The profession of Pharmacy evolved from special training known as:

an apprenticeship

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In which setting do MOST Pharmacy graduates enter the healthcare work force?

a community pharmacy

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