9. Quiz

A. INTRODUCTION

1. Which of the following principles and values is most important for global health?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: d) All principles and values are equally important.

2. What is essential for a career in global health?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: b) Global health knowledge, skills and values.

B. COMMUNICATOR

3. Based on evidence from patients who cannot communicate effectively with their doctors due to a language barrier, which of the following demonstrate(s) the need for medical interpretation?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: d) A & C

4. Which one of the following is true in terms of family members acting as interpreters?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: c) Family members sometimes withhold important information.

5. During the patient/doctor interview, which of the following should be followed?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: b) Interpreter should sit next to the patients or slightly behind to improve the physician-patient connection.

6. Which of the following is not a step to be taken at the end of the interview session?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: a) Explain the interpreter’s role to the patient.

C. MEDICAL EXPERT

7. The role of the medical expert includes:

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: d) All of the above

8. The key to treating refugee health problems is:

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: c) Disease prevention strategies and understanding the context of the situations patients are coming from.

9. Which of the following is/are barrier(s) refugees face when accessing the Canadian health care system?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: d) All of the above

10. When assessing older immigrants’ health condition, medical experts must take into account:

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: e) All of the above

D. ADVOCATE

11. Which of the following are needed for health advocacy?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: d) All of the above

E. PROFESSIONAL

12. What does ethical engagement lead to?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: d) All of the above

13. What activities should be done prior to embarking on a global health elective? Choose the best answer.

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: c) Participate in pre departure training including topics such as health and safety, cultural and language competency and ethical considerations.

14. You are working within a resource-limited setting in Canada or overseas. A supervisor asks you to perform a task that you know you are not qualified to do. How should you proceed?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: c) Reflect on the ethical implications of your actions and practice within your knowledge and skills level.

F. COLLABORATOR

15. Which of the following statements accurately describe(s) collaboration to improve health care delivery?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: d) All of the above

16. In order to effectively manage collaborative teams, individuals need to:

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: d) A & B

G. LEADER

17. The role of the leader in the healthcare setting is:

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: c) To ensure the clinic is able to deal with complex situations and provide quality care in resource-limited settings.

18. Some of the most vulnerable refugees are (select the best answer):

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: b) Women and children.

H. SCHOLAR

19. What approach is useful in developing evidence-based recommendations?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: a) GRADE (Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development & Evaluation)

20. Which two parasites warrant routine serology testing in certain sub-populations?

checkmark iconX iconThe answer is: c) Schistosoma & Strongyloides