HEALTHCARE 3 – The ethical principle concerned

Subject: General Questions / General General Questions Question
The ethical principle concerned with a person’s right to self-determination and informed consent in health care is called:

A. autonomy.

B. beneficence.

C. justice.

D. respect.

_____________ people tend to have the most psychological problems and the highest stress levels.

A. Assimilated

B. Marginalized

C. Integrated

D. Separated

A theory of disease causation where illness results from upset of the balance between the person and environment is called _____ theory.

A. personalistic

B. naturalistic

C. germ

D. humoral

According to the Institute of Medicine, the five domains of health include all of the following EXCEPT:

A. environmental exposures.

B. physical movement.

C. behavior.

D. social circumstances.

An ancient theoretical belief that our bodies have four important fluids that must be balanced for health is called _____ theory.

A. personalistic

B. allopathic

C. germ

D. humoral

The vital force in ayurvedic medicine is:

A. vita.

B. prana.

C. chi.

D. doshas.

Which of the following statements is true about CLAS?

A. The adoption of the CLAS standards is expected to help advance better health and health care in the United States.

• B. The adoption of the CLAS standards states that excluding persons on grounds of race, color, national origin, creed, or any other ground unrelated to the patient’s need for the service or the availability of the needed service is unconstitutional.

C. CLAS standards provide social programs, such as food stamps, public housing, and Head Start.

D. CLAS standards monitor priority health risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death.

How many CLAS standards are there?

A. 12

B. 13

C. 14

D. 15

In ayurvedic medicine there are _____ chakras.

A. 6

B. 7

C. 8

D. 12

A belief of disease causation where it is thought illness is caused by misbehavior or intervention of a supernatural being is _____ theory.

A. personalistic

B. naturalistic

C. germ

D. humoral

____________ is/are the thoughts, communications, actions, customs, beliefs, values, and institutions of racial, ethnic, religious, or social groups.

A. Culture

B. Race

C. Ethnicity

D. Social background

Being truthful and providing information that is necessary is called:

A. fidelity.

B. beneficence.

C. veracity.

D. respect.

Theory of illness wherein it is thought that microorganisms cause disease is known as _____ theory.

A. personalistic

B. naturalistic

C. germ

D. humoral

Another word for biomedical medicine is:

A. allopathic.

B. natural.

C. physiologic.

D. biotic.

Which of the following statements is TRUE?

A. Holistic medicine offers no support to patients.

B. All cultures welcome holistic medicine as primary scientific evidence.

C. Holistic medicine is viewed as scientific.

D. Holistic medicine is sometimes viewed as being unscientific.

A person’s physical characteristics and genetic or biological makeup is called:

A. culture.

B. race.

C. ethnicity.

D. origin.

___________refers to personal character and what the individual believes is right or wrong conduct.

A. Ethics

B. Standards

C. Morality

D. Autonomy

All of the following are characteristics of ethnicity EXCEPT:

A. religion.

B. values.

C. eye color.

D. language.

One of the most important predictors of health disparities is:

A. having health insurance.

B. socioeconomic status.

C. having annual physical exams.

D. stress management skills.

The four rings in the Purnell model do NOT include:

A. community.

B. neighbors.

C. family.

D. person.

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