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HIV/AIDS Training for Washington Healthcare Professionals (4 CH)

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  • You must score 70% or better to pass this test.
  • Select one answer for each question.
  • Review your selections before submitting the test for grading.
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1. Which is a correct statement about infection with HIV?

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2. The key component of the immune system that HIV attacks is the:

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3. The rate of HIV diagnosis is highest in which region of the United States?

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4. In Washington State, what was the average number of new HIV infections reported per year from 2010 to 2014?

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5. Which population group is most affected by HIV in the United States?

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6. Which is a correct statement about populations at risk for HIV?

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7. Which body fluid has been proven to transmit HIV infection?

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8. In the United States, which route of transmission is currently more likely to cause HIV infection?

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9. Which is a true statement about HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs)?

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10. Safer sex practices to reduce the risk of HIV infection include using:

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11. Which is a true statement about biomedical prevention interventions?

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12. Which work situation poses the highest risk for occupational exposure to HIV?

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13. An Exposure Control Plan requires that the employer:

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14. To comply with Standard Precautions, healthcare practitioners should wear gloves:

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15. What is the appropriate action for contaminated laundry disposal?

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16. After exposure to the blood of a patient, a healthcare professional should immediately:

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17. Postexposure prophylaxis (PEP) for a needlestick injury should begin within:

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18. Violation of confidentiality laws is:

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19. Under Washington State law, the parents of a child 14 years of age or older who may have come in contact with HIV:

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20. In Washington State, the first step for an employee who believes that he or she is being discriminated against in the workplace based on a HIV/AIDS diagnosis is to document the discrimination and:

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21. Symptoms of depression in patients with HIV include:

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22. Which is a correct statement about HIV stigma and discrimination?

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23. Which is a correct statement about suicide among individuals with HIV/AIDS?

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24. Which is a true statement regarding special issues that affect specific populations of patients with HIV/AIDS?


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