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Best-Practice Prescribing and Drug Diversion Training for West Virginia Nurses (1 Hour)

You can take the test without obligation. To earn CE credit, you need to pass the test, complete an evaluation, and register/pay for your Certificate of Completion. Your Certificate will be delivered online immediately upon completing the course registration. (There is no charge for free courses and online certificate delivery.)

  • 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 statement best reflects current trends in the prescription drug abuse problem?

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2. Which statement best describes recent trends in opioid prescribing in the United States?

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3. Which patient is most at risk for abusing opioid medication?

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4. A 42-year-old male patient has been taking oxycodone to help alleviate chronic shoulder pain sustained in a motorcycle accident last year. Which patient behavior would a clinician consider to be the most likely example of aberrant drug-related behavior (ADRB)?

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5. Which class of prescription drugs is most commonly associated with abuse, diversion, and overdose deaths?

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6. Statistics indicate that the most common source from which individuals obtain controlled substances for nonmedical use is:

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7. Which principle is articulated in the CDC guidelines for management of chronic pain?

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8. According to West Virginia’s SEMP clinical treatment algorithms, a 1st-line intervention for chronic pain is:

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9. Which is a “red flag” that may indicate drug diversion by a prescribing healthcare provider?

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10. Recommended risk reduction strategies for preventing drug diversion in West Virginia include:


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