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Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma CE for Kentucky Nurses
Prevent and Report Shaken Baby Syndrome

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. “Pediatric abusive head trauma” is defined by the State of Kentucky as:

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2. Infants are at greater risk than adults to head trauma because their:

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3. According to study findings, a clinician who assesses families for risk of pediatric abusive head trauma finds which situation to present the highest risk?

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4. Which is the most accurate statement regarding clinical presentation and history in cases of possible pediatric abusive head trauma (PAHT)?

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5. Which question is not part of a nursing neurological assessment of a child suspected of having an abusive head injury?

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6. Which injury describes normal developmental patterns of accidental injury in the 0- to 3-year-old age range?

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7. Which is not an evidence-based question to ask oneself in order to distinguish between accidental and abusive injuries when assessing an injured child?

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8. Which intervention by a healthcare professional is the best example of a primary child abuse prevention strategy?

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9. The Period of PURPLE Crying program’s target population is:

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10. Which is an example of a secondary prevention service for child maltreatment that is commonly provided by a home-visiting program?

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11. Which is a correct statement regarding mandated reporting of child abuse and/or neglect, to include pediatric abusive head trauma, in Kentucky?


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