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HIV/AIDS Training and Education for Healthcare Professionals

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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 statement correctly describes 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 the United States, which behavior carries the greatest estimated risk of acquiring HIV?

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5. The population with the highest risk for acquiring HIV is:

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6. One of the most important factors influencing the risk of HIV transmission is:

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7. Which is a true statement about antiretroviral HIV prevention interventions?

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8. Among those working in healthcare, who reports the most frequent blood and body fluid exposures?

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9. The CDC recommend which people be tested for HIV at least once?

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10. What is the advantage of carrying out a fifth-generation HIV test?

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11. Which is a correct statement regarding CDC HIV test counseling guidelines?

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12. The clinical stage of HIV infection in which seroconversion occurs is called:

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13. Antiretroviral therapy (ART) is recommended for:

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14. Which is a true statement about the complications of ART?

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15. Which is a true statement concerning HIV and coinfections?

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16. Chronic pain among those with HIV infections:

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17. Medical records pertaining to an individual’s HIV and/or AIDS status:

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18. The type of testing that does not tie the test results to the person is called:

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19. Neuropsychiatric effects that result from HIV infection are caused by:

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20. The most commonly known and reported psychiatric disorder among those with HIV is:


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