NU664C 2022 May Week 2 Quiz Latest

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NU664C Primary Care of the Psychiatric Mental Health Client I

Week 2 Quiz   

Question 1Actions judged based on their inherent value regardless of their consequences is based on which ethical decision-making approach?

 a.Teleological theory

 b.Virtue ethics

 c.Deontological theory

! Deontological theory considers the inherent value regardless of consequences.

 d.Justice principal

Question 2?Brain plasticity, which refers to the brain's capacity to change in response to an event, ________.

 a.is the same for all individuals

 b.involves physical changes in the brain

 c.is absent in older adults

 d.is independent of genetic influence

 e.is a concept not well received by scientists

Question 3 ?Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) is a code set by the American Medical Association.  What is Its function?

  a.Describe medical, surgical, and diagnostic services

 b.Communicate uniform information about medical services

 c.Describe services for billing purposes

 d.All of the answers

Question 4

?Symptoms of anxiety and panic are associated with a low level of which neurotransmitter?

  a.ortisol

 b.Dopamine

 c.Norepinephrine

 d.Gamma-aminobutyric acid

 e.Glutamate

Question 5?The brain structure that is believed to have a gating/filtering function and is the area of the brain through which all sensory information passes en route to various cortical areas is which of the following?

 a.Brainstem

 b.Reticular activating system

 c.Thalamus

 d.Hypothalamus

 e.Cerebellum

Question 6?The range of personal, social, economic, and environmental factors that influence health status are known as which of the following?

 a.Tertiary action items

 b.Epidemiological patterns and prevalence

 c.Determinants of health

 d.IHI's Triple Aim

Question 7The role of neurotransmitters in the central nervous system is to function as ________.

 a.a communication medium

 b.a gatekeeper for transmissions

 c.a building block for amino acids

 d.an agent to break down enzymes

Question 8?This portion of the brain is implicated in addiction medicine.  The rewards pathway lights up in this area of the brain when substances are abused.  It is believed that long-term damage from methamphetamine abuse can cause chronic feelings of loss of interest, flat affect, and social isolation.

 a.Hippocampus

 b.ucleus accumbens

 c.Corpus callosum

 d.Basal ganglia

 e.Hypothalamus

 f.Reticular information system

Question 9What is the most effective strategy for a PMHNP to act as a change agent in mental health policy?

 a.Serve on a legislative committee

 b.Write the media about mental health issues

 c.Advocate for patients in the hospital

 d.Notify the patient of their rights

Question 10?What is the principle excitatory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system?

 a.

Gamma-aminobutyric acid

 b.Serotonin

 c.Dopamine

 d.Glutamate

 e.Acetylcholine

Question 11?What is the purpose of the American Nurses Association's Scope and Standards of Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nursing Practice?

  a.Define the role and action for the NP

 b.Establish the legal authority for the prescription of psychotropic medications

 c.Define the legal authority of the PMHNP

 d.Define the differences between the physician role and the NP role

Question 12Which of the following definitions of statutory law is ?

 a.Statutory law outlines the rules and regulations for each state and may provide restrictions in practice unique to a specific state.

 b.Statutory law is a process by which an agency of state government grants permission to individuals accountable for the practice of a profession.

 c.Statutory law protects the public by ensuring a minimal level of professional competence.

 d.Statutory law is a process that provides title protection.

Question 13?Which of the following bestdescribes population health?

 a.Delivering the same health care to all people

 b.Stratifying risk within populations

 c.The quality of medical health care

 d.Linking outcomes to patterns of health determinants

Question 14Which of these brain structures puts emotional meaning on a stimulus, forms emotional memories, and is involved with rage and fear?

  a.Hippocampus

 b.Basal ganglia

 c.Amygdala

 d.Midbrain

Question 15Which structure in the brain is responsible for temperature regulation, thirst, appetite, endocrine control, and sleep and wakefulness?

  a.Basal ganglia

 b.Amygdala

 c.Thalamus

 d.Hypothalamus

 e.Hippocampus 

Question 16Each state has its own Board of tration for Nursing, but the federal agency NONPF regulates the practice of PMHNPs.

  True

 False

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