HLTH 3115 Final Exam Week 6 (150 out of 150 points)


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HLTH 3115 Final Exam

  1. Which is the reason that global health technologies and products are abandoned before completion?
  2. In which way might epidemiologists use cell phone technology?
  3. In which way do demographic and epidemiological transitions in developing nations affect their national economic productivity?
  4. What does WHO have in common with its frequent partners UNICEF and UNIFEM?
  5. For those with no global health experience or education, entry-level strategies to pursue a career in global health include volunteer, internship, and __________ positions.
  6. Examples of cardiovascular disease include cerebrovascular disease, rheumatic heart disease, and __________ .
  7. Which MDG has the goal of improving maternal health?
  8. Which of the following is the coordinated effort to limit the use of antibiotics and other antimicrobial drugs to that cases that truly need them?
  9. What does the out-of-pocket model of health care system encourage?
  10. Factors that contribute to older people adding value to a society include good health and __________.
  11. Examples of ethically-sensitive issues which are regulated and that affect deeply personal health choices include abortion and __________.
  12. Early in the field of public health which of the following was limited to a fixed distance, meaning that the health problems of other states or countries seemed not only far away but unimportant?
  13. To whom do advocacy organizations bring awareness?
  14. Diabetes can cause damage to parts of the body including eyes, heart, kidneys, and __________.
  15. Which is an example of a geographic challenge to health care systems?
  16. In 1988, the IOM published a report titled, “The Future of Public Health” stated there are three core functions of public health: policy development, assurance and __________.
  17. Which of the following is a self-grading mechanism that identifies success and failure?
  18. Mortality among newborn and infant children depends heavily on __________.
  19. CDIFF, MRSA and GAS are all examples of what?
  20. Which area of global health specialty might require a specific certification?
  21. NGOs engaged in global health are categorized by their __________.
  22. Which is an example of tertiary level of health care in low-income countries?
  23. Which of the following types of research uses guided interviews and case studies?
  24. Besides helping to implement global health interventions in developing areas, what do funds from developed countries help the developing areas to build?
  25. Which is the reason that developing areas have more communicable diseases as leading causes of mortality?
  26. Health-related activities included under WHO’s most recent annual budget include interventions for communicable and non-communicable diseases, health policy, and __________.
  27. A healthcare system involves a variety of
  28. Potential challenges to collaborative large-scale global health projects that will demand future compromise include how participants are treated, cultural disagreements to conducting studies, and __________.
  29. Which type of disease is finally beginning to receive treatment strategies due to increases in donor support and grants for medical technology and innovation?
  30. Which of the following organizations directs its efforts toward presidential initiatives such as Feed the Future, the Global Health Initiative, and U.S. Global Climate Change Initiative?
  31. Which characterizes an NGO with an empowering orientation?
  32. The reason that health care systems are often at the front line of public health is that they witness __________.
  33. Which technological product is being recycled and used in the developing world?
  34. Which technological product is being recycled and used in the developing world?
  35. Approximately how much of US health expenditures as a percentage of GDP is publicly funded?
  36. The professionals who helped to create the objectives, targets, and indicators for the Global Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases 2013-2020 include practitioners, clinicians, economists, and __________.
  37. Stroke is the leading cause of mortality in __________ income
  38. How were personal health behaviors modified in Russia during the 2014 Olympic Games?
  39. Which organization works to promote food security and combat hunger via the Cash and Vouchers, Food for Assets, Purchase for Progress, School Meals, and Center of Excellence programs?
  40. What does the global health organization Maria Stopes International provide?