• Case study questions?

    Profile: Mr L is 78 years old and moved to this facility three months ago. Main medical past history: Duodenal ulcer, hypertension, urinary frequency, mild left sided stroke three years ago (resulting in a mild limp), Alzheimer’s Disease, poor sleep pattern (dozes during the day, restless at night). Current mobility: Walks briskly independently,... 顯示更多
    Profile: Mr L is 78 years old and moved to this facility three months ago. Main medical past history: Duodenal ulcer, hypertension, urinary frequency, mild left sided stroke three years ago (resulting in a mild limp), Alzheimer’s Disease, poor sleep pattern (dozes during the day, restless at night). Current mobility: Walks briskly independently, no walking aid, mild limp. Poor monitoring of his environment. Tends to sit most of the day, but enjoys activities when organised. Cognition: Moderate impairment. Actively participates in conversation, but does not tend to initiate conversation. Difficulty following more than two stage commands. Interests: Football (played for Carlton in the late 1940s, keen follower of football until recent years), ballroom dancing, fishing, ‘the bush’. 1. What are some possible options for improving the older person’s activity level? 2. What are some of the potential barriers to these options, and how might they be dealt with? 3. What are the implications for staff and residents if some of the proposed options were to be implemented?
    2 個解答 · Other - Diseases · 1 年前
  • Why are clinical practitioners and healthcare policy-makers expected to understand research and evidence-based practice?

    a. Because clinical practitioners are expected to do original research. b. So they can be more confident that what they are doing will actually work c. Because clincal practice and research use identical skill sets. d. All of the other answers are correct.
    a. Because clinical practitioners are expected to do original research. b. So they can be more confident that what they are doing will actually work c. Because clincal practice and research use identical skill sets. d. All of the other answers are correct.
    3 個解答 · Medicine · 1 年前
  • About illness questions.?

    A patient has a fear of contracting various illnesses. As a way of managing this fear, he refuses to allow certain chemicals to be brought into his home, will never eat food cooked by anyone else and showers approximately five times per day. These three behaviours are all examples of: a. Anxiety b. Fear c. Avoidance d. Panic attacks Which one is... 顯示更多
    A patient has a fear of contracting various illnesses. As a way of managing this fear, he refuses to allow certain chemicals to be brought into his home, will never eat food cooked by anyone else and showers approximately five times per day. These three behaviours are all examples of: a. Anxiety b. Fear c. Avoidance d. Panic attacks Which one is the answer?
    3 個解答 · Psychology · 2 年前
  • Mental health diagnoses question:?

    The overlap that occurs between diagnostic labels in psychology (such that an individual can meet criteria for a number of mental health diagnoses) is called... a. Symptom Constancy b. Comorbidity c. Reification d. Stigma
    The overlap that occurs between diagnostic labels in psychology (such that an individual can meet criteria for a number of mental health diagnoses) is called... a. Symptom Constancy b. Comorbidity c. Reification d. Stigma
    1 個解答 · Psychology · 2 年前
  • About GAD (Generalised anxiety disorder) question?

    Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) is a pervasive condition in which the sufferer experiences: a. fear of fear b. continual apprehension and anxiety about future events c. continual flashback to past events d. a desire to check that the environment is safe Which one is answer?
    Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) is a pervasive condition in which the sufferer experiences: a. fear of fear b. continual apprehension and anxiety about future events c. continual flashback to past events d. a desire to check that the environment is safe Which one is answer?
    3 個解答 · Mental Health · 2 年前
  • What type of research would be conducted to determine whether digital thermometers can detect children’s fever?

    a) diagnostic test study b) intervention study c) qualitative study d) prognostic study Which one is answer?
    a) diagnostic test study b) intervention study c) qualitative study d) prognostic study Which one is answer?
    3 個解答 · Homework Help · 2 年前
  • Practice Questions for Evidence Based Practice.?

    Which of the following is the most appropriate research design for a study interested in exploring the experiences of people who live with cancer? a) Controlled observational study b) Case-control study c) Phenomenologicalstudy d) Randomised controlled trial Which one is the answer?
    Which of the following is the most appropriate research design for a study interested in exploring the experiences of people who live with cancer? a) Controlled observational study b) Case-control study c) Phenomenologicalstudy d) Randomised controlled trial Which one is the answer?
    2 個解答 · Homework Help · 2 年前
  • What type of research would be conducted to determine whether ultrasounds detect muscle tears?

    Which one is answer? a) Prognostic study b) Diagnostic test study c) Intervention study d) Aetiological study
    Which one is answer? a) Prognostic study b) Diagnostic test study c) Intervention study d) Aetiological study
    1 個解答 · Medicine · 2 年前
  • It is always unethical to reward people for their participation in research.?

    Is True or False?
    Is True or False?
    5 個解答 · Polls & Surveys · 2 年前
  • Deception is never ethical in research?

    True or False?
    True or False?
    5 個解答 · Polls & Surveys · 2 年前
  • Respiratory Question 7.?

    In patients with emphysema, what is the main stimulus of respiratory regulation? a. low O2 levels in the CSF b. high O2 levels in the CSF c. low CO2 levels in the CSF d.high CO2 levels in the CSF
    In patients with emphysema, what is the main stimulus of respiratory regulation? a. low O2 levels in the CSF b. high O2 levels in the CSF c. low CO2 levels in the CSF d.high CO2 levels in the CSF
    3 個解答 · Respiratory Diseases · 2 年前
  • Respiratory Question 4.?

    Why does vital capacity decrease in old age? a. The diameter of the trachea decreases, making it harder to get air into and out of the lungs. b. The chest wall becomes more rigid and the lungs lose their elasticity. c. The diaphragm weakens with age. d. The elasticity of the lungs increases, causing the lungs to collapse.
    Why does vital capacity decrease in old age? a. The diameter of the trachea decreases, making it harder to get air into and out of the lungs. b. The chest wall becomes more rigid and the lungs lose their elasticity. c. The diaphragm weakens with age. d. The elasticity of the lungs increases, causing the lungs to collapse.
    2 個解答 · Respiratory Diseases · 2 年前
  • Respiratory Question 3.?

    What term refers to the air left in the lungs after a maximal exhalation? a. vital capacity b. residual volume c. dead space volume d. expiratory reserve volume
    What term refers to the air left in the lungs after a maximal exhalation? a. vital capacity b. residual volume c. dead space volume d. expiratory reserve volume
    2 個解答 · Medicine · 2 年前