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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. It's stated, in the O to the P, that some people thought that Paul Farmer was . . .
(a) Oblivious to money matters.
(b) Fastidious with funding.
(c) Impractical with money.
(d) Reckless with financial funds.
2. Who does Paul Farmer borrow money from to pay for the 2002 expansion while waiting for the Global Fund money to arrive?
(a) A commercial bank in Boston.
(b) Bill Gates.
(c) A commerical bank in Peru.
(d) Tom White.
3. Who pays for the interest payments on Paul Farmer's 2002 expansion loan?
(a) Church members from South Carolina.
(b) PIH employees with the highest salaries.
(c) Doctors from Massachusetts General Hospital.
(d) Medical interns from Harvard.
4. Who announces plans to establish a transfusion post at Zanmi Lasante in the Afterword of Mountains Beyond Mountains?
(a) The Green Light Committee.
(b) The Red Cross.
(c) The Gates Foundation.
(d) Doctors without Borders.
5. What do some prominent voices in the US Government continue to argue cannot be done in 2002?
(a) Treat AIDS in unstable governments.
(b) Treat AIDS in desperately impoverished places.
(c) Treat MDR-TB in unstable governments.
(d) Treat MDR-TB in desperately impoverished places.
6. According to the author, what would Paul Farmer have thought of Jim Young Kim's action at the banquet in Russia?
(a) He would have been angry.
(b) He would have been proud.
(c) He would have been embarrassed.
(d) He would have done the same thing.
7. What is the cost when Paul Farmer seeks treatment for cases that are too complicated or outside of his specialty?
(a) The cost of tests and equipment only.
(b) Free of charge.
(c) $50,000 per visit.
(d) Hundreds of thousands of dollars.
8. Who elected president of Haiti in 2000?
(b) Baby Doc Duvalier.
9. What type of doctors does Paul Farmer says he wants to work at his clinic in A Light Month for Travel?
(a) People less driven than himself.
(b) People as driven as himself.
(c) Indigenous Haitians.
(d) Women and minorities.
10. What other disease do the Russian patients that Paul Farmer treats for TB also tend to have?
11. What three things does Paul Farmer say are co-infectious in his second lecture in Cuba?
(a) Infectious disease, poor diet, and polluted water.
(b) Wealth, poverty, and tuberculosis.
(c) Poverty, inequality, and poor health.
(d) Wealth, ignorance, and success.
12. What happens to the prices of second line antibiotics after World Health Organization's new policies for MDR-TB in 2002?
(a) They decline.
(b) They go up and down continually.
(c) They rise.
(d) They remain the same.
13. How is Paul involved with the TB projects in Peru and Russia in the late 1990s?
(a) He runs both projects.
(b) He is not; both are independent of Partners in Health.
(c) He is a fundraiser only.
(d) He is an advisor.
14. How does Paul Farmer channel his anger, according to Tracy Kidder?
(a) With meditation.
(b) With productivity and healing.
(c) With karaoke.
(d) With long walks to neighboring villages.
15. How does Paul Farmer feel about his rotations at Brigham and Women's Hospital?
(a) They are intellectually stimulating.
(b) They are useful to help him refuel.
(c) They are a waste of time that could be spent in Haiti.
(d) They are a necessary evil.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who gives the Russian Ministry of Health a $150 million dollar loan to fight the tuberculosis epidemic in 2002?
2. By what year do mathematical models predict HIV infections will reach 100 million?
3. Whose pictures does Paul Farmer carry in his wallet?
4. When the patient named John is referred by Paul Farmer and sent for treatment, what disease does he have?
5. What reason is given for the intensity of the Russian TB outbreak?
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