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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does the US military detain infected Haitians in an effort to stop the spread of AIDS?
(b) The prison in Port-au-Prince.
(c) Zanmi Lasante.
(d) The Artibonte Hospital.
2. What reason is given for the intensity of the Russian TB outbreak?
(a) Lack of running water.
(b) Lack of electricity in rural areas.
(c) Backlogged prison systems.
(d) Dilapadated housing.
3. By what year do mathematical models predict HIV infections will reach 100 million?
4. What is the outcome for the patient named John that Paul Farmer refers for treatment in the O for the P?
(a) He lives to become an old man and a staff member at Zanmi Lasante.
(b) He receives treatment at the last possible moment.
(c) He dies.
(d) He lives for several more years.
5. How is Paul involved with the TB projects in Peru and Russia in the late 1990s?
(a) He runs both projects.
(b) He is an advisor.
(c) He is not; both are independent of Partners in Health.
(d) He is a fundraiser only.
6. 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) Tom White.
(c) Bill Gates.
(d) A commerical bank in Peru.
7. What type of doctors does Paul Farmer says he wants to work at his clinic in A Light Month for Travel?
(a) People as driven as himself.
(b) People less driven than himself.
(c) Indigenous Haitians.
(d) Women and minorities.
8. Who said that the world changed yesterday when discussing the World Health Organization's long awaited adoption of new prescriptions for dealing with MDR-TB?
(a) Jim Yong Kim.
(c) Pere Lafountain.
(d) Paul Farmer.
9. How does Paul Farmer feel about his rotations at Brigham and Women's Hospital?
(a) They are a waste of time that could be spent in Haiti.
(b) They are useful to help him refuel.
(c) They are a necessary evil.
(d) They are intellectually stimulating.
10. In the O for the P section, what is it said that Paul Farmer was able to defy?
(a) The local authorities.
(b) Religious dictates.
(d) Laws of the body.
11. What religion does the book say that Paul Farmer struggled with?
(b) Evangelical Christianity.
12. With what entity does the Russian branch of PIH negotiate a loan?
(a) The World Bank.
(b) The Gates Foundation.
(c) The World Health Organization.
(d) The Bank of Boston.
13. Why did the passenger truck from Lascahobas to the nearest city stop making its runs?
(a) Danger from guerillas.
(b) Lack of gas.
(c) Lack of funding.
(d) Lack of passengers.
14. What resulted from the case of John that is told in the O for the P?
(a) New equipment donated to Zanmi Lasante.
(b) A Zanmi Lasante training for local Haitians.
(c) A partnership between Mass General and Partners in Health.
(d) A new assistant for Paul Farmer.
15. Who announces plans to establish a transfusion post at Zanmi Lasante in the Afterword of Mountains Beyond Mountains?
(a) Doctors without Borders.
(b) The Green Light Committee.
(c) The Red Cross.
(d) The Gates Foundation.
Short Answer Questions
1. What organization controls the flow of antibiotics to Peru and other places in 2002?
2. Who is the project director of the Russian TB project?
3. What two characters are present at the end of Mountains Beyond Mountains?
4. When Jim Yong Kim travels to Russia, what does he do at the banquet?
5. Who pays for the interest payments on Paul Farmer's 2002 expansion loan?
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