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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Paul Farmer dispatch to start his 2002 expansion?
(a) French and American doctors and technicians.
(b) Peruvian and Americans doctors and technicians.
(c) Haitian and American doctors and technicians.
(d) Russian and American doctors and technicians.
2. What does Paul Farmer begin to do in the late 1990s, according to A Light Month for Travel?
(a) Speak and teach.
(b) Visit Washington, DC monthly.
(c) Spend more time with his family.
(d) Train a successor.
3. What happens to the prices of second line antibiotics after World Health Organization's new policies for MDR-TB in 2002?
(a) They rise.
(b) They go up and down continually.
(c) They remain the same.
(d) They decline.
4. Who manages the construction of a second operating room for Zanmi Lasante in 2002?
(a) Tracy Kidder.
(b) Julianna DeWolf.
(c) Fritz LaFontant.
(d) Alex Goldfarb.
5. What is defined as one of the problems of Haiti in 2000?
(a) Lack of a shared language.
(b) Lack of internal structure.
(c) Lack of a competent work force.
(d) Lack of products to export.
6. What does Paul Farmer say is more important than clean clothes during the time he travels frequently in the late 1990s?
(a) Fresh food.
(b) Fresh underwear.
(d) A good book.
7. What is the name of the second lecture that Paul Farmer gives in Cuba?
(a) Why Life Sucks.
(b) Wealth, Poverty, and Tuberculosis: Unholy Trinity.
(c) Accepting AIDS.
(d) Mission: Life.
8. How does Paul Farmer feel about his rotations at Brigham and Women's Hospital?
(a) They are useful to help him refuel.
(b) They are a necessary evil.
(c) They are a waste of time that could be spent in Haiti.
(d) They are intellectually stimulating.
9. What other disease do the Russian patients that Paul Farmer treats for TB also tend to have?
10. According to the book, what is true of the individual Haitians that were detained by the US military?
(a) They were treated well and Paul was allowed to treat them regularly.
(b) Over half of the surviving patients volunteered at Zanmi Lasante.
(c) They were fed poorly, forced into long lasting contraceptive use, and beaten.
(d) Sister Juliana DeWolf set up a school and clinic to serve them.
11. How many chronic patients are either cured or in treatment due to the second line antibiotics that are made available to Peru and other locations in 2002?
12. 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.
13. What religion does the book say that Paul Farmer struggled with?
(c) Evangelical Christianity.
14. What happens to the prices of antiretroviral drugs in 2002?
(a) They go up and down continually.
(b) They remain the same.
(c) They rise.
(d) They decline.
15. After "beefing up" what is true of the Lascahobas facility?
(a) It holds 200-300 prisoners.
(b) It is used as an education facility for local residents.
(c) It costs $1,000 per day to maintain.
(d) It treats 200-300 patients a day.
Short Answer Questions
1. What result does the petition for electricity made by citizens of Cange have?
2. What reason is given for the intensity of the Russian TB outbreak?
3. What is the top reason mentioned that Paul Farmer has an interest in AIDS?
4. When the patient named John is referred by Paul Farmer and sent for treatment, what disease does he have?
5. Who is Serena Koenig?
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