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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What other disease do the Russian patients that Paul Farmer treats for TB also tend to have?
2. How does Serena Koenig describe the Lascahobas situation?
(a) Disaster waiting to happen.
(b) A nightmare.
(c) A dream come true.
(d) A pocket of organization amidst chaos.
3. What result does the petition for electricity made by citizens of Cange have?
(a) Their petition is denied.
(b) They receive power for a few hours a day.
(c) Their petition is ignored.
(d) Zanmi Lasante is bombed by the military.
4. Who guarantees Paul Farmer's 2002 expansion loan?
(a) Melinda Gates.
(b) Ophelia's father.
(c) Bill Gates.
(d) Tom White.
5. With what entity does the Russian branch of PIH negotiate a loan?
(a) The Bank of Boston.
(b) The World Health Organization.
(c) The World Bank.
(d) The Gates Foundation.
6. Who is the project director of the Russian TB project?
(a) Mikail Frank.
(b) Fritz LaFontain.
(d) Alex Goldfarb.
7. How did the two AIDS quarantines mentioned in the book affect the spread of this disease?
(a) Only the facility in Haiti showed success in stopping the spread of AIDS.
(b) Only the facility in Cuba showed success in stopping the spread of AIDS.
(c) Neither one stopped the spread of the disease.
(d) Both show about 50% success rates in stopping the spread of AIDS.
8. What is Lascahobas?
(a) A settlement north of Lima.
(b) A prison outside of Cange.
(c) A settlement north of Cange.
(d) A prison outside of Lima.
9. 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?
10. What religion does the book say that Paul Farmer struggled with?
(d) Evangelical Christianity.
11. What is defined as one of the problems of Haiti in 2000?
(a) Lack of products to export.
(b) Lack of internal structure.
(c) Lack of a shared language.
(d) Lack of a competent work force.
12. Where are the two characters in Mountains Beyond Mountains headed at the end of the story?
(a) On an eleven hour journey to visit patients.
(b) To France.
(c) To an operating room in Zanmi Lasante.
(d) To a medical conference in Russia.
13. When the patient named John is referred by Paul Farmer and sent for treatment, what disease does he have?
(a) Kawasaki's Disease.
14. What does Paul Farmer send to all financial contributors to Partners in Health?
(a) Calendars marked with dates for the next contribution..
(b) Thank you notes from the school children.
(c) Handwritten notes of thanks.
(d) Pictures of children they have helped.
15. What are the twin pandemics referred to in the Afterword of Mountains Beyond Mountains?
(a) Tueberculosis and dysentry.
(b) AIDS and tuberculosis.
(c) Tuberculosis and MDR-TB.
(d) AIDS and HIV.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the cost when Paul Farmer seeks treatment for cases that are too complicated or outside of his specialty?
2. What is the name of the second lecture that Paul Farmer gives in Cuba?
3. What is true of the Haitian government in 2000, according to Mountains beyond Mountains?
4. Who does the new director of the World Health Organization ask to serve as his senior advisor in 2003?
5. What is the outcome for the patient named John that Paul Farmer refers for treatment in the O for the P?
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