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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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) Train a successor.
(d) Spend more time with his family.
2. What expansion does Paul Farmer begin in the summer of 2002?
(a) Tomsk Oblast Tuberculosis Hospital.
(b) Gates and Parters TB Clinic.
(c) Zanmi Lasante.
(d) Socios en Salud.
3. What best describes the communication between Paul Farmer and Jim Yong Kim after receiving the Gates endowment?
(a) Their communication is strained, and they pass messages through Ophelia.
(b) They see each other monthly.
(c) They communicate by email but do not speak.
(d) They communicated daily but are rarely together.
4. 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?
5. In the O to the P it is said that Paul Farmer was conscious of corporate etiquette but . . .
(a) He didn't care about it.
(b) He wasn't paralyzed by it.
(c) He wasn't very good at playing that game.
(d) He despised corporate niceties.
6. Who does Paul Farmer dispatch to start his 2002 expansion?
(a) Peruvian and Americans doctors and technicians.
(b) French and American doctors and technicians.
(c) Russian and American doctors and technicians.
(d) Haitian and American doctors and technicians.
7. 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 remain the same.
(c) They go up and down continually.
(d) They decline.
8. What does Paul Farmer send to all financial contributors to Partners in Health?
(a) Handwritten notes of thanks.
(b) Pictures of children they have helped.
(c) Thank you notes from the school children.
(d) Calendars marked with dates for the next contribution..
9. What is one symptom of Haiti's problems in 2000?
(a) The closing of health clinics.
(b) The growing dysentry epidemic.
(c) The turmoil among the working class.
(d) The debt load of the goverment.
10. Who pays for the interest payments on Paul Farmer's 2002 expansion loan?
(a) PIH employees with the highest salaries.
(b) Medical interns from Harvard.
(c) Doctors from Massachusetts General Hospital.
(d) Church members from South Carolina.
11. What does Jim Yong Kim say will define the moral standing of his generation?
(a) The world's response to AIDS and TB.
(b) This generation's ability to inspire its youth.
(c) The world's response to poverty.
(d) The world's ability to share its resources.
12. What operations are performed in Cange by teams from Brigham and South Carolina in 2002?
(a) Kidney transplants.
(b) Liver transplants.
(c) Colon resections.
(d) Open-heart surgeries.
13. In the O for the P section, what is it said that Paul Farmer was able to defy?
(b) Religious dictates.
(c) The local authorities.
(d) Laws of the body.
14. Who helps a group of Cangeois to draft a petition for electricity to President Aristide?
(a) Didi Farmer.
(b) Tracy Kidder.
(c) Ti Fifi.
(d) Serena Koenig.
15. According to the Afterword, how many HIV patients does Zanmi Lasante's staff care for?
(a) More than 10,000.
(b) 50 a day.
(c) 300 a day.
(d) More than 3,000.
Short Answer Questions
1. What organization controls the flow of antibiotics to Peru and other places in 2002?
2. With what entity does the Russian branch of PIH negotiate a loan?
3. What does Paul Farmer say is more important than clean clothes during the time he travels frequently in the late 1990s?
4. Who elected president of Haiti in 2000?
5. Where does Paul Farmer plan to start his expansion in 2002?
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