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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does the author say that Jim was happy to work in the O for the P section?
(b) Away from the action.
(c) In a goldfish bowl.
(d) In Russia.
2. What is the cost when Paul Farmer seeks treatment for cases that are too complicated or outside of his specialty?
(a) Hundreds of thousands of dollars.
(b) Free of charge.
(c) $50,000 per visit.
(d) The cost of tests and equipment only.
3. What do Paul and the Partners in Health staff say they knew about their goal after receiving the Gates endowment?
(a) That it will take all the funds to meet the goal.
(b) That it will be a challenge to meet this goal, despite large amounts of money.
(c) That they can focus on the goal now that the financial stress is gone.
(d) That they will reach their goal well before its deadline.
4. Whose pictures does Paul Farmer carry in his wallet?
(a) Patients who have died.
(b) Patients he has cured.
(c) Catherine's and Didi's.
(d) Catherine's and his patients.
5. Who is the project director of the Russian TB project?
(a) Alex Goldfarb.
(c) Fritz LaFontain.
(d) Mikail Frank.
6. Who manages the construction of a second operating room for Zanmi Lasante in 2002?
(a) Alex Goldfarb.
(b) Fritz LaFontant.
(c) Tracy Kidder.
(d) Julianna DeWolf.
7. What does Paul Farmer do when he has a case that is too complicated or outside of his specialty?
(a) He flies patients to Boston for treatment.
(b) He flies patients to Peru for treatment.
(c) He flies Dr. Flickinger in from Boston.
(d) He flies Dr. Ramirez in from Peru.
8. It's stated, in the O to the P, that some people thought that Paul Farmer was . . .
(a) Reckless with financial funds.
(b) Fastidious with funding.
(c) Impractical with money.
(d) Oblivious to money matters.
9. What is defined as one of the problems of Haiti in 2000?
(a) Lack of a competent work force.
(b) Lack of products to export.
(c) Lack of a shared language.
(d) Lack of internal structure.
10. What are PIHers?
(a) Patients at Zanmi Lasante.
(b) Staff who work for Paul.
(c) Those who believe in the PIH mission.
(d) Financial contributors to PIH.
11. What belief does the author say Paul Farmer instills in people?
(a) A belief in their obligation and ability.
(b) A belief that money corrupts.
(c) A belief that we are all connected.
(d) A united belief that something better is possible.
12. What is Lascahobas?
(a) A prison outside of Cange.
(b) A settlement north of Lima.
(c) A prison outside of Lima.
(d) A settlement north of Cange.
13. By what year do mathematical models predict HIV infections will reach 100 million?
14. Who does the new director of the World Health Organization ask to serve as his senior advisor in 2003?
(a) Ophelia Dahl.
(b) Alex Goldfarb.
(c) Jim Yong Kim.
(d) Paul Farmer.
15. What is the outcome for the patient named John that Paul Farmer refers for treatment in the O for the P?
(a) He dies.
(b) He lives to become an old man and a staff member at Zanmi Lasante.
(c) He lives for several more years.
(d) He receives treatment at the last possible moment.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who pays for the interest payments on Paul Farmer's 2002 expansion loan?
2. When the patient named John is referred by Paul Farmer and sent for treatment, what disease does he have?
3. How does Paul Farmer feel about his rotations at Brigham and Women's Hospital?
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. How did receiving the Gates endowment affect the fund-raising efforts by Partners in Health?
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