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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the people of Cange use as roofs on their homes when Paul first visits?
(a) Planked wooden roofs.
(b) No roofs.
(c) Tin roofs.
(d) Thatched banana leaf roofs.
2. Who is the most substantial donor of Zanmi Lasante?
(a) Tracy Kidder.
(b) Arnold Brigham.
(c) Tom White.
(d) Leland Lasante.
3. What happens in Haitian politics in 1990?
(a) Fritz Lafontant is elected president.
(b) Baby Doc Duvalier takes over.
(c) The Haitian government takes over.
(d) Jean Bertrand-Aristide is elected president.
4. What organization, in addition to the World Health Organization, does Paul Farmer present his MDR TB findings to after meeting Senora Brigada?
(b) Doctors without Borders.
(c) International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease
(d) The Gates Foundation.
5. What do Alex Goldfarb and Jim Yong Kim argue about at the 1998 Boston Conference?
(a) Who should receive available doses of the MDR TB medicine.
(b) Efficiency of generic MDR TB medications.
(c) Best fundraising methods for Partners in Health.
(d) Cost effectiveness of treating MDR TB.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the Partners in Health facility in Peru?
2. How does Father Jack die?
3. What does Zanmi Lasante mean?
4. What is the Artibonte?
5. What is an example of the small tokens his patients give to Dokte Paul?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the importance of the O for the P?
2. What is Paul Farmer's wedding like?
3. Is Socios en Salud successful?
4. What is the impetus for the creation of Socios en Salud?
5. Why does Ophelia Dahl refuse to marry Paul Farmer?
6. Is the DOTS treatment as described in Chapter 15 effective?
7. How do epidemiological maps give insight into the TB epidemic in Haiti?
8. Explain the importance of the Peligre Dam to the people of Haiti.
9. Explain why Paul Farmer rides on the Lady Gin as a child.
10. Explain how the author observes Paul Farmer beginning each day in Chapter Three.
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