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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through X.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Kubler-Ross say will help us examine our own reactions and behaviors?
(a) Walking the halls of a hospital.
(b) Spending time with the elderly.
(c) Speaking with other people who have deceased family members.
(d) Reading about the grief process.
2. How does the young girl in chapter X view death?
(a) A progression.
(b) A twinkling.
(c) A reunion.
(d) A rest.
3. Why do some terminal patients never reach the final stage of grief?
(a) They run out of time.
(b) They fight their mortality to the death.
(c) They feel it is unnecessary.
(d) Their families will not let them let go.
4. About what was Mr. J. angry?
(a) The lack of a cure for his illness.
(b) His family's lack of support.
(c) Living a good life and being rewarded with a terminal illness.
(d) The slow process of his death.
5. What point was reiterated in the story of Mr. and Mrs. W.?
(a) That closure is an important process in the dying process.
(b) That too much communication can be harmful.
(c) That we should pay more attention to the patient's wishes than our own.
(d) That over-stimulation is harmful to the acceptance process.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is one thing that Kubler-Ross does NOT say terminal patients get angry about?
2. What helped Mrs. S. tremendously with her situation?
3. What is the first stage of the grieving process?
4. What does Kubler-Ross state is the key for peace in most terminal patients and their families?
5. With what concept is a patient in denial usually really trying to deal?
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