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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through X.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is different about doctors who express hope to their terminal patients?
(a) They are too caught up in the emotions of their patient.
(b) They are seen as unscientific.
(c) They are more readily trusted.
(d) They are making promises they cannot keep.
2. What does the courageous female patient teach Kubler-Ross?
(a) That the depression stage can be skipped altogether.
(b) That service is an antidote to depression.
(c) That denial can be useful and healthy.
(d) That every person has an individual approach to acceptance.
3. How does the courageous female patient keep her mind off of her impending death?
(a) She thinks about and serves others.
(b) She writes stories for young terminally ill children.
(c) She studies possible cures for her disease.
(d) She reads books.
4. What is the first stage of the grieving process?
5. What did Mr. J. end up teaching Kubler-Ross?
(a) Not all terminal patients will follow the same path to acceptance.
(b) The sessions with terminal patients should not be viewed as teaching sessions.
(c) Anonymous interviews are sometimes exactly what certain people need.
(d) Acceptance will manifest itself in many different ways for different patients.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what did the nun become an advocate?
2. What does Kubler-Ross state is the key for peace in most terminal patients and their families?
3. How does Kubler-Ross say others should react to the denial of a terminal patient?
4. How many times was the nun admitted to the hospital?
5. To what does the author compare the stage of acceptance?
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