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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 is not necessary to do when a patient is unable to accept reality?
(a) Working to prolong his or her life.
(b) Letting him or her remain in denial.
(c) Moving on with the necessary items.
(d) Talking about the terminal nature of his or her disease.
2. Why should we never give up on terminal patients?
(a) We do not want them to give up on themselves.
(b) It is often offensive.
(c) There is never reason to give up hope.
(d) They need our strength.
3. When should a doctor discuss death with a terminal patient?
(a) Long before it arrives.
(b) When there is a definite timespan.
(c) When there is no other option.
(d) When family is present to offer support.
4. From what is the patient in chapter VI dying?
5. What does Mr. J. say that every terminally ill patient has?
(a) A reason to hope.
(b) A true knowledge of his or her impending death.
(c) A perspective unlike they have ever had before.
(d) A unique philosophy on life and death.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the third stage of grief?
2. To whom was the patient in chapter VI not communicating his true feelings?
3. What would Kubler-Ross like to see technology used for in the case of terminally ill patients?
4. About what was Mr. J. angry?
5. What do some terminal patients never psychologically do before they die?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does depression in terminal patients replace?
2. What kind of students make up Kubler-Ross's team?
3. What does Kubler-Ross say that hope can do for a terminally ill patient?
4. What was so surprising to Kubler-Ross about America's general fear of death?
5. What are the two kinds of depression that terminal patients can experience?
6. What is the single most common thing that terminal patients become angry about?
7. Who helped the nun remember her religious strength?
8. What is the name of the patient in chapter VI?
9. From what was the Catholic nun suffering?
10. What is the third stage of grief?
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