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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 does Kubler-Ross say is more important than fluids and pain medication for one who is dying?
(a) Handling of legal logistics.
(b) A silent partner to see him or her through.
(c) Faith and hope for a cure.
(d) Patience, friendship, and support.
2. What is one thing that Kubler-Ross does NOT say terminal patients get angry about?
(a) Themselves for getting sick.
(b) The hospital staff for being well.
(c) The world for continuing on without them.
(d) Their family for writing them off as already dead.
3. As what did Mr. J. refer to his small happy moments?
(d) Bits and pieces.
4. What has Kubler-Ross and her team done for years that provides comfort for terminal patients?
(a) Hold seminars for family members of deceased patients.
(b) Instruct doctors and nurses in the proper ways to care for terminal patients.
(c) Donate money to a charity for research on terminal illnesses.
(d) Allow patients to speak and be careful listeners.
5. What creates the greatest amount of stress for a terminal patient?
(a) Looking death in the face.
(b) Losing control of one's environment.
(c) Being a useless member of society.
(d) Feeling that they are abandoning loved ones.
Short Answer Questions
1. What would Kubler-Ross like to see technology used for in the case of terminally ill patients?
2. What does Kubler-Ross say usually helps a great deal in the depression stage of grief?
3. What is the first stage of the grieving process?
4. How many family members has the patient in chapter VI seen die in a short amount of time?
5. What does Kubler-Ross say denial is for most people?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the hospice team help the wife of the patient in chapter VI to do?
2. What is the most common reaction to learning of a terminal illness?
3. What is the second stage of grief?
4. What does the dentist have hope for up until the day he dies?
5. What is the fourth stage of grief?
6. What do we risk happening if we give up on a terminal patient?
7. Why did the patient in chapter III become so unruly for the medical staff?
8. Why does the wife of the patient in chapter VI resent her husband?
9. What is the name of the patient in chapter VIII?
10. How does Kubler-Ross counsel family members to respond to their terminally ill loved ones who are in denial?
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