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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. As what did Mr. J. refer to his small happy moments?
(d) Bits and pieces.
2. When should a doctor discuss death with a terminal patient?
(a) When there is a definite timespan.
(b) Long before it arrives.
(c) When family is present to offer support.
(d) When there is no other option.
3. What does Kubler-Ross observe about patients who get the chance to express themselves before death?
(a) Their families are more troubled.
(b) They die with peace and dignity.
(c) They find comfort but hold on too long.
(d) They have a hard time finding true acceptance.
4. What is not necessary to do when a patient is unable to accept reality?
(a) Letting him or her remain in denial.
(b) Talking about the terminal nature of his or her disease.
(c) Moving on with the necessary items.
(d) Working to prolong his or her life.
5. What usually follows denial in the grieving process?
Short Answer Questions
1. What has taken away a great deal of comfort for those struggling with a terminal illness, according to Kubler-Ross?
2. Who makes up Kubler-Ross's research team?
3. What has Kubler-Ross and her team done for years that provides comfort for terminal patients?
4. For what did the dentist have hope?
5. What is the most common reaction to learning of a terminal illness?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Kubler-Ross think we rely on to help those with terminal illnesses?
2. What does Kubler-Ross say we should use to treat patients with terminal illnesses?
3. What kind of students make up Kubler-Ross's team?
4. From what was the Catholic nun suffering?
5. What is the name of the patient in chapter VI?
6. What is the third stage of grief?
7. What is the fifth stage of grief?
8. Of what are most terminal patients truly in denial?
9. From what is the dentist suffering?
10. About what do most terminal patients become depressed?
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