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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 the courageous female patient equate with death?
(a) Losing hope.
2. How did some of the inattentive nurses respond to Kubler-Ross's seminars?
(a) They were offended at having their actions judged.
(b) They worked together to write a new manual specifically for nurses.
(c) They were motivated to report the doctors who had been so callous.
(d) They became strong advocates of her work and now teach her seminars.
3. What do some men do when their wives fall ill to a terminal illness?
(a) Find a reason to be unfaithful.
(b) Try desperately to find a second opinion and a possible cure.
(c) Revert to children.
(d) Quit their jobs, and cling to their wives.
4. What hard task do family members of terminally ill patients need to do as the final sign of acceptance?
(a) Allow their loved one to withdraw from them.
(b) Allow their loved one to need their constant presence.
(c) Allow their loved one to speak freely of death.
(d) Allow their loved one the freedom of silence.
5. Why does Kubler-Ross feel that a certain person would be most beneficial to the terminal patient at the time of passing?
(a) The doctor will know how to best ease the passing of the patient.
(b) A soul can rest in peace when there is no one left to ask them to hold on.
(c) A therapist can alleviate the guilt for a loved one who does not feel comfortable being there.
(d) Having family closer can provide comfort in death for the patient.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the courageous female patient keep her mind off of her impending death?
2. What does Kubler-Ross want the patients to lose their fear of saying?
3. What did her experience with Mr. Y. teach Kubler-Ross?
4. How does Kubler-Ross try to establish a foundation of trust with the patients with whom she works?
5. What did the doctor who was most hostile towards Kubler-Ross tell his interns to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Kubler-Ross say death can be for the patient who is ready to meet it?
2. Why were some of the doctors so hostile towards Kubler-Ross and her staff?
3. What was the occupation of Mr. Y.?
4. Why does the mother of the small girl want to put her son in an institutionalized home when she dies?
5. At what age do children begin to be able to understand the biological qualities of death?
6. What does Kubler-Ross call the quiet state that one enters before death?
7. What are some of the losses that Mrs. S. suffered before getting her terminal illness?
8. For whom does the courageous female patient feel sorry?
9. What was Mr. Y.'s biggest complaint while his wife was sick?
10. What does Kubler-Ross emphasize as the most important thing for terminal patients to do?
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