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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Alvord, new _________ support her beliefs of how social activities and relationships are tied to lower mortality rates.
(b) Magazine articles.
(c) Clinical studies.
2. The ideal operating room would be one full of _______ in which everyone knew each other.
3. What is the trouble with Alvord's recommended course of treatment? She is __________.
(a) Too happy.
(c) In the last year of residency.
4. What is the elective surgery that Florena had that then resulted in her death?
(a) Breast augmentation.
(b) Appendix removal.
(c) Benign tumor removal.
(d) Gallbladder surgery.
5. Where does Alvord go in order to have the induction process begun?
6. Who does Alvord decide to talk to in order to get the surgery to happen?
(a) Melanie's brother.
(b) Melanie's father.
(c) Melanie's mother.
(d) Melanie's grandmother.
7. Alvord's great grandmother had not found out yet that Alvord was going to help with the Dartmouth ___________ Program.
(a) Integrated Medicine.
(b) Native American.
(c) Practical Medicine.
(d) Dual Medicine.
8. What is the name of Alvord's dog, the one who gets hurt by the car accident and nearly dies?
9. Where do Alvord and Thomas go in order to perform the ceremony for her baby?
10. Alvord says her pregnancy allows her to become closer to all of the ___________ around her.
11. What is the actual name of the disease that begins to kill the Navajo?
12. On what day of the induction do the drugs begin to work in Lori's body, according to the book?
13. Alvord begins to worry that she may have cut a _________ during Florena's surgery.
(b) Blood vesssel.
14. Alvord wants to remember her __________ during the surgical procedure in order to have more empathy for her patients.
(a) Lack of control.
15. The first that is described in #157 is a sign that the ________ of the baby has attached to the body.
Short Answer Questions
1. Walking in ________ becomes a whole philosophy of wellness, according to Alvord.
2. Alvord at first was hesitant to share her discoveries, but then moved beyond her ________.
3. Many people who see stories about the Navajo and this disease begin to worry that it is the way the Navajo _________ that causes the disease.
4. One of Alvord's friends is worried that her ________ is stressing her out too much.
5. What might have spilled into Florena's body if Alvord had cut into her body accidentally?
This section contains 420 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)