Community Health exam 2

Components of the coordinated school health program include
A) physical education
B) nutrition services
C) health promotion for staff
D) all of these are correct
all are correct
The group whose primary role is to provide coordination of the various components of the coordinated school health program is the
a) school health advisory council
b) health teachers
c) school nurses
d) school health coordinators
school health advisory council
providing direct health care to students and staff, providing screening and referral for health conditions, and promoting health are all responsibilities of the:
a) school health advisory council
b) health teachers
c) school nurses
d) school health coordinators
school nurses
numerous resources become available to help schools develop policies because of the requirements of
A) action for healthy kids
b) the national school health coordinator leadership institute
c) the child nutrition and wic reauthorization act of 2004
d) the American academy of pediatrics
the child nutrition and wic reauthorization act of 2004
the part of health curriculum that outlines what will be taught is the
a) scope
b) sequence
c)policy
d)coordinated school health program
scope
priority health content for a school health curriculum includes
a) health eating
b) diabetes management
c) autoimmune disorders
d) body system’s function
healthy eating
priority health content for schools should include
a) mental and emotional health
b)tobacco
c) personal health and wellness
d) all of these are correct
all of these are correct
Barriers to school health education include
a) over-enforcement by state and local education policymakers
b)excessive support from administration
c) lack of time in the school year/day
d) none of these are correct
lack of time in the school year/day
the primary responsibility for the health of school aged children lies to
a) their parents/guardians
b) the school teachers
c) the community
d) the school board
their parents/guardians
which individuals are most often selected as the coordinator of the school health advisory council
a) counseling personnel and social workers
b) physical education teachers
c) parents or outside community leaders
d) school nurses and health educators
school nurses and health educators
true or false: in using a generic approach for community organizing, the first step In the process is recognizing the issue
true
relationships and structures within a community that promote cooperation for mutual benefit describes
a) community capacity
b) social capital
c) community organizing
d) locality development
social capital
an assumption one can make while organizing a community is
a) people have no capacity to deal with their own problems
b) people have no ability or desire to change
c) changes that are self-imposed have less value than imposed changes
d) people should participate in making, adjusting, or controlling the major changes within their communities
people should participate in making, adjusting, or controlling the major changes within their communities
a method of community organization that is used to address a problem through the application of pressure is
a) locality development
b) social planning
c) social advocacy
d) gatekeeping
social advocacy
an example of a community gatekeeper is
a) a politician
b) a teacher
c) a member of the clergy
d) all of these are correct
all of these are correct
a temporary group that is brought together for dealing with a specific problem is a
a) coalition
b) task force
c) gatekeeper
d) priority population
task force
when mapping community capacity, the least accessible assets are
a) primary building blocks
b) secondary building blocks
c) tertiary building blocks
d) potential building blocks
potential building blocks
the final steps in community organizing/building include
a) needs assessment
b) looping back
c) program planning
d) arriving at a solution
looping back
a process by which an intervention is planned to help meet the needs of priority population is
a) program planning
b) health promotion
c) needs assessment
d) program evaluation
program planning
The means by which structure and organization are given to the planning process are
a) planning models
b) interventions
c) outcomes
d) evaluations
planning models
the process of collecting and analyzing information to develop an understanding of the issues, resources, and constraints of the priority population to better develop a health promotion program is
a) a needs assessment
b) setting appropriate goals and objectives
c) creating an intervention
d) pilot testing
a needs assessment
programs goals-
a) are more encompassing than objective
b) are easier to complete than objectives
c) have specific deadlines
d) are measured in exact terms
are more encompassing than objectives
“When asked in class, 50% of the students will be able to list the four principles of cardiovascular conditioning” is an example of a
A) process objective
b) behavioral objective
c) learning objective
d) outcome objective
learning objective
implementing an intervention with a series of small groups instead of an entire population is-
a) pilot testing
b) full implementation
c) phasing in
d) best practices
phasing in
the evaluation that focuses on immediate observable effects of a program is
a) formative evaluation
b) impact evaluation
c) outcome evaluation
d) process evaluation
impact evaluation
for the community organizing/building and health promotion programming efforts to be successful, people must
a) change their behavior
b) be voluntary participants
c) be community gatekeepers
d) be a part of the planning committee
change their behavior
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