Course Test   

Business NameCOSMETOLOGY DIVISION COE CONTINUING EDUCATION

 

  • Title :
  • CEU Number :
  • Date :
  • CEU CREDIT
    • 4 HR HIV/AIDS COURSE .FL
    • INITIAL / Reinstatement
    • 12/05/2019
    • 4 hours

     

  • State :
  • FL

  • Test    
      
    1.The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) causes HIV disease, which involves HIV infection that progresses to a final phase called acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)?
    True   False
    2.The World Health Organization first proposed a definition for AIDS in 1986?
    True   False
    3.Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is defined in terms of either a CD4+T cell count below 200 cells per L or the occurrence of specific diseases in association with an HIV infection. In the absence of specific treatment, around half the people infected with HIV develop AIDS within ten years?
    True   False
    4.Opportunistic infections may be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites that are normally controlled by the immune system. Which infections occur partly depends on what organisms are common in the person's environment?
    True   False
    5.The second most common cancer is lymphoma which is the cause of death of nearly 16% of people with AIDS and is the initial sign of AIDS in 3 to 4%?
    True   False
    6.Human immunodeficiency virus is a member of a group of RNA viruses called retroviruses?
    True   False
    7.Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 may undergo mutations that produce several different genetic forms as the virus replicates inside lymphocytes and other cells?
    True   False
    8.A vaccine made against one HIV type 1 strain may not protect against other strains?
    True   False
    9.A person with antibodies to HIV is referred to as being HIV-positive, indicating that the person is infected with the virus?
    True   False
    10.HIV cannot be transmitted through casual contact?
    True   False
    11.Anything that potentially allows another person's blood to get into your bloodstream carries a risk. If the equipment has not been sterilized before having a tattoo or piercing, there could be a significant risk of exposure if the person before was HIV positive?
    True   False
    12.Early diagnosis of HIV infection is important because: It allows people to seek treatment that will help suppress HIV's attack on the immune system and prevent opportunistic infections?
    True   False
    13.The ADA and other Federal, State, and local laws require employers to provide reasonable accommodation to employees with disabilities, including HIV/AIDS, when employers are informed of the need for the accommodations?
    True   False
    14.The Business Responds to AIDS (BRTA) Program is a public/private partnership involving the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the public health sector, other organizations and agencies, and business and labor for the purpose of preventing the spread of HIV through work place education and community service?
    True   False
    15.Employers need to know the applicable laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. The act includes protection for people with HIV or AIDS, or those perceived as having HIV or AIDS, from discrimination in employment practices. The act also prohibits discrimination by private entities that serve the public. HIV/AIDS policies and education for the workplace can help to prevent such discrimination through education?
    True   False
    16.Was the course informative? True= Yes False= No?
    True   False
    17.Could you understand the content in this course? True= Yes False= No?
    True   False
    18.Was the course content relevant to your profession? True= Yes False= No?
    True   False
    19.Would you recommend this course? True= Yes False= No?
    True   False
    20.Were the explanations of the course objectives helpful? True= Yes False= No?
    True   False