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1. Operation Timbang is in which level of prevention of health problem?

PRIMARY

Secondary

Tertiary

Intermediate

2. Pillars of primary health care include all of the following, except:

Active community participation

PROVISION OF MEDICAL CARE AND EMERGENCY TREATMENT

Support mechanism made available

Use of appropriate technology

3. In the conduct of a census, the method of population assignment based on the usual place of
residence of the people is termed:

De jure

DE FACTO

De locus

De novo

4. Mrs. Panganibans 6 year old son is entering school for the first time. Mrs. Panganiban has a:

Stress point

FORESEEABLE CRISIS

Health deficit

Health threat

5. Which herbal plant is given for fever, headache and cough?

Sambong

Tsaang gubat

Akapulko

LAGUNDI

6. A very important part of the community health nursing planning process includes:

EVALUATION OF STRUCTURES AND QUALIFICATIONS OF HEALTH CARE TEAM

The application of professional judgment in estimating importance of facts to family and community.

Carrying out nursing procedures as per plan of action.

Coordination with other sectors in relation to health concerns.


7. Severe dehydration is classified when TWO of the following signs are present, except:

DRINKS EAGERLY, THIRSTY

Sunken eyes

Skin pinch goes back very slowly

Abnormally sleepy or difficult to awaken

8. The different clients of the community health nurse include the following:

Individual

Family

Population group

Community

1 and 2 only

1, 3, 4 only

1, 2, 4 only

1, 2, 3, 4

9. According to Maslows hierarchy of needs, developing ones potential is included in which of the
following:

Physiologic

Safety and Security

Love and Belonging

SELF-ACTUALIZATION

10. Mrs. Larazabal brought her 2 month old baby to the health center for immunization. On
assessment, the infants temperature registered 38 degrees C. Which is the best action that you will
take?

Give paracetamol and wait for his fever to subside.

Refer the infant to the physician for further evaluation.

PROCEED WITH THE INFANTS IMMUNIZATION.

Tell the mother to bring her baby back at the health center when her baby is feeling well.

11. Core business of public health will include the following except:

Disease control

Health protection

Health public policy

NONE OF THE ABOVE


12. In the Philippines, which condition is the most frequent cause of death associated with
schistosomiasis?

Bladder cancer

Intestinal perforation

LIVER CIRRHOSIS

Liver cancer

13. Which of the following is an advantage of a home visit?

It allows the nurse to provide nursing care to a greater number of people.

It allows sharing of experiences among people with similar health problems.

IT PROVIDES AN OPPORTUNITY TO DO FIRST HAND APPRAISAL OF THE HOME SITUATION.

It develops a familys imitative in providing for health needs of its members.

14. Newborn Screening act is:

R.A 8980

R.A 7610

R.A 7305

R.A 9288

15. Which method of family panning cannot be immediately used by a breastfeeding mother?

LAM

BTL

COMBINED OCP

Condom

16. If there were 250 deaths and 36,114 live births registered in Region III, with a total population of
200,000, the fetal death rate would be?

6.9 PER 1000 LIVE BIRTHS

7.8 per 1000 live births

0.16 per 1000 live births

0.0014 per 1000 live births

17. A 3 year old boy was classified to have severe pneumonia or very severe disease. The following
symptoms are present, except:

Convulsions

Chest indrawing

Stridor
FAST BREATHING

18. Type of water supply facility composed of a system with a piped distribution network and
household taps.

Level I

Level II

LEVEL III

Level IV

19. Which of the following is not a principle of community organizing?

Principle of Leadership

Principle of Evaluation

Principle of Structure

PRINCIPLE OF ATTAINMENT

20. He defined public health as the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, promoting
health and efficiency through organized community effort.

WINSLOW

Nightingale

Rosenstock

Maslow

21. Which element of FOURmula one aims to ensure quality and affordability of health services?

Health financing

HEALTH REGULATION

Health service delivery

Good governance

22. Pandemic occurrence of a disease means:

The intermittent occurrence of a few isolated and unrelated cases in a given locality.

THE SIMULTANEOUS OCCURRENCE OF EPIDEMIC OF THE SAME DISEASE IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES.

The unusually large number of cases in a relatively short period of time.

The continuous occurrence throughout a period of time of the usual number of cases in a given
locality.

23. Dependency ratio is best described as:

COMPARES THE NUMBER OF ECONOMICALLY DEPENDENT WITH THE ECONOMICALLY


PRODUCTIVE GROUP IN POPULATION.
Graphical representation of the age-sex composition of the population.

Compares the number of males to the number of females in the population.

Illustrates the proportion of the people living in urban compared to the rural areas.

24. When is Rabies awareness month celebrated?

January

MARCH

May

June

25. A 5 year old child has given Retinol capsule every 6 months to prevent xerophthalmia. What is
the dose given to preschoolers?

15,000 IU

200,000 IU

50,000 IU

100,000 IU

26. The core business of the public health cannot be achieved without the proper delivery of
essential functions. In the implementation of these functions the following are implemented apart
from:

Government implementation of all functions

Implementation through governmental and non-governmental organizations

Private sectors can also implement the said function

Coordination of public health system through different infrastructures

27. The core business of the public health includes which of the following?

Health protection

Epidemiological surveillance

Research

Health situation analysis

28. The health of individuals and communities are affected by a combination of factors. Based on the
World Health organizations list of heath determinants, which of the following incorrectly affects the
health of an individual?

Higher salary

Traditions

Low educational level

Intelligence
29. A law that was the key in creating the first 81 rural health units is:

E.O. 288

E.O. 102

R.A. 1082

R.A. 7160

30. Act No. 2156 which consolidated the municipalities into sanitary divisions and established the
health fund for travel and salaries is known as:

FAJARDO ACT

Jones Law

Philippine Health Service

Rural Health Law

31. Which of the following Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is not health related?

Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other disease

ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION

Reduce child mortality

Ensure environmental sustainability

32. Public health systems in the Philippines are operating within a context of ongoing changes
resulting to number of pressures in the delivery of health services. These changes least likely include:

Health reforms

Technological advances

Shifts in demographic and epidemiological trends in diseases

CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS

33. Which law mandates the DOH to provide assistance to LGUs, peoples organization and other
members of civic society in effectively implementing programs, projects and services in the
promotion of health?

E.O. 288

E.O. 102

R.A. 1082

R.A. 7160

34. The youngest sibling of Family Alonzo was coughing and upon assessment has a fever. The
mother told Nurse Diane that the child has had two incidents of pneumonia within the year. This is
a:

HEALTH DEFICIT
Foreseeable crisis

Health threat

Health problem

35. One of the areas where a Public Health Nurse functions is disease surveillance. What is disease
surveillance?

A CONTINUOUS COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA OF CASES AND DEATH.

An on-going interpersonal process in which the nurses and the clients are viewed as a system.

A declaration of purpose or intent that gives essential direction to an action.

An estimate of the degree to which a family, group or community is achieving the level of health
possible for them.

36. Which item demonstrates the correct steps in bag technique:

Place bag on table, wash hands, wear apron, close the bag, perform nursing care and treatment

Place bag on table, wear apron, wash hands, put out needed articles, close the bag

Wash hands, place bag on table, wear apron, put out needed articles, nursing care

PLACE BAG ON TABLE, WASH HANDS, WEAR APRON, PUT OUT NEEDED ARTICLES, CLOSE THE BAG,
NURSING CARE

37. The DOHs specific role in the health sector. Serving as an advocate in the adoption of health
policies, plans and programs to address the national and sectoral concerns is an example of which
role?

enabling and building capacity

administrator of specific services

LEADERSHIP IN HEALTH

all of the above

38. The following items are found inside a public health bag except:

Apron

STETHOSCOPE

Tape measure

Acetic acid

39. In the implementation of Health Sector Reform Agenda (HSRA) a FOURmula ONE for Health is
designed. One of the main feature in this strategy is the joint of the National Health Insurance
Program (NHIP) which supports the elements of strategy in terms of the following except:

Financing

Governance
Regulation

HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY

40. An indispensible and essential equipment of a public health nurse during her home visit is:

Black umbrella

Bag technique

PUBLIC HEALTH BAG

Thermometer

41. What is the primary reason or rationale of performing bag technique?

TO MINIMIZE IF NOT PREVENT THE SPREAD OF INFECTION.

To save time and effort in the performance of nursing procedures.

To promote ease and dexterity in implementing procedures.

To render effective nursing care to the client.

42. In the collection of data various methods are employed by a public health nurse. Which is not
included in these methods?

Community surveys

Individual and family health records

DEVELOPING AN OPERATIONAL PLAN

Observation of health-related behaviors of individuals and family groups

43. The World Health Organization defines public health as:

Science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, promoting health and efficiency through
organized community effort for the sanitation of the environment.

THE ART OF APPLYING SCIENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF POLITICS SO AS TO REDUCE INEQUALITIES IN


HEALTH WHILE ENSURING THE BEST HEALTH FOR THE GREATEST NUMBER.

A state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or
infirmity.

A service rendered by a professional nurse with communities, groups, families, individuals at home,
in health centers, clinics, schools, places of work for promotion of health, prevention of illness and
care of the sick at home and rehabilitation.

44. Nurse Diane influenced the Sangguniang Bayan to ban smoking in public areas to minimize if not
prevent the exposure of population to smoking. She is performing her role as:

Educator

Trainer

ADVOCATE
Researcher

45. During one of Nurse Diannes home visit to Family Alonzo, she learned that the clients first child
lacks immunization. This situation is a:

Health deficit

Foreseeable crisis

HEALTH THREAT

Health problem

46. Health Sector Reform Agenda (HSRA) is the overriding goal of the DOH. The reform is established
because although there has been a significant improvement in the health status of the Filipinos
negative conditions are still seen among the population which does not include:

Slowing down in the reduction in the Infant Mortality Rate (IMR)

INCREASE REDUCTION OF MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE (MMR)

Rising Burden from chronic diseases

Unattended emerging health risks from environmental and work related factors

47. The most sweeping reorganization in history of DOH due to the decentralization of
government services on February 20, 1958 is known as:

E.O. 288

E.O. 102

R.A. 1082

R.A. 7160

48. The DOH espoused an Inter Local Health system to ensure quality of health care service at the
local level. It is a system where individuals, communities and all other health care providers in a
specific geographical area participate together in providing quality equitable and accessible health.
An Inter Local Health Zone (ILHZ) is a clustered municipality and is comprised of:

DOH and private sectors

Secondary level facilities only

CENTRAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL AND PRIMARY LEVEL FACILITIES

DOH and secondary level facilities

49. The organism that harbors and provide nourishment for another organism is called a:

HOST

Mode of transmission

Agent

Environment
50. The Philippine Heart Center is under what level of health care?

Primary

Secondary

TERTIARY

B and C

51. Mang Binoy was diagnosed with diabetes Type II. In one of the public health nurses visit she
encouraged Mang Binoy to execute regular exercise and observe his diet. Compliance with
treatment regimen was also stressed out. After a month the clients condition was improved due to
strict treatment compliance. This is under which framework?

Structural elements

OUTCOME ELEMENTS

Process elements

Planned elements

52. For health to be improved a foundation of which basic prerequisite should be secured?

Shelter

Peace

Stable Ecosystem

ALL OF THE ABOVE

53. A group of neighborhood residents organized a structure to deal with some matters in the
community. This is what type of organizational structure?

Coalition

GRASS-ROOTS

Networks and consortia

Citizen panels

54. The epidemiologic triangle consists of three components which are the following except:

Host

MODE OF TRANSMISSION

Agent

Environment

55. In caring for a sick individual in a home isolation technique should be implemented. Which of the
following correctly describes this technique at a home?

ALL SOILED ARTICLES WITH DISCHARGES SHOULD BE BOILED IN WATER 30 MINUTES BEFORE
LAUNDERING.
Articles used by the patient can be placed in a hamper used by all members of the family.

The one caring for the sick individual should be drinking antibiotics.

All articles with discharges from the patient should be burned.

56. Coordinating care and services and the utilization of community resources is under what step in
the nursing process?

Assessment

Planning nursing action

IMPLEMENTATION OF PLANNED CARE

Evaluation of care and services rendered

57. During what phase of nursing process do data analysis and interpretation is done and mutual
trust and confidence is developed?

ASSESSMENT

Planning nursing action

Implementation of planned care

Evaluation of care and services rendered

58. Public health nurses have various functions in the field. Bringing activities or group systematically
into proper relation and harmony with other is under what function of a public health nurse?

Management function

Nursing care function

Supervisory function

COLLABORATING AND COORDINATING FUNCTION

59. The process of assisting individuals, acting separately or collectively to make informed decisions
about matters that affects the personal health of self and others is termed as:

Health promotion

Health service

HEALTH EDUCATION

Primary health care

60. Home visit allows a public health nurse to assess the home and family situations in order to
provide the necessary nursing care. Public Nurse Chedie knows that principles are involves in
preparing for a home visit. Which of the following least likely describe the principles in home visit
preparation?

A home visit should have a purpose

Before a home visit is done a family record should be read


Delivery of the care involves all the members of the family

THE PLAN FOR A HOME VISIT SHOULD BE TIME BOUNDED.

61. There are three classic frameworks from which nursing care is delivered which an improvement
in any of the three tends to produce a favorable change in the two. Physical settings,
instrumentalities and conditions are all part of what element?

STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS

Outcome elements

Process elements

Planned elements

63. In a certain area, a district hospital is providing care given by physicians with basic health
training. Minor surgeries and some simple laboratory examinations are executed also in this
hospital. Basing on the given data this facility is of what level?

Primary

SECONDARY

Tertiary

B and C

64. The guiding principle in health promotion efforts is known as:

Rural Health Law

Local Government Code

OTTAWA CHARTER

Triple Whammy

65. Which of the following shows the correct sequence of steps in a home visit?

Greet the patient and introduce self, state purpose of visit, perform bag technique, perform nursing
care, make an appointment for a return visit, document data

Greet the patient and introduce self, perform bag technique , state purpose of visit, perform nursing
care, make an appointment for a return visit, document data

Greet the patient and introduce self, perform nursing care, document data, perform bag technique,
make an appointment for a return visit, document data

GREET THE PATIENT AND INTRODUCE SELF, STATE PURPOSE OF VISIT, PERFORM BAG TECHNIQUE,
PERFORM NURSING CARE, DOCUMENT DATA AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR A RETURN VISIT

66. Extrinsic factors are the enumerated choices apart from:

Climate

Flora

Occupation
FOOD HANDLING

67. The strategy between the people and their environment, using their personal choice and social
responsibility in health is known as:

HEALTH PROMOTION

Health service

Health education

Primary health care

68. Organizations are working together with groups to deal with community issues. This type of
organizational structure is typically noted in:

COALITION

Grass-roots

Networks and consortia

Citizen panels

69. Health risk profile is a component of analysis. Behavioral risk assessment includes the following
except:

Dietary habit

LOW EDUCATIONAL LEVEL

Smoking

Sedentary lifestyle

70. The sum total of all external condition and influences that affects the development of an
organism pertains to:

Infectious agents

Biological environment

ENVIRONMENT

Socio-economic environment

71. The essential care made universally available and accessible to individuals and families in the
community by means acceptable to them and at a cost that the community and country can afford is
termed by the World Health Organization (WHO) as:

Health Promotion

Public health nursing

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE

Community health nursing


72. Mr. Dela Torre is leading a group of about 5-10 citizens to create a partnership with the
government agency. This is an organizational structure called:

Coalition

Grass-roots

Networks and consortia

CITIZEN PANELS

73. During a meeting, the public health nurse together with the other barangay health workers and
midwives, are developing evaluation parameters. In a nursing process, the public health nurse and
her subordinates are going through what step?

Assessment

PLANNING NURSING ACTION

Implementation of planned care

Evaluation of care and services rendered

74. The second building block of FHSIS is:

Output reports

TARGET CLIENT LIST

Family treatment Record

Health Survey

75. Surveillance is important in monitoring the progress of the disease reduction initiatives,
collection and analysis of data of cases and death. Objective of surveillance include:

TO MEASURE THE MAGNITUDE OF THE PROBLEM

To diagnose a disease well

To prevent future outbreaks

All of these

76. Case fatality ratio has which of the following formula?

No. of persons acquiring a disease registered in a given year Number of exposed to same disease in
the same year X 1000

No. of registered deaths from specific cause or age for a given year No. of registration of deaths from
all causes and ages in same year X 1000

NO. OF REGISTERED DEATHS FROM A SPECIFIC DISEASE FOR A GIVEN YEAR NO. OF REGISTERED
CASES FROM SAME SPECIFIC DISEASE IN SAME YEAR X 1000

No. of new cases of a particular disease registered during a specified period of time Estimated
population as of July of same year X 1000

77. The epidemiology nurse least likely performs which function?


Implementing public health surveillance

Monitoring local health personnel conducting disease surveillance

CATERING THE NEEDS OF THE NURSING STUDENTS IN THE AREA

Conduct an outbreak investigation

78. The document that contains the clients complaints, diagnosis and treatment is:

Output reports

Target Client List

FAMILY TREATMENT RECORD

Health Survey

79. A set of fundamental activities that address the determinants of health, protect a populations
health and treat disease is:

Public health

Public health nursing

PUBLIC HEALTH FUNCTION

Community health nursing

80. In preparing a home visit the first thing the nurse should consider is:

Plan

Available information

OBJECTIVE

Flexibility

81. The core business of public health is which of the following?

Disease control

Injury prevention

Health protection

ALL OF THESE

82. There is no definite rule to be followed on the frequency of home visits. The schedule of the visit
may vary according to the need of the patient or family for nursing care. In a home visit which factor
is least likely considered?

PHYSICAL NEEDS, PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS AND EMOTIONAL NEEDS OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS.

The acceptance of the family for the services to be rendered.

Interest of the family members to the rendered services.

Policy of a specific agency and the emphasis given towards their health programs.
83. Maribeth is assigned to obtain the total number of female population in their place. Information
such as this can be taken from which institution?

Local Civil Registrar

City Health Department

City Hall

NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE

84. The fundamental building block or foundation of FHSIS is:

Studies and researches

Target Client List

FAMILY TREATMENT RECORD

Health Survey

85. Which of the following is the most commonly used graph in presenting data?

Linear graph

Bar graph

Area diagram

ALL OF THESE

86. Which of the following will show the numerical relationship between deaths from all causes (or
groups), age (or group of age), and the total number of deaths from all causes in all ages taken
together?

Case fatality ratio

Crude death rate

Proportionate mortality

Specific death rate

87. In a home visit, initially a nurse should do which of the following?

State the purpose of visit

Make an appointment for a return visit

Record all important data

GREET THE PATIENT AND INTRODUCE ONESELF

88. Field Health Services and Information System (FHSIS) has the following objective apart from:

Providing summary of data on health services delivery and selected program accomplished.

TO GIVE HEALTH TEACHINGS TO PREVENT FURTHER SPREAD OF DISEASE TO INDIVIDUAL AND


FAMILIES.
Provide data when combined with data from other sources which can be used for program
monitoring and evaluation purposes.

To provide standardized facility level data base which can be accessed for a more in depth studies.

89. Components of FHSIS include which of the following?

REPORTING FORMS

Health survey

Registration of vital data

Studies and researches

90. The first step in outbreak investigation is:

Establishing the existence of an outbreak

PREPARING FOR FIELD WORK

Verifying diagnosis

Defining and identifying the cases

91.