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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is the best definition for community organizing in the following choices?

    • A.

      A process by which people come together to talk about matters connected to their health

    • B.

      A group of people who seek to change errors in their community

    • C.

      They're goal is to develop a sense of well being to others

    • D.

      A process by which people organize themselves to take charge of their situation and to develop a sense of being a community together

    Correct Answer
    D. A process by which people organize themselves to take charge of their situation and to develop a sense of being a community together
    Explanation
    Community organizing is a process where individuals come together and take initiative to address issues and challenges in their community. It involves organizing themselves to take charge of their situation and working towards developing a sense of unity and belonging within the community. This definition captures the essence of community organizing, emphasizing the importance of collective action, empowerment, and fostering a sense of community among its members.

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  • 2. 

    A key principle of community organizing that states that strong community organizing organizations have proven adept at integrating a diverse set of issues and linking them to a large vision of the common good?

    • A.

      Breadth of mission and vision

    • B.

      A participative culture

    • C.

      Inclusiveness

    • D.

      Critical perspective

    Correct Answer
    A. Breadth of mission and vision
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Breadth of mission and vision." This principle suggests that strong community organizing organizations are successful in integrating a wide range of issues and connecting them to a larger vision of the common good. This means that they are not focused on a narrow set of goals, but rather have a broad mission and vision that encompasses various aspects of the community's needs and aspirations. By having a comprehensive approach, these organizations are able to engage and mobilize a diverse group of people and address multiple concerns simultaneously.

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  • 3. 

    A key principle of CO that seek to change policies that are not working?

    • A.

      Breadth of mission and vision

    • B.

      A participative culture

    • C.

      Critical perspective

    • D.

      Inclusiveness

    Correct Answer
    C. Critical perspective
    Explanation
    A critical perspective is the correct answer because it refers to the approach of evaluating policies and identifying their flaws or shortcomings. By adopting a critical perspective, individuals or organizations can analyze and critique existing policies that are not effective or efficient. This enables them to propose alternative solutions or advocate for policy changes that can address the identified issues. In contrast, the other options (breadth of mission and vision, participative culture, and inclusiveness) may be important principles in other contexts, but they do not specifically address the need to change ineffective policies.

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  • 4. 

    Clinical Instructor ABCD gives emotional support to Student Nurse EFGH, Clinical Instructor ABCD is acting as...?

    • A.

      Facilitator

    • B.

      Health educator

    • C.

      Health counselor

    • D.

      Community health service provider

    Correct Answer
    C. Health counselor
    Explanation
    In this scenario, Clinical Instructor ABCD is acting as a health counselor. They are providing emotional support to Student Nurse EFGH, which falls under the role of a health counselor. Health counselors are trained professionals who offer guidance and support to individuals in managing their emotional well-being and addressing any mental health concerns. In this case, Clinical Instructor ABCD is fulfilling the role of a health counselor by providing emotional support to the student nurse.

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  • 5. 

    He / She is the one who carries out health services contributing to the promotion of health, prevention of illness and early treatment of illness

    • A.

      Facilitator

    • B.

      Health educator

    • C.

      Health counselor

    • D.

      Community health service provider

    Correct Answer
    D. Community health service provider
    Explanation
    A community health service provider is the correct answer because they are responsible for carrying out health services that contribute to the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and early treatment of illness. They work within the community to provide healthcare services, educate individuals about health topics, and offer counseling on health-related issues. This role involves working closely with community members to improve overall health and well-being.

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  • 6. 

    They are the ones who teach various methods / scientific procedures to clients in healthful ways of living...

    • A.

      Facilitator

    • B.

      Health educator

    • C.

      Health counselor

    • D.

      Community health service provider

    Correct Answer
    B. Health educator
    Explanation
    A health educator is the correct answer because they are responsible for teaching clients various methods and scientific procedures related to healthful ways of living. They provide information and resources to help individuals make informed decisions about their health and adopt healthy behaviors. They may work in a variety of settings, such as schools, community organizations, and healthcare facilities, to educate and empower individuals to take control of their health.

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  • 7. 

    The phases of community organizing are:1. Pre-entry phase2. Entry Phase3. ?4. Sustenance and strengthening phasewhat should be in the 3rd phase?

    • A.

      Creation phase

    • B.

      Organizing - Building phase

    • C.

      Planning

    • D.

      Implementation

    Correct Answer
    B. Organizing - Building phase
    Explanation
    The third phase in community organizing is the Organizing - Building phase. This phase involves actively mobilizing and engaging community members, building relationships, and creating a sense of collective identity and purpose. During this phase, organizers work to develop leadership within the community, establish communication channels, and build capacity for collective action. The Organizing - Building phase is crucial for creating a strong and united community that can effectively address the issues and challenges they face.

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  • 8. 

    It is the initial phase of community organizing in which the community organizer looks for a community to help / serve

    • A.

      Pre-entry phase

    • B.

      Entry phase

    • C.

      Organizing - building phase

    • D.

      Sustenance and strengthening phase

    Correct Answer
    A. Pre-entry phase
    Explanation
    The pre-entry phase refers to the initial stage of community organizing where the community organizer actively seeks out a community to assist or serve. During this phase, the organizer conducts research and assessments to identify communities in need and determine their specific requirements. This phase is crucial as it allows the organizer to establish relationships and gain a deeper understanding of the community's issues and concerns before moving forward with the organizing process.

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  • 9. 

    GIn selecting a host family, the nurse should remember the following, exceptI. Choose a family with a strategic locationII. A host family that belongs to a rich segment of the communityIII. Family should be respected by both the formal and informal leader and community residentsIV. Choose a family that rejects an interview

    • A.

      II only

    • B.

      I, II, III and IV

    • C.

      II and IV

    • D.

      IV only

    Correct Answer
    C. II and IV
    Explanation
    nahirapan ako magisip d2 a @_@ XD

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  • 10. 

    This phase is also called as "social preparation phase"

    • A.

      Strengthening and sustenance phase

    • B.

      Phase 4 B

    • C.

      Pre-entry phase

    • D.

      Entry phase

    Correct Answer
    D. Entry phase
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "Entry phase." This phase is also called the "social preparation phase." During this phase, individuals or groups prepare themselves socially for entering a new environment or situation. It involves gathering information, building relationships, and acquiring the necessary skills and knowledge to successfully navigate the new setting. The entry phase marks the actual transition from the previous state to the new state, where individuals or groups officially enter the new environment and begin to engage with it.

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  • 11. 

    It is the establishing of rapport with the people and imbibing community life by living with the community people and undergoing the same experience that they have, sharing their hopes, aspirations and hardships towards building mutual trust and cooperation?

    • A.

      Community Organizing

    • B.

      Cooperation

    • C.

      Integration

    • D.

      Being friendly

    Correct Answer
    C. Integration
    Explanation
    Integration is the correct answer because it refers to the process of establishing rapport and building mutual trust and cooperation with the community by immersing oneself in their lives and experiences. By living with the community people and sharing their hopes, aspirations, and hardships, one can integrate themselves into the community and foster a sense of unity and collaboration. This approach is essential for effective community organizing and creating positive social change.

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  • 12. 

    Refers to a systematic approach, a study of the health condition of a community, involving the collection, analysis and the interpretation of data including statistical data

    • A.

      Diagnosis

    • B.

      Medical health diagnosis

    • C.

      Nursing care diagnosis

    • D.

      Community health diagnosis

    Correct Answer
    D. Community health diagnosis
    Explanation
    Community health diagnosis refers to the systematic approach of studying the health condition of a community. It involves collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data, including statistical data, in order to identify the health needs and problems of the community. This process helps in understanding the health issues prevalent in the community and developing appropriate interventions and strategies to improve the overall health and well-being of the community members.

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  • 13. 

    A systematic study designed to collect data about a community, but costly and time consuming

    • A.

      Epidemiology

    • B.

      Home visit

    • C.

      Survey

    • D.

      Interview

    Correct Answer
    C. Survey
    Explanation
    A survey is a systematic study designed to collect data about a community. It is a method of gathering information from a large number of individuals in a standardized way. Surveys are often used in epidemiology to gather data on health-related behaviors, risk factors, and disease prevalence in a population. While surveys can provide valuable insights, they can be costly and time-consuming due to the need for extensive planning, data collection, and analysis.

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  • 14. 

    It is the phase of community organizing that is the formation of more formal structure and the inclusion of more formal process of planning, implementing and evaluating of community wide activities

    • A.

      Pre-entry Phase

    • B.

      Sustenance and Strengthening Phase

    • C.

      Organizing - Building Phase

    • D.

      Entry Phase

    Correct Answer
    C. Organizing - Building Phase
    Explanation
    The organizing-building phase refers to the stage in community organizing where a more formal structure is established and formal processes for planning, implementing, and evaluating community-wide activities are put in place. This phase involves the formation of a stronger and more organized community, with clear goals and strategies for achieving them. It is a crucial step towards creating a sustainable and effective community organization.

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  • 15. 

    This phase occurs when the community organization has already been established and the community members are already actively participating in community wide undertakings

    • A.

      Entry Phase

    • B.

      Organizing - Building Phase

    • C.

      Pre-entry Phase

    • D.

      Sustenance and Strengthening Phase

    Correct Answer
    D. Sustenance and Strengthening Phase
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Sustenance and Strengthening Phase. This phase refers to a stage in community organization where the community members have already established the organization and are actively involved in community-wide activities. During this phase, the focus is on maintaining and strengthening the community organization, as well as sustaining the participation and engagement of community members. This phase typically comes after the initial organizing and building phase, and signifies the ongoing efforts to sustain the community organization and its activities.

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