Enlighten Knowledge Exam, Questions on Basic Preventive for Nursing Training Collage Final Year Students(2023 Triers).

1. Which of the following changes do NOT occur in females during puberty?

A. Deepening of voice

B. Enlargement of breasts

C. Growth of hair in the armpit

2. The Community Health Officer (CHO) performs one of the following duties

A. conducting deliveries in the CHPS compound

B. providing antenatal care in the compound

C. providing clinical care in the CHPS compound

3. The Community Health Committee is responsible for the following functions:

I. Advocating community health services.

II. Managing health materials used for services.

III. Selection of community health volunteers

A. I & III

B. I & II

C. I, II & III

4. The following are reasons for adopting the primary health care (PHC) concept in this country.

I. Adequate collaboration with other sectors.

II. Emphasis on the construction of health facilities.

III. Inadequate and inequitable distribution of staff

A. I & II

B. I & III

C. I, II & III

5. Which of these staff are identified in level A of Primary Health Care?

I. Community clinic Attendant.

II. Community-Based Distributor.

III. Community Health Volunteer

A. I & II

B. I & III

C. I, II & III

6. How many nations formulated the primary health care concept?

A. 132

B. 134

C. 136

7. In which country was the conference held by WHO and UNICEF to formulate the PHC concept?

A. Alma Ata in Italy

B. Alma Ata in Japan

C. Alma Ata in Russia

8. Which of the following is the benefit of community mobilization?

A. Encourage lust for power

B. Encourage resistance to change

C. Encourage sustainability

9. The tertiary level of disease prevention includes the following

I. Physiotherapy treatment

II. Retrogression of disabilities

III. Rehabilitation activity

A. I & II

B. I & III



10. For what reasons do nurses work to prevent tobacco use by teens?

A. Smoking is associated with fighting and unprotected sex.

B. Smokeless tobacco damages gums and teeth.

C. Teens who smoke are more likely to use alcohol and drugs+

11. Community-Based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) is described as a process of……..

A. educating people in the community on their health

B. mobilizing community resources to give care

C. providing cost-effective health services

12. The main objectives of CHPS are to……………………

I. Develop effective intersectoral collaboration.

II. Improve efficiency and responsiveness to client needs.

III. Increase situation analysis for good sanitation

A. I & II

B. I & III

C. I, II & III

13. The following are the roles of the Community Health Officer in the CHPS Zone.

I. Monitoring sanitation activities.

II. Supervising the Community Health Committee.

III. Supervising the Traditional Birth Attendant

A. I & II

B. I & III

C. I, II & III

14. Preventive health services can be broken into the under-listed EXCEPT

A. Primary

B. Promotive

C. Secondary

15. Pre-modial prevention of disease includes the under-listed EXCEPT

A. Policies to discourage smoking

B. Programs to promote regular physical activities

C. Provision of conditions both at work and home to favour healthy living

16. Primary prevention refers to which of the following?

A. Limitation of disability

B. Prevention of exposure to risk factors

C. Rehabilitation

17. In which year was the Primary Health Care concept formulated?

A. 1974

B. 1976

C. 1978

18. These are functions of the Level C of Primary Health Care:

I. Budget, Planning for services.

II. Supervised Level A staff.

III. Provision of technical expertise

A. I & II

B. I & III

C. I, II & III

19. A client confided in a nurse that her 13-year-old daughter has recently changed dramatically in her social interactions with others. Which of the following is a social behavior MOST likely to be exhibited by a girl at this age?

A. Banding together with other girls and dressing like them

B. Banding together with boys and girls but maintaining her unique style

C. Hanging out primarily with boys her age

20. Which of these is NOT a component of Primary Health Care?

A. Adequate community participation in all programs

B. Adequate food production and proper nutrition

C. Adequate health education on health problems

21. The Community Health Officer (CHO) performs one of the following duties

A. conducting deliveries in the CHPS compound

B. providing antenatal care in the compound

C. providing clinical care in the CHPS compound

22. Which of the following hormone is responsible for secondary sexual characteristics in males?

A. Testosterone

B. Progesterone

C. Melatonin

23. The early use of drugs and alcohol makes addiction more likely and slows the development of the

A. brain and mental health

B. physical characteristics

C. sexual characteristics

24. Establishing emotional independence from your parents means all of the following EXCEPT:

A. talking to a teacher or friend at times about issues

B. having your parents make all decisions for you

C. reading self-help articles “online” about your problem

Which of the following makes an adolescent less likely to seek health Services?

A. An attitude of health care providers

B. Nurses who treat them equally.

C. The cost of health services provided.

25. The mother of a 13-year-old boy expresses sadness to the nurse that her son is “much more connected to his friends than his family.” The following understanding would benefit this parent EXCEPT?

A. Adolescents need parental support and guidance as they move toward adulthood

B. Peers are not needed for emotional security while stepping away from family.

C. Peers provide an opportunity to learn and practice social roles away from the family.

26. Jenny is a 15-year-old girl who is being seen today at the clinic, and her mom comments on the fact that Jenny seems to always choose the opposite of what everyone else wants and that her mood swings are a common occurrence. What statement below shows the nurse that Jenny’s mom understands these changes?

A. “I know that she is doing this because of all the hormones.”

B. “She will never find anyone to live with her if she acts like this.”

C. “This is common for this age group and it will get better with time.”


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