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Community Health Nursing A Canadian Perspective 4th Edition Stamler Test Bank

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Community Health Nursing A Canadian Perspective 4th Edition Stamler Test Bank

  • ISBN-10:0134240626
  • ISBN-13:978-0134240626

 

 

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Chapter 19: Gender and Community Health

 

Multiple Choice Questions

  1. The life expectancy of Canadians is changing. What is the current trend in life expectancy?
    1. The rate for men is increasing faster than for women
    2. Life expectancy for men has surpassed that of women
    3. Life expectancy for women is decreasing
    4. The rate increase is identical for men and women

Correct Answer: a (page 362)

  1. Which of the following statements is true?
    1. Sex refers to the psychosomatic characteristics that define men and women
    2. Gender refers to the socially constructed roles, behaviours and attributes tha a given society consideres appropriate for men and women
    3. Sex refers to the behaviours and activities that all societies consider appropriate for men and women
    4. Gender includes sex specific diseases like prostate cancer and ovarian cancer

Correct Answer: b (page 364)

  1. What is included in the definition of sex?
    1. Psychology
    2. Anatomy
    3. Behaviours
    4. Activities

Correct Answer: b (page 363)

 

 

  1. What is the impact of sex on the health of men and women?
    1. Less tendency for women to experience depression
    2. No impact on disease progression for cardiovascular disease
    3. Similar response to drugs for both men and women
    4. Differences in incidence and natural history of many diseases

Correct Answer: d (page 363)

  1. What is the correct term for how we are treated by people around us?
    1. Gender role
    2. Gender relations
    3. Gender identity
    4. Institutionalized gender

Correct Answer: b (page 365)

  1. Why is prostate cancer termed a couples’ disease?
    1. Impacts gender relations
    2. Greater incidence in married men
    3. Causes vaginal cancer
    4. Vaginal secretions can lead to prostate cancer

Correct Answer: a (page 366)

  1. Michelle dresses her daughter in frilly dresses. What would be the correct term for this behaviour?
    1. Gender relations
    2. Gender identity
    3. Institutionalized gender
    4. Gender role

Correct Answer: d (page 365)

  1. Which statement is correct about how sex and gender affect health outcomes?
    1. Women are more likely to seek treatment for HIV than men
    2. Men and women differ in pharmacodynamics
    3. Men are at greater risk for HIV infections
    4. Increased thyroid functioning in women predisposes them to depression

Correct Answer: b (page 364)

  1. Which is one of the top five causes of death for men and women?
    1. Diabetes
    2. Cerebrovascular disease
    3. Alzheimer’s disease
    4. Influenza and pneumonia

Correct Answer: b (page 369)

  1. Ayishah is a married Arab woman. She has been ostracized by her family and friends following an affair with a male co-worker. The co-worker has suffered no consequences as a result of the affair. What is the most correct term for this behaviour?
    1. Gender bias
    2. Gender relations
    3. Gender inequity
    4. Institutionalized gender

Correct Answer: a (page 368)

  1. A nurse looks at society by considering the needs and realities of both men and women. What term best describes the nurse’s actions?
    1. Gender lens
    2. Gender identity
    3. Gender inequity
    4. Gender bias

Correct Answer: a (page 369)

  1. When using a gender lens, what question should the nurse ask?
    1. What is the intended outcome for men and women?
    2. How are the subgroups of men and women taken into account?
    3. What legal realities need to be considered?
    4. How is the problem similar for men and women?

Correct Answer: b (page 369)

  1. Which country has the highest life expectancy for both men and women?
    1. Canada
    2. France
    3. Japan
    4. Italy

Correct Answer: c (page 363)

  1. What group of women in Canada should receive particular attention from community health nurses?
    1. Women caring for elderly parents
    2. New mothers
    3. Aboriginal women
    4. Elderly women

Correct Answer: c (page 365)

  1. What statement is true regarding men’s health and illness practices?
    1. Men rely on women to manage their ill health
    2. Men have more life threatening health conditions
    3. Men see their family physician if severely ill
    4. Men’s Health Network collects research on men’s health

Correct Answer: b (page 369)

 

 

  1. What is a caution nurses must exercise when using a gender lens in community care?
    1. Reinforcing stereotypes
    2. Overusing gender in programs
    3. Questioning the relevance in some programs
    4. Focusing on meeting the needs of women

Correct Answer: a (page 370)

  1. Which of the following factors need to be considered when examining policies sand programs through a gender-based analysis process?
    1. Access, inclusion, and equity
    2. Assessment, benefits, and access
    3. Incidence, access, and social justice
    4. PrevalenceRemember,cial justice, and benefits

Correct Answer: a (page 368)

  1. What is an example of a gender-appropriate public health intervention?
    1. Pregnancy prevention programs targeting young women
    2. Binge drinking program that targets seniors in nursing homes
    3. Anti-smoking campaign that targets pregnant women
    4. Ads that educate the men and women about the signs of cardiovascular disease

Correct Answer: d (page 381)

  1. Gender bias is the root of gender inequities. Gender bias results from which of the following three problems?
    1. Sex specificity, overgeneralization, and double standards
    2. Undergeneralization, gender and sex insensitivity, and tripple standards
    3. Overgeneralization, gender and sex insensitivity, and double standards
    4. Sex incidence, sex specificity, and tripple standards

Correct Answer: c (page 368)

  1. A nurse works in a university health clinic. The nurse is aware that male and female students react differently to health issues. Which statement is true?
    1. Women commonly experience poorer health outcomes than men
    2. Men commonly experience poorer health outcomes than women
    3. Men generally live longer than women
    4. Men have higher levels of psychiatric disorders

Correct Answer: a (page 369)

  1. A nurse works in a university health clinic. The nurse is concerned about the number of students smoking on campus. While developing a policy for this issue, what does the nurse need to do?
    1. Find evidence to support that smoking is the leading cause of death in women
    2. Gather information and consider stakeholer perspectives
    3. Make an individual decision about what is the best policy for smoking
    4. Make assumptions about why smoking is a problem on campus

Correct Answer: b (page 368)

  1. A nurse works in a university health clinic. The nurse wants to develop a program to reduce the accidental deaths on campus. What should the nurse use to develop this program to ensure it is successful?
    1. Institutionalized gender
    2. Sex equality
    3. Gender identity
    4. Gender lens

Correct Answer: d (page 370)

 

 

  1. A CHN is working with a family to assist them in taking responsibility for establishing, maintaining, or improving their health. This is an example of which level of prevention?
    1. Primary
    2. Secondary
    3. Tertiary
    4. Quaternary

Correct Answer: b (page 372)

  1. A CHN notices that different trends exist when men and women are treated for cardiovascular disease. The CHN works with health care professionals to ensure gender equity is maintained in treating patients. This is an example of which level of prevention?
    1. Primary
    2. Secondary
    3. Tertiary
    4. Quaternary

Correct Answer: c (page 372)

  1. Which tool needs to be used in order to consider the ways in which policies, programs, services, and interventions can better meet the needs of men, women, and people who identify themselves as transgender?
    1. Gender lens tool
    2. Gender policy development tool
    3. Institutionalized gender tool
    4. The sex and gender tool

Correct Answer: a (page 373)

 

Short Answer Questions

  1. Define and give an example of gender role, gender identity, and gender relations.

Correct Answer:

–     Gender role: the behavioural norms applied to men and women in societies that influence everyday actions, expectations, and experiences -e.g., in some societies men are expected to be the breadwinner while women raise the children

–     Gender identity: describes how we see ourselves as men and women and affects our feelings and behaviours -e.g., men are expected to be stoic emotionally, while women can freely express their emotions

–     Gender relations: refers to how we interact with or are treated by people around us -e.g., a woman being offered a seat on the bus by a man, or a man opening a door for a woman (page 365-366)

  1. Define gender lens and discuss the types of questions a community health nurse should ask to ensure a program is appropriate for men and women.

Correct Answer:

Gender lens: a way to look at the participation, needs, and realities of men and women, boys and girls to ensure programs are equitable
Questions the nurse should ask include:

  • How is the problem/issue you are addressing different for men and women?
  • How are the different contexts in the lives of men and women, boys and girls addressed?
  • How is diversity within subgroups of women and men, girls and boys identified and taken into account?
  • What intended and unintended outcomes for men and women can be identified?
  • What other social, political, and economic realities are taken into account? (page 369-370)
  1. List and define the four factors that need to be considered when examining policies and programs through a gender-based analysis process.

Correct Answer:

  • Access: The ability for all people to have equal access to policy, program, and legislative activities
  • Inclusion: Representation of diverse groups of men and women throughout the policy or program process
  • Benefits: The intended advantages of any program or policy are equally available to both men and women of diverse culturesRemember,cioeconomic status, and at various levels of identity
  • Equity: Ensuring that Government of Canada programs and health promotion strategies identify the unique elements, opportunities, and challenges that men, women, and transgendered people face (page 368)

 

  1. List and define the three problems that five rise to gender bias.

Correct Answer:

  • Overgeneralization: when it is assumed that what is good for men is good for women
  • Gender and sex insensitivity: ignoring gender and sex as important variables
  • Double standards: assessing the same situation differently on the basis of gender (page 368)

 

 

  1. When using the gender lens tool, gender differences need to be taken into account. List the factors that consider gender differences.

Correct Answer:

  • Incidence/prevalence
  • Diagnosis/investigation
  • Risk factors
  • Natural history
  • Treatment
  • Response (page 370)

 

 

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