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Question: Which of the following is a best definition of the goal of population-based nursing:
Question: The Institute for Healthcare Improvement uses a rapid cycle improvement model. The key features of this model are:
Question: Which of the following is an example of a primary prevention intervention for osteoporosis: Select all that apply.
Question: What is being compared in a cohort study design?
Question: A nurse practitioner designing interventions that address health disparities would consider which of the following concepts?
Question: When asked to specify study methodology, the researcher includes which of the following: Select all that apply.
Question: Appraisal of research publications is critical as providers assess for relevance to population health. Which of the following items should be considered during the appraisal process? Select all that apply.
Question: Epidemiology aids the practitioner to appraise which of the following:
Question: Assessing aggregates, is best described as:
Question: The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) has developed the Triple Aim initiative (model). What is one goal from this initiative?
Question: A community health assessment project using a task force from multiple health sectors is an example of which of the following:
Question: Which of the following is an example of a period prevalence rate?
Question: A nurse practitioner working in a primary care practice is analyzing end of the year outcome indicators utilizing the HEDIS categories. Which of the following is a HEDIS category? Select all that apply.
Question: An example of a tertiary prevention measure for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is:
Question: When evaluating “determinants of health”, it is important to consider: Check all that apply.
Question: One method of measuring population health outcomes would be:
Question: Quality of care is dependent on several factors. Which of the following would the nurse practitioner consider when determining quality indicators in a primary care practice?
Question: The provider is seeking to understand causality related to an increase in disease incidence. It can be said that causality is:
Question: When designing a Randomized Controlled Trial, the subjects are typically:
Question: The nurse practitioner is reviewing a recent study that utilizes analytic epidemiology by means of a cohort study design. The cohort study design informs the practitioner about which of the following: