Kaplan Safety Issues, Professional Responsibilities, Learning, and Research Quiz

Safety Issues, Professional Responsibilities, Learning, and Research Quiz from Kaplan NPTE book


Kaplan Safety Issues, Professional Responsibilities, Learning, and Research Quiz

Safety Issues, Professional Responsibilities, Learning, and Research  Quiz from Kaplan NPTE book

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A physical therapist provides feedback to a client who is performing several trials of a new, complicated
lower-body exercise. The therapist provides the feed-back after every third trial of the exercise. What type of
feedback schedule is this physical therapist providing?

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A physical therapist is documenting information from a treatment session. The patient's active range of
motion following manual stretching was 120° of flex-ion. Under which portion of the SOAP note does this
information fit BEST?

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A researcher uses inferential statistics to describe the results of his study. What is an example of
inferential statistics?

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What learning theory focuses on changing the learner's thoughts, perceptions, and information

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One outcome measure is a hand dynamometer. What type of measurement is the reading of pounds on the
hand dynamometer?

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Which health behavior change model incorporates a patient's readiness to change?

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A physical therapist working in a skilled nursing facility develops laryngitis. Most of her patients are
able to read her lips and hand gestures to complete proper treat-ment. Some patients can read her written or
visual cues. One of her patients, however, is a 75-year-old man who is legally blind and extremely hard of
hearing. How should the therapist communicate with this patient?

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A physical therapist is working with a 78-year-old patient, following a cerebrovascular accident. The
patient is having difficulty remembering how to stand up from a chair. The physical therapist writes down
four steps to instruct the patient on how to stand up, starting with "First, lock the brakes on your
wheelchair." After studying the written directions, the patient is able to recite the four steps in order but is
still unable to perform the task. What type of learning may be impaired in this patient?

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Which one of the following situations does NOT fall under the umbrella of risk management?

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A researcher decides to use an interview to study patients' attitudes about nursing homes. What is one
disadvantage of using an interview for research?

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Which governing organization has been established to set regulations to protect workers and the public
from the risk of exposure to infectious disease transmission through contact with blood-borne pathogens?

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A researcher is studying edema following rotator cuff surgery. To eliminate error, the researcher has each
subject measured in the same room, with the room being the same temperature each time, with the same
lighting, same humidity, and same length of time of being in the room prior to measurement. The research is
trying to eliminate what type of error?

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Which one of the following would be an appropriate short-term goal?

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is a federal agency that was established to protect
workers from discrimination in the workplace. Which of the fol-lowing could be considered a type of

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Borg's Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) scale is used to measure a person's rating of the amount of
work that he or she is performing. It has descriptors such as very light, somewhat hard, and very hard; and it
includes numbers that fit in with these descriptors. What is an advantage of using a scale such as the RPE?

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