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Epidemiology, as defined in this lesson, would include which of the Quiz1 managerial activities? Describing the demographic characteristics of persons with acute aflatoxin poisoning in District A Prescribing an antibiotic to treat a patient with community-acquired methicillin-resistantStaphylococcus aureus infection Comparing the family history, amount of exercise, and eating habits of those with and without newly diagnosed diabetes Recommending that a restaurant be closed after implicating it as the source of a hepatitis A outbreak John Snow's investigation of cholera is considered a model for epidemiologic field investigations because it included a: Biologically plausible hypothesis Comparison of a health outcome among exposed and unexposed groups Multivariate statistical model Recommendation for public health action Public health Quiz1 managerial includes which of the following activities: Diagnosing whether a case of encephalitis is actually due to West Nile virus infection Soliciting case reports of persons with symptoms compatible with SARs from local hospitals Creating graphs of the number of dog bites by week and neighborhood Writing a report on trends in seat belt use to share with the state legislature Disseminating educational materials about ways people can reduce their risk of Lyme disease The hallmark feature of an analytic epidemiologic study is: Choose one best answer Use of an appropriate comparison group Laboratory confirmation of the diagnosis Publication in a peer-reviewed journal Statistical analysis using logistic regression A number of passengers on a cruise ship from Puerto Rico to the Panama Canal have recently developed a gastrointestinal illness compatible with norovirus formerly called Norwalk-like virus.
Testing for norovirus is not readily available in any nearby island, and the test takes several days even where available.
Assuming you are the epidemiologist called on to board the ship and investigate this possible outbreak, your case definition should include, at a minimum: Choose one best answer Clinical criteria, plus specification of time, place, and person Clinical features, plus the exposure s you most suspect Suspect cases The nationally agreed standard case definition for disease reporting A specific case definition is one that: Is likely to include only or mostly true cases Is considered "loose" or "broad" Will include more cases than asensitive case definition May exclude mild cases Comparing numbers and rates of illness in a community, rates are preferred for: Choose one best answer Conducting surveillance for communicable diseases Deciding how many doses of immune globulin are needed Estimating subgroups at highest risk Telling physicians which strain of influenza is most prevalent For the cruise ship scenario described in Question 7, how would you display the time course of the outbreak?
Choose one best answer Endemic curve Seasonal trend Secular trend For the cruise ship scenario described in Question 7, if you suspected that the norovirus may have been transmitted by ice made or served aboard ship, how might you display "place"?
Spot map by assigned dinner seating location Spot map by cabin Shaded map of United States by state of residence Shaded map by whether passenger consumed ship's ice or not Which variables might you include in characterizing the outbreak described in Question 7 by person? Age of passenger Detailed food history what person ate while aboard ship Status as passenger or crew Symptoms When analyzing surveillance data by age, which of the following age groups is preferred?
Choose one best answer 1-year age groups year age groups Depends on the disease A study in which children are randomly assigned to receive either a newly formulated vaccine or the currently available vaccine, and are followed to monitor for side effects and effectiveness of each vaccine, is an example of which type of study?Liberty University ECON quiz 1 complete solutions correct answers key 3 different versions Question 1 The opportunity cost of working rather than going to school is: Question 2 I asked my neighbor to rake the leaves on his lawn because they are blowing into my yard.
The following financial management web quizzes are grouped to correspond with the chapter headings in Fundamentals of Financial Management, 13th ed., Pearson Education Limited () by James Van Horne and John Wachowicz.
The practice quizzes and solutions could be a good source for a course review or to practice for the management accounting portions of the CPA and/or CMA . We function in our personal and professional lives based on knowledge and intuitions.
Our intuition that we know a lot is very powerful. But sometimes intuitions are accurate and sometimes they are not; without research, it is hard to tell.
Quiz 2 Managerial Finance Fin * Question 1 4 out of 4 points | | | For managerial purposes, i.e., making decisions regarding the firm's operations, the standard financial statements as prepared by accountants under Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) are often modified and used to create alternative data and metrics that provide a somewhat different picture of a firm's.
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