Appendix C: Offline Copies of Test Yourself Quizzes

Chapter 1 Test Yourself

Choose the correct answer.

  1. ____ is the facts, examples, or sources used to support a claim. (Evidence/Facts)
  2. ____ are words that hold the essence, or the key idea, of what you are trying to find. (Keywords/Wildcards)
  3. ____ a word allows you to search for multiple variations of a word at once. (Abbreviating/Truncating)
  4. A ____ is a word or phrase that is assigned to an article or other resource and describes the topic of the resource. (boolean operator/subject heading)
  5. An ____ provides a big-picture overview of what the article is about and synthesizes the most important information. (abstract/introduction)


Chapter 2 Test Yourself

  1. ____ organizes the relationships between words in a sentence, especially between the doer and action, so that the reader can understand in detail who’s doing what. (Paraphrasing/Grammar)
  2. A ___ is incomplete usually because either the main-clause subject or predicate (or both) is missing. (sentence fragment/run-on sentence)
  3. ___ is the general character or attitude of a work, and it is highly dependent on word choice and structure. (Tone/Point of view)
  4. ___ is the practice of giving credit to the sources that inform your work. (Quoting/Citing)
  5. ___ is the unauthorized or uncredited use of the writings or ideas of another in your writing. (Plagiarism/Collusion)


Chapter 3 Test Yourself

  1. A ___ is the capability to use a set of related knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully perform “critical work functions.” (proficiency/competency)
  2. A ___ is a credential awarded by a governmental licensing agency that gives legal authority to work in an occupation. (license/certification)

  3. To understand what type of work suits and to be able to convey that to others to get hired, you must become an expert in knowing ___. (employment trends/who you are)
  4. A ___ is a credential awarded by a professional organization or other nongovernmental body that demonstrates competency. (certification/license)


Chapter 4 Test Yourself

  1. Hard skills can be defined as skills that are: (easily quantifiable and objective abilities that you have learned and perhaps have mastered/more general and pertain to the way you relate to people, the way you think, or the ways in which you behave).
  2. A ___ is a person who can vouch for your skills, knowledge, and experience as they relate to the jobs you apply for. (referral/reference)
  3. ___ refers to building and maintaining relationships so that you can connect to career opportunities. (Networking/Marketing)
  4. A strong resume describes your ___. (accomplishments/job duties)
  5. An effective job search strategy includes submitting a ___ cover letter with each application. (generic/customized)


Chapter 5 Test Yourself

  1. An ___ refers to a tool or approach for practically addressing ethical challenges that often includes a stepwise procedure. (ethical framework/ethical theory)
  2. An ethical theory that focuses on action or, more properly, the rules governing action, is ___. (utilitarianism/deontology
  3. ___ refers to a society’s shared, stable beliefs about what is good and bad, right and wrong. (Principles/Morality)
  4. The ___, written in 1947, is a set of 10 ethical principles for human research. (Nuremberg Code/Declaration of Helsinki)
  5. ____means obtaining and documenting people’s agreement to have a medical procedure or participate in a study, having informed them of everything that might reasonably be expected to affect their decision. (Autonomy/Informed consent)


Chapter 6 Test Yourself

  1. ___means conducting oneself with responsibility, integrity, accountability, and excellence. (Style/Professionalism)
  2. ___can be defined as interrelated knowledge, skills, and attitudes that allow teams to work together to accomplish interdependent goals. (Interprofessional collaborative practice/Teamwork processes)
  3. ___ refers to the structured process by which information is clearly and accurately exchanged among team members. (Communication/Leadership)
  4. A ___is a brief meeting before and/or during a shift to establish situational awareness, reinforce plans already in place, and adjust the teamwork plan as needed. (debrief/huddle)
  5. ___ is the ability to anticipate and support team members’ needs through accurate knowledge about their responsibilities and workload. (Mutual support/Situation monitoring)


Chapter 7 Test Yourself

  1. ___ involves professionals undertaking interdependent roles working together, investing in shared strategies, problem-solving, and decision-making to design care plans supporting patient outcomes. (Communication/Collaboration)
  2. ___ is the degree to which individuals have the ability to find, understand, and use information and services to inform health-related decisions and actions for themselves and others. (Personal health literacy/Organizational health literacy)
  3. Examples of ____ include facial expressions, hand gestures, eye contact, and body language. (non-verbal communication strategies/therapeutic communication)
  4. ___  is helpful when therapeutically communicating with others. (Sympathy/Empathy)
  5. All aspects of communication are influenced by ___. (culture/netiquette)


Chapter 8 Test Yourself

  1. ___ is being in good physical and mental health. (Wellness/Fitness)
  2. ___ is a feeling a person gets when faced with a challenge. (Worry/Stress)
  3. ___ is a way of thinking that lets one put off doing something that should be done now. (Time management/Procrastination)
  4. ___ are tricks for memorizing lists and data. (Study hacks/Mnemonics)
  5. An important component of personal wellness is ___ health. (financial/emotional)


Chapter 1 Test Yourself Answers

  1. Evidence
  2. Keywords
  3. Truncating
  4. subject heading
  5. abstract

Chapter 2 Test Yourself Answers

  1. Grammar
  2. sentence fragment
  3. Tone
  4. Citing
  5. Plagiarism

Chapter 3 test yourself answers

  1. competency
  2. license
  3. who you are
  4. certification

Chapter 4 Test Yourself Answers

  1. easily quantifiable and objective abilities that you have learned and perhaps have mastered
  2. reference
  3. Networking
  4. accomplishments
  5. customized

Chapter 5 Test Yourself Answers

  1. ethical framework
  2. deontology
  3. Morality
  4. Nuremberg Code
  5. Informed consent

Chapter 6 Test Yourself Answers

  1. Professionalism
  2. Teamwork processes
  3. Communication
  4. huddle
  5. Mutual support

Chapter 7 Test Yourself Answers

  1. Collaboration
  2. Personal health literacy
  3. non-verbal communication strategies
  4. Empathy
  5. culture

Chapter 8 Test Yourself Answers

  1. Wellness
  2. Stress
  3. Procrastination
  4. Mnemonics
  5. emotional


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