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This is a definition of rules, the regulations, and the boundaries within which a CHW may practice in a defined field

What is Scope of Practice?

100

A condition which is the result of traumatic experiences

What is post-traumatic stress?

100

An acronym for "lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer" with a "+" sign

What is LGBTQ+?

100

A disease that persists for a long time

What is chronic disease?

100

Help individuals, families, and communities to enhance their health, access services, and to improve the conditions for health, especially in low-income communities.

What is a CHW?

200

Described as a physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual phenomenon - an experience of personal fatigue, alienation and failure - or a progressive loss of idealism, energy and purpose sometimes experienced by people working in helping professions.

What is burnout?

200

This definition is the differences in health status between populations that are avoidable and preventable?

What is health inequity?

200

This type of named buying/selling of humans that has no age or gender specifics that can involve illegal labor, prostitution, etc

What is human trafficking?

200

This is the leading cause of death in Ohio.

What is heart disease?

200

It focuses on the individuals strengths and resources

What is client-centered interviewing?

300

The way we respond to and are affected by events or situations that place a demand on our internal and external resources

What is stress?

300

A health condition and chronic disease that is a result of not taking targeted medication, too much salt and sugar, chronic stress, heredity, lack of exercise, and substance use

What is hypertension?

300

This disease is primarily found in African-Americans, is inherited from your parents & changes the shape of Red Blood Cells.

What is Sickle-Cell disease?

300

Delusional or disordered thinking detached from reality; symptoms often include hallucinations.

What is psychosis?

300

Precontemplation, Contemplation, Preparation, Action, Maintenance, Relapse.

What are the six stages of change?

400

Assessment, Policy development, Assurance 

What are the 3 core functions of public health? 

400

physical, emotional, spiritual

What are the 3 key areas of self-care?

400

This popular song from the 70's can help keep rhythm with compressions while performing CPR.

What is Staying Alive by the Bee-Gee's?

400

This document allows someone to name another adult person to act as their agent to make health care decisions for them if they become unable to do so.

What is Health Care Power of Attorney?

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Goals/Mindset have been set by your patient/member and has decided to complete the goal with the resources supplied to the member/patient

What is the stage of change called action?

500

Communication skills, Interpersonal skills, Knowledge base about the community, health issues and available services, Service coordination skills, Capacity-building skills, Advocacy skills, Teaching skills, and organizational skills.

What are the 8 core competencies of a CHW? 

500

 This acknowledges histories of discrimination and current dynamics of power and privilege, and asks service providers to examine their own biases in order not to impose assumptions— about behaviors, beliefs, or values— onto the client they work with

What is Cultural Humility?

500

What PHI stands for

What is Protected Health Information?

500

Limitations or ethical guidelines that define professional working relationships

What are boundaries?

500

This is an evidence-based collaborative, goal-oriented style of communication with particular attention to the language of change.

What is motivational interviewing?

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