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CME POST-TEST

CME POST-TEST Downloaded from https://pdfs.journals.lww.com/jaapa by BhDMf5ePHKZxZb3ruX4b9cKfbT5h3bp+v9gTtSlrchDWvVTxyN8Hif2P/rPZfAxb8td684/2m6Qj/1S0ZObgiiKJ9vD64yNdY1wI1G/v4gN3ti1fujtTJsg5898WZFuC on 02/23/2019 CME CME POST-TEST EXPIRATION DATE: NOVEMBER 2019 All post-tests must be completed and submitted online. Earn Category I CME Credit by reading both CME articles in this issue, reviewing the post-test, then taking the online test at http://cme.aapa.org. Successful completion is defi ned as a cumulative score of at least 70% correct. This material has been reviewed and is approved for 1 hour of clinical Category I (Preapproved) CME credit by the AAPA. PTSD SUID 1. Which statement is correct about PTSD? 6. What is the leading cause of postneonatal death in the a. Military personnel have PTSD risk factors that are specifi c to United States? them, such as nonoffi cer rank a. cardiovascular anomalies b. Previous trauma that did not trigger PTSD does not infl uence b. metabolic or genetic disorders the development of PTSD in the future c. SIDS c. PTSD is characterized by previous trauma with resultant d. unintentional injury intrusive symptoms but absence of cognitive or mood alterations 7. Which of the following is an AAP recommendation for a d. Fewer than 3% of veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and safe infant sleep environment? Operation Enduring Freedom are affected by PTSD a. Place infants on their backs for all sleep b. Use a soft sleep surface 2. Until recently, what has been the standard treatment of c. Parents and infants should share sleep surfaces whenever PTSD in combat veterans? possible a. pharmacotherapy alone d. Avoid use of pacifi ers at naptime and bedtime b. pharmacotherapy (SSRIs or SNRIs) in combination with psychotherapy 8. What is the best way to define SUIDS? c. cognitive processing therapy a. The sudden death of an infant younger than age 1 year that d. prolonged exposure therapy cannot be explained after a thorough investigation. b. The death of a previously healthy infant younger than age 3. Which emerging nonpharmacologic therapies have 1 year that occurs suddenly and unexpectedly. the strongest support and evidence for use in treating c. The sudden death of an infant younger than age 1 year that is caused by suffocation or asphyxiation in a sleeping veterans with PTSD? environment. a. eye movement desensitization and reprocessing d. The sudden death of an infant younger than age 1 year b. brief eclectic psychotherapy and narrative exposure therapy that remains undetermined because one or more part of the c. supportive counseling and eye movement desensitization investigation were not completed. d. CPT and prolonged exposure 9. Which group has the highest SUID mortality? 4. Which statement describes prolonged exposure as a a. American Indian/Alaska Native therapy for PTSD? b. non-Hispanic black a. Reliving the experience of a traumatic event through invoking c. non-Hispanic white the senses and emotions and then working through them d. Hispanic constructively b. Addressing the key posttraumatic themes such as safety, 10. In which situation is it appropriate to place an infant in trust, power, control, self-esteem, and intimacy c. Identifying obstructive behaviors and solving them with the prone position to sleep? personal coping strategies a. It is never appropriate to place an infant in the prone position d. Investigating the unconscious and bringing repressed fears to to sleep. the conscious mind b. All infants diagnosed with GERD should be placed in the prone position to sleep. c. An infant with impaired airway protective mechanisms and 5. What do clinicians view as the most common barrier a type 3 laryngeal cleft who has not yet undergone antirefl ux to using CPT and prolonged exposure to treat veterans surgery should be placed in the prone position to sleep. with PTSD? d. Premature infants should be placed in the prone position to a. cost sleep. b. duration of therapy c. insuffi cient data to support use d. lack of clinician training JAAPA Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants www.JAAPA.com 31 Copyright © 2018 American Academy of Physician Assistants Downloaded from https://pdfs.journals.lww.com/jaapa by BhDMf5ePHKZxZb3ruX4b9cKfbT5h3bp+v9gTtSlrchDWvVTxyN8Hif2P/rPZfAxb8td684/2m6Qj/1S0ZObgiiKJ9vD64yNdY1wI1G/v4gN3ti1fujtTJsg5898WZFuC on 02/23/2019 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the American Academy of PAs Wolters Kluwer Health

CME POST-TEST

Journal of the American Academy of PAs , Volume 31 (11) – Nov 1, 2018

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