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Loss, Grief and Bereavement

1.  What is the normal process of reacting both internally and externally to the perception of loss?
A) grief
B) mourning
C) bereavement
2.  What is the process by which a person adapts to a loss?
A) grief
B) mourning
C) bereavement
3.  The period after a loss during which grief is experienced and mourning occurs?
A) grief
B) mourning
C) bereavement
4.  In which phase of the task model is a person forced to make a series of decisions regarding their medical care?
A) prediagnostic phase
B) acute phase
C) chronic phase
D) terminal phase
5.  In which phase of the task model does the patient know that death is no longer just possible, but inevitable?
A) prediagnostic phase
B) acute phase
C) chronic phase
D) terminal phase
6.  Which trajectory is characterized by a long slow decline?
A) gradual slant
B) downward slant
C) peaks and valleys
D) descending plateaus
7.  What is the initial stage of the bereavement process?
A) Shock and numbness
B) Yearning and Searching
C) Disorganization and Despair
D) Reorganization
8.  What factors can influence a child’s grief?
A) the child’s age
B) the child's stage of development
C) the child's previous experiences with death
D) All of the Above
9.  At what age do children become curious about death?
A) Between 2-3 years
B) Between 3-6 years
C) Between 6-9 years
D) 9 and older
10.  When discussing death with a child, the communication should be
A) simple
B) direct
C) detailed
D) All of the Above

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