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What did Dr. Amos Bailey do to help change the culture of dying in America? a.
He advocates that dying patients be put on life support to help them live as long as possible.
b. He helps elderly patients commit suicide.
c. He created a support group for dying people.
d. He created Balm of Gilead, a hospice unit. 1 points

QUESTION 3 (Video: A Time To Change): What is palliative care?
a. assisted suicide
b. illness treatment aimed at providing a cure
c. preventative care
d. comfort care

QUESTION 4 (Video: A Time To Change): What is Edwina Taylor’s goal when working with people who are dying? a.
To help them live as long as possible by continuing to treat their symptoms.
b. To help them die quickly, by assisting them with suicide.
c. To help them die peacefully by helping them resolve any issues they may have.
d. To help them prepare for death (helps set up living wills, make funeral and burial arrangements, and such).

QUESTION 5 (Video: A Time To Change): What makes the Balm of Gilead different from other palliative care units?
a. It is included as a ward of the hospital and is not a separate organization.
b. They are the only legal place to go for assisted suicides.
c. It is one of the few units that serves the working poor and uninsured.
d. Nothing, it is pretty much the same as all other palliative care units.

QUESTION 6 (Video: A Time To Change): According to the video, who is Constance Adley and what does she have to do with the Balm of Gilead? a.
She was a bus driver who had to quit work after getting breast cancer and she is now a dying patient on Balm of Gilead.
b. She became a major financial backer of Balm of Gilead after they provided palliative care to her dying mother.
c. She opposes the work done at Balm of Gilead and is involved in several lawsuits against them.
d. She was a nurse who worked for Balm of Gilead until she became a patient herself after being diagnosed with cancer of the lymph nodes. 1 points

QUESTION 7 (Video: A Time To Change): Which type of suffering is the first priority for the Balm of Gilead to help relieve?
a. Emotional suffering because as long as a person has a good attitude they can handle anything.
b. Social suffering because without good social support, the patient will not be able to handle any other aspects of dying.
c. Physical suffering because you can’t take care of emotional, spiritual and social suffering if their physical suffering is unmet.
d. Spiritual suffering because as one is facing the end of their life, it is important to make sure they feel in a good place spiritually.

QUESTION 8 (Video: A Time To Change): Who is the primary caretaker of Willie Fred Davis and where is he staying while he is dying of lung cancer? a.
His wife Shirley is his caretaker. He stays at home and has a hospice nurse (Cassandra Jackson) who checks in on him a couple times a week.
b. His wife Shirley is his caretaker and he stays at home because he can’t afford to be in the hospital or in hospice care.
c. His hospice nurse, Cassandra Jackson, is his primary caretaker and he stays at a local hospital.
d. His hospice nurse, Cassandra Jackson, is his primary caretaker and lives in his house with him. 1 points

QUESTION 9 (Video: A Time To Change): What is one of the main complaints of Faye Burch (a patient of Cassandra Jackson’s)?
a. That hospice isn’t doing enough to make her well again.
b. Her concerns about how to pay for her medical costs.
c. Her physical pain.
d. Her depression and loneliness.

QUESTION 10 (Video: A Time To Change): Mr. McClam was cachetic while he was dying. What does this mean? a.
He had become unable to talk because of his disease.
b. He became more spiritual as he faced death.
c. His body had diffuse wasting from his disease.
d. He experienced extreme personality changes while going through the death process. 1 points

QUESTION 11 (Video: A Time To Change): When happened when Brenda took eight months off to care for her dying mother, Bea Scott?
a. She found she had a passion for caring for dying people and ended up going back to school to become a hospice nurse.
b. Her employer gave her paid time off so she wouldn’t have to worry about money during this already difficult time.
c. She lost her job, her home, her car and her health insurance.
d. She wasn’t actually able to take the time off because it would cost her her job so her mother had to be put in a nursing home.



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