Volunteer Confidentiality, Safety, Infection & Security Post-Test 2012

a. PATIENT NAME
b. PATIENT ADDRESS
c. PERSONAL HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION
d. PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES
e. DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER
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a) TELL YOUR CO-WORKERS WHAT THEY WERE DISCUSSING OVER LUNCH THAT DAY.
b) CALL YOUR SISTER FROM HOME AND TELL WHAT HAPPENED.
c) FORGET WHAT YOU ARE HEARING AND KEEP WORKING.
d) CLOSE THE DOOR SO THE DISCUSSION CANNOT BE HEARD BY ANYONE.
a) TAKE IT HOME AND DISCARD OF IT AWAY FROM THE HOSPITAL.
b) PUT IT IN THE NEAREST TRASH CAN.
c) PUT IT IN THE NEAREST LOCKED SHRED BIN.
d) TAKE IT HOME AND SHRED IT.
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a) YELL "FIRE" SO EVERYONE WILL BE ALERTED TO THE PROBLEM.
b) PULL THE EMERGENCY LIGHT IN THE PATIENT'S ROOM.
c) REMAIN CALM, KEEP VISITORS WITH THE PATIENT AND CALL EXT. 61000 TO INFORM THEM OF THE FIRE.
d) DIAL 9-911 AND REPORT THE FIRE TO THE EMERGENCY OPERATOR.
a) IF WORKING WITH CHILDREN, YOU SHOULD STAY WITH THEM AND NEVER LEAVE THEM ALONE.
b) RUN UP AND DOWNTHE HALLWAY SCREAMING THERE IS A CHILD MISSING.
c) GO TO THE NEAREST ELEVATOR, ENTRANCE, EXIT OR STAIRWELL AND BE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WITH A CHILD.
d) BEGIN TO SEARCH ROOMS, CLOSETS, ETC. FOR THE MISSING CHILD OR ABDUCTOR.
e) IF IT GOES FOR ANY LENGTH OF TIME, LET INDIVIDUALS WITH CHILDREN KNOW THEY SHOULD EXPECT A DELAY ON THE FIRST LEVEL WHEN LEAVING THE FACILITY.
a) 50% OF BACTERIA IS KILLED
b) 75% OF VIRUSES ARE KILLED
c) 25% OF ALL ORGANISMS ARE KILLED
d) 99.9% OF BACTERIA AND VIRUSES ARE KILLED
a) VOLUNTEERS SHOULD DISINFECT THEIR HANDS EACH TIME THEY GO IN OR COME OUT OF A PATIENT ROOM.
b) DO NOT HANDLE NEEDLES FOUND AT THE BEDSIDE OR ON THE FLOOR.
c) COMPLETE AN ANNUAL TUBERCULOSIS SCREENING.
d) VOLUNTEERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE ARTIFICIAL NAILS.
e) THE INFLUENZA VACCINE IS REQUIRED FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS, AND IS FREE OF CHARGE.
f) VOLUNTEERS NEED SPECIAL PERMISSION FROM THE RN BEFORE ENTERING ISOLATION ROOMS.
g) HAND HYGIENE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF INFECTION.
h) WHEN HANDS ARE VISIBLY SOILED, WASH YOUR HANDS WITH SOAP AND WATER.
i) "GELL IN - GEL OUT" OF EACH PATIENT ROOM.
j) IN THE EVENT OF AN EXPOSURE TO BLOOD OR BODY FLUIDS, NOTIFY A STAFF MEMEBER AND REPORT TO EMPLOYEE HEALTH.
a) HEPATITIS B, HEPATITIS C, HIV
b) SYPHILIS, MALARIA, EBOLA VIRUS
c) WEST NILE VIRUS, MAD COW DISEASE
d) AVIAN FLU, INFLUENZA, RABIES
a) YOU HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO ACTIVE PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS AT SOMETIME IN YOUR LIFE.
b) YOU HAVE AN ALLERGY TO THE SKIN TEST SOLUTION.
c) YOU NEED TO STAY HOME.
a) GOING IN AND COMING OUT OF A PATIENT ROOM.
b) AFTER GOING TO THE BATHROOM.
c) ONLY WHEN THE INFECTION CONTROL NURSE IS STANDING THERE.
d) AFTER SNEEZING AND COUGHING.
e) BEFORE EATING.
a) VOLUNTEERS CAN IGNORE THE INSTRUCTIONS ON ISOLATION SIGNS.
b) VOLUNTEERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER AIRBORNE ISOLATION ROOMS.
c) VOLUNTEERS NEED SPECIAL PERMISSION FROM THE RN BEFORE ENTERING CONTACT OR DROPLET ISOLATION ROOMS.
d) GOWNS AND GLOVES MUST BE WORN WHEN ENTERING A CONTACT ISOLATION ROOM
e) IN ADDITION TO GOWNS AND GLOVES, A MASK MUST BE WORN WHEN ENTERING A DROPLET ISOLATION ROOM.
f) HANDS MUST BE DISINFECTED BEFORE ENTERING, BEFORE PUTTING ON GLOVES, AND WHEN LEAVING AN ISOLATION ROOM AND REMOVING GLOVES.
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a) COMPLETE ON-LINE ORIENTATION.
b) COMPLETE AN ANNUAL TB SKIN TEST.
c) SIGN-IN.
d) COMPLETE ANNUAL COMPLIANCE PRIOR TO THEIR BIRTHDAY.
a) Ignore them.
b) Connect by smiling, nodding, showing positive body language.
c) "May I help you?"
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