BUSI 630 Quiz Descriptive

BUSI 630 Quiz Descriptive, Behavioral, Infections, and Injury Epidemiology

Covers the Textbook material from Module 3: Week 3 — Module 4: Week 4.

  1. Which of the following are limitations of cross-sectional surveys?
  2. The _____________ lists more than 100 disorders or groups of disorders related to occupational environments.
  3. True or False? There is a strong positive relationship between higher income and longer life.
  4. In a 2014 report by the ILO, 15% of workplace deaths resulted directly from:
  5. Which of the following allows users to build state- or county-level maps for fatal injury rates stratied by race, sex, and age categories?
  6. Cross-sectional studies are usually conducted in the form of
  7. True or False? Incentive programs are most effective in changing behaviors related to obesity, hypertension or smoking.
  8. To help individuals assess their cardiovascular health and monitor progress, the American Heart Association has developed an online self-assessment tool called _
  9. Which of the following is a measure of functional capacity in terms of the amount of oxygen consumed per minute?
  10. Electronic cigarettes, pipes, and hookahs are collectively known as
  11. Body mass index and waist circumference have been shown to underestimate the obesity rate in _____________ populations.
  12. What is the correct term for financial incentives given to healthcare providers to improve the quality of care and health outcomes?
  13. is the most common measure of body fat in adult men and women over 20 years of age.
  14. A microorganism is ______________ if it is capable of being transmitted or passed from one host to another and can produce disease.
  15. Which of the following is an indicator of the severity of a disease and is defined as the proportion of cases of a disease that resulted in death?
  16. Infectious diseases occur as a result of an interaction among the agent, host organism, and the
  17. A ___________ is a person or animal in which an infectious agent harbors, grows and multiplies.
  18. True or False? Pathogenicity refers to the ability of an organism to cause damage or disease in the host.
  19. In 2014, trauma accounted for 30% of all _____________ in the country.
  20. Which of the following are the two main risk factors for road traffic injuries globally?
  21. True or False? In the United States alcohol-related violent death rates exceed those for automobile traffic crashes.
  22. According to an estimate by the American Burn Association in 2015, most of the deaths resulting from burn injuries were due to:
  23. True or False? A majority of burn injuries are work-related.
  24. At the beginning of the Decade of Action, which of the following was developed to provide baseline data on global road safety conditions?
  25. Which of the following is an interactive online database that contains comprehensive data from various sources on fatal and nonfatal injuries and injury-related hospitalizations?
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