The process by which people of diverse backgrounds slowly give up their original culture, language, and identity and melt into another group is known as?
What is another tern for prejudice?
The tendency to view the norms and values of one's own culture as the only acceptable ones and to use them as standards by which all other cultures are measured is called?
The lowest level of Maslow's hierarchy of needs is?
love and belonging
Which of the following stages of dying is describes as the realization that life will be interrupted before everything the dying patient has planned has been accomplished?
According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, what is the reasons patients may behave abnormally during their hospital stay?
Their physiologic needs aren't being met
They cannot understand what is happening
They are missing their sense of love and belonging
In Maslow's hierarchy of needs, a patient cannot satisfy the need for love and belonging before satisfying the need for safety and security
What is the significance of a good clinical history?
It provides the referring physician's admitting diagnosis
it provides general information about the patient's condition
It focuses the radiologist's attention on a specific area
It translates the patient's complaints into medical jargon
All of the following are used to provide a better history to the radiologist except?
using probing questions
summarizing the details
asking close-ended questions
When the radiographer asks a patient how many days the person has had a fever, what part of the clinical history is being assessed?
The science of rightness and wrongness of human conduct and character is called
Generally accepted customs of right living and conduct and an individuals practice of these customs is called
The use of moral principles as a basis for defending a chosen path of action in resolving an ethical dilemma is called
Select the ethical principle described by actions that benefit others.
Select the ethical principle described by actions that respect the independence of other people
Select the ethical principle described as being truthful is right
Select the ethical principle described by"above all,do no harm."
The original copy of the health record is taken to court.
The process of monitoring and evaluating the quality of the care and services provided to patients in a health care facility is called all of the following except
Which type of law defines individual rights?
A/an_____is a patient's claim that he or she has been wronged.
A/an ____ can occurs if a technologist touches a patient or performs an examination without the patient's permission
none of the above
Which term applies when a patient is injured through no fault of his or her own while in the complete control of another?
res ipsa loquitur
The theory of___ requires the hospital or health care entity to be responsible for the quality of care delivered to consumers.