AAP Analytics Question Stats

ID User ID Question ID Question User Score Postdate
1,035 926885 field_up_121 Mod1 Q1: 'Screening process' refers to the implementation of a screening tool to identify concerns. (T/F) 0
1,036 926885 field_up_122 Mod1 Q2: What are the benefits of implementing a comprehensive screening process? (a) Allows clinicians to more effectively build a relationship with families (b) Enables clinicians to see more things that affect a child's health and development (c) Allows clinicians to intervene early to prevent more serious issues (d) All of the above 1
1,037 926885 field_up_123 Mod1 Q3: Family-centered care is grounded in a partnership between the family and clinician, and acknowledges the importance of the family in the patient's life, respecting each family's strengths and beliefs. (T/F) 1
1,038 926885 field_up_121 Mod1 Q1: 'Screening process' refers to the implementation of a screening tool to identify concerns. (T/F) 1
1,039 926885 field_up_122 Mod1 Q2: What are the benefits of implementing a comprehensive screening process? (a) Allows clinicians to more effectively build a relationship with families (b) Enables clinicians to see more things that affect a child's health and development (c) Allows clinicians to intervene early to prevent more serious issues (d) All of the above 1
1,040 926885 field_up_123 Mod1 Q3: Family-centered care is grounded in a partnership between the family and clinician, and acknowledges the importance of the family in the patient's life, respecting each family's strengths and beliefs. (T/F) 1
1,041 926885 field_up_211 Mod2 Q1: Developmental screening is not necessary if you consistently conduct surveillance. (T/F) 1
1,042 926885 field_up_212 Mod2 Q2: Screenings should only be administered if clinical judgment indicates a particular child or family may be at risk. (T/F) 1
1,043 926885 field_up_213 Mod2 Q3: It is the primary care clinician's responsibility to directly handle all matters related to the screening process. (T/F) 1
1,044 926885 field_up_214 Mod2 Q4: Only the primary care clinician should discuss screening results with patients. (T/F) 0
1,045 926885 field_up_215 Mod2 Q5: Screening results should always be discussed with families, whether positive or negative. (T/F) 1
1,046 926885 field_up_331 Mod3 Q1: Match the example statement or question with the appropriate conversation technique. List the letter in the corresponding text field. Affirmations (a) Can you tell me more about that? (b) What I hear you saying is that you're dealing with a lot of stress right now. (c) It can be difficult for parents when a child throws a tantrum in public. It is okay to feel frustrated. (d) I'm sure it must have been difficult for you to move to a new city with a new baby. (e) Following a bedtime routine like you're doing is an excellent way of creating a sense of stability and safety for your baby. 1
1,047 926885 field_up_332 Mod3 Q2: Match the example statement or question with the appropriate conversation technique. List the letter in the corresponding text field. Validation (a) Can you tell me more about that? (b) What I hear you saying is that you're dealing with a lot of stress right now. (c) It can be difficult for parents when a child throws a tantrum in public. It is okay to feel frustrated. (d) I'm sure it must have been difficult for you to move to a new city with a new baby. (e) Following a bedtime routine like you're doing is an excellent way of creating a sense of stability and safety for your baby. 1
1,048 926885 field_up_333 Mod3 Q3: Match the example statement or question with the appropriate conversation technique. List the letter in the corresponding text field. Reflections (a) Can you tell me more about that? (b) What I hear you saying is that you're dealing with a lot of stress right now. (c) It can be difficult for parents when a child throws a tantrum in public. It is okay to feel frustrated. (d) I'm sure it must have been difficult for you to move to a new city with a new baby. (e) Following a bedtime routine like you're doing is an excellent way of creating a sense of stability and safety for your baby. 1
1,049 926885 field_up_334 Mod3 Q4: Match the example statement or question with the appropriate conversation technique. List the letter in the corresponding text field. Empathy (a) Can you tell me more about that? (b) What I hear you saying is that you're dealing with a lot of stress right now. (c) It can be difficult for parents when a child throws a tantrum in public. It is okay to feel frustrated. (d) I'm sure it must have been difficult for you to move to a new city with a new baby. (e) Following a bedtime routine like you're doing is an excellent way of creating a sense of stability and safety for your baby. 1
1,050 926885 field_up_335 Mod3 Q5: Match the example statement or question with the appropriate conversation technique. List the letter in the corresponding text field. Open-Ended Questions (a) Can you tell me more about that? (b) What I hear you saying is that you're dealing with a lot of stress right now. (c) It can be difficult for parents when a child throws a tantrum in public. It is okay to feel frustrated. (d) I'm sure it must have been difficult for you to move to a new city with a new baby. (e) Following a bedtime routine like you're doing is an excellent way of creating a sense of stability and safety for your baby. 1
1,051 926885 field_up_4621 Mod4 Q1: It is important to identify referral resources for common concerns before implementing a new type of screening. (T/F) 1
1,052 926885 field_up_4621_score No question available 0
1,053 926885 field_up_4623 Mod4 Q3: How can practices help families follow through on a referral? (a) Knowing the eligibility criteria for referral resources (b) Using co-decision making with families to determine the referral that will best match their needs (c) Helping families complete application forms (d) Providing other activities or resources for families to utilize when the wait for the referral may be lengthy (e) All of the above 1
1,054 926885 field_up_511 Mod5 Q1: Follow-up includes both finding out if a family completed a referral and what the outcome of that appointment was. (T/F) 1
1,055 926885 field_up_512 Mod5 Q2: What are some of the benefits of conducting follow-up on referrals? (a) Can help refine the screening process (b) Can help identify hidden barriers to referrals (c) Can enhance the family-clinician relationship (d) Deepen the level of understanding 0
1,056 926885 field_up_621 Mod6 Q1: Maternal depression is defined as: (a) Depression that affects women one year after childbirth (b) The spectrum of depressive symptoms occurring in a mother during pregnancy and within the first year after childbirth (c) Depression that affects mothers during the prenatal period (d) None of the above 1
1,057 926885 field_up_622 Mod6 Q2: Pediatricians should not make a formal diagnosis of maternal depression but can suggest coping strategies and refer to mental health specialists or the mother's own physician. (T/F) 1
1,058 926885 field_up_623 Mod6 Q3: Which of the following are short- and long-term effects that maternal depression can have on a child? (a) Reduced attachment and bonding (b) Impaired social interaction (c) Cognitive delays (d) Language delays (e) Social-emotional delays (f) All of the above 1
1,059 926885 field_up_624 Mod6 Q4: Anxiety is a common symptom of maternal depression. (T/F) 1
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