Multiple Choice Questions (mcq's) for abc of Health Informatics by Sullivan & Wyatt 2006


Chapter 2 - Is a consultation needed?



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Chapter 2 - Is a consultation needed?


1. Which of the following is an example of push technology? (one correct answer)

  1. Patients bringing in web page printouts to the consultation

  2. Searching on Google

  3. BMJ journal (electronic version)

  4. E-mail health alert

2. Which of the following are characteristics (i.e. possible critieria) of an advanced search? (3 correct answers)

  1. Search Phrase

  2. Searching on Google

  3. Search Language

  4. Time specification

  5. Cost of resource

  6. Alphabetizing results

3. Which of the following are all patient oriented health portals? (one correct answer)

  1. NHS direct, Dipex, Omni, Health on the Net foundation (Hon)

  2. NHS direct, Dipex, Omni, Health on the Net foundation (Hon), Google

  3. NHS direct, Omni, Health on the Net foundation (Hon), BMJ online

  4. RCN, Omni, Health on the Net foundation (Hon), BMJ online

  5. RCN, Omni, Google, BMJ online, online dermatology atlas (dermatlas.org)

  6. RCN, Omni, Health on the Net foundation (Hon), BMJ online

4. The term 'medical access' is used in the chapter to refer to a particular format offered by some medical journals. What is it? (one correct answer)

  1. Patient oriented web links

  2. Patient oriented summary of articles

  3. Online medical illustrations for patients

  4. Online video clips of medical procedures

5. What is asynchronous communication? (one correct answer)

  1. Sender only does not need to synchronise messages

  2. Sender and receiver do not need to synchronise messages (i.e. not real time)

  3. Receiver only does need to synchronise messages

  4. Both sender and receiver need to synchronise messages (i.e. real time)

  5. Sender and receiver use the internet to communicate

6. In 2004 Sand produced an interesting article concerning? (one correct answer)

  1. Advice on how to prevent physicians from using e-mail with patients

  2. Help for physicians that plan on using e-mail with patients

  3. Help for physicians that plan on using e-mail within a professional setting

  4. Advice for physicians that plan on using chat rooms with other colleagues

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