REPRODUCTIVE AND CHILD HEALTH QUESTIONS CMT NTA LEVEL 5



Below Are Collection Of QUESTIONS Of REPRODUCTIVE AND CHILD HEALTH that questions is collected from different place there is from CATs, From National Examination, End Of Semister, And Previously Past Paper.!!

As You a medical student of CMT LEVEL 5.2, it a time to prepare yourself for End Of Semister Examination,, By trying to solve and find the exactly answer

So below are those Questions, check and solve it👇👇

QUESTIONS👇,

• What is the meaning of RH, RCH?

• Explain the importance of RCH services.

• What are the components of RCH services?

• What are the activities conducted at dispensary/health centre level?

• What are key issues to consider in conducting outreach services?

What is planning?

• What is the purpose of client education?

• What are the RCH topics for education?

• What are the steps for conducting health education?

• What are the major causes and risk factors of maternal mortality?

• List major causes of perinatal mortality.

• What are at least 3 roles of the health care provider in reducing maternal and perinatal

mortality at the workplace and in the community?

• What is the rationale for SM initiatives?

• List the components and the four pillars of SM initiatives

• What is the meaning of FANC?

• What are the principles of provision of FANC?

• What are the key issues to consider when taking a history of a pregnant woman?

• List important laboratory investigation recommended to a pregnant woman.

What is family planning?

• Explain the steps in counselling clients for informed choice.

• What are the benefits of family planning?

• What are short-term methods of family planning?

• Describe when to start and how to use COCs.

• State the benefits of using condoms.

• Describe POP and emergency contraceptive pills.

• What are short-term methods of family planning?

• Explain the mechanism of action of Depo Provera.

• Explain the benefit of using both male and female condoms.

• Explain how to put on and remove a male condom.

• Explain how to insert and remove a female condom.

• What are implants?

• Explain the mechanism of action of implants.

• What are the main advantages of implants?

• Describe the procedure for inserting an implant.

• What is an IUCD?

• Explain the mechanism of action of IUCD.

• What are the advantages of IUCD?

• Outline the steps of the procedure to insert an IUCD.

What is voluntary surgical contraception?

• Explain the mechanism of action for both men and women.

• Discuss the advantages of voluntary surgical contraception for both men and women.

Discuss the epidemiology of HIV among women.

• Discuss the rationale for offering family planning to clients with HIV.

• Identify the reasons clients with HIV may want pregnancy or may want to avoid

pregnancy.

• Describe the role of FP in HIV prevention.

• What are the contraceptive options for women and couples with HIV?

Explain the health concerns of adolescents

• Describe issues that make adolescents ‘special’ in sexual and reproductive health

• What are the important reasons for investing in adolescent health and development?

• Explain the guiding principles and framework for promoting adolescent health and

development.

What is communication and counselling?

• Explain the global and national trends in the onset of puberty.

• What are the factors affecting initiation of sexual relations in adolescents?

• Explain the risks and protective factors that influence adolescent sexual behaviour.

• What are the consequences of too early, unprotected sexual activity among adolescents?

What is counselling?

• What are the reasons for counselling adolescents?

• What are the differences between counselling and information/education?

• What are factors that promote effective counselling?

• What are the steps and counselling process to adolescent in ASR issues?

• Explain the challenges in counselling adolescents.

• What are the psychodynamic of counselling adolescents?

What are adolescent friendly health services?

• What are some essential health services that all adolescents need?

• What are the barriers to adolescents obtaining sexual and reproductive health information

and services?

• Explain the characteristics of adolescent friendly reproductive health services.

What are life skills?

• Discuss the importance of life skills in adolescent health living and development.

• Discuss the life skills necessary for adolescent health living and development.

• What are some possible consequences of not having life skills?

What is abortion?

• Identify the two types of abortions.

• What are the contributing factors to abortion?

• What are the signs and symptoms of abortion?

• What are the consequences of induced abortion?

• What is the importance of post abortion care?

What is family planning?

• Explain the concept of family Planning in Tanzania.

• Discuss the rationale of providing family planning services to adolescents.

• Identify important considerations when choosing a family planning method.

• What are the factors that contribute to adolescent pregnancy?

• Describe the complications of an adolescent pregnancy.

• Explain some strategies to avoid an adolescent pregnancy.

What are HIV and AIDS?

• What are the factors that contribute to the transmission of HIV in young people?

• Describe the components of managing HIV and AIDS in young people.

• Explain the preventive measures against HIV infection in young people.

• Describe the role of health service providers in preventing HIV transmission

in young people.

• What is immunity?

• What are the goals and objectives of immunization services in Tanzania?

• What are the components of immunization services?

• What are the guiding principles of immunization services in Tanzania?

What is a cold chain system?

• What are the cold chain pieces of equipment?

• How do you load vaccines in a refrigerator/freezer?

• How do you monitor the refrigerator temperature?

• How do you interpret vaccine vial monitor (VVM)?

What are the three types of vaccines?

• Which are the sites of vaccine administration?

• What is the immunization schedule for Tanzania?

• What are the important things you need to do before administering a vaccine?

• How do you administer BCG, polio, DTP-HepB-Hib, Measles and TT?

• What are the key issues that you must observe after vaccination?

• Which basic data do you need to do vaccine forecasting?

• What factors can lead to spoiling a vaccine during storage, transportation and during

   vaccination?

• What is the multi-dose vial policy?

• What is ‘vaccine wastage factor’?

• Define the term FEFO.

• What is AEFI?

• What are the causes of AEFI?

• What are the ways of minimizing the incidence of AEFI?

• What data is needed to be collected when there is an incidence of AEFI?

• How do you manage an anaphylactic shock?

What is safe injection practice?

• Which areas of a syringe and a needle should not be touched when injecting?

• What is the correct way of using a safety box?

• How do you dispose injection wastes?

• What are communication, advocacy and social mobilization?

• What are the key communication messages in immunization?

• What are the responsibilities of the different levels of administration in communication

involving immunization?

• How do you expel rumours on immunization?

• What is supervision in immunization services?

• What are the qualities of a supervisor?

• What are the roles of a supervisor?

• What are the different methods used in supervision?

• What are the components of report writing?

What is monitoring in immunization services?

• What is evaluation in immunization services?

• What is the importance of monitoring and evaluation in immunization services?

• What are the indicators of immunization service delivery?

• What is ‘dropout rate’ and why is it important indicator?

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