QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS | COUNSELLING | CMT NTA LEVEL 5

 

1. Strategies for forming alliance in couple counseling includes:

A. Competence, empathy and acknowledgement are keys words

B. Competence,  and knowledge of counselor is not necessary

C. Acknowledge their strength and sympathize with them

D. Show empathy at the same time sympathize with them

E. Acknowledgement their strength but be firm

 

2. Advantage of couple counseling on HIV testing:

A. No need of preparation to receive their results

B. Male partner will make the discussing to be active.

C. They will be free to disclose their status to each other

D. Couple will work together on preventing the infection  

E. There is no need of pre test counseling as they have volunteered

 

3. It is important to communicate with children because:

A. It gives the child discomfort by knowing the truth.

B. They like to put their emotions into words

C. Cultural and traditional factors supports children

D. Children are easy to talk to strangers

E. Communication provides guidance ,care and love 

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4. The following  are the similarities between voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) and provider initiated testing and counseling(PITC):

A. Testing is performed for the benefits counselor

B. Both observe confidentiality and consent

C. They observe 3C’s initiated by client  

D. They are initiated by health workers

E. Their clients are  symptomatic

 

5. When providing pre-test counseling session the counselor or health care  provider should follow the following components:

A. Confidentiality, sympathize  and client consent

B. Building rapport, sympathize and client consent

C. Building rapport, sympathize, confidentiality and privacy

D. Building rapport, empathize, confidentiality and privacy

E. Counseling, confidentiality, building rapport and sympathize.

 

6. In supporting people living with HIV, you have to educated them on:

A. Developing a habit of taking local herbs as they help

B. Building or sustaining body stores of micronutrient

C. Better eating habit and alcohol intake  to reduce stress

D. Prevention of weights loss by taking protein and fat food

E. Prevention of food - borne illness and minimize smoking

 

7. The following are the advantages of writing a will:

A. The property goes to the right people

B. It reduces inconvenience to the neighbors.

C. Members of the  family will benefit equally

D. This minimize death rate of one writing a will.

E. All relatives will be included therefore no fight among them.

 

8. Counseling has the following role in someone intending to write a “will”:

A. It explains the importance of writing a will after death.

B. Provide appropriate support to clients writing a will.

C. Provide information of properties

D. Discourage client to write a will

E. Provide judicial support.

 

9. Correct use of a male condom include one of the following:

A. Apply lubricant on the condom to reduce friction

B. Discard the condom in the flash toilet after use.

C. Woman should insert condom over the penis

D. Open the package carefully by using teeth

E. Check the expiring date of the condom

 

10. The approach for HIV testing which is done periodic with other medical assessment for the purposes of establishing fitness is known as

A. Mandatory HIV screening

B. HIV testing for surveillance

C. Provider-Initiated Testing and Counseling  

D. Home-based  testing and counseling

E. Client-Initiated Voluntary Counseling and Testing

 

 

SECTION B:  MULTIPLE TRUE/FALSE   10 MARKS

INSTRUCTIONS:

· This section consists of four (4) questions.

· Write the word TRUE against a correct statement and the word FALSE against a wrong statement. DO NOT WRITE LETTER “T” OR “F”

· ½ a mark will be awarded for a correctly marked response.

 

1. Provider initiative testing and counseling has the following importance:

A. FALSE Increase stigma

B. FALSE It is initiated by the client

C. TRUE Early treatment of opportunistic disease

D. TRUE Increase number of people who know their status

E. TRUE Allow people to be tested within the context of a regular health visit.

 

2. Regarding  couple counseling:

A. TRUE There are three essential alliances in couple counseling

B. FALSE Partners are discouraged to take results together

C. TRUE Partners are encouraged to take results together

D. FALSE It increases stigma among the couples.

E. TRUE Partner notification is important

 

3. Non-adherence to anti-retroviral therapy in children is caused by:

A. TRUE Care giver may be sick

B. FALSE Short time medication

C. TRUE Children dislike medicine

D. FALSE Children like to chew medicine

E. TRUE Dependence on care giver for medicine

 

4. The following are challenges that put youth at risk of acquiring HIV infection:

A. TRUE Lack of skills in  negotiating sexual decisions

B. TRUE Vulnerability to  sexual coercion and abuse

C. TRUE Boys feels pressure to prove their manhood

D. FALSE Generally high levels of condom use.

E. FALSE Late age at first sexual intercourse

 

 

SECTION C:  MATCHING ITEM QUESTIONS: 10 MARKS

INSTRUCTIONS

· This section consists of two (2) questions with five options each

· Each correct response will be awarded one (1) mark.

· Match the responses from column B with the most appropriate items in Column A by writing the letter of correct answer in the space provided USE CAPITAL LETTERS.

· Each item in Column B is matched only once.

 

1. Match examples of non-verbal gestures from column B with corresponding feature in column A

 

 

 

Feature

 

Examples

1

G

Body position

A

Grimaces

2

E

Eyes

B

Grinding jaws

3

H

Body posture

C

Sloppy

4

F

Body movement

D

Frowning,

5

B

Mouth

E

Twitching

 

 

 

F

Fidgeting  

 

 

 

G

Leaning toward

 

 

 

H

Legs crossed

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