Answer The Questions Below:
1. Patient-centered care means that you never have to listen to a doctor.
2. How is alternative medicine different from complementary medicine?
A. Alternative medicine is used with conventional medicine, not in place of it.
B. Complementary medicine is used in place of conventional medicine, not in conjunction with it.
C. Alternative medicine is not used by physicians but complementary medicine is.
D. Complementary medicine is used with conventional medicine, not in place of it.
3. Dorothy works in an oncology clinic and regularly forms relationships with patients who are very ill. Although she’s regularly very kind and pleasant, after a particularly hard week she gets snippy with her co-workers. What is Dorothy experiencing?
B. patient-centered care
C. compassion fatigue
D. manipulative care
4. Melanie is an obstetric nurse, and she’s worked four extra-long shifts this week helping deliver babies. In addition, she’s stressed because her car is in the shop and her dad was just diagnosed with heart disease. What effect is this stress MOST likely to have on Melanie?
A. It could boost her immune system.
B. It could make her more fun to be around.
C. It could cause her work hours to be even more productive.
D. It could make her more likely to become ill.
D. Complementary medicine is used with conventional medicine, not in place of it. Alternative medicine refers to practices that are used instead of conventional medical treatments, while complementary medicine refers to practices that are used in addition to conventional medical treatments. Complementary medicine is often used to support or enhance the effectiveness of conventional medical treatments, and may be recommended by healthcare providers as part of a comprehensive treatment plan. Examples of complementary medicine include acupuncture, massage therapy, and herbal remedies.