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HM1 Jeopardy 4

  1. 1. HM Jeopardy created by HM2(SW/AW)Howell
  2. 2. PETTY OFFICER LEADERSHIP BUPERSINST 1610.10 NAVY EVALS AND COUNSELING HM SICKCALL HANDBOOK DERMATOLOGY MMD CHAPTER 1 JP 4-02 DOCTRINE FOR HEALTH SUPPORT JOINTS OPS 100 400 300 200 500 1000 100 200200200 100100100100 400400400 300 300 300 300 300 200200 500500500500500 400400 10001000100010001000 BUMEDINST 6440.5 MAP
  3. 3. Back to the Game Board 100 Column 1 Answer What is the first step youWhat is the first step you should take when assigned ashould take when assigned a writing task?writing task?
  4. 4. Back to the Game Board 100 Column 1 Determine the deadline or target date of the correspondence Answer:
  5. 5. Back to the Game Board 200 Column 1 Answer What is a brief form of a naval letter on which an official recommends action or makes comments, forwards a letter, redirects a misaddressed letter, or endorses a letter back to the originator for further information?
  6. 6. Back to the Game Board 200 Column 1 Answer: Endorsement
  7. 7. 300 Column 1 Back to the Game Board Answer Equal opportunity can be observed from two perspectives, what are those perspectives?
  8. 8. Back to the Game Board300 Column 1 Answer: 1)Personnel 2) Administration
  9. 9. 400 Column 1 Back to the Game Board MI-28 Answer The most critical element of the effectiveness and success of the Command Managed Equal Opportunity (CMEO) depends on what?
  10. 10. Back to the Game Board400 Column 1 Answer: The ability of a command to accurately assess its own equal opportunity status
  11. 11. 500 Column 1 Back to the Game Board Answer Under what article of the UCMJ may commanding officer award punishment for minor offenses without the intervention of a court- martial?
  12. 12. Article 15 Back to the Game Board 500 Column 1 Answer:
  13. 13. Back to the Game Board1000 Column 1 Answer The Navy provides alcohol abuse prevention and rehabilitation programs on three levels. What level is of therapeutic nonresidential counseling and referral that is designed for those personnel whose degree of abuse or denial requires attention. This length of this level is determined by the members CO and will not exceed 4 weeks?
  14. 14. Back to the Game Board1000 Column 1 Answer: Level II – Counseling and Assistance Center programs (CAAC)
  15. 15. Back to the Game Board100 Column 2 Answer On an evaluation for members E6 and below, what ensures that the Navy’s senior enlisted and junior officer supervisors are properly included in the evaluation process?
  16. 16. Back to the Game Board100 Column 2 Answer: The signature of a rater and senior rater, as well as the reporting senior
  17. 17. 200 Column 2 Answer What type of report provides aWhat type of report provides a record of significant performance inrecord of significant performance in an additional duty or temporaryan additional duty or temporary additional duty status?additional duty status? Back to the Game Board
  18. 18. Back to the Game Board200 Column 2 Answer: Concurrent ReportConcurrent Report
  19. 19. Back to the Game Board300 Column 2 Answer The reporting senior can, for goodThe reporting senior can, for good cause, submit an administrativecause, submit an administrative change or evaluative supplementchange or evaluative supplement within how many years from thewithin how many years from the ending date of the original report?ending date of the original report?
  20. 20. Back to the Game Board300 Column 2 Answer: 2 Years2 Years
  21. 21. Back to the Game Board400 Column 2 Correct Answer The reporting senior must retainThe reporting senior must retain copies of FITREPs on all officers andcopies of FITREPs on all officers and CPOs for how long? How long mustCPOs for how long? How long must the command retain copies ofthe command retain copies of enlisted FITREPs or EVALs?enlisted FITREPs or EVALs?
  22. 22. Back to the Game Board400 Column 2 Answer: FITREPS for officers and CPOs – 5 yearsFITREPS for officers and CPOs – 5 years FITREPs and EVALs for enlisted – 2 yearsFITREPs and EVALs for enlisted – 2 years
  23. 23. Back to the Game Board500 Column 2 Answer In some cases, it may sometimes beIn some cases, it may sometimes be appropriate to evaluate a limited numberappropriate to evaluate a limited number of traits without making a promotionof traits without making a promotion recommendation. No more than howrecommendation. No more than how many traits can be evaluated?many traits can be evaluated?
  24. 24. Back to the Game Board500 Column 2 Answer: 33
  25. 25. Back to the Game Board1000 Column 2 Answer Block 29 of the E6 and below evaluation is used for what entries?
  26. 26. PRIMARY/COLLARTERAL/ WATCHSTANDING DUTIES Back to the Game Board1000 Column 2 Answer:
  27. 27. Back to the Game Board100 Column 3 Answer Deployable personnel mustDeployable personnel must complete administrative readinesscomplete administrative readiness requirements within how many daysrequirements within how many days of check-in?of check-in?
  28. 28. Back to the Game Board100 Column 3 Answer: 60 Days60 Days
  29. 29. Back to the Game Board200 Column 3 Answer What three OCONUS facilities have a personnel augmentation and bed expansion requirement?
  30. 30. Back to the Game Board200 Column 3 USNAVHOPs Yokuska, Okinawa and Guam
  31. 31. Back to the Game Board300 Column 3 Answer Once and individual in MAP (Medical Augmentation Program) has been assigned to a platform, when can they be removed from that assignment?
  32. 32. Back to the Game Board300 Column 3 When they detach from the command, are no longer qualified for the assignment, or are otherwise determined to be ineligible for deployment
  33. 33. Back to the Game Board400 Column 3 Answer The Navy has a total of how many 500The Navy has a total of how many 500 bed Fleet Hospitals that are combat zonebed Fleet Hospitals that are combat zone facilities?facilities?
  34. 34. Back to the Game Board400 Column 3 10
  35. 35. Back to the Game Board500 Column 3 Answer Deployed Fleet Hospitals are composedDeployed Fleet Hospitals are composed of two components, what are they?of two components, what are they?
  36. 36. Back to the Game Board500 Column 3 Answer: A manpower set and an equipment set
  37. 37. Back to the Game Board100 Column 4 Answer: Dermis
  38. 38. 1000 Column 3 Back to the Game Board Answer What term is used to describe staff at sourcing command identified as non-deployable because the peacetime billet they hold is deemed essential for continuity of operations in the event of augmentation requirements being deployed?
  39. 39. Back to the Game Board1000 Column 3 Answer: Other Military
  40. 40. Back to the Game Board100 Column 4 Answer What layer of the skin contains blood vessels, provides support and nutrition for the epidermis, and is home to the nerves, sweat glands, hair follicles, and sebaceous glands?
  41. 41. Back to the Game Board200 Column 4 Answer What primary lesion is characterized as a plug of sebum and bacteria in the hair follicle causing acne?
  42. 42. Back to the Game Board200 Column 4 Answer: Comedo
  43. 43. Back to the Game Board300 Column 4 Answer What secondary lesion is characterized by an accumulation of dried fluid (serum or pus) on the skin surface?
  44. 44. Back to the Game Board300 Column 4 Answer: Crusts
  45. 45. 400 Column 4 Back to the Game Board Answer What are the six signs you must identify when examining the skin?
  46. 46. Back to the Game Board400 Column 4 Answer: a)Type of lesion b) Distribution c) Arrangement d) Shape of lesion e) Color f) Palpation of lesion
  47. 47. 500 Column 4 Back to the Game Board Answer What is a deep infection of the skin caused by strep and staph?
  48. 48. Back to the Game Board500 Column 4 Answer: Cellulitis
  49. 49. 1000 Column 4 Back to the Game Board Answer How would you diagnose Tinea Versicolor?
  50. 50. Back to the Game Board1000 Column 4 Answer: Diagnosis by KOH
  51. 51. Back to the Game Board100 Column 5 Answer Who advises, assists, centralizes, and coordinated guidance on enlisted (hospital corps and dental technicians) community matters; develops, monitors, and advises on the career progression plans for enlisted personnel; and studies and advices on matters of training, distribution, advancement opportunities, and direction of the enlisted community?
  52. 52. Back to the Game Board100 Column 5 Answer: The Director of the Hospital Corps
  53. 53. Back to the Game Board200 Column 5 Who functions as the principal enlisted advisor to the Chief, BUMED to keep him or her apprised of existing potential situations, procedures, and practices that affect the enlisted men and women of Navy Medicine? Answer
  54. 54. 200 Column 5 Answer: The Force Master Chief Back to the Game Board
  55. 55. Back to the Game Board300 Column 5 Answer If approved by the Commanding Officer, Medical Department officers on active duty can moonlight, but are not to exceed how many hours a week unless authorized by the CO?
  56. 56. Back to the Game Board300 Column 5 Answer: 16
  57. 57. Back to the Game Board400 Column 5 Answer In conformity with U.S. Navy Regulations, volunteer aid for Medical Department establishments must be accepted only through an agency of whom?
  58. 58. Back to the Game Board400 Column 5 Answer: The American Red Cross
  59. 59. Back to the Game Board500 Column 5 Answer What term will be used to describe all battle casualties, other than the individuals “killed in action”, who have incurred a traumatism or injury due to external agent or cause?
  60. 60. Back to the Game Board500 Column 5 Answer: Wounded in Action
  61. 61. Back to the Game Board1000 Column 5 Answer What type of bed status is given toWhat type of bed status is given to a patient who is being moveda patient who is being moved between medical treatmentbetween medical treatment facilities and who must stop overfacilities and who must stop over for a short period of time while enfor a short period of time while en route to their final destination?route to their final destination?
  62. 62. Back to the Game Board1000 Column 5 Answer: Transient Patient’s Bed
  63. 63. Back to the Game Board100 Column 6 Answer Who is responsible for the coordinationWho is responsible for the coordination and integration of the health serviceand integration of the health service support (HSS) mission among thesupport (HSS) mission among the participating service components?participating service components?
  64. 64. Back to the Game Board100 Column 6 Answer: The Joint Force Surgeon (JFS)
  65. 65. Back to the Game Board200 Column 6 Answer What does the first pillar of Force HealthWhat does the first pillar of Force Health Protection (FHP) promote?Protection (FHP) promote?
  66. 66. Back to the Game Board200 Column 6 Answer: A healthy and fit force and provides the command with an optimally fit Service member capable of withstanding the physical and mental rigors associated with combat and other military operations?
  67. 67. Back to the Game Board300 Column 6 Answer What are the five phases of casualty careWhat are the five phases of casualty care management?management?
  68. 68. Back to the Game Board300 Column 6 Answer: Phase I – First Responder Phase II – Forward Resuscitative Surgery Phase III – Theater Hospitalization Phase IV – En Route Care Phase V – Care Outside the Theater
  69. 69. Back to the Game Board400 Column 6 Answer Who provides the first medical care thatWho provides the first medical care that a sick, injured or wounded individuala sick, injured or wounded individual receives from a medically trainedreceives from a medically trained individual?individual?
  70. 70. Back to the Game Board400 Column 6 Answer: Combat Medic and/or Hospital Corpsman
  71. 71. Back to the Game Board500 Column 6 Answer What are the three pillars of ForceWhat are the three pillars of Force Health Protection (FHP)?Health Protection (FHP)?
  72. 72. Back to the Game Board500 Column 6 Answer: 1)Health Fit Force 2) Casualty Prevention 3) Casualty Care Management
  73. 73. Back to the Game Board1000 Column 6 Answer The success of casualty careThe success of casualty care management with limited medicalmanagement with limited medical forces is directly dependent uponforces is directly dependent upon the commander’s aggressivethe commander’s aggressive enforcement of what?enforcement of what?
  74. 74. Back to the Game Board1000 Column 6 Answer: The first two pillars of FHP
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