Trauma And Post Traumatic Stress Test

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Medical Whistleblower training on Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress, a quick multiple choice survey to assess basic knowledge of PTSD.

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Trauma And Post Traumatic Stress Test

  1. 1. Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Survey Test of Learning Objectives Answers available from MedicalWhistleblower@gmail.com True or False: 1. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is an emotional and physiological response to True  a trauma severe enough to be overwhelming and that alters the life those or who experience it. False  2. Any human being has the potential to develop PTSD because the cause True  external and not resulting from the individual’s personality. or False  3. Secondary trauma can occur due to lack of support from friends, family, and True  co-workers resulting in a victim’s lack of trust, isolation from society, and a or fear of feeling. False  4. Symptoms of PTSD include intrusive recollections, nightmares, emotional True  (somatic) memories, acting out/reliving trauma, reenactment play, or perceptual illusions, dissociation, and problems with memory retrieval. False  5. Crime survivors suffering from PTSD can feel shameful, guilty, abandoned, True  vulnerable, hopeless and helpless and loose interest in things they used to or enjoy. False  6. PTSD suffers should be forced to admit guilt for their “disease” and made to True  accept blame for their circumstances. or False  7. Individuals suffering from PTSD can respond to triggers that will cause the True  traumatic experience to be re-experienced, even though it may have or happened years earlier. False  8. PTSD suffers often experience dissociation which is a disconnection between True  the traumatic events and the meaning associated with those events and or Interferes with ability to verbalize the events and their meaning. False  9. PTSD is easily overcome and healing is rapid. True  or False  10. Healing requires a strong support network trusted people to support the True  trauma victim and to combat the dehumanizing effect of trauma. or False  1

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