Military Couples After 16 Years of War (Cheney)
1. Which is NOT true about Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT)?
a. The therapist helps each partner understand how their emotions are
connected to their personal attachment needs.
b. EFT is recognized as one of the most researched and effective approaches
to changing distressed marriages.
c. Positive changes from EFT can last years after therapy.
d. EFT is not very effective with soldiers because they are trained to
silence their emotions.
2. EFT has clear similarities with faith-based
terminology because Scripture emphasizes the importance of attachment. The
author referred to all of the following "attachment" phrases from the Bible
"bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh" (Genesis 2:23)
b. "they become one flesh" (Genesis 2:24)
c. "were both naked, and felt no shame" (Genesis 2:25)
d. "My beloved is mine, and I am his"
(Song of Solomon 2:16)
3. EFT would most
likely NOT be effective for couples in which one of the partners
having an affair.
b. is preparing for a legal separation.
c. is an active substance abuser.
d. All of the above.
Affecting Healthcare Chaplaincy (Handzo)
4. Which of these objectives is NOT
one of the "triple aims" of healthcare?
a. cutting costs
decreasing dependency on medications
c. improving medical outcomes
5. Which was NOT true about
hospitals hiring chaplains?
a. A GREATER percentage of for-profit hospitals have hired
chaplains since 2004.
b. A SMALLER percentage of faith-affiliated hospitals have hired chaplains
c. Hospitals have INCREASED their percentage of hiring Board Certified
Chaplains since 2004.
d. The number of chaplaincy jobs has INCREASED since 2004.
An e-Chart Review of Chaplains' Interventions (Stang)
6. The largest category of chaplain-reported interventions included
emotional enabling, faith affirmation, identifying support systems,
encouraging spiritual practices, identifying spiritual resources, providing
supportive presence, etc. This was the category of
a. psycho-spiritual coping.
c. end of life/grief support.
d. provide education.
7. The patient outcome most commonly reported
by chaplains was
a. increased peace or comfort.
b. expressed gratitude.
c. more positive sense of self.
d. improved spiritual coping.
Chaplaincy-Related Research (Fitchett)
8. In 2010, the Mayo Clinic surveyed patients' expectations of
chaplains. 78% of the patients wanted chaplains to _______.
a. remind them of God's care and presence.
b. offer support to family and friends.
c. pray with them or read Scripture or sacred texts.
d. counsel them regarding moral or ethical concerns.
9. At least 50% of patients would like
to discuss their Religious/Spiritual beliefs with their physicians or other
health professionals (Astrow, 2007). An examination of transcripts of 249
conversations about end-of-life treatment between physicians and family
surrogate decision-makers found that R/S beliefs were mentioned in ___ of
them (Ernecoff, 2015)
10. One of the largest studies of patient satisfaction with chaplain care
included responses from 1,440 patients in 14 different hospitals (VandeCreek,
2004). The item that received the highest score was
a. "The chaplain prayed for me."
b. "The chaplain helped me realize that
God cares for me."
c. "The chaplain read the Scriptures to
d. "The chaplain helped me make very