Flashcards in Questions with Mrs. Nelson Deck (38):
Who is the founder of Nursing?
What is the agency that promotes safety in the workplace?
Occupation Safety and Health Association (OSHA)
Who developed the employee standard for materials that the employees may work with?
Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals Standard
What is the agency that controls the standards for transmission of disease?
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
What is a parasite in a cell of living cells that acts like a bacteria?
Type of fire extinguish that puts out paper fires is?
Type of fire extinguish that puts out liquid fires is?
Type of fire extinguish that puts out electrical fires is?
Type of fire extinguish that puts out combustible metal fires is?
Type of fire extinguish that puts out kitchen and grease fires is?
Type of fire extinguish that puts out all fires is?
What is the name for a round, pair of bacteria?
What is it called when a pathogen moves from one source to another?
What is it when someone is legally responsible for another person or duty?
What is a trait that describes a person you understands the philosophy of law?
What does "trans" mean?
What does "hemi" mean?
What does "oid" mean?
What does "eu" mean?
What does "entero" mean?
What does "physis" mean?
What does "kinesio" mean?
What does "tox(o)" mean?
What does "andr(o)" mean?
What does "galacto" mean?
What does "trico" mean?
What does "pc" mean?
Programs that assist needy children and families with state-federal welfare programs such as Head Start.
Administration for Children and Families (AFC)
Provides services for elderly including "Meals on Wheels."
Administration on Aging (AOA)
Provides information through research to help people make better decisions about health care in the areas of safety, medical error, and effective service.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
Who discovered the March of Dimes, for Polio?
Conducts health studies, assessments, and education training to prevent exposure to hazardous substances in waste sites.
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)
Provides Medicare and Medicaid services for aged and indigent populations, which include about one on every four Americans.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
Health Resources and Services Administration(HRSA)
Provides services for underserved populations such as he migrant, homeless, public housing residents. This division is also responsible for the organ transplantation system, infant mortality and services to people with AIDs
Supports the hospitals and health centers that provide care to 557 federally recognized tribes of American Indians and Alaska Natives
Indian Health Services (IHS)
Supports more than 35,000 research projects in diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and AIDS
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Provides service-for-fee support services such as training and grant administration throughout the federal government.
Program Support Center (PSC)