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From last years board review book
Community Health Practice - Survey and needs assessment is equal to what in private practice?
Health History and examination
Community Health Practice: data analysis is equal to what in private practice?
Community Health Practice - Program planning is equal to what in private practice?
Community Health Practice - program operation is equal to what in private practice?
Community Health Practice - funding is equal to what in private practice?
Community Health Practice - appraisal or evaluation is equal to what in private practice?
Which government level develops means to summarize treatment needs of international populations utilizing minimal equipment? What is an example of this?
Community Periodontal Index of Tx Needs (CPITN)
The World Health Organization is a prime example of which governmental level of community dental health?
Which government level is primarily concerned within the jurisdiction of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)?
Who Published Healthy People 2010?
Department of Health and Human services (DHHS)
The center for Disease Control and Prevention is under what government level? And where is it located?
Which government level of community dental health initiates dental health legislative measures such as fluoridation?
an unexpectedly large number of cases of disease in a particular population at a particular place and time
a disease that occurs regularly in a population as a matter of course
an outbreak of disease over a wide geographical area; often world wide
What type of study determines who is getthing the disease, and where and when the disease is occurring?
Which type of study tests hypotheses to establish a cause?
What are the 3 types of analytical studies?
In biostatistics, what are the 3 types of frequency of distribution?
In biostatistics, what are the 3 measures of central tendency?
What is the most commonly used method of dispersion in oral hygiene research and reflects the range within the data matrix?
degree that a study or procedure can be conclusive yet sufficiently realistic; it measures what it claims to be measuring
the extent to which the method of measurement consistently performs
The ability of a test to correctly identify the presence of a disease
the ability of a test to identify the absence of a disease
What determines the strength of relationship between two variables?