1. 1. An inclusive process of appreciating how different individuals with different backgrounds bring unique contributions to an organization is:
    • a. ethics.
    • b. diversity.
    • c. critical thinking.
    • d. egalitarianism.
    • ANS: B
  2. 2. Interactions involving a tendency to judge others according to their match or lack of fit with a standard that is considered ideal or presumed to be “normal” are:
    • a. interaction patterns.
    • b. models.
    • c. theories.
    • d. none of the above.
    • ANS: A
  3. 3. Including issues of diversity in the curriculum is important for:
    • a. students.
    • b. patients.
    • c. instructors.
    • d. all of the above.
    • ANS: D
  4. 4. The more students know about diversity, the easier it will be for them to:
    • a. solve problems.
    • b. think critically.
    • c. relate to patients.
    • d. all of the above.
    • ANS: D
  5. 5. Moving beyond the Western tradition and opening minds to new streams of thought is:
    • a. ethics.
    • b. code of conduct.
    • c. multiculturalism.
    • d. paternalism.
    • ANS: C
  6. 6. Imaging students would do well to remember that patients are:
    • a. difficult.
    • b. biased.
    • c. unique.
    • d. distracted.
    • ANS: C
  7. 7. Universal values include orientation toward:
    • a. nature.
    • b. time.
    • c. activity.
    • d. all the above.
    • ANS: D
  8. 8. Issues in diversity may be divided into:
    • a. primary and secondary dimensions.
    • b. sequences.
    • c. positives and negatives.
    • d. timelines.
    • ANS: A
  9. 9. Ethical challenges are affected by:
    • a. age.
    • b. mental ability.
    • c. informed consent process.
    • d. all the above.
    • ANS: D
  10. 10. A foundation for empathy and truly ethical problem solving includes:
    • a. realizing that all patients are the same.
    • b. understanding patients’ values and worldviews.
    • c. recognizing that caring is inherent.
    • d. the imaging professional’s rights.
    • ANS: B
  11. 11. Disparate treatment employment discrimination occurs:
    • a. when patients are refused treatment because they have no insurance.
    • b. when an employee is treated differently from other similarly situated employees.
    • c. when employees become patients who are desperate for treatment.
    • d. none of the above.
    • ANS: B
  12. 12. Disparate impact employment discrimination occurs when:
    • a. an employment policy has a negative impact on a protected group.
    • b. employees are fired for cause.
    • c. lack of insurance affects patient treatment.
    • d. all of the above.
    • ANS: A
  13. 13. Quid pro quo sexual harassment occurs when:
    • a. the harassment is done in a language other than English.
    • b. the harassment is against a homosexual.
    • c. continued or advancement of employment depends on the provision of sexual favors.
    • d. none of the above.
    • ANS: C
  14. 14. Hostile work environment sexual harassment:
    • a. must involve a supervisor.
    • b. occurs when sexually related conduct unreasonably interferes with the employee’s work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment.
    • c. can be found only if violence is involved.
    • d. all of the above.
    • ANS: B
  15. 15. Imaging professionals must provide care to HIV-positive patients and those with AIDS unless:
    • a. they have strong religious beliefs about homosexuality.
    • b. they are pregnant.
    • c. providing services presents a direct threat to the health and safety of others that cannot be eliminated by modifications.
    • d. none of the above.
    • ANS: C
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