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1. What does HIV stand for?
2. What is HIV? (check all that apply)
3. An opportunistic infection is an illness that takes advantage of a person’s already weakened immune system.
4. If someone is living with HIV, which of the following could indicate a Stage 3 (formerly known as AIDS) diagnosis? (check all that apply)
5. HIV exposure will always result in HIV infection.
6. When does HIV infection occur?
7. Which five of the following body fluids can transmit HIV? (check all that apply)
8. Select the four primary modes of transmission for HIV (check all that apply):
9. On the continuum of risk, which sexual activity is considered the highest risk for contracting HIV?
10. What does having an “undetectable” viral load mean?
11. What is serosorting?
12. Which of the following could reduce HIV transmission for a client who says that they do not want to use condoms? (please select all that can apply)
13. Syphilis is a systemic disease caused by a corkscrew-shaped bacteria called Treponema Pallidum.
14. The focus of STI/HIV/HCV counseling and testing is to meet people where they are at and and assist clients come up with ways to reduce their exposure to HIV/STIs.
15. HIV counseling involves (check all that apply):
16. What is not true about the Stages of Change model?
17. Which of the following are stages of change (check all that apply):
18. Which intervention usually is not helpful until the contemplative stage?
19. The window periods are defined as:
20. Harm reduction involves…
21. Select the three possible results from the rapid HIV antibody test (check all that apply):
22. What does a non-reactive test result mean?
23. A reactive test result means:
24. Chlamydia is one of the most common STI’s in the U.S. and single most important risk factor in youth.
25. Identifying and treating other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) reduces the chance of transmission of HIV.
26. Which of the following is not part of the written consent process?
27. When giving a referral, regardless of HIV status, clients should be referred to STI testing.
28. What is NOT true about HIV rapid tests?
29. About three out of four individuals exposed to hepatitis C virus (HCV) develop chronic infection.
30. A reactive HCV antibody test means that someone is living with chronic HCV.
31. HCV can be treated and, in some cases, cured.
32. HCV is vaccine-preventable.