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1)
The program models discussed in this course demonstrate that ____________ to effectively treat HIV in persons with addiction and mental health disorders .
 
strong biomedical interventions are oftentimes sufficient
psychosocial interventions can be helpful but are not essential
both psychosocial and biomedical interventions are essential.
 
2)
Which is true?
 
People with mental illness and/or SUD are particularly vulnerable to HIV.
Injection drug use increases the risk of contracting and transmitting HIV.
The risk of contracting HIV is 4 to 10 times greater for people with mental illness.
all of the above
only the first and second above are true.
 
3)
PWID is an acronym for ___________
 
People with identity disorders
People who inject drugs
 
4)
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is medication that can be taken to prevent HIV transmission. PrEP has been shown to reduce the risk of contracting HIV from sex by _____percent, and contracting HIV from injection drug use by 74 percent.
 
70
45
99
 
5)
PEP (Post Exposure Prophylaxis), when taken within three days of possible exposure to the virus, has been shown to lower chances of HIV transmission by more than ____ percent.
 
80
90
50
 
6)
'Faster Paths to Treatment' is a low-barrier SUD bridge clinic that ___________.
 
serves a population with Opioid Use Disorder and high rates of prior drug overdose, polysubstance use, and homelessness.
uses a client-centered, harm-reduction, 'on demand services' model to provide rapid access to medications.
provides same-day services for HIV prevention including Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP).
All the above.
First and second options only
 
7)
To reduce stigma related to PrEP, it is important to emphasize to the client that PrEP is recommended for preventing HIV for a wide range of populations -- e.g., People Who Inject Drugs (PWID), men who have sex with men (MSM), and heterosexual people.
 
True False
 
8)
To enhance client acceptance, we should emphasize that PrEP can benefit both the client and their networks. In this context, 'networks' refers to
 
people they meet on Facebook and other social media who may be in need of HIV prevention.
sexual and injection drug use equipment–sharing partners
 
9)
Because Faster Paths clients often report recent potential HIV exposures, ___________ has been the safest, most efficient, and effective way to start HIV intervention for this population.
 
“PEP-to-PrEP” (starting on PEP and transitioning to PrEP)
“PrEP-to-PEP” (starting on PrEP and transitioning to PEP)
 
10)
The Louisville Metro Syringe Exchange Program (LMSEP) has maintained a stable transmission rate, preventing a substantial rise in new HIV diagnoses, while neighboring states have experienced increases in new HIV diagnoses. The LMSEP _______________.
 
controls cost by offering one set of sterile syringe supplies for every one set of used supplies.
uses a less restrictive dispensation policy which provides the number of sterile syringe supplies a client reports needing.
 
11)
The Louisville Metro Syringe Exchange Program has one basic requirement for program participation: The individual must participate in a SUD treatment program.
 
True False
 
12)
The Louisville Metro Syringe Exchange Program engages support of community partners 'up front.' The program assesses readiness and builds support from
 
the local media, political and social leaders, business owners, and healthcare and social service providers
law enforcement, fire and rescue departments, and neighborhood associations
district and county attorneys
All of the above.
All entities except the third option
 
13)
The Alexis Project provides services to transgender women of color who are at risk for or have HIV. What is NOT true about this program model?
 
Peer Health Navigators (PHN) help participants to identify barriers to care and to navigate their way through barriers to healthcare and social services.
Participants complete a needs and barriers assessment at each session.
The program uses Contingency Management (CM) -- i.e., increasingly valuable reinforcement, redeemable for goods and services, as motivators for HIV care-seeking behavior and maintaining HIV milestones.
The number of sessions available to program participants is dependent upon their success in navigating barriers.
Peer Health Navigators train HIV clinics in providing culturally competent health care to transgender women of color.
 
14)
The failure to treat PTSD in opioid-dependent individuals receiving opioid dependence therapies (methadone or buprenorphine treatment and drug-free residential treatment) has been associated with ongoing mental, physical, and occupational disability, despite improvements in substance abuse.
 
True False
 
15)
It is critical that programs primarily serving people with mental illness include an assessment of HIV status and ancillary needs during intake and screening. Which of these actions is NOT recommended as part of the assessment?
 
Provider can supply a self-administered oral fluids test for HIV which can provide results within 20 minutes.
Administer Brief Screening tools to identify generalized anxiety and depression which increase behaviors associated with contracting and transmitting HIV.
Provide PrEP education and support for PrEP uptake and adherence.
Assess the client's current level of commitment to a potentially life-long treatment and prevention process.
Identify and address a client’s unmet ancillary needs (e.g., housing, employment, transportation), which can serve as barriers to PrEP and ART adherence.
 

 

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