A nursing staff has successfully screened for diabetes in the community. Which of the following might best persuade the health b
oard to increase funding for diabetic clinics in this community? a. An epidemic of diabetes is now recognized and must be addressed.
b. The incidence of diabetes is now higher than previously recognized in the community.
c. The prevalence of diabetes is now higher than previously recognized in the community.
d. The risk for diabetes in the community could decrease if funding is received
The correct answer is c. The prevalence of diabetes is now higher than previously recognized in the community.
If diabetes is successfully screened in a community that means a more portion of people or more percentage of people are found to be diabetic than it was estimated before so it shows that the prevalence of diabetes is increased now.
Incident only determine the number of new individual that got the disease in a given time period so it can go up and down but prevalence measure all the diseased person in a given time period and it show stable number and do not go up and down.
So as the prevalence is higher than expected the health board should increase funding for diabetic clinic in this community.
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Answer: B) repeatedly test yourself on information that will be on the exam.
The mental test can be defined as the test which involves the testing the cognitive and learning ability of the person. Certain kind of memory test are done using software or computer memory. Some memory test should be done for self-awareness during exams.
One can test repeatedly the information learn during the exam days by repeatedly recalling the learn content or knowledge so as to check whether the information is retained in the brain or forgotten. This is the best way to learn for the exam.