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Reducing Vaping Among Youth and Young Adults

1. A health care professional has questions regarding tank devices. Which of the following informational points of interest should be communicated to the health care professional?

A. Tank devices may refer to early generation, larger, disposable vaping devices that deliver nicotine.

B. Tank devices may refer to early generation, larger, disposable vaping devices that deliver nicotine and cannabis.

C. Tank devices may refer to larger size vaping devices that provide slower inhalation.

D. Tank devices may refer to larger size vaping devices that provide more rapid inhalation.


2. The term "pod/pod mods" refers to which of the following?

A. A type of e-cigarette with high levels of nicotine.

B. A type of e-cigarette with low levels of nicotine.

C. A type of e-cigarette with low levels of THC and CBD.

D. A type of e-cigarette with high levels of THC and CBD.


3. A health care professional has questions regarding vape pens. Which of the following informational points of interest should be communicated to the health care professional?

A. Vape pens cannot be used for vaping cannabis products.

B. Vape pens cannot be used for cannabis products containing THC.

C. Vape pens cannot be used for cannabis products containing CBD.

D. Vape pens can be used for vaping cannabis.


4. A 16-year-old female patient has questions regarding vaping devices. Which of the following educational points should be expressed to the patient?

A. Vaping devices use high temperatures to produce the aerosol, the substances that comprise the liquid solution may undergo a chemical reaction when exposed to heat, creating potentially toxic products.

B. Vaping devices use high temperatures to produce the aerosol, which does not create potentially toxic products.

C. Ingredients used in the liquid solutions are not considered safe for oral consumption by the FDA.

D. Ingredients used in the liquid solutions are not considered by the FDA to be safe for oral consumption by female individuals under the age of 18.


5. Which of the following best represents an effect of nicotine?

A. Lowers heart rate

B. Raises heart rate for a period of 30 seconds

C. Lowers blood pressure

D. Increases blood pressure


6. A 20-year-old male patient has questions regarding CBD. Which of the following educational points should be expressed to the patient?

A. CBD is an active ingredient of cannabis that has psychotropic effects (affecting a person’s mental state), including intoxication and euphoria.

B. CBD is an active ingredient of cannabis but does not have psychotropic effects.

C. CBD typically leads to intoxication and euphoria in males.

D. CBD does not typically affect males.


7. According to the course, long-term effects of THC use may include which of the following?

A. Cognitive impairment

B. Decreased risk of psychiatric disorders

C. Schizophrenia

E. THC mania


8. Which of the following best represents a symptom of EVALI?

A. Shortness of breath

B. Weight gain

C. Temporary loss of pain sensation

D. Constricted pupils


9. A health care professional has questions regarding perceptions of vaping. Which of the following informational points of interest should be communicated to the health care professional?

A. Male youth typically see vaping as more harmful than smoking cigarettes.

B. Female youth typically see vaping as more harmful than smoking cigarettes.

C. Since combustion does not occur during the vaping process, those who vape consider nicotine vaping products to be less harmful than traditional cigarettes.

D. Former smokers believe their breathing is more affected by nicotine vaping than smoking traditional cigarettes.


10. A health care professional has questions regarding ?CATCH My Breath.? Which of the following informational points of interest should be communicated to the health care professional?

A. CATCH My Breath? is a school-based program developed to prevent nicotine vaping and tobacco use among college students.

B. CATCH My Breath? is a school-based program developed to prevent nicotine vaping and tobacco use among students in 5th through 12th grade.

C. CATCH My Breath r? elies on video games and board games.

D. CATCH My Breath r? elies on video games and text messaging.


11. A health care professional has questions regarding ?The Real Cost? campaign. Which of the following informational points of interest should be communicated to the health care professional?

A. The Real Cost? campaign focuses on reducing tobacco use among youth.

B. The Real Cost? campaign focuses on reducing tobacco use among adults.

C. The Real Cost? campaign does not include advertising.

D. The Real Cost? campaign does not include advertising to youth under the age of 16.


12. Which of the following best represents an outcome associated with ?The Real Cost Campaign??

A. Accelerated smoking initiation

B. Accelerated smoking initiation among females over the age of 18

C. Increased perceptions of smoking harm

D. Decreased perceptions of smoking harm


13. Which of the following best describes licensing as it relates to vaping?

A. Licenses serve to regulate and afford certain rights to businesses.

B. Licenses serve to regulate and afford certain rights to individuals seeking to vape.

C. An individual must have a license to purchase vaping products.

D. An individual under the age of 16 must have a license to purchase vaping products.


14. Which of the following best represents an outcome associated with retail density policies?

A. Increased youth e-cigarette use

B. Increased state-level smoking rates

C. Increased household quitting rates

D. Decreased hospitalizations among female smokers


15. A health care professional is involved with a team responsible for implementing a program to address vaping. According to SAMHSA, which of the following steps should the team conduct when considering related adaptation?

A. Identify and understand the theory of the program.

B. Relate the theory of the program to adult populations.

C. Relate the theory of the program to females who smoke.

D. Relate the theory of the program to males under the age of 16.


16. A health care-related organization receives federal funds for their vaping-related program. A member of the organization has questions regarding the disbursement of such funds? Which of the following informational points of interest should be communicated to the member of the organization?

A. Organizations receiving federal funds may use such funds to influence an employee of a Congressional office.

B. Organizations receiving federal funds may use such funds to influence an employee of a Congressional office to take action related to vaping.

C. Organizations receiving federal funds are not able to lobby federal, state, or local officials.

D. Organizations receiving? ?federal funds are? ?not able to lobby federal officials - however, they may lobby state or local officials.


17. Which of the following statements regarding ?smokeSCREEN? is most accurate?

A. SmokeSCREEN? represents a targeted school-level program.

B. SmokeSCREEN? represents a community-level health promotion.

C. SmokeSCREEN? represents a neighborhood-level health promotion.

D. SmokeSCREEN? represents an individual-level health promotion.


18. Which of the following best represents a characteristic of the ?CATCH My Breath? program?

A. Empowers youth to make informed decisions about CBD vaping and their health.

B. Empowers youth to make informed decisions about THC vaping and their health.

C. Empowers youth to make informed decisions about flavor liquid vaping and their health.

D. Empowers youth to make informed decisions about nicotine vaping and their health.


19. A health care professional has questions regarding formative evaluations. Which of the following informational points of interest should be communicated to the health care professional?

A. Formative evaluations collect data about an intervention’s implementation.

B. Formative evaluations collect data about an intervention’s implementation on a community level.

C. Formative evaluations assess the readiness of an organization or community to implement the intervention.

D. Formative evaluations assess the readiness of an organization or community to implement the intervention on participants under the age of 18.


20. Which of the following statements regarding process evaluations is most accurate?

A. Process evaluations collect data about an intervention’s implementation.

B. Process evaluations collect data about an intervention’s conclusion.

C. Process evaluations collect baseline data regarding participants' gender.

D. Process evaluations collect baseline data regarding participants' age.


21. Which of the following best describes CQI?

A. CQI involves a systematic process of assessing program or practice implementation and long-term outcomes and then involving program staff in identifying and implementing improvements in service delivery and organizational systems to achieve better treatment outcomes.

B. CQI involves a systematic process of assessing program or practice implementation and short-term outcomes and then involving program staff in identifying and implementing improvements in service delivery and organizational systems to achieve better treatment outcomes.

C. CQI involves a systematic process of assessing program or practice implementation and long-term outcomes and then making decisions based on data and the participation of individuals under the age of 16.

D. CQI involves a systematic process of assessing program or practice implementation and long-term outcomes and then making decisions based on data and the participation of individuals over the age of 16.


22. A health care professional has questions regarding NIATx. Which of the following informational points of interest should be communicated to the health care professional?

A. NIATx is not associated with the CSAT.

B. NIATx does not work to improve services in substance use disorder treatment settings.

C. NIATx is based on the foundational principle of aiming to accomplish program improvement through one big change.

D. NIATx is based on the foundational principle of aiming to accomplish program improvement through a series of smaller changes, tested and implemented one at a time, that in the end have a cumulative effect.


23. Which of the following best represents a long-term outcome of a vaping-related program?

A. Changes in knowledge

B. Changes in beliefs

C. Changes in perception

D. Change in behavior


24. Which of the following best represents a NIH established core measure to be used by tobacco researchers?

A. 10-day quantity and frequency of tobacco use.

B. 30-day quantity and frequency of tobacco use.

C. The age that the individual quit smoking.

D. The age the individual quit vaping.


25. According to the course, which of the following illustrative indicators is associated with the following outcome: perceived social norms on vaping behaviors?

A. Level of perceived harm of vaping products among youth and young adults.

B. Proportion of youth and young adults who overestimate the smoking rate among their peers.

C. Proportion of youth and young adults who have never vaped but are susceptible to its use.

D. Amount of vaping product taxes and fees.


26. According to the course, which of the following illustrative indicators is associated with the following outcome: exposure to vaping marketing and availability of tobacco products?

A. Proportion of youth and young adults who have never vaped but are susceptible to its use.

B. Amount of vaping product taxes and fees.

C. Density of stores selling vaping products.

D. Density of individuals using vaping products.


27. According to the course, which of the following illustrative indicators is associated with the following outcome: initiation of vaping use?

A. Proportion of youth and young adults who report never having tried a vaping product.

B. Proportion of adults and older adults who report never having tried a vaping product.

C. Prevalence of vaping among youth and young adults.

D. Prevalence of vaping among adults and older adults.


28. Which of the following statements regarding the following source of national data? ?is most accurate: Monitoring the Future??

A. The FDA sponsored ?Monitoring the Future?.

B. Monitoring the Future-? related data was collected via a home-based interview.

C. Tobacco, Flavoring, and Cannabis are examined.

D. National data is not available.


29. A health care professional is looking for national vaping-related data collected via a longitudinal survey. Which of the following sources of national data may best suit the health care professional's needs?

A. NSDUH

B. YRBSS

C. NYTS

D. PATH


30. A health care professional engaged in a vaping-related evaluation is tasked with collecting qualitative data. Which of the following may be the best option for the health care professional to help collect qualitative data?

A. Mathematical analysis

B. Cross sectional mathematical analysis

C. Theory progression

D. Focus group


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