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Please read each question and select your answer from the choices provided. You must complete all of the questions in order to view your results. At the end of each exam, you have the option to e-mail your results to your instructor.

1:  The recognition of a healthcare provider's certification issued in one state, by another state, is termed:
A: validity.
B: reciprocity.
C: direct contact.
D: general agreement.

2:  The phase of emergency care where the patient receives definitive, specialized care is:
A: intermediate phase.
B: first phase.
C: third phase.
D: second phase.

3:  The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) was established to:
A: provide a database of qualified providers.
B: provide a uniform and valid process to certify EMS professionals.
C: ensure that EMS professionals pay their dues on time.
D: eliminate the need for state testing centers.

4:  Which document was responsible for the evolution of the EMS system that is in place today?
A: 1965 Senator's Report on Healthcare
B: 1966 National Academy of Research Health Report
C: 1970 Governor's Council
D: 1966 Accidental Death and Disability Report

5:  The EMT-I will be expected to demonstrate proficiency in all of the following areas EXCEPT:
A: IV therapy.
B: orotracheal intubation.
C: external cardiac pacing.
D: medication administration.

6:  The system developed to assist dispatchers in providing proper emergency response and pre-arrival instructions is termed:
A: Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD).
B: Emergency First Response (EFR).
C: Primary Service Area (PSA).
D: Enhanced 9-1-1 System (E911).

7:  The EMT-I scope of practice is clearly delineated in a comprehensive guide known as:
A: protocols.
B: standing orders.
C: ethical response.
D: medical direction.

8:  Which type of medical control is characterized by standing orders, training, and supervision authorized by the medical director?
A: Online (direct) medical control
B: Official medical control
C: Off-line (indirect) medical control
D: Continuous quality control

9:  The person responsible for ensuring proper training standards and the EMT-I scope of practice is the:
A: medical director.
B: training officer.
C: CQI director.
D: emergency room physician.

10:  A system of internal and external reviews and audits of an EMS call is termed:
A: quality control (QC).
B: checks and balances.
C: regulations and rules.
D: continuous quality improvement (CQI).

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