Final Quiz Complete this quiz to receive your Acknowledgment of Completion! You’ll need to receive a score of 6/10, but you can take the quiz as many times as you need. 1. The interprofessional healthcare team includes:Different doctors onlyThe doctor and nurse onlyTwo or more different health care professionals, from any health care professionA doctor, always 2. An interprofessional team makes decisions with the patient:Collaboratively with consensus, sharing professional assessments throughout the patient’s care.Without discussing among each other.At the last minute, just before the patient goes home.By competing with each other’s opinion. 3. Choose the correct scope of practice for the physiotherapist:Assess barriers for the patient with everyday activities and help them learn new skills to manage.Assess, diagnose and treat individual, interpersonal, and societal problems to improve patient functioning.Balance the patient’s needs with available resources, while respecting the patient’s preferences,Assess, prevent and treat issues related to movement. 4. "To have a voice" means:Being able to speak and write in EnglishThat the nurse quietly listens to what the doctor says and decides about patient careBeing competent and confident to raise concerns and address patient’s health care needs.Never experiencing conflict or a difference of opinion 5. Communication conflicts on an interprofessional team:Will never happen if the team is working collaborativelyMay occur from a misunderstanding and require help from a trusted person to resolve it.Are best if they are ignored.Don’t happen if a nurse does not voice her concerns about a patient 6. Work readiness:Is how a health care professional feels as soon as graduation from school occurs.Is to always know what to do and not need help.Is complex and includes being competent and confident, ready to voice concerns, and continually learning with each new situation.Is to not need continuous professional development. 7. Health care resources and supports:Consist of a complex network. Health care professionals will reach out to learn what's available for their patients.Are known by all members of the team.Are the job of the home care coordinator only.Are the job of the social worker. 8. Professional development:Ends as soon as the health care professional graduates.Is for doctors, only.Means lifelong learning and is an expectation for all health care professionals from their regulatory body.Is only for professionals who want advanced degrees. 9. When a patient’s needs are the focus for all health care professionals, this is called:Client centred careSafe, quality careInterprofessional team collaboration and communicationAll of the above 10. Asking a colleague for support regarding patient care:Is not required if a healthcare professional is work ready.Builds strong professional relationships as each person learns and shares with others.Means the health care professional is not competent.Is not a good use of ‘voice’. Time is Up!