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b. This question best reflects a nonjudgmental approach to discussing a client’s substance use.
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a. In the 1990s, health care professionals’ increased prescribing of prescription opioids marked the start of the opioid epidemic.
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d. By assigning tasks and maintaining boundaries, the nurse is applying the principle of trustworthiness and transparency.
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c. By introducing themself and explaining their role in the session, the nurse is incorporating trauma-informed care into their practice.
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d. Recent research indicates more than half of this age group experiences suicidal ideations or thoughts of self-harm.
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a. Public stigma involves negative attitudes others have about mental illness.
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d. Common types of labor trafficking include people forced to work as farmworkers, domestic servants, and factory workers.
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b. The language people use, including by health care professionals (HCPs), can contribute to stigma and discrimination against people with SUDs.
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c. Human traffickers will attempt to keep the victims isolated and try to control their actions.
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c. Refugees’ health status is influenced by conditions in their home countries, conditions during their travel, and conditions present in their camp.
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