Law For The Pharmacy Tech Question 1 A _______ statute was created to encourage people to respond to emergencies. a) lower determination b) restrictive c) legal modification d) Good Samaritan Question 2 Actus reus is Latin for guilty a) act. b) conscience. c) verdict. d) mind. Question 3 Which of the following statements best conveys the meaning of respondeat superior? a) Employees are vicariously liable for their employers’ negligence. b) Employers are vicariously liable for their employees’ negligence. c) Employees must obey unlawful orders from their employers. d) Employers can legally give unlawful orders to their employees. Question 4 A/An _______ is an addition or change to an act. a) law b) amendment c) statute d) legislation Question 5 The Controlled Substances Act classifies drugs based on their a) medical use. b) availability.  c) safety and potential for abuse. d) cost. Question 6 What’s a misdemeanor? a) A crime punishable by imprisonment for less than one year b) A conviction dismissed after trial by jury c) A crime punishable by five years of imprisonment d) A first offense Question 7 Establishing a link between malpractice and harm is a) intentional causation. b) aggravated intent. c) proximate causation. d) link distinction. Question 8 _______ protect(s) the public by ensuring only qualified professionals care for patients. a) The Hippocratic Oath b) Ordinances c) Licensing d) Metaethics Question 9 Legislation that local legislative bodies pass is called a/an a) amendment. b) bill. c) ordinance. d) law. Question 10 Match each of the following terms with the correct definition. Right Law Duty Crime 1. A set of rules that govern people’s behavior 2. An offense against a locale, a state, or the federal government 3. An individual power, privilege, or immunity 4. An individual obligation Question 11 Which of the following can issue a license? a) State government b) Federal government c) County government d) City government e) Professional association Question 12  Common pharmacy fraud schemes include which of the following? a) Prescription drug switching b) Filling less than the prescribed quantity of a drug c) Billing for a current or existing prescription d) Billing multiple payors for the same prescription Question 13 Match the following terms with their correct definition. Vicarious liability Due care Comparative negligence Contributory negligence 1. One person being held responsible for the actions of another 2. Patients contributing to their own harm 3. A percentage of fault assigned to both the healthcare personnel and to the patient 4. The responsibility to hire qualified personnel and supervise them accordingly Question 14 Which of the following are parts of the licensing examination for pharmacists? a) The Clinical Knowledge Skills Exam b) The Written and Practical Exam c) The North American Pharmacist Licensing Exam (NAPLEX) d) The Multi-State Pharmacy Jurisprudence Exam (MPJE) Question 15 State and local agencies with jurisdiction over pharmacies include a) the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). b) district attorneys. c) police. d) state narcotics divisions. e) state boards of pharmacy. Question 16 Which of the following are examples of violations of the False Claims Act? a) Prescription drug switching b) Billing for brand-name drugs while dispensing generic drugs c) Filling less than the prescribed quantity of a drug d) Receiving a kickback for promoting a healthcare service Question 17 Match each of the following terms with the correct definitions. Vicarious Liability Negligence Malpractice 1. Failure to exercise the degree of care that a reasonable person would exercise under the same circumstances 2. When one person is held responsible for the actions of another 3. Failure to meet a professional standard of care Question 18   Match each of the following drug schedules with the correct definition. Schedule IV Schedule I Schedule II Schedule III 1. High potential for abuse with no medical use 2. High potential for abuse, accepted medical uses but with restrictions 3. Moderate potential for abuse 4. Low potential for abuse Question 19 Which of the following are true regarding and human trafficking? a) All of the above b) Armed conflict provides ideal conditions for trafficking in persons and other human rights abuses. c) Young people are trafficked for use as armed combatants or for forced labor. d) Women and girls are abducted for sexual slavery or forced marriage. Question 20 Which of the key assumptions of a trauma-informed approach – also known as the “Four R’s” – integrates knowledge about trauma into policies, procedures and practices? a) Recognition b) Realization c) Response d) Traumatization

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