Te Taketake year 1

What drug group does Diazepam belong to?
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What is the most common use of diazepam?
Alcohol withdrawal
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What does HPA stand for?
Health promotion agency
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What is the maori model of health and who created, when?
Powhiri poutama model, Paraire Huata, 1997, Te Ngaru Learning systems
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How many stages are there in the powhiri poutama model and name them in the correct order?
7, whakamoemiti, whakatau, whakapuaki, whakatangi, whakaratarata, whakaoranga, whakaotinga
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What is the whakapuaki stage about?
Revealing, bringing forth the 'take'
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What are the recommended standard drinks for men and women?
Men - 3, 5, 15
Women - 2, 4, 10
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What does DAPAANZ stand for?
Addictions practitioner association aotearoa NZ
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DAPAANZ has a new code of ethics, Tikanga Matatika. How many principles are there? How many sections are they divided into? and name 4 principles and 3 sections
11 principles and 3 sections.
Sections: Manaaki, pono and pukenga ahurea.
Principles: mana, mana motuhake and autonomy, do good, do no harm, honesty, integrity and trust, fairness, confidentiality and privacy, conflict of interest, responsibility for comp
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Whay should you know how to make chop suey?
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According to Drury in his powhiri poutama reading what are 2 most important factors which influence successful outcomes?
Therapeutic alliance
Utilizing the clients own strengths
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Wharekura in Drury described the powhiri ritual as conducting what?
An appropriate courtship
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What definition of tangata whaiora is offered in Drury?
seekers of health
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How does marae protocol position
the tangata whaiora before being called to powhiri?
Potentially restricted
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What does this position (tapu) mean for those forced to come by law or told to come by whanau?
They remain tapu and 'outside' and we therefore have to utilise different wanys of engaging eg MI, family/whanau or systems work or other therapies.
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How does Drury suggest knowing the 7 steps of the poutama model might assist therapists/practitioners?
Familiarity may enhance the alliance
Greater utilisation of tangata whaiora's resources
Allow non maori to better meet treaty obligations
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What are 5 things Cozolino suggests we need to remember?
No matter what happens don't panic
The client is more nervous than you
If you don't know whats happening keep quiet until you do
The client will assume you know what you are doing
Just make it through the hour.
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In training to be a therapist what are 4 things that are tested according to Cozzolino?
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What do you need to master in becoming a therapist?
Large and growing body of knowledge
Learning a variety of skills
Navigating complex relationships
Exploration of inner world and private thoughts to develop professional world.
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What does Cozolino suggest is the primary challenge for students of psychotherapy?
Summoning the emotional courage to move through the inner space that lads to knowing oneself.
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What are 3 biases Cozolino suggests should be the primary focus of every therapist?
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The conflicts and limitations we bring to our work are generally called what?
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A definition offered by Cozolino for countertransference is?
Distortion of the therapy relationship that occurs because of the therapists unconscious, usually traced to common human struggles with shame, attachment and fear of abandonment. We therefore mix what is its most common use in addictions our own personal
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What is the full name of the DSM-5?
diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders version 5
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What is the purpose of the DSM-5?
Clinicians all have a baseline to which they are working, using a common language, know what criteria are being referred to and can explain to whaiora/whanau what they mean.
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How many criteria are there for SUD (substance use disorder)? How many do you need over what time to meet a diagnosis?
11 criteria
2 during last year for diagnosis
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How many do you need for mild, moderate and severe SUD?
mild 2-3
moderate 4-5
Severe 6+
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What are 2 different aspects of tolerance?
Use more to get same effect
Less effect with continued use of same amount
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What does tolerance look like in practice?
Needing to use 2 points of meth an evening instead of one to get the same level of intoxication.
Using benzodiazepine prescription in 3 days instead of 6 days as it no longer works as well as before.
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What are 2 different ways that you can diagnose withdrawal as being present?
Withdrawal syndrome for substance
Same substance taken to relieve withdrawal symptom
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Give 2 examples of when withdrawal may occur.
When you stop substance or behaviour
When you cut down substance or behaviour
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In your reading from Morgan, 4 groupings are suggested into which 11 criteria can be fitted. What are they?
Impaired control 1-4
Social impairment 5-7
Risky use 8-9
Pharmacological criteria 10-11
They show a maladaptive pattern of behaviour
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