HIV and Mental Health Post-Test

Please complete the following questions. You must score at least an 80% or higher to pass the test. You have unlimited attempts to complete the test.

1. Mental health problems in HIV-infected individuals have a negative effect on the _______ of the HIV infection.
2. According to the text, MH problems in HIV-infected individuals can affect _____ health.
3. HIV-infected patients have a higher risk of _______.
4. HIV-infected patients show a different pattern in personality traits like all of the following EXCEPT _______________.
5. If mental health problems such as ___________ are recognized and assessed, treatment prognosis of HIV-infection might be improved.
6. According to the study, more than _______ of the patients were diagnosed with major depression disorder.
7. Patients who had been infected with HIV for more than 10 years, more often had a history of _________.
8. Patients infected with HIV did not report having more _______ than those not infected with HIV.
9. ___________ disorders were the most important reasons for psychiatric referrals for HIV infected patients.
10. Practitioners should be aware that HIV patients, while not showing an increase in severity of depression and dysthymia versus those not infected with HIV patients, did show more feelings of __________.
11. People living with HIV (PLHIV) continue to suffer from _____ and _____ from their family and communities.
12. AIDS-related stigmas and discrimination have been found to be associated with all of the following EXCEPT ________________ .
13. ______, alcohol use disorders, and neurocognitive disorders are the most prevalent mental problems in the PLHIV population.
14. Studies have found a prevalence rate of 3%-54% of ______ in PLHIV populations.
15. All of the following are socio-demographical variables that have been related to mental disorders among PLHIV EXCEPT __________.
16. In some countries, PLHIV were found to have mental health outcomes that include, anxiety, stress, and _________.
17. The most prevalent stigma and discrimination experienced by PLHIV according to the study was ____________.
18. The most common internal stigma experienced by PLHIV according to the study was __________.
19. The discussed study is consistent with _______________ models that conceptualize stigma and discrimination as a stressor.
20. The significant relationship of AIDS related stigma and discrimination with mental disorders indicates___________.
21. MNS refers to ____________ disorders that frequent in patients with HIV.
22. ___________ is twice as common in people living with HIV than in uninfected individuals.
23. __________ is the substance most frequently used by persons in treatment for HIV according to the text.
24. All of the following may contribute to the development and exasperation of MNS EXCEPT ___________.
25. HIV co-morbid substance use disorders can influence HIV transmission by___________.
26. There is robust evidence of positive treatment outcomes when _____ are integrated into primary care.
27. Evidence demonstrates that integrating depression and alcohol interventions is ____________ effective.
28. _____________ may interfere with the use of preventative health care and decisions to test for HIV during pregnancy.
29. Integration of services for MNS disorder with HIV primary care requires a/an ______ among patients and providers that treating MNS disorders is a legitimate part of HIV care.
30. Integration of HIV primary care and mental health provides for _____________.