Objectives:

To identify personal high-risk situations
To anticipate risks before they occur
To plan new strategies to manage anticipated high-risk situations
 

You must score a 70% of above on the post-test to receive continuing education credit if you do not score a min. of 70% you will not received credit via-CeBroker. 

* 1. Fill in the below (as it appears on your nursing license)

* 2. Which of the following is NOT a common feeling in early recovery:

* 3. Perhaps the most demanding period of time in recovery is:

* 4. Areas in ones’ life where there may be high risk situations include all of the following EXCEPT:

* 5. In early recovery, the patterns of home and family life hold many predictable crisis points. Some of these include:

* 6. Drug or alcohol dependence usually takes a powerful toll on those people to whom we are the closest, often resulting in:

* 7. Prior to recovery, vacations may have been associated with all of the following EXCEPT:

* 8. Factors that play a part in vacation planning in recovery include:

* 9. When planning a vacation, which one of the following is NOT important to take with you:

* 10. Perhaps the biggest challenge in early recovery is:

* 11. Feelings that someone in early recovery may find difficult to experience include:

* 12. Learning to manage feelings effectively:

* 13. When denying or avoiding feelings:

* 14. For health care professionals, what may be the setting where competency and vulnerability collide:

* 15. The way we perceive threats and experience and express feelings is a difficult task. All of the following are helpful EXCEPT:

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