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2. Tristate Medical Reserve Corps is a collaboration between MRC units from the following states. Choose all that apply.

3. The MRC is a national network of volunteers, organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities.

4. Along with MRC, which of the following groups/organizations are included under the Citizen Corps Partner Program umbrella. Choose all that apply.

5. Which of the following might be included as a MRC response role in an emergency? Choose all that apply.

6. The primary method of communication with MRC volunteers is via email.

7. License verification for all professionals licensed in a health or mental health field occurs upon registration and acceptance into the MRC and again.....

8. All MRC volunteers must provide a valid state-issued photo ID and complete the registration process prior to obtaining a MRC Identification badge.

9. During an emergency, it is acceptable for volunteers to self-deploy to emergency locations in order to help first responders and emergency workers.

10. Choose which items listed below are true.

11. In 2015, National MRC revised the volunteer core competencies to include ethical/legal issues in emergencies as well as disaster recovery concepts. How many MRC Core Competencies are there?

12. MRC Core Competency 1.0 states that volunteers must demonstrate personal and family preparedness for disasters and public health emergencies. Strategies to fulfill this competency include the following. Choose all that apply.

13. Tristate Medical Reserve Corps accepts both medical and non-medical volunteers.

14. MRC TRAIN is the online learning management system available to public health professionals and MRC volunteers to support disaster preparedness and response training.

15. Choose which of the following topics are incorporated into the MRC Core Competencies. Choose all that apply.