Tell them what is wrong with their activities. wellnessatthemuseum,believesthatartheals.Hesaid:"Wesawthatth a) Winnipeg Museum of Fine Arts      b.  might feel better The patients (4) ____ people with breast cancer, eating disorders, epilepsy and mental health problems. ", A doctor who has a lot / lots of experience in helping to heal people with art spoke about the benefits / beneficial of art therapy. Share your words with your partner(s) and talk about them.      c.  scientific proofs WORD SEARCH: Look in your dictionary / computer to find collocates, other meanings, information, synonyms … for the words... • Share your findings with your partners. 5)  you could come to the museum and you ______ Make someone better after a sickness or injury. Change partners often and share your rankings. 3.      c.  trials some patients Institute of Physical Art - Since 1978. Role  B – Housework b) walking (...)  start this program with the doctors. The patients include people with breast cancer, eating disorders, epilepsy and mental health Dr Hélène Boyer said: "There's more and more (9) ___________________ art therapy is good for your physical health." She said looking at art increases hormones released in our bodies. She said looking at art increases hormones released in our bodies. d) brain cells Comment on your partner’s paper. N_t h_l__ B_n d_l , t h_ m_s__ m ' s d_r_c t_r - g_n_r_l , s__ d p h y s_c_l _c t_v_t y _n d _r t g_v_ s_m_l_r h__ l t h b_n_f_t s . Nathalie Bondil, the museum's director-general, said physical If you're suffering (6) ____ breast cancer, you could come to the museum and you might feel better. List of Organizational Behaviour Multiple Choice Questions with Answers: Q1. 4.      d.  about the beneficial Do you think looking at art is as good as exercise? T h_ p_t__ n t s _n c l_d_ p__ p l_ w_t h b r__ s t c_n c_r , __ t_n g d_s_r d_r s , _p_l_p s y _n d m_n t_l h__ l t h p r_b l_m s .      b.  trials some patients (...)  of art therapy. Change topics and partners frequently. (  1  ) The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Canada has teamed up with a group of doctors to help sick 2)  How many trials are taking place? What kinds of disorders were mentioned in the article? Did you all have similar things? THE MASTER MINDS. A 15-item examination with concerns about HIV/AIDS and ART. At 10:15 am same day they will all be exposed to a new therapy … Do you think art can be better than medicine? Also, tell the others which is the worst of these (and why): housework, shopping or jogging. T h_s_ h_r m_n_s _r_ r_s p_n s_b l_ f_r __ r w_l l - b__ n g . Thomas Bastien, director of education and well / wellness at the museum, believes that art heals. Multiple Choice Questions and Answers By Jhasketan Garud January 9, 2020. Hello everyone out there, i am here to give my testimony about a herbalist called dr imoloa. T h_ d_c t_r s w_l l p r_s c r_b_ v_s_t s t_ M_n t r__ l ' s _r t g_l l_r__ s , _n s t__ d _f g_v_n g t h_m m_d_c_n_. What questions would you like to ask the doctors? Recommend a medicine or action that will be good for someone. ART THERAPY: Students A strongly believe art therapy is better than medicine; Students B strongly believe it isn't.  Change partners again and talk about your conversations. Which should be avoided in AIDS patients recieving ART during the first 2 months of Rifampicin ATT due to drug interactions? (...)  medicine. • Make questions using the words you found. 2. b) heart This exam is designed to evaluate the candidates’ theoretical knowledge in the three competency areas of health science, professional development and clinical science. d) 11 D r B_y_r s__ d v_s_t_n g _r t g_l l_r__ s r_l__ s_d t h_ s_m_ k_n d s _f h_r m_n_s t h_t _r_ r_l__ s_d w h_n w_ _x_r c_s_. a) blood cells a. Complete this table with your partner(s). With your partner, try to recall how they were used in the text: Write five GOOD questions about this topic in the table. being.DrBoyersaidvisitingartgalleriesreleasedthesamekindsofhorm (...)  activity and art gave similar health benefits. Opioid substitution therapy (OST) is a type of harm reduction initiative that offers people who are dependent on opioids (such as heroin) an alternative, prescribed medicine – most typically methadone or buprenorphine – which is swallowed rather than injected.. S h_ s__ d : " I _m c_n v_n c_d t h_t _n t h_ 2 1 s t c_n t_r y , [_r t ] w_l l b_ w h_t p h y s_c_l _c t_v_t y w_s f_r h__ l t h _n t h_ 2 0 t h c_n t_r y . Totally sure and certain about something. They will all have physical therapy between 9-10 am on a certain day and pain score assessed at start and end of PT. Select the ONE lettered answer or completion that is BEST in each case. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Canada has (1) ___________ up with a group of doctors to help sick people. 7)  Dr Hélène Boyer said: "There's more and more ______ She said looking at art increases hormones released in our bodies. What can you say about these words and your life? Check out each question carefully and pick the best answer. VOCABULARY: Circle any words you do not understand. She said looking at art increases (12) ____________ released in our bodies. 10)  When did Nathalie Bondil say art therapy would be important? Role  D – Weight Training TEST EACH OTHER: Look at the words below. Good. Allowed something to move, act, or flow freely. How could art help people with eating disorders? H_ s__ d : " W_ s_w t h_t t h_ m_s__ m w_s g__ d f_r p__ p l_, s_ w_ d_c_d_d t_ s t_r t t h_s p r_g r_m w_t h t h_ d_c t_r s . tissue work in a targeted area. Tell the others three reasons why. A doctor said looking at art increased hormone levels in our body.      a.  trials on patients of Physical Education General Rules 1.      d.  might feeler better, 6)  A doctor who has a lot of experience in helping to heal people with art spoke ______ She said: "I am convinced that in the 21st century, [art] (12) ___________________ physical activity was for health in the 20th century. She said: "I am convinced that in the 21st century, [art] will be what physical (16) ____________ was for health in the 20th century. If you're suffering from breast cancer, (6) ___________________ to the museum and you might feel better.      c.  might feels better The patients include people with breast cancer, eating (6) ____________, epilepsy and mental health problems. Is painting or looking at paintings better for our health? a) a doctor d) a patient THERAPY: How good are these kinds of therapies? As another (different) thing to use or have; substitute; alternative.      a.  our well-been a) peels Tell them what is wrong with their activities. Each student must write the questions on his / her own paper. Complete this table with your partner(s). Electrolyte disturbances are often encountered in the intensive care units where the patients are very sick with disorders of multiple organ systems. Dr Boyer said visiting art galleries released the same kinds of hormones that are released (10) ____ we exercise. Try the same news story at these easier levels: Art Therapy - Level 0,  Art Therapy - Level 1   or  Art Therapy - Level 2, Make sure you try all of the online activities for this reading and listening - There are dictations, multiple choice, drag and drop activities, crosswords, hangman, flash cards, matching activities and a whole lot more. When did Nathalie Bondil say art therapy would be important? This can be useful for medical, nursing, physiotherapy and respiratory therapy students. The decision to begin antiretroviral therapy is based on: Effectiveness of antiretroviral therapy is determined by: Oral candidiasis in AIDS is treated with: Which is the most common HIV-related neurologicSeptember 1, 2013. She said looking at art increases hormones released in / on our bodies. Write down any new words and expressions you hear from your partner(s). She said: "I am convinced that in the 21st century, [art] will be that / what physical activity was for health in the 20th century.". The museum is currently taking part in 10 trials on patients to find out what effect art has on health. 1. CHAT: In pairs / groups, talk about these topics or words from the article. 2. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: Rank these with your partner. b) this century This solution is the perfect medium for soft tissue therapy including myofascial work, trigger point therapy, or sports massage. Role  A – Jogging andmentalhealthproblems.ThomasBastien,directorofeducationand b) fantastic : Group A: 1-14, Group-B: 15-28, Group C: 29-42, Group-D: 43 to 55) and further every Group has to nominate 4 active participants. The rest of the students will participate as audience. "Shesaidlookingatartincreaseshormo Role  C – Shopping Organization structure primarily refers to a. how activities are coordinated & controlled b. how resources are allocated c. the location of departments and office space d. the policy statements developed by the firm Q2. ART: Students walk around the class and talk to other students about art. Which is most important in case of a patient diagnosed as AIDS and who is expressing death wishes? Case et al found that when doctors who write multiple choice questions say that something “usually” happens, they mean that it happens between 55% and 90% of the time. Together, put the words into different categories. He said: "We saw that the museum was good for people, so we decided to start this program with the doctors. Multiple Choice Questions and Answers on Stress Management. The museum is currently taking part in 10 trials on patients to find out what effect art has on Thomas Bastien, director of education and wellness at the museum, believes that art heals. Guidelines. These hormones are responsible as / for our well-being. 3)  The museum is currently taking part in 10 ______ She said: "I am convinced that in the 21st century, [art] will be what physical activity was for health in the 20th century.". In 1929 Bakhtin’s first major publication appeared, entitled Problems of Dostoevsky’s Art, which formulated the concept of “polyphony” or “dialogism.” In the same year, however, Bakhtin was sentenced to ten years’ imprisonment for alleged affiliation with the underground Russian Orthodox Church; mercifully, the sentence was commuted to six years’ exile in Kazakhstan. 2) doctors will prescribe visits to Montreal's art galleries, instead of giving ______ Information about PNF, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, a physical therapy continuing education course taught by the Institute of Physical Art. A museum director believes art therapy might make people feel better. Also, tell the others which is the worst of these (and why): housework, jogging or weight training.      d.  our bodily The doctors will prescribe visits to Montreal's art galleries, instead (2) ____ giving them medicine. T h_ m_s__ m _s c_r r_n t l y t_k_n g p_r t _n 1 0 t r__ l s _n p_t__ n t s t_ f_n d __ t w h_t _f f_c t _r t h_s _n h__ l t h .      a.  about the benefits Inside: Why classroom art discussion is a vital part of art education and 82 questions about art you can use in your classroom. The MCQ examination is a test of the principles and practice of medicine in the fields of Adult Health - Medicine, Adult Health - Surgery, Womens Health - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Child Health, Mental Health and Population Health & Ethics. Why/not? 3.      a.  a 20th century The museum is (4) ____________ taking part in 10 trials on patients to find out what (5) ____________ art has on health.      b.  sick people The standard dose of Zidovudine for adults and adolescents in ART is; Which statement about initiating drug therapy (ART) in stage 4 (WHO) is TRUE? You think jogging is the best form of physical activity. See what you know about it and how to take care of patients and their symptoms. 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Please enjoy :-). Read what you wrote to your classmates in the next lesson. Change partners often and share what you wrote. (...)  problems. The museum is currently taking part in 10 trials on patients to find out what effect art has (3) ____ health. Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. ", A doctor who (7) ___________________ of experience in helping to heal people with art spoke about (8) ___________________ art therapy. Looking at and creating art can be better than taking medicine.      d.  healthier problems c) research papers Tell the others three reasons why. Art Therapy - Level 1. (...)  A doctor who has a lot of experience in helping to heal people with art spoke about the benefits When it comes to viruses and diseases, one that has still baffled scientists and a cure is still yet to be found is HIV/AIDS. (Sometimes more than one choice is possible. The doctors believe art benefits our health. You think shopping is the best form of physical activity. These hormones are responsible for our well-being. Dr Boyer said visiting art galleries released the same kinds of hormones that • Ask your partner / group your questions. (...)  heals. Search and Free download all Ebooks, Handbook, Textbook, User Guide PDF files on the internet quickly and easily. I f y__ ' r_ s_f f_r_n g f r_m b r__ s t c_n c_r , y__ c__ l d c_m_ t_ t h_ m_s__ m _n d y__ m_g h t f__ l b_t t_r . "Adoctorwhohasalotofexperienceinh ART THERAPY: Students A strongly believe art therapy is better than medicine; Students B strongly believe it isn't. The patients include people with breast cancer, eating disorders, epilepsy and mental health problems. Write a newspaper article about the next stage in this news story. Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, is designed to treat negative thinking patterns in patients seeking therapy. Also, tell the others which is the worst of these (and why): jogging, shopping or weight training. c) hormones Designed by Kyle Broflovski. i was infected with herpes simplex virus 2 in 2013, i went to many hospitals for cure but there was no solution, so i was thinking on how i can get a solution out so that my body can be okay. c) 2050 Tell the others three reasons why. Read your letter to your partner(s) in your next lesson. Show your work to your classmates in the next lesson.      d.  scientific proves Or is it? Take our quiz and brush up on the essential facts of HIV/AIDS. If you're suffering from breast cancer, you could come to the museum and you might feel better.". It is aimed at medical students and nondermatologist practicing physicians. Nathalie Bondil, the museum's director-general, said physical activity and art gave similar / similarity health benefits. 3)  What kinds of disorders were mentioned in the article? Lack of awareness is responsible for a rise from 8 to 33 million infected cases in a few years. There is a lot of stigma for people suffering from it and the diseases that follow it. 4)  What does the director of education and wellness believe art does? Share what you discover with your partner(s) in the next lesson. c) deals If you're (8) ____________ from breast cancer, you could come to the museum and you might feel better. Include imaginary interviews with people who are for and against this. The ART drug, which should be avoided in case of pregnancy is: Which of the following statements is FALSE about antiretroviral therapy (ART)? Match the following synonyms from the article.      b.  scientific proof nesreleasedinourbodies.Thesehormonesareresponsibleforourwell- He said: "We saw that the museum was good for people, so we decide / decided to start this program with the doctors. He said: "We saw that the museum was good for people, so we decided to start this program with the doctors.      d.  the 20th century, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Canada has (1) ___________________ a group of doctors to help sick people. 9)  These hormones are responsible for ______ These hormones MCQ on CHF DIRECTIONS: Each of the numbered items or incomplete statements in this section is followed by answers or by completions of the statement. edoctors.Ifyou'resufferingfrombreastcancer,youcouldcometothem        fine arts / doctors / sick people / doctors / medicine / health / education / cancer (...)  health. 10)  art will be what physical activity was for health in ______ ART: Make a poster about art. a) liver A museum in Canada is working with doctors to help sick people. Discuss. d) down, 6)  Who is Hélène Boyer? Code: MPEd 001, Dr. S. K. PANDA, Dept.      a.  them medicine A disease that can kill you, caused by bad and abnormal cells in a part of the body. 4)  people with breast cancer, eating disorders, epilepsy and mental ______ (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); A doctor who has a lot of experience in helping to heal people with art spoke about the benefits of art therapy. 5. He said: "We saw that the museum was good for people, so we decided to start this program with the doctors. 5)  How might you feel if you go to the museum? T h_m_s B_s t__ n , d_r_c t_r _f _d_c_t__ n _n d w_l l n_s s _t t h_ m_s__ m , b_l__ v_s t h_t _r t h__ l s . Tell them what is wrong with their activities. d) Toronto Museum of Fine Arts If you are stumped about how to lead a discussion about a work of art, use this list of art questions to give you some ideas!      d.  them medicinal Thomas Bastien, director of education and wellness at the museum, believes that art heals. b) a professor 5.      d.  trails on patients ", A doctor who has a lot of experience in helping to (9) ____________ people with art spoke about the (10) ____________ of art therapy. Write down their answers. Tell the others three reasons why. ", 1)  What is the name of the museum? These hormones are (9) ____ for our well-being. c) shock therapy b) curiosity The Section Has to be divided into 4 Groups (According to Roll No. c) on top of the world Human Papiloma Virus in AIDS patients is manifested as: Which of the following listed drugs is a protease inhibitors group of ARVs? Dr Boyer said visiting art galleries released the (13) ____________ kinds of hormones that are released when we (14) ____________. c) 10 to   decided   program   start   this   We   with   doctors   .      d.  sick peopled élèneBoyersaid:"There'smoreandmorescientificproofthatarttherap Multiple Choice Questions 1) What is a defence mechanism? : a) Any form ... Psychodynamic Approaches: Theories which assume that unconscious conflicts develop early in life, and part of the therapy is designed to identify life events that may have caused these unconscious conflicts. Art this century will be like physical activity was in the past century.      b.  our well be in Change partners often and share your findings. ", 1) Museum of Fine Arts in Canada has teamed up with a group of doctors to help ______ As highlighted by Gunel (2011) Pediatric Rehabilitation requires a Multidisciplianary (MDT) Approach in order to promote the independence of the child with an impairment, both functionally and psychologically and increase the quality of life of both the child and their family. 6. He said: "We saw that the museum (5) ___________________ people, so we decided to start this program with the doctors. DOCTOR: Spend one minute writing down all of the different words you associate with the word "doctor". efits.Shesaid:"Iamconvincedthatinthe21stcentury,[art]willbewhat The museum is currency / currently taking part in 10 trials / trails on patients to find out what effect art has on / in health. (...)  are responsible for our well-being. INTERNET: Search the Internet and find out more about this news story. The patients include people with breast cancer, eat-in / eating disorders, epilepsy and mental health problems. What does the director of education and wellness believe art does? What did Hélène Boyer say there was more and more of? Nathalie Bondil, the museum's director-general, said physical (11) ___________________ gave similar health benefits. What did you think when you read the headline? VOCABULARY EXTENSION: Choose several of the words from the text. You think weight training is the best form of physical activity. THERAPY: How good are these kinds of therapies? b) heals a   doctor   has   experience   .   lot   who   of   A, your   physical   health   .   Art   for   good   is   therapy, well-being   .   our   responsible   for   hormones   are   These, of   released   galleries   hormones   .   kinds   art   Visiting   the, Art   for   what   activity   be   health   .   was   will. Pharmacy technicians are primarily responsible for the technical functions and for referring patients to the pharmacist for drug therapy advice. director-general,saidphysicalactivityandartgavesimilarhealthben c) skin What does looking at art increase in our body? You think housework is the best form of physical activity. Nathalie Bondil, the museum's director-general, said physical activity and art gave (11) ____ health benefits. When you have finished, interview other students. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Canada has teamed up with a group of doctors to help sick people. Talk about the connection between each pair of words in italics, and why the correct word is correct. Ask him/her three questions about it. What other areas of culture are good for our health? (...)  are released when we exercise. b.      b.  about them benefits b) Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Also, tell the others which is the worst of these (and why): housework, shopping or weight training. Dr Hélène Boyer said: "There's more and more scientific (8) ____ that art therapy is good for your physical health." The museum is currently (3) ___________________ 10 trials on patients to find out what effect art has on health. 6. Doctors will send patients to art galleries, instead of giving them medicine. This hub is designed for medical and nursing students to understand the concept of electrolyte disturbances and how to correct them. Below is some multiple-choice questions. Which statement about ART regimen is TRUE? Doctors will prescribe visits to art galleries to collect medicine. Benjamin Franklin seems to think so, but he also said this: “Remember not only to say the right thing in the right place, but far more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment.” Read the headline.      b.  then medicine      b.  our bodies Which is healthier, looking at art or looking at the countryside? a) disorders "1,000 Ideas & Activities for Language Teachers". Dr Boyer said visiting art galleries (10) ___________________ kinds of hormones that are released when we exercise. (Please look at page 12 of the PDF to see a photocopiable example of this activity. 2 Option B is even less specific—it could mean that a tiny percentage of patients respond to music therapy or …      b.  health problems Department of Physical Education. Bad. Use a dictionary or Google's search field (or another search engine) to build up more associations / collocations of each word. All of the people in trials are mental health patients. Dr S. K. Goolamali, a consultant dermatologist in London, England, has produced a small question-and-answer exercise book that focuses on the skin manifestations of internal disease. d) scientific proof _____________________________________________________________________________. ), STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student B), STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student A), The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Canada has teamed (1) ____ with a group of doctors to help sick people. The patients include people with breast cancer, eating disorders, epilepsy and mental health problems. onesthatarereleasedwhenweexercise.NathalieBondil,themuseum's Physiotherapists, viewed as the 'movement expert', play a key role within this MDT. yisgoodforyourphysicalhealth. useumandyoumightfeelbetter. S h_ s__ d l__ k_n g _t _r t _n c r__ s_s h_r m_n_s r_l__ s_d _n __ r b_d__ s . 4. 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