1. It is unprofessional conduct to discuss confidential information obtained in the course of providing treatment with trusted members of your immediate family.
A. True B. False
2. When the board grants a certificate to practice respiratory care to an individual, what is the respiratory care practitioner now able to do?
A. have immunity from civil liability lawsuits
B. assist an Anesthesiologist with respiratory induced anesthetics
C. represent themselves as authorized to practice respiratory care
D. have the ability to provide medical assistance at the scene of an emergency
3. If a complaint has been made to the Medical Examining Board regarding a specific respiratory care practitioner, which action will the board take?
A. Revoke the certificate immediately
B. Wait until a corroborating complaint has also been filed
C. Investigate the allegations of unprofessional conduct
D. Review the complaint when the practitioner applies for renewal of certification
4. Someone practicing “Respiratory Care” could be performing treatment, testing, evaluation or rehabilitation procedures as long as they:
A. include the use of pharmacological agents.
B. include the use of general anesthetic agents.
C. practice under the direction of a physician.
D. practice under the direction of an occupational therapist.
5. Which of the following is an example of unprofessional conduct?
A. Being paid for referring a patient to another professional.
B. Being paid for services performed on a patient that was referred to you.
C. Referring a patient to a professional that share’s your employer.
D. Referring a patient to a professional that is outside the patient’s insurance coverage network.
6. What is the maximum fine the board may levy on a practitioner that has been found to be in violation of statute chapter 448?
7. If a person fails to register their license for 5 consecutive years, which of the following is NOT an action the board may take?
A. Impose reasonable conditions on reinstatement of the license.
B. Require an oral examination of the applicant administered by the board.
C. Make an inquiry to determine whether the applicant is competent to practice.
D. Require a criminal background report accompanying the application for renewal.
8. Patient health care records maintained for hospital inpatients shall include which of the following?
A. Occupational information
B. Gun ownership information
C. Patient’s sexual preference
D. Post-secondary educational degrees attained
9. The board may require an oral exam for licensure if the applicant has engaged in the illegal use of controlled substances within the previous 2 years.
10. Billing statements and invoices for treatment of services provided by a health care provider are required to be included on a patient’s health care records.
11. Patient health care records shall be released upon request without informed consent in all of the following circumstances EXCEPT:
A. under a lawful order of a court of record.
B. to the local church or faith-based organization of which the patient is a member.
C. to a police department or district attorney for purposes of investigation of threatened or suspected child abuse or neglect.
D. if the patient health care records do not contain information and the circumstances of the release do not provide information that would permit the identification of the patient.
12. If a respiratory care practitioner is being investigated for allegations of unprofessional conduct, the practitioner can cease the board’s investigation by voluntarily surrendering his or her certificate.
13. A respiratory care practitioner who is convicted of a felony or misdemeanor anywhere, shall send a notice of the conviction by 1st class mail to the department within 48 hours after the entry of the judgment of conviction.
14. When do all respiratory care practitioner certificates need to be renewed by?
A. July 1 of each even numbered year
B. July 1 of each odd numbered year
C. February 1 of each even numbered year
D. February 1 of each odd numbered year 15.
What is the term for the board privately apprising a license holder of the unprofessional nature of the holder’s conduct and admonishing the holder that continuation of the conduct may give cause for reprimand or revoking their license?
16. Failure to receive a notice of renewal sent by the Department of Safety and Professional Services is a defense in a disciplinary proceeding against the holder for practicing without a credential.
17. Schedule II substances have some medical applications but high potential for abuse. Which of these is NOT a Schedule II controlled substance?
18. The respiratory care practitioner certificate must be renewed annually.
19. A respiratory care practitioner who fails to register for licensure with the department for five consecutive years may be required to demonstrate competence before being reregistered.
20. What is required for an unlicensed person to assist a respiratory care practitioner?
A. The individual must carry liability insurance coverage.
B. The individual must have received a bachelor’s degree in a science related field.
C. The assistance must be limited to ventilation therapy and artificial airway care.
D. The assistance must be performed under the supervision of the respiratory care practitioner.
21. How many times may an applicant fail the Wisconsin statutes and rules examination before it is necessary to submit proof of having completed further professional training or education as the board may prescribe?
22. A practitioner was recently found to have committed unprofessional conduct and the allegations are in the process of being investigated by the board. If the practitioner decides to voluntarily surrender his license it will cease all investigations currently underway by the board from being completed.
23. When a licensee moves or changes their mailing address, they must notify the department of their new address within how many days of the change?
14 B. 30
24. Any person who fails to comply with statute chapter 440.11 about properly notifying the department of a change in name or address shall be subject to a fine of $50.
25. If an applicant for certification fails a licensing examination 3 times, the applicant may not retake the board examination again unless:
A. the applicant pays double the examination fee for each retake completed after the 3rd attempt.
B. a petition is filed with the American Medical Association to allow permission for additional retakes.
C. the applicant submits proof of having completed further professional training or education as the board may prescribe.
D. the applicant acquires a specific temporary permit designated for practitioners who have failed the exam at least 3 times.
26. Diazepam is a Schedule IV controlled substance.
27. Engaging in sexual behavior with a patient is unprofessional conduct. How many years after the termination of professional services does an adult continue to be considered a patient?
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