5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- LPNs must work under direct supervision of RN or MD except when working where?
- Specialty organizations tend to be organized around what?
- Why was the growth of BSN programs slow?
- Where were the early short training courses for Practical Nursing (LPN) started and what were they like?
- During the Great Depression what federal funds were used to support hospitals and employ nurses?
- a Many thought nursing was technical and not worthy of being in University. Many thought women didn't need liberal education, and many physicians opposed it.
- b Clinical specialty, ethnicity, religious affiliation, etc..
- c Nursing home (due to lower complexity of tasks)
- d Roosevelt's "New Deal"
- e Young Womens Christian Association (100 yrs ago); permissive licensure until the 50s & 60s.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Associate Degree Programs
- 1. School shortened to 2 years instead of 3 to produce more nurses faster.
2. Nurse's Aides to help meet shortage
- American Association of Colleges of Nursing
- Institutional Licensure
5 True/False questions
What did Mildred Montag do? → predicted battles over title. Researched nursing shortage and set up demonstration programs in community colleges causing AD programs to grow rapidly.
What are written documents evidencing competence? → NLN Accreditation Standards: school must show that students are not used as labor force and that every activity has a defined educational purpose
What are some of the issues and challenges regarding BSN programs? → expensive (low student: faculty ratio in clinical setting), difficulty finding faculty, and scarcity of clinical sites
What is the purpose of licensure? → The protection of the public.....NOT protection of your status!
What did Mary Seacole do during Crimean war? → purchased own supplies and recruited group of nurses to set up her own hospital to treat British casualties