5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Licensure today requires what?
- Which type of licensure states that to be a nurse you had to pass a test, but if you did not go to school or pass a test, you could still practice nursing, just simply could not call yourself an RN?
- What led to the development of hospitals built by religious orders?
- Which organization can be joined by only deans and directors of baccalaureate schools of nursing?
- What was life like in early diploma programs?
- a Put on "probationary period" where they did everyday chores while instructors watched and looked for attitude & moral problems. Students could be dismissed at any time during this period. A training not an education. Physicians did teachings. Exploited as cheap labor. Resulted in lack of jobs in hospitals for grads, so they worked in the community.
- b The Bubonic Plague (Black death)
- c 1. Graduation from approved program
2. payment of fee with periodic renewal
3. passing standardize exam (NCLEX)
4. evidence of continued competence (SOME states)
- d Permissive Licensure
- e American Association of Colleges of Nursing
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Clara Barton
- advancing nursing education (such as accreditation of schools).
- Linda Richards
- the first Nightingale Training School (St. Thomas hospital in London)
- predicted battles over title. Researched nursing shortage and set up demonstration programs in community colleges causing AD programs to grow rapidly.
5 True/False Questions
Who accredits schools of nursing? → National League for Nursing (NLN)
A specialist degree, such as clinical specialists → Graduate Nursing; Master's Degree Programs
What is the major course difference between an AD & BSN? → in addition to diploma/AD content, BSN includes coursework in health promotion/containment, disease prevention, leadership, introduction to research, and community/public health.
What was the effect of WW II on nursing? → schools went from being profitable to becoming major economic liabilities, and diploma programs began to fade
Non-nurses can join which type of organization? → NLN (which also supports all levels of nursing education)