5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What was the Nightingale Endowment Fund used for?
- What were the federal funds called that payed for nurse training for both military and civilian sectors, and when was this first seen?
- Who was credited for publicizing the need for nurses during the American Civil War?
- Common people sent in their spare change to what fund?
- What effect did the Industrial Revolution have on nursing?
- a No longer did everyone grow their own food, went to factories. Poor working conditions, overcrowding, and disease.
- b Nightingale Endowment Fund
- c Louisa May Alcott & Walt Whitman
- d the first Nightingale Training School (St. Thomas hospital in London)
- e Cadet Nurse Corps; during World War II
5 Multiple choice questions
- purchased own supplies and recruited group of nurses to set up her own hospital to treat British casualties
- NLN (which also supports all levels of nursing education)
- Nursing home (due to lower complexity of tasks)
- take same exam, hired at same salary, do same job
- 1. Need for trained nurses
2. New schools based on Nightingale method
3. Exploitation of students
5 True/False questions
Who is responsible for starting registry and the first attempt to control types of schooling individual nurses must have? → Sometimes due to not requiring BSN, and some argue that nurses take doctors orders and simply carry them out
What are some of the issues and challenges regarding BSN programs? → focuses on the "how" instead of the "why"
The initial commissioning of male nurses by the Army and Navy happened when? → in addition to diploma/AD content, BSN includes coursework in health promotion/containment, disease prevention, leadership, introduction to research, and community/public health.
What did nursing roots primarily come from? → predicted battles over title. Researched nursing shortage and set up demonstration programs in community colleges causing AD programs to grow rapidly.
Who accredits schools of nursing? → Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)