5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Who is responsible for regulating nursing?
- What were the federal funds called that payed for nurse training for both military and civilian sectors, and when was this first seen?
- What was the result of the Brown Report?
- What emerged during World War II?
- Which type of Licensure allows nurses to practice in multiple states without obtaining a new license for each state?
- a schools went from being profitable to becoming major economic liabilities, and diploma programs began to fade
- b Multi-State Recognition Licensure (Nurse Licensure Compact)
- c 1. School shortened to 2 years instead of 3 to produce more nurses faster.
2. Nurse's Aides to help meet shortage
- d THE STATE
- e Cadet Nurse Corps; during World War II
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the first Nightingale Training School (St. Thomas hospital in London)
- State Boards of Nursing
- Louisa May Alcott & Walt Whitman
- 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.
- Roosevelt's "New Deal"
5 True/False Questions
What were the wealthy women who cared for the suck during the early Christian times known as? → Deaconesses
What 3 factors had an overall historical influence on nursing that still persists in some forms today? → Protestant Reformation
Mostly generalist programs with emphasis on research competency and theory → During the Korean War
Mobile Field Hospitals (MASH) were first seen when? → Nightingale Model & influenced by war experiences
Who accredits schools of nursing? → "approval" of hospitals, healthcare organizations, education institutions, or educational programs