5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Who establishes nursing standards?
- What was the effect of WW II on nursing?
- LPNs must work under direct supervision of RN or MD except when working where?
- Who accredits Continuing Education (CE) providers?
- Whose major activities include hygiene, vital sings, assistance with eating, and assisting with mobility?
- a Nursing home (due to lower complexity of tasks)
- b State Boards of Nursing
- c Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
- d A demand for technically capable workers in new industries, GI bill, and a nursing shortage influenced by the baby boom.
- e the government (especially state boards of nursing)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Graduate Nursing; Master's Degree Programs
- Mary Seacole
- Mary Mahoney
- 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.
- publicizing what war was really like to a shocked British public
5 True/False Questions
Common people sent in their spare change to what fund? → Nightingale Endowment Fund
Diploma programs are bases on what? → Very few in number (none in FL), producing least amount of graduates. often loosely affiliated with institutions of higher learning, but credits sometimes will not transfer. Most are 27-36 calendar months in length.
Which organization can be joined by only deans and directors of baccalaureate schools of nursing? → Protestant Reformation
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 major course difference between an AD & BSN? → focuses on the "how" instead of the "why"