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5 Matching questions

  1. What did Mary Seacole do during Crimean war?
  2. What are some impacts/concerns with associated with AD programs?
  3. Which type of Licensure allows nurses to practice in multiple states without obtaining a new license for each state?
  4. Which organization can be joined by only deans and directors of baccalaureate schools of nursing?
  5. Who was the first nursing professional organization president?
  1. a Multi-State Recognition Licensure (Nurse Licensure Compact)
  2. b Isabel Hampton Robb
  3. c purchased own supplies and recruited group of nurses to set up her own hospital to treat British casualties
  4. d intended to prepare grads for hospital based practice, increases diversity (gender,race,culture), hard to fit into 2 years, selective admissions.
  5. e American Association of Colleges of Nursing

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  2. 1. No more private duty nurses due to the lack of funds
    2. Closure of many hospital training programs
    3. Movement of trained nurses back into hospitals & hospitals now main site of working nurses
  3. During the Korean War
  4. schools went from being profitable to becoming major economic liabilities, and diploma programs began to fade
  5. Florence Nightingale

5 True/False questions

  1. Where was the first "real" BSN program?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.


  2. What are diploma programs like today?The protection of the public.....NOT protection of your status!


  3. What was the Crimean War significant for?publicizing what war was really like to a shocked British public


  4. What were the wealthy women who cared for the suck during the early Christian times known as?Young Womens Christian Association (100 yrs ago); permissive licensure until the 50s & 60s.


  5. Why is nursing often not considered to be a profession?rigorous formal education, intellectual not physical, practical, services vital to society, altruistic (public service over financial gain), high degree of autonomy, responsibility, code of ethics, and specialized body of knowledge