5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What aspects of nursing did the Protestant Reformation change?
- The initial commissioning of male nurses by the Army and Navy happened when?
- What are some of the issues and challenges regarding BSN programs?
- What is Accreditation?
- The Crusades led to the development of what?
- a 1. A collapse of religious nursing orders
2. Disappearance of men from nursing
3. Nursing now seen as dirty work & undesirable
- b "approval" of hospitals, healthcare organizations, education institutions, or educational programs
- c Knights Hospitalers (fought battles & took care of sick and injured)
- d during the Vietnam Conflict
- e expensive (low student: faculty ratio in clinical setting), difficulty finding faculty, and scarcity of clinical sites
5 Multiple choice questions
- schools went from being profitable to becoming major economic liabilities, and diploma programs began to fade
- Dorothea Lynde Dix
- American Nurses Association (ANA)
- Crimean War (decreased mortality rate)
- Nursing home (due to lower complexity of tasks)
5 True/False questions
Who is responsible for starting registry and the first attempt to control types of schooling individual nurses must have? → Florence N.
Who revived the deaconess movement & opened a small hospital for training programs? → Theodore Fliedner
Mobile Field Hospitals (MASH) were first seen when? → registration
What is a Certification? → shows expertise in certain area rather than minimal competency, voluntary, issued by American Nurses Credentialing Center instead of the government, requires an exam but doesn't necessarily give a higher status or reward
What led to the development of hospitals built by religious orders? → The Bubonic Plague (Black death)