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5 Matching questions

  1. What was the Crimean War significant for?
  2. What was the effect of WW II on nursing?
  3. Who accredits Continuing Education (CE) providers?
  4. Any activity engaged in to earn a living
  5. Which organization can be joined by only deans and directors of baccalaureate schools of nursing?
  1. a publicizing what war was really like to a shocked British public
  2. b American Association of Colleges of Nursing
  3. c State Boards of Nursing
  4. d occupation
  5. e A demand for technically capable workers in new industries, GI bill, and a nursing shortage influenced by the baby boom.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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.
  2. Institutional Licensure
  3. The protection of the public.....NOT protection of your status!
  4. Cadet Nurse Corps; during World War II
  5. the government (especially state boards of nursing)

5 True/False questions

  1. What did Mildred Montag do?predicted battles over title. Researched nursing shortage and set up demonstration programs in community colleges causing AD programs to grow rapidly.


  2. The rise of the community college system was a result of what?education money from GI bill, demand for capable workers, and social pressure.


  3. What is the major course difference between an AD & BSN?schools went from being profitable to becoming major economic liabilities, and diploma programs began to fade


  4. How did the Great Depression effect nursing?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


  5. Who was the first African American "trained nurse"?the first Nightingale Training School (St. Thomas hospital in London)