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5 Matching questions

  1. Who founded the American Red Cross?
  2. When did BSN programs finally "take off"?
  3. What is the main purpose of the National League for Nursing (NLN)?
  4. Which organization can be joined by only deans and directors of baccalaureate schools of nursing?
  5. What did nursing roots primarily come from?
  1. a advancing nursing education (such as accreditation of schools).
  2. b American Association of Colleges of Nursing
  3. c After WW II
  4. d Strict discipline and obedience (thanks to the church)
  5. e Clara Barton

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. management structure of school different from that of hospital to eliminate conflict of interest
  2. nurses be trained and have continuing education, and not rely on "female caring instincts"
  3. Permissive Licensure
  4. Mary Mahoney
  5. A demand for technically capable workers in new industries, GI bill, and a nursing shortage influenced by the baby boom.

5 True/False questions

  1. Who is known as the authority on health care?Associate Degree Programs


  2. Who is preparing to compete with NLN to accredit BSN programs?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.


  3. Whose major activities include hygiene, vital sings, assistance with eating, and assisting with mobility?1. A collapse of religious nursing orders
    2. Disappearance of men from nursing
    3. Nursing now seen as dirty work & undesirable


  4. Non-nurses can join which type of organization?NLN (which also supports all levels of nursing education)


  5. Who was the first public health nurse and the founder of occupational health nursing?1. Need for trained nurses
    2. New schools based on Nightingale method
    3. Exploitation of students