5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What schoolteacher organized military hospitals and a Corps of nurses?
- What midwife is responsible for the underground railroad?
- Who was the first African American "trained nurse"?
- What was the result of the Brown Report?
- Why was the growth of BSN programs slow?
- a Mary Mahoney
- b 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.
- c Harriett Tubman
- d Dorothea Lynde Dix
- e schools went from being profitable to becoming major economic liabilities, and diploma programs began to fade
5 Multiple choice questions
- in addition to diploma/AD content, BSN includes coursework in health promotion/containment, disease prevention, leadership, introduction to research, and community/public health.
- predicted battles over title. Researched nursing shortage and set up demonstration programs in community colleges causing AD programs to grow rapidly.
- Strict discipline and obedience (thanks to the church)
- nurses be trained and have continuing education, and not rely on "female caring instincts"
- 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.
5 True/False questions
What was life like in early diploma programs? → publicizing what war was really like to a shocked British public
What are written documents evidencing competence? → Credentials
Who was the first nursing professional organization president? → Linda Richards
Who was the first American "trained nurse"? → Mary Mahoney
During the Great Depression what federal funds were used to support hospitals and employ nurses? → Roosevelt's "New Deal"