5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Mostly generalist programs with emphasis on research competency and theory
- Whose major activities include hygiene, vital sings, assistance with eating, and assisting with mobility?
- What are some of the issues and challenges regarding BSN programs?
- a listing of information with the government
- What produces the majority of nurses?
- a Associate Degree Programs
- b Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
- c Doctoral education; DNP (doctors of nursing practice) only 3 programs exist
- d expensive (low student: faculty ratio in clinical setting), difficulty finding faculty, and scarcity of clinical sites
- e registration
5 Multiple choice questions
- Isabel Hampton Robb
- After WW II
- 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.
- Permissive Licensure
- Nightingale Model & influenced by war experiences
5 True/False questions
Specialty organizations tend to be organized around what? → Knights Hospitalers (fought battles & took care of sick and injured)
Who is known as the authority on health care? → Florence Nightingale
What 9 characteristics describe 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
Common people sent in their spare change to what fund? → Nightingale Model & influenced by war experiences
What schoolteacher organized military hospitals and a Corps of nurses? → Protestant Reformation