5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What were the federal funds called that payed for nurse training for both military and civilian sectors, and when was this first seen?
- Who accredits schools of nursing?
- What was the result of the American Civil War, relating to nursing?
- Who establishes nursing standards?
- Who is preparing to compete with NLN to accredit BSN programs?
- a National League for Nursing (NLN)
- b 1. Need for trained nurses
2. New schools based on Nightingale method
3. Exploitation of students
- c the government (especially state boards of nursing)
- d American Association of Colleges of Nursing
- e Cadet Nurse Corps; during World War II
5 Multiple choice questions
- Isabel Hampton Robb
- 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.
- take same exam, hired at same salary, do same job
- 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.
- more people die of disease than injuries while at war
5 True/False questions
What are some of the issues and challenges regarding BSN programs? → expensive (low student: faculty ratio in clinical setting), difficulty finding faculty, and scarcity of clinical sites
Florence was known for her actions during which war? → Crimean War (decreased mortality rate)
What is the purpose of licensure? → The protection of the public.....NOT protection of your status!
What did nursing roots primarily come from? → predicted battles over title. Researched nursing shortage and set up demonstration programs in community colleges causing AD programs to grow rapidly.
Which organization can be joined by only deans and directors of baccalaureate schools of nursing? → Dorothea Lynde Dix