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50 terms
Class Two: Introduction to Nursing
Class Two Objectives
The Founder of Modern Day Nursing
Florence Nightingale
Nightingale's Beliefs
1. Review selected milestones in nursing history. ... 2. Define…
Florence Nightingale
-First practicing epidemiologist... -Organized first school of n…
Nursing is: ... -a calling... -an art & science... -requires specific…
Class Two Objectives
1. Review selected milestones in nursing history. ... 2. Define…
The Founder of Modern Day Nursing
Florence Nightingale
37 terms
Introduction to Nursing Chap 1
What are the 4 broad aims of nursing?
What's the Latin word "nutrix" mean?
What dos the ANA consider the definiti…
What is considered one of the key role…
1. to promote health (promotion)... 2. to prevent illness (preve…
to nourish
-helping, meets needs of patient, family, and community... -incl…
patient advocacy
What are the 4 broad aims of nursing?
1. to promote health (promotion)... 2. to prevent illness (preve…
What's the Latin word "nutrix" mean?
to nourish
8 terms
Introduction to Nursing Ch.1
Health
Licensure
Nurse Practice Act
Nursing
Is a state of optimal functioning or well-being. A subjective…
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
Laws established in each state in the United States to regula…
Profession that focuses on the holistic person receiving heal…
Health
Is a state of optimal functioning or well-being. A subjective…
Licensure
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
19 terms
Introduction to Nursing Practice
Nightingale Nursing
Nursing focus
The american Nurses' Association defin…
Health
Having "charge of the personal health of somebody...and what…
Nursing focuses on the human response to illness
The American Nurses's Association (2003) defines nursing as t…
is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being…
Nightingale Nursing
Having "charge of the personal health of somebody...and what…
Nursing focus
Nursing focuses on the human response to illness
27 terms
Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
theory of animism
ancient greek civilizations
early christian period
16th century
good spirits brought health; evil spirits brought sickness an…
*temples became center of medical care... *nurses cared for the…
*nursing has a formal and more clearly defined role; deacones…
*shift from religion orientation to an emphasis on warfare, e…
theory of animism
good spirits brought health; evil spirits brought sickness an…
ancient greek civilizations
*temples became center of medical care... *nurses cared for the…
16 terms
Introduction to Professional Nursing: Chapter 16
What are the five management functions?
Planning
Organizing
Staffing
pg. 293... -Planning... -Organizing... -Staffing... -Directing... -Controlling
-The first management function and involves several steps:... 1.…
-The second management function.... -Organizing is necessary to…
-The third management function.... Five Steps of Staffing:... 1. D…
What are the five management functions?
pg. 293... -Planning... -Organizing... -Staffing... -Directing... -Controlling
Planning
-The first management function and involves several steps:... 1.…
20 terms
Introduction to Community-based nursing
Public Health Nursing
Public Health Nurse
Lillian Wald
Community Health Nursing
Population based; understanding the needs of a collection of…
Must have BSN, then apply to the state board of nursing for c…
RN invented Public health nursing in 1893, started the Henry…
Similar to public health nursing, understands the needs of th…
Public Health Nursing
Population based; understanding the needs of a collection of…
Public Health Nurse
Must have BSN, then apply to the state board of nursing for c…
35 terms
Ch. 1 Introduction to Nursing
In pre-civilization, explain how the p…
How would a pre-civilization heal thei…
What is a medicine man?
How was a Nurse portrayed in pre-civil…
Belief that good and bad spirits bring health or illness.
Casting out of demons.
Physician, spiritual leader.
Mother, caring for a family.
In pre-civilization, explain how the p…
Belief that good and bad spirits bring health or illness.
How would a pre-civilization heal thei…
Casting out of demons.
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Ch. 1 Introduction to Nursing
Theory of Animism
Ancient Greek Civilization
16th Century
Florence Nightingale
Good spirits brought health, evil spirits brought sickness an…
Temples became center of medical care.
Shifts from religious orientation to expansion of knowledge.
Challenged prejudices against women and established first tra…
Theory of Animism
Good spirits brought health, evil spirits brought sickness an…
Ancient Greek Civilization
Temples became center of medical care.
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Ch. 1 Introduction to Nursing
In pre-civilization, explain how the p…
How would a pre-civilization heal thei…
What is a medicine man?
How was a Nurse portrayed in pre-civil…
Belief that good and bad spirits bring health or illness.
Casting out of demons.
Physician, spiritual leader.
Mother, caring for a family.
In pre-civilization, explain how the p…
Belief that good and bad spirits bring health or illness.
How would a pre-civilization heal thei…
Casting out of demons.
53 terms
Nursing 447: Introduction
Certified Nurse Midwife
Doula
Family Centered Care
Evidence Based Nursing Practice
post graduate training in care of normal pregnancy and childb…
birth assistant who provides emotional, physical an decagonal…
delivery of safe, satisfying high quality health care that fo…
involved use of research to establish a plan of care and to i…
Certified Nurse Midwife
post graduate training in care of normal pregnancy and childb…
Doula
birth assistant who provides emotional, physical an decagonal…
41 terms
Introduction to Nursing (1)
A man age 61 years is distraught becau…
A student nurse understands that the p…
The nurse conducts a home safety asses…
The need for university-based nursing…
Facilitated Coping
health promotion
The nurse promotes a safe environment
World War II
A man age 61 years is distraught becau…
Facilitated Coping
A student nurse understands that the p…
health promotion
28 terms
Introduction to the Nursing Process
The nursing care plan includes five st…
Standing Orders:
The RN instructs the LPN to administer…
Clinical Practice Protocol:
ADPIE ... (ASSESSMENT; DIAGNOSIS; PLANNING; IMPLEMENTATION; EVAL…
Standing orders are preprinted documents containing orders fo…
The RN delegates patient care responsibilities to other membe…
Clinical practice protocol is a set of guidelines that helps…
The nursing care plan includes five st…
ADPIE ... (ASSESSMENT; DIAGNOSIS; PLANNING; IMPLEMENTATION; EVAL…
Standing Orders:
Standing orders are preprinted documents containing orders fo…
39 terms
Introduction to High Acuity Nursing
role of nurse
constant surveillance
priority 1
priority 2
this is to review the patients clinical condition, and implem…
studys show that nurses that utilize this reduces the inciden…
this priority depicts a patient that is acutely ill, unstable…
this priority requires intensive patient monitoring, and may…
role of nurse
this is to review the patients clinical condition, and implem…
constant surveillance
studys show that nurses that utilize this reduces the inciden…
19 terms
Introduction to Nursing Chapter 1
What is a Description of nursing's rol…
When a nurse helps a patient make an i…
What is used by the nurse to identify…
What Organization was founded 1899, an…
It is the role of nursing to provide a caring relationship th…
Advocate
Nursing Proccess
ICN (International Council fo Nurses)
What is a Description of nursing's rol…
It is the role of nursing to provide a caring relationship th…
When a nurse helps a patient make an i…
Advocate
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Introduction to Professional Nursing Midterm
professional socialization
Nursing practicum
NCLEX
Didactic Learning
process of learning the norms, values, attitudes, and behavio…
the experiences during undergraduate where faculty advises an…
A national exam that accredits people possessing a BSN. It re…
Learning that occurs in the classroom
professional socialization
process of learning the norms, values, attitudes, and behavio…
Nursing practicum
the experiences during undergraduate where faculty advises an…
27 terms
Introduction to Professional Nursing: Chapter 8
Laws
Ethics
Emergency Medical Treatment and Active…
Negligence
-enforce a minimal level of conduct by imposing penalties for…
-Ethics are described in terms of "should" and "may" and addr…
-Referred to as the "anti-dumping" law.... -Enacted in 1986 to p…
-The failure to act in a reasonable and prudent manner, or fa…
Laws
-enforce a minimal level of conduct by imposing penalties for…
Ethics
-Ethics are described in terms of "should" and "may" and addr…
13 terms
Introduction to Nursing Pharmacology-Chapter 3
Adverse Effects
Primary Actions
Secondary Actions
Hypersensitivity
Undesired effects that may be unpleasant or dangerous
Adverse effect from drug overdose: extension of the desired e…
Unpleasant side effects in addition to primary actions
Excessive response to primary & secondary actions of a drug;…
Adverse Effects
Undesired effects that may be unpleasant or dangerous
Primary Actions
Adverse effect from drug overdose: extension of the desired e…
22 terms
Nursing Introduction to Healthcare
How is the US healthcare system unique…
Who are the major stakeholders in the…
What employs the most in healthcare
Private insurance
-its not a system... -no universal health care financed by taxes…
-consumers... -providers... -institutions... -government... -industry... -ed…
nurses - 2.2 million
-employer based health insurance... -privately purchased health…
How is the US healthcare system unique…
-its not a system... -no universal health care financed by taxes…
Who are the major stakeholders in the…
-consumers... -providers... -institutions... -government... -industry... -ed…
105 terms
Introduction to Professional Nursing Midterm
Nursing work undertaken by these three…
credentialing
licensure
two types of licensure
unlicensed aides/workers... practical nurses... registered nurses
clearance of an individual by an authority of some kind
a type of credentialing that involves the government or a qua…
practice protection and license protection
Nursing work undertaken by these three…
unlicensed aides/workers... practical nurses... registered nurses
credentialing
clearance of an individual by an authority of some kind
62 terms
Introduction to Professional Nursing Midterm
Three Types of Paid Workers
The evolution of nursing was the resul…
Occupation
Profession
Unlicensed Aides, Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses
Technology, Urbanization, Social Order
Learning raw skills and using them as told by employers
Enrolling in a postsecondary education in order to be able to…
Three Types of Paid Workers
Unlicensed Aides, Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses
The evolution of nursing was the resul…
Technology, Urbanization, Social Order
25 terms
Introduction to Professional Nursing Practice
Why its important to study nursing
Isabelle Hampton Robb
Lillian Wald
Mary Eliza Mahoney
Help understand how nursing developed, inform solutions for p…
1st university school of nursing, nurses need theoretical fou…
1st public health nurse, focused on treating immigrants, Henr…
First trained African-American nurse in U.S.
Why its important to study nursing
Help understand how nursing developed, inform solutions for p…
Isabelle Hampton Robb
1st university school of nursing, nurses need theoretical fou…
27 terms
Introduction to the Role of the Nursing Aide
Activity director
Activities of daily living
Administrator
Adult daily care
An individual who plans the activities for the resident and a…
Personal daily care tasks including bathing, dressing, carryi…
Manages all departments within the facility
Care given at a facility during day time hours
Activity director
An individual who plans the activities for the resident and a…
Activities of daily living
Personal daily care tasks including bathing, dressing, carryi…
9 terms
Introduction to Nursing Pharmacology-Chapter 2
Phramacodynamics
Pharmacokinetics
How Drugs Work in the Body
Critical Concentration
Study of how drugs affect the body
Study of how the body acts on drugs
1. To replace or substitute for missing chemicals... 2. To incre…
Amount of a drug needed to cause a therapeutic effect (so-cal…
Phramacodynamics
Study of how drugs affect the body
Pharmacokinetics
Study of how the body acts on drugs
46 terms
Introduction to Professional Nursing Final
clinical care should provide
what evidence can tell you (3 things)
research
clinical nursing research is designed…
best quality care, at most affordable price, that is most sat…
no evidence of benefit, evidence of no benefit, evidence of b…
systematic inquiry that uses disciplined methods to answer qu…
nursing practice
clinical care should provide
best quality care, at most affordable price, that is most sat…
what evidence can tell you (3 things)
no evidence of benefit, evidence of no benefit, evidence of b…
8 terms
Introduction to Nursing / Chapter 1
Florence Nightingale
American Nurses Association (ANA)
QSEN Competencies
ANA Standards of nursing practice
Established the first training school for nursing... Identified…
The ANA describes the social context of nursing, knowledge ba…
Quality and Safety Education for Nursing ... -Patient Centered…
Standards allow nurses to carry out professional roles, servi…
Florence Nightingale
Established the first training school for nursing... Identified…
American Nurses Association (ANA)
The ANA describes the social context of nursing, knowledge ba…
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Introduction to Nursing Process
Assessment
Deductive
Inductive
Criteria
Collecting pt. data.
Reasoning from general to specific.
Reasoning from specific to general.
Specified behavior.
Assessment
Collecting pt. data.
Deductive
Reasoning from general to specific.
18 terms
Introduction to Nursing (Chapter 1)
Nursing
Aims of Nursing
Health
Nursing Roles: Caregiver
Nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of indi…
1. To promote health.... 2. To prevent illness.... 3. To restore he…
A state of optimal functioning or well-being. As defined by W…
The provision of care to patients that combines both the art…
Nursing
Nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of indi…
Aims of Nursing
1. To promote health.... 2. To prevent illness.... 3. To restore he…
8 terms
Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
Health
Licensure
Nurse Practice Act
Nursing
State of optimal functioning or well-being
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
...
...
Health
State of optimal functioning or well-being
Licensure
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
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Introduction to nutrition nursing
Rolse of nurse
Nutrition
Nutrients
Water
Health educator/ counselor... Advocate... Coach... Supporter
What a person eats & how the body uses it. Fuel
Organic & inorganic chemicals found in food
Flushes out toxins, keeps you hydrated
Rolse of nurse
Health educator/ counselor... Advocate... Coach... Supporter
Nutrition
What a person eats & how the body uses it. Fuel
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Chapter 1 (Introduction to Nursing)
health
licensure
nurse practice act
nursing
state of optimal functioning or well-being
to be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
law established to regulate nursing practice
profession that focuses on the holistic person receiving heal…
health
state of optimal functioning or well-being
licensure
to be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
Health
Licensure
Nurse Practice Act
Nursing
State of optimal functioning or well-being
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
Law established to regulate nursing practice
Profession that focuses on the holistic person receiving heal…
Health
State of optimal functioning or well-being
Licensure
To be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
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Introduction and Overview of Nursing History
Who took over nursing care from the cl…
Why would prostitutes also be nurses?
What was going on around the time of F…
Who took care of people who "did somet…
Prostitutes
They get paid to do it. You can do it if you have no other ma…
We were right on the cusps of Germ Theory. People believed th…
Prostitutes and Priests
Who took over nursing care from the cl…
Prostitutes
Why would prostitutes also be nurses?
They get paid to do it. You can do it if you have no other ma…
28 terms
Introduction to Nursing - CH 1
Who is Florence Nightingale?
What is the ANA?
What are the 4 broad aims of nursing p…
What competencies are used to meet the…
Said to be "the founder of nursing". During 19th century bega…
American Nursing Association
1. to promote health... 2. to prevent illness... 3. to restore heal…
cognitive, technical, interpersonal, ethical/legal
Who is Florence Nightingale?
Said to be "the founder of nursing". During 19th century bega…
What is the ANA?
American Nursing Association
25 terms
Introduction to Nursing Pharmacology-Chapter 1
Pharmacology
Pharmacotherapeutics
Preclinical Drug Trials
Phase I Study
Study of the biological effects of chemicals
Branch of pharmacology that deals with drugs (clinical pharma…
Testing of drugs on animals to determine whether they have th…
Tightly controlled drug study using human volunteers; usually…
Pharmacology
Study of the biological effects of chemicals
Pharmacotherapeutics
Branch of pharmacology that deals with drugs (clinical pharma…
150 terms
Introduction to Nursing Research
Research results
Personal experiences and client values
Method for accessing published informa…
Quality improvement data and integrate…
One of the primary foundations for evidence-based nursing pra…
Within the process of providing evidence-based nursing care,…
As a novice nurse on a medical-surgical hospital unit, you do…
Evidence comes in many forms. Examples of the data that could…
Research results
One of the primary foundations for evidence-based nursing pra…
Personal experiences and client values
Within the process of providing evidence-based nursing care,…
Introduction to Nursing Research
Research results
Personal experiences and client values
Method for accessing published informa…
Quality improvement data and integrate…
One of the primary foundations for evidence-based nursing pra…
Within the process of providing evidence-based nursing care,…
As a novice nurse on a medical-surgical hospital unit, you do…
Evidence comes in many forms. Examples of the data that could…
Research results
One of the primary foundations for evidence-based nursing pra…
Personal experiences and client values
Within the process of providing evidence-based nursing care,…
35 terms
Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
Determine punishments that can be appl…
Aims of Nursing as they interrelate to…
To Promote Health
WHO
Can be denied, revoked, or suspended for professional miscond…
To Promote Health, Preventing Illness, Restoring Health, Faci…
Identify, analyze and maximizing each patients individual str…
Ones health includes physical, social, and mental components…
Determine punishments that can be appl…
Can be denied, revoked, or suspended for professional miscond…
Aims of Nursing as they interrelate to…
To Promote Health, Preventing Illness, Restoring Health, Faci…
36 terms
Introduction to Nursing #2
What is a nursing
Importance of nursing history
SCIENCE
ART
- Profession assisting individual, families, and communities…
- sense of professional identify... - useful methodological rese…
= knowledge base for the care that is given
= skilled application of that knowledge to help others achiev…
What is a nursing
- Profession assisting individual, families, and communities…
Importance of nursing history
- sense of professional identify... - useful methodological rese…
33 terms
Chapter 1 - Introduction to Nursing Research
Research
Nursing Research
Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)
Clinical Expertise
a systematic inquiry or study that validates or redefines exi…
a scientific process that validates & redefines existing know…
evolves from the integration of the best research evidence wi…
the knowledge and skills of the healthcare professional who i…
Research
a systematic inquiry or study that validates or redefines exi…
Nursing Research
a scientific process that validates & redefines existing know…
40 terms
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
Health
Health and Wellbeing is considered on…
Why is nursing of children different?
Pediatric Vital Signs
a state of COMPLETE physical, mental, and social well-being a…
1. Physical Health... 2. Mental Health... 3. Social Health... 4. Spiri…
because children are NOT just little adults... -pediatric vital…
Least invasive to most invasive... 1) Respiratory Rate ... 2) Hea…
Health
a state of COMPLETE physical, mental, and social well-being a…
Health and Wellbeing is considered on…
1. Physical Health... 2. Mental Health... 3. Social Health... 4. Spiri…
11 terms
Introduction to nursing Vocabulary List
assessment
critical thinking
enviroment
evidence-based practice
the collection of data about an individual's health state
simultaneously problem solving while self-improving one's own…
the total of all the conditions and elements that make up the…
a systemic approach emphasizing the best research evidence, t…
assessment
the collection of data about an individual's health state
critical thinking
simultaneously problem solving while self-improving one's own…
8 terms
Taylor Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
Health
RN Licensure
Nurse Practice Act
Nursing
The state of optimal functioning or well-being. One's health…
The legal authority to practice as a nursing professional.
Law established in each state to regulate nursing practice
"The protection, promotion, and optimization of health and ab…
Health
The state of optimal functioning or well-being. One's health…
RN Licensure
The legal authority to practice as a nursing professional.
25 terms
Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing
The theory of animism attempted to exp…
Historically, in providing treatment,…
In Greek society, what were the center…
Ancient Hebrews developed rules throug…
the cause of mysterious changes in bodily functions. This the…
The physician was the medicine man. Treated disease by chanti…
Temples were the centers of medical care. Illness was believe…
ethical human relationships, mental health, and disease contr…
The theory of animism attempted to exp…
the cause of mysterious changes in bodily functions. This the…
Historically, in providing treatment,…
The physician was the medicine man. Treated disease by chanti…
5 terms
Introduction to Nursing Pharmacology-Chapter 4
Nursing Process
Assessment
Nursing Diagnosis
Implementation
Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning Outcomes & Interventions, Imp…
Health history (chronic conditions, drug use, allergies, leve…
Statement of patient's status from a nursing perspective
Proper administration of drug therapy; comfort measures; pati…
Nursing Process
Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning Outcomes & Interventions, Imp…
Assessment
Health history (chronic conditions, drug use, allergies, leve…
86 terms
Introduction to Pediatric Nursing
What is Health?
Pediatrics: Surface Area
Pediatrics: Fontanels and Sutures
Pediatrics: Tongue
health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social we…
body surface area large for weight, makes infants susceptible…
anterior fontanels and open sutures palpable up to about 18 m…
Tongue large relative to small nasal and oral airway passages
What is Health?
health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social we…
Pediatrics: Surface Area
body surface area large for weight, makes infants susceptible…
21 terms
Community Health Nursing: introduction
Define community Health Nursing
Define population
Define aggregate
What are the three levels of disease p…
A specialty nursing practice that involves working with the p…
A collection of people who share one or more personal or envi…
A group within a population
1) primary prevention ... - prevents disease before it occurs ... 2…
Define community Health Nursing
A specialty nursing practice that involves working with the p…
Define population
A collection of people who share one or more personal or envi…
6 terms
Introduction to Nursing Pharmacology-Chapter 5
Measuring Systems
Common Conversions--Metric : Household
Oral Dosage Calculation
Parenteral Dosage Calculation
Metric, Apothecary, Household
1 kg = 2.2#... 454 g = 1#... 4-5 mL = 1 tsp... 15 mL = 1 T... 30 mL = 1 o…
(Amount available)/(One pill) = (Amount prescribed)/ (Dose or…
(Amount available)/(Volume available) = (Amount prescribed)/(…
Measuring Systems
Metric, Apothecary, Household
Common Conversions--Metric : Household
1 kg = 2.2#... 454 g = 1#... 4-5 mL = 1 tsp... 15 mL = 1 T... 30 mL = 1 o…
Chapter 1: Introduction to Nursing Key terms
health
licensure
nurse practice act
nursing
state of optimal functioning or well-being
to be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
law established to regulate nursing practice
profession that focuses on the holistic person receiving heal…
health
state of optimal functioning or well-being
licensure
to be given a license to practice nursing in a state or provi…
7 terms
Introduction to Nursing Pharmacology-Chapter 6
Consumer Awareness
Over-the-Counter Drugs
Complementary & Alternative Medicine (…
Off-Label Uses
Media & internet information empowers and confuses patients;…
Often interact with prescription medications; can mask sympto…
Not under FDA control or scrutiny; patients often don't reali…
Uses of a drug that are not part of the stated therapeutic in…
Consumer Awareness
Media & internet information empowers and confuses patients;…
Over-the-Counter Drugs
Often interact with prescription medications; can mask sympto…
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