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History of Nursing
Was credited for establishing Public Health Nursing or home care.
“Nursing is Love in action and there is no finer
manifestations of it than the care of the poor
and disabled in their own homes.”
The American Nurses
The focus was on professional practice and standards of nursing practice
Replaced the Nurses Associated Alumnae
of the US and Canada
It is the ONLY Nursing organization that
includes lay citizens
This is the accrediting body for all schools of Nursing in the US.
Planned Parenthood and birth control
was active in the protest movement that
ultimately allowed women to vote in the U.S.
Currently active in the Nursing journal.
This report pointed out
shortcomings of the Nursing education and of Public Health Nursing. It cited
the needs for Nursing education to become broader. Some Nursing Schools began
to affiliate with institutes of higher learning
Frontier Nursing service.
Nurses traveled on horseback in rural Kentucky. This proved that Nursing could
make an impact on the health of a community.
The Great Depression were
“…we have thousands of nurses unemployed,
thousands more working twelve to twenty hours a day, and at the same time,
people who need nursing care are going unnursed…’
Many nurses worked for room and board
Roosevelt provided what
The three r's
Hill Burton ACT
Hospital construction boom led to an
increased demand for professional nurses
to provide care in hospitals
credited with the start up of the first ADN program.
National Student Nurse
was founded to promote professionalism among
developed their own Bill of Rights!
Membership is individual professional nurses
American nurse credentialing center
First case reported om 1981
Diagnosis Related Groups is a system for medical reimbursment
THIS WAS A
SYSTEM RATHER THAN A RETROSPECTIVE OR COST BASED REIMBURSEMENT.
works under a RN or LPN
LPN - LVN
This type of education has
been in existence for over 100 years. Most of these programs last one year and
include both classroom and clinical opportunities. Work under an RN
The first dipolma graduate