Concept Exam 3: part 1
Who was the Founder of modern nursing?
Florence Nightingale was the first nurse _______________.
What was called “The lady of the lamp”?
Nightingale advocated the principles of ________________in promoting health
cleanliness and nutrition
___________________ organized the Red Cross in the US after the war.
- Known as the “Angle of the Battlefield”
Who was the superintendent of nurses for the Union Army during the civil War?
Who was the first trained African-American Nurse to graduate in US?
Mary Eliza Moahoney
Who founded the visiting nurse service in New York City?
- Champion of the urban poor
- Established Henry Street Settlement in 1893 which became New York Visiting Nursing services
- Pioneer in Public Health Nursing
Who was the first hospital trained nurse in the US?
- Introduced concept of patient records
- Initiated practice of wearing uniforms
- First stockholder of AJN (American Journal of Nursing)
_____________________ was the first president of ANA
Isabel Adams Hampton Robb
______________________ received the first doctorate in nursing education
- One of first 10 nurses to earn doctorate
- First doctoral prepared nurse in religious order
- Established the first code of ethics for profession
- Establish first collegiate nursing program at Marquette University
Sister Mary B. Beck
Who brought modern health care to Native Americans in the early part of the 20th century?
Susie Walking Bear Yellowtail
Who is the most influential nurse of the 20th century ?
Wrote the textbook on nursing practice of the Principles and Practice of Nursing
Virginia A. Henderson
Meeting the personal needs of the patient within the environment
Nursing is a therapeutic, interpersonal, and goal-oriented process
The patient is a person who requires help to reach independence
Self-care is a human need; deficits require nursing works well in all steps of the nursing process
Needs are created within interrelated adaptive modes; physiological, self-concept, role function, and independence
Humans are in constant relationship with stressors in the environment
Caring is the central theme of nursing care, knowledge and practice. Provides the foundation of transcultural nursing care
Nursing is concerned with promoting and restoring health, preventing illness, and caring for the sick
Emphasis is on the science and art of nursing, with the unitary human being central to the discipline of nursing.
_________________ builds from specific ideas or actions to conclusions about general ideas
__________________________ examines general ideas and considers specific actions or ideas