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Kozier Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Which women made significant contributions to the nursing care of soliders during the Civil War? Harriet Tubman, Florence Nightgale, Fabiola, Dorothe Dix, Sojourner Truth Harriet Tubman, Dorothea Dix, Sojourner Truth
Fabiola converted Christianity and used their wealth to provide houses of care and healing for the poor, the sick, and homeless
Knights of St Lazarus dedicated themselves to the care of people w. leprosy, syphilis, and chronic skin conditions
Alexian Brothers organized care for victims of the Black Plaque in the 14th century in Germany
Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth provided care and safety to slaves fleeing to the North on the Underground Railroad
Dorothea Dix become the Union's superintendent of femal nurses responsible for recruiting nurses and supervisiong the nursing care of all women nurses working
Sairy Gamp A character of Dickens-she care for the sick by neglecting them, stealig from them and physically abusing them.
Linda Richards America's 1st trained nurse. Graduated from New England Hospital for Women and Children in 1873
Mary Mahoney First African American professional nurse graduated the New England Hospital for Women and Children 1879
Lillian Wald Considered the founder of public health nursing
Lavinia L. Dock a feminist, prolific writer, political activist, suffrogette, and friend of Wald. campaigned for legislation to allow nurses rather than physicans to control their profession.
Margaret Higgin Sanger public health nurse in New York, has a lasting impact on women's healthcare
Mary Breckinridge notable pioneer nurse established the Frontier Nursing Service FNS, worked w. American Committee for Devasted France distributing food, clothing, and supplies to rural villages, taking care of sick kids.
Continuing Education refer to formalized experience designed to endhance knowledge/skills of practicing professionals
In-Service Education program, specific type of CE program that is offered by an employer
Consumer an individual, a group of people or community that uses service or commodity
Patient waiting for or undergoing medical tx and care "to suffer" or "to bear"
Client a person who engages the advice or services of another who is qualified to provide this service
Luther Christman male nurse of distinction in the U. S., chairman of the board of AAMN.
ANA Standards of Practice to describe the responsibilities for which nurses are accountable
Standards of Professional performance behavior expected in the professional nursing role
Caregiver role has traditionally included those activities that assist the client physically and phycologically while perserving client's diginity
Communicator identify client problems and then communicate these verbally or in writing to other members of health team
Teacher helps client learn about their health and health care procedures, perform to restore or maintain health
Change Agent when assisting clients to make modification in their behavior
Case Manager work w. the multidisciplinary health care team to measure the effectiveness of the case management plan and to monitor outcomes
Leader influence other to work together to accomplish a specific goal
Manager delegate nursing activies to ancillar workers and other nurses and supervises and evaluates their performance.
Profession defined as an occupation that require extensive education or calling that requires special knowledge skill, and preparation
Client advocate act to protect the client
Professionalism refer to professional character, spirit, or methods, set of attributes, a way of life implies responsibilty.
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