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Unit 2

NFDN 1001

First refereence to treating illness? Egyptians; Greeks; Romans; Hebrews
Benedictine Order (529 AD) emphasis on love and care for the sick; performed by monks and nuns
Sisters of Charity First "Home Care"; upper class and educated
Florence Nightingale? Gained fame during Crimean War for reducing morbidity and mortality of wounded soldiers; women needed to contribute to society;
Jean Mance Founder of Montreal; Raised money in France for hospital in New France
Marguerite d'Youville Grey Nuns; first visiting nuns in Montreal
Mary Agnes Snively Toronto General Hospital
Nora Livingston Montreal General Hospital
Jean Gunn Passionate about Nursing education; graduate nursing association of ONT= registered nurses
WWII Increased demand for more trained nurses
Why are Practical Nurses in demand? Public demand for safe and competent care; cost effective;
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