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Socialization Exam 1 Review

Socialization Exam 1 Review - Term Definition What were the...

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Term: What were the wives of emperors and noble women who cared for the sick during the early Christian times known as? Definition: Deaconesses Term: What did nursing roots primarily come from? Definition: Strict discipline and obedience (thanks to the church) Term: What led to the development of hospitals built by religious orders? Definition: The Bubonic Plague (Black death) Term: The Crusades led to the development of what? Definition: Knights Hospitalers (fought battles & took care of sick and injured) Term: What changed the overall profile of nursing? Definition: Protestant Reformation
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Term: What aspects of nursing did the Protestant Reformation change? Definition: 1. A collapse of religious nursing orders 2. Disappearance of men from nursing 3. Nursing now seen as dirty work & undesirable Term: What effect did the Industrial Revolution have on nursing? Definition: No longer did everyone grow their own food, went to factories. Poor working conditions, overcrowding, and disease. Term: Who revived the deaconess movement & opened a small hospital for training programs? Definition: Theodore Fliedner Term: Who is known as the authority on health care? Definition: Florence Nightingale Term: Florence was the first to prove that ............ Definition: more people die of disease than injuries while at war
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Term: Florence was known for her actions during which war? Definition: Crimean War (decreased mortality rate) Term: What was the Crimean War significant for? Definition: publicizing what war was really like to a shocked British public Term: Who is one of the overlooked heroines of the Crimean War? Definition: Mary Seacole Term: Common people sent in their spare change to what fund? Definition: Nightingale Endowment Fund Term: What was the Nightingale Endowment Fund used for? Definition: the first Nightingale Training School (St. Thomas hospital in London)
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Term: Nightingale believed passionately about what? Definition: nurses be trained and have continuing education, and not rely on "female caring instincts" Term: Who was credited for publicizing the need for trained nurses during the American Civil War? Definition: Louisa May Alcott & Walt Whitman Term: What school teacher organized military hospitals and a Corps of nurses? Definition: Dorothea Lynde Dix Term: What midwife is responsible for the underground railroad? Definition: Harriett Tubman Term: Who founded the American Red Cross? Definition: Clara Barton
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Term: Who was the first American "trained nurse"? Definition: Linda Richards Term: Who was the first African American "trained nurse"? Definition: Mary Mahoney Term: Who was the first public health nurse and the founder of occupational health nursing? Definition: Lillian Wald Term: Who was the first nursing professional organization president (American Journal of Nursing)?
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