The Influence of Instructive District Nursing Associations of

The Influence of Instructive District Nursing Associations of

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THE INFLUENCE OF INSTRUCTIVE  DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATIONS OF  MASSACHUSETTS IN THE EXPANSION  OF PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING  EDUCATION AND SCOPE OF  PRACTICE, 1910-1920   PRESENTED BY MARY  E. CREED
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Purpose Abbreviations Introduction Research question Timeline Methods and sources Social context Impact on nursing Significance Technology and therapeutics Conclusion references OUTLINE
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BSN – Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing IDNA – Instructive District Nursing Association MGH – Massachusetts General Hospital NOPHN – National Organization of Public Health  Nurses PHN – Public health nursing Pts – patients TB – tuberculosis TSN – training school for nurses WEA – Women’s Education Association ABBREVIATION USED IN  PRESENTATION
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examine the extent to which the Instructive District Nursing Associations (IDNA) of Massachusetts influenced the education and scope of practice of public health nursing during the period of 1910-1920 PURPOSE (Goostray, 1917)
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The late 19 th and early 20 th centuries saw a significant influx of immigrants. Public health nurses were utilized to teach these immigrants about health, hygiene and the American way. These phenomena led to an increased autonomy in public health nursing, as well as, the need for post-graduate education in this growing field. INTRODUCTION (Nichol, n.d.)
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THE RESEARCH QUESTION “How did nurses from the Instructive District Nursing Associations of Massachusetts expand public health nursing education and scope of practice, 1910-1920?”
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METHODS AND SOURCES
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SOCIAL HISTORY METHOD provides a social framework of a specific time in history allows interpretation of past events and how these events influenced public health nursing considers historical facts in the context of the time it occurred includes the social views, trends, and beliefs of the historical period studied attempts to see history from the point of view and social concerns of the society in that specific time frame The social history method is appropriate for this subject as it will allow inclusion of gender bias and early feminism occurring in the time frame, as well as, growing concern for those unable to afford medical care
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METHODS AND SOURCES written by or orally presented by a person who witnesses the event may include diaries, letters, photos, autobiographies and will have an identified author Primary sources for this paper  include articles and books written  by influential public health leaders  practicing before, during and after  1910-1920 (Jacques, 1911;  Brainard, 1922). (Hamilton, 1993). 
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