Flashcards in Exam 1 Deck (101)
Recommended separation of education from hospital service. Increase admission standards, and strengthen collegiate nursing schools
Stated that nursing education should be in colleges with the right accreditation, not in hospitals. Encourage recruitment of men and minorities.
the Brown Report
Minimum preparation for beginning professional nursing practice is baccalaureate degree education.
ANA position paper
• People couldn’t afford hospital costs, so they opted for private duty nurses because it was cheaper or free if provided by nursing students
• After the closure of hospital-based nursing schools, many nurses faced unemployment. Government cope by;
o Forming Federal Healthcare Programs: hospital hired started to paid minimal wages to nurses
o Nurses’ performance lead to a greater respect for the profession
The great depression on nursing
What are the four factors that changed nursing?
*1. Religious Ideals and Humanitarian Aims
2. Technology & Advancements in Medicine
4. Traditional Role of Women and Feminism
What nursing theory did Florence Nightingale?
What nursing theory did Jean Watson have?
what nursing theory did hildegard pelau have?
what nursing theory did Virginia Henderson?
what nursing theory did betty neuman have?
what nursing theory did sister callista roy have?
what nursing theory did madeleine leininger?
Focuses on the environment alterations; ventilation, warmth, light, diet, cleanliness, noise.
Effective caring promotes health and individuals & family growth.
The relationship between nurse, patient, and family is necessary to meet goals
Assist patient with their 14 human needs while they recover and achieve independence
If one area does NOT work, it can affect the whole system because everything is connected
Environmental stimuli results in human response, which could be adaptive or ineffective
Patient should always be provided with cultural-specific nursing care
The activity used to minimize the spread of pathogens
Applies to contact with infected patients or their environment. Must wear gloves and gown.
Applies to patients infected with a pathogen (respiratory infections- pneumonia, influenza, whooping cough, bacterial meningitis) that is transmitted by droplets (3-6 fee). Must wear gloves, gown, & mask. Patient with mask when out of room.
Applied to patients infected with an airborne pathogen (Measles, Varicella, Tuberculosis, chikenpox). Must wear gloves, gown, and N95 respirator. Patient with a mask when out of the room. Room equipped with negative air flow.
(clean technique) measures taken to control and reduce the number of pathogens.
medical aseptic technique
(sterile technique) measures used to eliminate any pathogens from the area.
surgical aseptic technique
Underlying soft tissue & blood vessels damage without edges or epidermis torn (bruises/contusion, suspected deep issue injury)
There is a break in the skin or mucous membrane.
tearing injury, irregular edges
superficial, involving scraping or rubbing of superficial layers of skin