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History of Professional Nursing in the United States: Toward a Culture of Health. Text with Access Code

Keeling, Arlene W. PhD, RN
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Edition: 1st
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
ISBN: 0-8261-3312-6 (0826133126)
ISBN-13: 978-0-8261-3312-0 (9780826133120)
Binding: Book with Ancillary Softcover + Internet Access Code
Copyright: 2018
Publish Date: 08/17
Weight: 2.91 Lbs.
Pages: 391
Subject Class: N-R (Nursing Research and Issues)
Return Policy: Returns accepted up to 12 months. This product contains software or Internet access code(s). Returns are not accepted if seal is broken or if access code revealed.
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Class Specifications
Discipline: Nursing
Subject Definition: History of Nursing; Nurse's Role-History
NLM Class: WY 11
LC Class: RT41
Abstract: For over 400 years, a diverse array of nurses, nurses' aides, midwives, and public-minded citizens across the United States have attended to the health care of America's equally diverse populations. Beginning in 1607 when the first Englishmen landed in Virginia, and concluding in 2016 when Flint, Michigan, was declared to be in a state of emergency, this expansive nursing history text for undergraduate and graduate nursing programs examines the history of the nursing profession to help the reader better understand how nursing became what it is today. Grounded in the premise that health care can and should be promoted in partnership with communities to provide quality care for all, this history analyzes the resilience and innovation of nurses who provided care for the most underprivileged populations, such as slaves on Southern plantations, immigrants in tenements in Manhattan's Lower East Side, and isolated populations in rural Kentucky. It takes into account issues of race, class, and gender, and the influence of these factors on nurses and patients. Featuring nearly 300 photos, oral histories, and personal accounts from varied settings in the United States and other countries, the narrative discusses major medical and scientific advances, prominent leaders and grassroots movements in nursing, and ethical dilemmas that nurses faced with each change in the profession. Chapters include discussion questions for class sessions as well as a list of suggested reading.

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