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Copy of Florence Nightingale
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Society... (Shelby) Florence Nightingale believed problems were diet, dirt and drains (Shelby) Era Key Historical Events Nursing Theory Key Contributions Nightingale's Model Development The movement to improve standards of nursing care in the mid 19th century was spear headed by Florence Nightingale who is considered to be the founder of modern nursing. (P&P) F - Founder of Modern Nursing
L - Lady with the Lamp
O - Outcomes on Nursing
R - Remarkable Advances
E - Era Being Depicted
N - Nursing Theories
C - Contributions to Nursing
E - Evolutionary Theories How much do you know? True/False Nursing was seen as a lowly profession
Roles and expectations of women in the 19th century
Crimean War May 12 1820 - Born
1842- Declined Marriage
1847- Goes to nursing school
1854 - superintendent of the establishment for Gentlewoman During Illness in London
1854 - Crimean War begins
1854- Florence and 38 nurses arrived in Turkey
1855- becomes known as Lady with a Lamp
1856 - returns to Britain after the war
1860 - The Nightingale school of nursing opens
1910- August 13 - She dies at the age of 90 http://library.lethbridgecollege.ab.ca:2048/login?url=http://digital.films.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?aid=9526&xtid=7036 -Purchased towels, medicine, soap, beds, clean clothes, plates, utensils, and glasses. (Shelby) "Nursing Reformer Florence Nightingale, 1845." Gale Biography in Context. Detroit: Gale, 2010. Gale Biography In Context. Web. 2 Oct. 2012. Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. (2011, March 14). [Tweet]. Retrieved from http://twitter.com/AJJInc/status/47366226846040065 1. Florence Nightingale was born in Florence, Italy. 1. True 2. Florence was the founder of Modern Nursing. 3. Florence was known as The Lady of the Lantern. 4. Florence Nightingale's father disapproved of her wanting to receive an education. 5. Florence died at the age of 94. 2. True 3. False. She was known as The Lady with the Lamp 4. False. Her father was the one who taught her, but he disapproved of her becoming a nurse. 5. False. She died at the age of 90 -Accessibility
-Inter sectoral Collaboration 6. She led a team of 38 nurses in the Crimean War 6. True. What do you know now? 1. What was the main sanitary problem during the Crimean War?
d. all of the above 1. d 2. Which one of the following was NOT a reason nursing was seen as a lowly profession in the 19th century?
a. nurses were mainly uneducated
b. it was seen as a male dominated profession
c. nurses were permitted and expected to drink alcohol while they worked.
d. many nurses were also prostitutes. 2. b 3. Florence believed nurses needed to have:
a. communicational training
b. practical training
c. scientific training
d. organized training 3. a 4. Which of these aspects of health did Florence NOT believe was essential to recovery?
a. ward cleanliness
b. preparing wholesome meals
c. client empowerment
d. holistic care 4. c 5. Florence Nightingale's influence on nursing resulted from:
a. her writings in the last 40 years of her life
b. motivation from drunk, prostitute nurses
c. her loving and caring family
d. the loss of a sick family member that wasn't tended to properly 5. a 6. Which of these did Florence acknowledge were related to economic and social policies?
a. wellness and social status
b. health and economic stance
c. social status and economic stance
d. health and wellness 6. d 7. Florence went to school in Germany to study nursing for:
a. six months
b. two months
c. three months
d. one year 7. c 8. Her parents were concerned with her choice of becoming a nurse because:
a. hospitals were filthy and awful
b. only men become nurses
c. they thought she would become involved with prostitution and drinking
d. only ladies of low income families became nurses 8. a 9. d 9. Which of these, included in primary health care are NOT a concept of Florence Nightingale's?
b. appropriate technology
d. societal crime Body Key Contributions...
- Facilitated the integration of properly trained nurses.
- Established the worlds first nursing school
- Advocated for the hygienic treatment of patients and sanitary design for hospitals
- Although Florence contributed much during her time in Crimea, her greatest influence on nursing resulted from her writings in the last 40 years of her life.
- Nightingale methodology can be identified as her "method" being the "passionate statistician" during the time
- "Notes on Nursing"
- Intersectoral collaboration: - Brought down the mortality rate from 42.7% to 2.2% due to cleanliness and fresh air as a form of disease prevention (Crimean War)
- Workhouse infirmaries were made to equal the typical hospital
- Pioneered the foundation text for nursing practice
Pressed on reforms and giving out suggestions to address the importance of having a skilled nurse in a medical setting
- She proposed the idea of separating different people according to their illness
- Metropolitan Poor Bill
- Scientific methods, information gathering, surveys, questionnaires, all helped in Florence's attempts on reforming the nursing profession for the better as well as changes in the administrative structure.
-health promotion, disease prevention, curative care, rehabilitation, and support and palliative care are accessible to all.
- supported the development of community-based health services in the form of district nursing to bring nurses closer to the population.Public Participation: Encouraged people to take charge of their own situation and become independent, instead of relying on charity.
- Health promotion: The effectiveness of her interventions aimed at improving factors such as quality of the environment, diet and psychological support for the sick and the injured led to an important reduction in the mortality rate.
- Crime prevention>Crime punishment
- She also put efforts into developing health services in the community.
-Appropriate technology calls for the development of skills, innovative models for health care and research
-Observation of the context of care was an essential strategy for caregivers.
- Intersectoral collaboration: Nightingale acknowledged that health and wellness are related to economic and social policies.
- the many biographies of her life recount her contacts with and the pressure she put on various political bodies such as Queen Victoria, government members, numerous civil servants and print journalists to advance her projects
- liberal education, history and mathematics are all essential to the implementation of her projects