A history of health care & nursing
After reading Chapter 1 and reviewing the lecture power point (located in lectures tab), please answer the following questions. Each question must have at least 3 paragraphs and you must use at 3 least references included in your post.
Additionally, you are expected to reply to two other students and include a reference that justifies your post. Your reply must be at least 3 paragraphs.
1. After reading Chapter 1, do you think Florence Nightingale is relevant in the 21 st century to the nursing profession? Why or why not?
2. What do you think would be the response of historical nursing leaders such as Florence Nightingale, Lillian Wald, and Mary Breckenridge if they could see what the profession of nursing looks like today?
The max points awarded for a discussion board are 10 points.
The breakdown is as follows:
5 points are awarded for two complete replies to other students that include 3 full paragraphs and a APA style reference
5 points are awarded for full answering all questions posted, 3 full paragraphs for each question and 3 APA style references on the post
Meeting above expectations totals 10 points. Points will be deducted for grammatical errors and APA deviations.
Here is another student post that a have to replay.
Nursing Role 1. Is Florence Nightingale r elevant in the 21 st century nursing p rofession? Florence Nightingale is noted as the first theorists of nursing as well as the founder of contemporary nursing thus her concepts are applicable to date. Nightingale affirmed that nursing is distinct from medicine as it is entirely based on care. Similarly, modern nurses are exposed to specific t raining and education that is different from physicians. Apart from this, today ’s nurses view nursing as a science and a n art. This was one of Nightingale’s assumption in her environmental theory. Further, the theor ist’s documents has her philosophical beliefs and assumptions concerning all elements in the vast nursing paradigms such as the essential role of nurses, importance of personal hygiene , cleanliness of the household environment , and general sanitary . Most o f her canons are cherished across the globe by modern nurses of today . 2. What would be the response of historical nursing leaders if they could see how the profession of nursing looks like today? Historical nursing leaders would be overwhelmed with the modern nursing profes sion. There were a few notable nursing schools in the past but more institutions have mushroomed since. Relatively, there are numerous extensive nursing training programs today which play a pivotal role in enhancing the skills of conte mporary care give rs. Also, modern institutions