Advanced Practice Nursing: An Integrative Approach, 4th by Ann B. Hamric

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Complex perform Nursing : Integrative strategy 4TH version by way of Ann B. Hamric, Judith A. Spross and Charlene M. Hanson. W.B. Saunders Co.,2008

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1The word training was commonly used to describe nursing education in this era. 2This is a generalization. Class and race were determining factors in women's nursing duties. Black slaves, for example, provided much direct patient care in the South. In the decade after the Civil War, hospitals throughout the United States opened nurse training schools modeled according to Florence Nightingale's school at St. Thomas Hospital in London. S. hospitals used student nurses for staffing rather than employing graduate nurses.

I can report that out of this number, 1,092 cases, we have not had an accident; we have not had occasion to use artificial respiration once; nor one case of ether pneumonia; neither have we had any serious renal results. Tongue forceps were used but once, the operation was on the jaw and it was quite necessary. (p. 306) Between 1899 and 1901, the Mayo surgeons added a woman physician anesthesiologist, Dr. Isabelle Herb, and several other nurse anesthetists to their surgical teams—soon becoming world-renowned for their nurse anesthesia training program (Strickland, 1995).

As a growing and critical component of present and future health care delivery systems, APNs are and must continue to be active participants in solving some of the pressing problems in health care delivery. We remain convinced that advanced practice nursing is essential to improving the health and well-being of the citizens of this nation and that increasing numbers of competent, well-prepared APNs will be needed as this century unfolds. As part of our succession planning, we have brought Dr. Mary Fran Tracy into many of the editorial activities that go into an undertaking of this magnitude.

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