Nurses' Work: Issues Across Time and Place

Nurses' Work: Issues Across Time and Place

By: Ellen D. Baer (editor), Joan E. Lynaugh (editor), Sylvia Rinker (editor), Patricia D'Antonio (editor)Hardback

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With contributions from some of the most renowned nursing scholars and historians, the real-life history of how nurses worked and how they endured the ever-changing economic, social, educational, and technological milieu is presented in a captivating collection of articles. Through time and place, experts chronicle nurses' work by presenting actual accounts of clinical practice experiences. Depicting their relationships with family, patients and their community, the collection follows the evolution of nursing from the role as family caregiver to public nursing work today. Some of the historical events presented provide fascinating insight and include: the economic implications of nursing work as a viable career; the distinction between the nurse practitioner and other care giving fields; evolution of male caregivers to clinical practice nurses; contributions and reform made by black community nurses; and nurses' relationship with technology.

Contents

Preface; Section 1: Those Who Do Nurses Work; Introduction, Patricia D'Antonio; Family Caregiving in the Nineteenth Century: Emily Hawley Gillespie and Sarah Gillespie, 1858-1888, Emily K. Abel; The Legacy of Domesticity: Nursing in Early Nineteenth Century America, Patricia D'Antonio; Unheralded Nurses: Male Caregivers in the Nineteenth Century South, Linda E. Sabin; ""Satisfied to Carry the Bag"": Three Black Community Health Nurses' Contributions to Health Care Reform, 1900-1937, Marie O. Pitts Mosley; Section 2: Nurses Ambivalent Relationship with Money; Introduction, Ellen D. Baer; A Sound Economic Basis for Nursing, Mary Adelaide Nutting; Nursing's Divided House - An Historical View, Ellen D. Baer; ""A Necessity in the Nursing World"": The Chicago Professional Registry, 1913-1959, Jean C. Whelan; The Cost of Caring: The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company's Visiting Nurse Service, 1900-1953, Diane Hamilton; Section 3: Nurses' Work; Introduction, Sylvia D. Rinker; Nurses: The Early Twentieth Century Tuberculosis Preventorium's ""Connecting Link"", Cynthia A. Connolly; ""The Steel Cocoon:"" Tales of Nurses and Patients of the Iron Lung, 1929-1955, Lynne M. Dunphy; Alternative Visions: The Nurse-Technology Relationship in the Context of the History of Technology, Julie Fairman; Blood Work: Canadian Nursing and Blood Transfusion, 1942-1990, Cynthia Toman; Section 4: Work and Knowledge; Introduction, Joan E. Lynaugh; Theory and Practice, Agnes S. Brennen; The Nurse-Clinician, Frances Reiter; The Development of a Personal Concept, Virginia A. Henderson; Clinical Nursing Practices and Patient Outcomes: Evaluation, Evolution, and Revolution, Margaret D. Sovie; Historical Analysis of Siderail Use in American Hospitals, Barbara L. Brush and Elizabeth Capezuti; Index.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780826102119
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 392
  • ID: 9780826102119
  • ISBN10: 0826102115

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