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Development of healthcare, hospitals and nursing in the United States from colonial times, through the American Revolution, the Civil War, industrialization, the two World Wars to the current state of being a most respected profession. Milestones are presented through the lives of key individuals including: Florence Nightingale, Dorthea Dix, Clara Barton, Linda Richards, Mary Eliza Mahoney, Lillian Wald and Margaret Sanger. The evolution of professional nursing education leading to certification, licensing and 21 areas of nursing specialization in today’s healthcare environment.
Length: 30 minutes
Copyright date: ©2022
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