Nursing

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History

 

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Michael H

 

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November 20, 2014

 

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University

 

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Enrollment in increasingly university-based, rather than hospital-based, nursing programs rose after the turn of the century as the need for nurses in both civilian and military life became more and more apparent. Formal nursing education in the United States had its antecedents in Europe and England...
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One of the first formal training programs for nurses was begun in 1836 in Kaiserswerth, Germany, by Pastor Theodor Fliedner for the Order of Deaconesses. Other religious orders were also providing formalized training for nurses in Europe at that time, but Fliedner's school is noteworthy for having given the British nursing reformer Florence Nightingale her formal training...
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