In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

Index Air Force Nurses Corps, 209 American College of Hospital Administrators , 164 American College of Surgeons, 163 American Hospital Association (AHA), 72, 161, 163, 164 Americanization, 135-36 American Journal ofNursing, 4, 33; on hospital rationalization, 174-75; on hospital schools, 33, 44; on hospital working conditions, 195; on private duty, 89, 98; and traditionalists, 25, 26 American Medical Association (AMA), 107; and Brown report, 74; opposed to federal funding of nursing education , 72; opposed to SheppardTowner , 143; protests Committee on the Costs of Medical Care report , 143; and resistance to public health movement, 130-31 American Nurses' Association (ANA), 11, 34, 122, 123, 142, 194; and auxiliary workers, 180-81, 182; and Brown report, 69; classifies private duty as non-essential service, 110; and collective bargaining, 198, 199-202 , 214-15; commissions Burgess report, 40; demands equal pay for associate-degree riurses, 209; and response to private-duty crisis, 96-97, 98, 100-101; seeks federal funding for nursing education, 74 American Society of Superintendents of Training Schools (ASSTS), 33, 34. See also National League of Nursing Education (NLNE) American Surgical Association, 72 Apprenticeship culture, 207-10. See also Hospital schools; Student nurses; Work culture Army Nurse Corps, 209 Association of Collegiate Schools of Nursing, 155 Authoritarianism, 71 Authoritarianism in Nurses, 193 Auxiliary workers: in fiction, 180; in hospitals, 7, 173, 177-83, 196-97; and influence of World War II, 46, 180, 185; in private duty, 92-93, 95; in public health, 148--51; training of, 181. See also Licensed practical nurses; National Association for Practical Nurses' Education Bellevue Hospital, 30 "Big Nurse," 191 Blue Cross-Blue Shield, 155, 167. See also Third-party funding Boston City Hospital, 30 Braverman, Harry, 8 Brewster, Mary, 115 Brown, Esther Lucile, 46, 47. See also Brown report Brown report, 68, 69, 71, 72, 74, 75, 207; conflict over, 182-83 Burgess, May Ayres, 40. See also Burgess report Burgess report: on auxiliary workers, 178; on declining standards in hospital schools, 42; on hospital nursing , 169; on married nurses, 195; on nurses' family backgrounds, 43-44; on oversupply of nurses, 40; on private duty nursing, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 99, 106, 107, 108 Cadet Nurse Corps, 45, 74 California State Nurses' Association, 200 Canadian Nurses' Association, 34 Case method, 204 256 "Case-picking," 80, 108-9 Chamberlain-Kahn Act, 119 Child Health Organization, 138 Children's Bureau, 11~17 Civil Works Administration, 144 Committee of 430, 143 Committee on the Costs of Medical Care (CCMC), 143 Committee on the Training of Hospital Executives, 163-64 Committee to Implement the Brown Report, 47 Connecticut Hospital, 30 Crandall, Ella Phillips, 121 Davis, Graham L., 72 Dock, Lavinia, 34, 76 Draft of nurses, 111, 180, 184 "Drink of Water, A," 192 Economic Security Program, 200-202, 214 Emergency Professional Health Training Act of 1949, 72 Federal Emergency Relief Administration , 144, 145 "Feminine mystique, the," 71, 195 Feminism, 21~17 Freidson, Eliot, 17, 18, 19, 95 Gardner, Mary Sewall, 117, 121, 133 Geister, Janet, 197 Ginzberg report, 73 Goffman, Erving, 49, 51 Group nursing, 97 Gutman, Herbert, 8 Health maintenance organizations, 211 Hill-Burton Act, 184 "Horsie," 107-8, 191 Hospital administrators, 163-65. See also Hospitals; Hospital schools; Hospital staff nursing; Rationalization Hospitals: changing physical design of, 162; funding of, 161, 16~67; growth of, 31-32, 161; hiring practices of, 171-72, 195--96; and influence of depression, 16~67; a nurses' primary workplace, 111; turnover in, 170, 171, 194--95; and use of graduate nursing staffs, 110, INDEX 168; and use of student labor, 33, 37, 38-39, 40-41, 44, 70, 165-66. See also Hospital schools; Hospital staff nurses; Hospital staff nursing; Rationalization Hospital schools: admission standards in 1920s, 42-43, 44; and code of discipline , 53-63; and concept of skill, 48; curriculum of, 40-41, 44, 52, 70; decline of, 208; defended by doctors, 73-74; defended by hospital administrators , 72-73; disadvantage of, 40-41,69-71; and fear of homosexuality , 64--65; growth of, 40; and impact of depression, 45; as initiation , 38-39, 48-49, 60-83; and oversupply of nurses, 40-41, 87, 88, 94; as primary educator of nurses, 39, 47; and religion, 59--60; as "total institutions ," 49-51; as women's culture , 64, 67. See also Apprenticeship culture; Hospitals; Nursing education ; Student nurses Hospital staff nurses: compared to student nurses, 165--66; critical of wages and working conditions, 17273 , 194--98; in fiction, 191-93; and rationalization, 169, 174, 175--77...

pdf

Additional Information

ISBN
9781439904602
Related ISBN
9780877222903
MARC Record
OCLC
639014043
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
Back To Top

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.