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Religion and Religious Orders--The Reformation
1500AD; religious movement beginning early in the 16th century that resulted in the formation of various Protestant churches; monasteries closed; nursing care suffered due to many of these orders involved in caring for sick; caused almost total disappearance of male RN--most after 1500 women (Catholic)
Religion and Religious Orders--Order of the Deaconesses
earliest record of Christian nursing; 1st public health nursing org; 3-4th century Roman Empire; suppressed during middle ages by west churches; 1836 reinstituted and opened hospital in Kaiserworth, Germany
Religion and Religious Orders--Sister's of Mercy-->Reformation
Roman Catholic society formed by Catherine McAuley in Dublin; sisters nursed victims of cholera epidemic in 1832
Religion and Religious Orders--Sister's of charity-->Reformation
1633; founded by St. Vincent de Paul widely known as visiting nurses; attended to ill in hospitals, asylums and poor houses; 1st superintendent Louise de Gras established the 1st nursing educational programs
Religion and Religious Orders--Benedictine Order
Order of St. Benedict; relgious order located halfway between Rome and Naples; workers sent throughout Europe raising stds of education and culture and prov better care for the sick and poor; care of sick placed above every other duty of the monks; bathing stressed as tx for sick
Religion and Religious Orders--Fabiola
3rd and 4th century; wealthy matron of Roman Empire that converted to Christianity and used wealth to provide houses of care and healing for poor, sick, and homeless
Religion and Religious Orders--Knights Hospitallers
middle ages (Crusades); also known as Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem; others Tartonic Knights and Knights of St. Lazarus; dedicated to care of people with leprosy, syphillus, and chronic skin conditions; military religious orders founded by monks 11-13th century; most prominent Order of St. Benedict; most important duty to care for sick; considered bathing primary and estab infirmatories within monasteries; orders sent monks thru Europe to prov care for sick and poor