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7 Cards in this Set

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Florence Nightingale
"Mother of Modern Nursing"; traditionally the 1st nurse; was in same historical time as C. Dickens and Sairey Gamp
Linda Richards
American First Trained Nurse, in 1873.
Clara Barton
Founder of the American Red Cross
Mary Mahoney
First black graduate in 1879, was 1:3 nurses in her graduating class; "Symbol of Opportunities in Nursing"
Judeo-Christian Tradition
Helping others, caring for the sick and poor
Dr. Mildred Montag
Technical Nurse Program Starter; started in 1951, had three program in 1953
Charles Dickens and Sairey Gamp
Dicken's character that is a nurse who shows how bad nurses were at that time, were old prostitutes