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Adeno

Gland

Arthr/o

Joint

Carcin/o

Cancer/cancerous

Cardi/o

Heart

Cephal/o

Head

Cerebr/o

Cerebrum

Cyst/o

Urinary bladder

Cyt/o

Cell

Derm/o, dermat/o

Skin

Electr/o

Electricity

Enter/o

Intestines

Erythr/o

Red

Gastr/o

Stomach

Gynec/o

Woman, Female

Hemat/o, hem/o

Blood

Hepat/o

Liver

Leuk/o

White

Nephr/o

Kidney

Neur/o

Nerve

Onc/o

Tumor

Ophthalm/o

Eye

Oste/o

Bone

Path/o

Disease

Ped/o

Child

Psych/o

Mind

Radi/o

X-rays

Ren/o

Kidney

Rhin/o

Nose

Sarc/o

Flesh

Thromb/o

Clot, clotting

Ur/o

Urinary tract, Urine

a, an

No, Not, Without

Auto

Self

Dia

Through, Complete

Dia

Through, Complete

Endo-

Within, In

Dia

Through, Complete

Endo-

Within, In

Epi-

Above, Upon

Dia

Through, Complete

Endo-

Within, In

Epi-

Above, Upon

Ex-, Exo-

Out

Dia

Through, Complete

Endo-

Within, In

Epi-

Above, Upon

Ex-, Exo-

Out

Hyper-

Excessive, Above, More Than Normal

Hypo-

Deficient, Below, Less Than Normal

Hypo-

Deficient, Below, Less Than Normal

In-

Into, In

Peri-

Surrounding, Around

Pro-

Before

Re-

Back, Backward, Again

Retro-

Behind

Retro-

Behind

Sub-

Below, Under

Retro-

Behind

Sub-

Below, Under

Trans-

Across, Through

Retro-

Behind

Sub-

Below, Under

Trans-

Across, Through

Brady-

Slow

Retro-

Behind

Sub-

Below, Under

Trans-

Across, Through

Brady-

Slow

Tachy-

Fast

Phleb/o

Vein

Arteri/o

Artery

Ab-

Away, Lack Of

Ab-

Away, Lack Of

Ad-

To, Toward, Near

Ante-

Before

Ante-

Before

Anti-

Against

Ante-

Before

Anti-

Against

Bi-

Two

Ante-

Before

Anti-

Against

Bi-

Two

Contra-

Against, Opposed

Ambi-

Both

Ambi-

Both

Dys-

Pain, Difficulty

Ambi-

Both

Dys-

Pain, Difficulty

Extra-

Outside

Ambi-

Both

Dys-

Pain, Difficulty

Extra-

Outside

Inter-

Between

Ambi-

Both

Dys-

Pain, Difficulty

Extra-

Outside

Inter-

Between

Meta-

Beyond, Over, Change

Ambi-

Both

Dys-

Pain, Difficulty

Extra-

Outside

Inter-

Between

Meta-

Beyond, Over, Change

Neo-

New

Ambi-

Both

Dys-

Pain, Difficulty

Extra-

Outside

Inter-

Between

Meta-

Beyond, Over, Change

Neo-

New

Para-

Irregular, Around, Wrong

Ambi-

Both

Dys-

Pain, Difficulty

Extra-

Outside

Inter-

Between

Meta-

Beyond, Over, Change

Neo-

New

Para-

Irregular, Around, Wrong

Poly-

Many

Intra-

Within

Intra-

Within

Post-

After

Pre-, Pro-

Before

Pre-, Pro-

Before

Syn-

With, Together

Tri-

Three

Tri-

Three

Hemi-

Half

Tri-

Three

Hemi-

Half

Uni-

One

Hyst/o

Tissue

Somat/o

Body

Somat/o

Body

Pseudo-

False

Super-

Above

Semi-

Half

Pneum/o

Lung

Pneum/o

Lung

Olig/o

Little

Pneum/o

Lung

Olig/o

Little

Necr/o

Dead

Meg-

Great

Macro-

Large

Micro-

Small

Idio-

Self, Separate

Chole/o

Bile

Started first midwifery school in the United States

Mary Breckinridge

"Father of Medicine"

Hippocrates

Paid for first free hospital in Rome in 390 AD

Fabiola

First visiting nurse and deaconess

Phoebe

Founder of Modern Nursing

Florence Nightingale

Founder of Modern Nursing

Florence Nightingale

Clara Barton

Established the American Red Cross

Founder of Modern Nursing

Florence Nightingale

Clara Barton

Established the American Red Cross

Founded the School of Nursing at John Hopkins

Isabel Hampton Robb

Dorothea Dix

Advocates for the mentally ill

Dorothea Dix

Advocates for the mentally ill

Founder of American Public Health Nursing

Lillian Wald

Dorothea Dix

Advocates for the mentally ill

Founder of American Public Health Nursing

Lillian Wald

Mary Mahoney

First African American professional nurse

Dorothea Dix

Advocates for the mentally ill

Founder of American Public Health Nursing

Lillian Wald

Mary Mahoney

First African American professional nurse

First Nurse Educater

St. Marcella

Dorothea Dix

Advocates for the mentally ill

Founder of American Public Health Nursing

Lillian Wald

Mary Mahoney

First African American professional nurse

First Nurse Educater

St. Marcella

St. Helena

established the first home for the aged

Dorothea Dix

Advocates for the mentally ill

Founder of American Public Health Nursing

Lillian Wald

Mary Mahoney

First African American professional nurse

First Nurse Educater

St. Marcella

St. Helena

established the first home for the aged

Established Inns and Hotels to care for pilgrims in Jerusalem; First to teach nursing as an art rather than a service

St. Paula

Dorothea Dix

Advocates for the mentally ill

Founder of American Public Health Nursing

Lillian Wald

Mary Mahoney

First African American professional nurse

First Nurse Educater

St. Marcella

St. Helena

established the first home for the aged

Established Inns and Hotels to care for pilgrims in Jerusalem; First to teach nursing as an art rather than a service

St. Paula

Linda Richards

First trained nurse in the United States

Dorothea Dix

Advocates for the mentally ill

Founder of American Public Health Nursing

Lillian Wald

Mary Mahoney

First African American professional nurse

First Nurse Educater

St. Marcella

St. Helena

established the first home for the aged

Established Inns and Hotels to care for pilgrims in Jerusalem; First to teach nursing as an art rather than a service

St. Paula

Linda Richards

First trained nurse in the United States

Established the first college based nursing program with Robb at Teachers College in Columbia

Mary Nutting

Assisted Robb in founding the American Society of Training Schools of Nursing

Lavinia Dock

What word derives from the Latin word meaning "to nourish"?

Nurse

What word derives from the Latin word meaning "to nourish"?

Nurse

What was a nurse originally responsible for?

Nutrition and Diets

What word derives from the Latin word meaning "to nourish"?

Nurse

What was a nurse originally responsible for?

Nutrition and Diets

What did care givers used to call patients?

Clients

What word derives from the Latin word meaning "to nourish"?

Nurse

What was a nurse originally responsible for?

Nutrition and Diets

What did care givers used to call patients?

Clients

What is an art and a science?

Nursing

What word derives from the Latin word meaning "to nourish"?

Nurse

What was a nurse originally responsible for?

Nutrition and Diets

What did care givers used to call patients?

Clients

What is an art and a science?

Nursing

The art and science of assisting individuals to learn to care for themselves and of caring for them when the cannot meet their own needs.

Nursing

What were "hostels"?

Hospitals

What were "hostels"?

Hospitals

What was a big influence on nursing?

Religion - illness was thought to be possession/ demons/ punishment for sin. They used a shaman (medicine man) to care for sick.

Who takes the Hippocratic Oath?

Doctors (Med School Graduates)

Florence Nightingale School of Nursing

Character reference & exams ; records of student progress (Nightingale plan); the beginning of nursing practice standards

First real school of nursing in the United States

Pittsburgh Infirmary

Who emphasized holistic care?

Hippocrates

Holistic Care

Caring for the whole person. Emotion, lifestyle, physical and mental illness, spiritual and individual challenges.

Most nurses used to be religious based and worked where?

Men and women of religious orders cared for the sick in monasteries or hospitals

Why were female nurses nearly eliminated?

Women were considered evil by nature and were often executed as witches for treating any illness

The Dark Ages of Nursing

1500s-1800s. The Reformation (European religious movement). The few women who cared for the sick were prisoners or prostitutes.

When was nursing considered the most menial and undesirable of all jobs?

Dark Ages of Nursing

First nursing school

Kaiserswerth School for Nursing In Germany. By Paster Theodor Fliedner. Most famous student Florence Nightingale.

Worked to develop public awareness of the need for educated nurses. Her family disowned her for becoming a nurse.

Florence Nightingale

Nightingales 5 essential Points

Clean air, clean water, efficient drainage, cleanliness, light

The Nursing Insignia

The "Nightingale Lamp"

Nursing during the First and Second World Wars

Contributed to the profession's and to women's evolving roles in society

Nursing insignia symbolize?

Symbolize nursing history ad heritage

Nursing insignia symbolize?

Symbolize nursing history ad heritage

Insignia definition

Distinguishing badge of authority or honor

Nursing insignia symbolize?

Symbolize nursing history ad heritage

Insignia definition

Distinguishing badge of authority or honor

UAP

Unlicensed Assistive Personnel

Nursing insignia symbolize?

Symbolize nursing history ad heritage

Insignia definition

Distinguishing badge of authority or honor

UAP

Unlicensed Assistive Personnel

NP

Advance Practice Nurse or Nurse Practitioner

Nursing insignia symbolize?

Symbolize nursing history ad heritage

Insignia definition

Distinguishing badge of authority or honor

UAP

Unlicensed Assistive Personnel

NP

Advance Practice Nurse or Nurse Practitioner

AD-RN / Technical Nurse

2 year program, associates degree

Nursing insignia symbolize?

Symbolize nursing history ad heritage

Insignia definition

Distinguishing badge of authority or honor

UAP

Unlicensed Assistive Personnel

NP

Advance Practice Nurse or Nurse Practitioner

AD-RN / Technical Nurse

2 year program, associates degree

Nursing Program Approval vs. Accredited

Approval is mandatory by the state like Board of Nursing. Accredited is voluntary. And has someone come in and say it's excellent

Nursing insignia symbolize?

Symbolize nursing history ad heritage

Insignia definition

Distinguishing badge of authority or honor

UAP

Unlicensed Assistive Personnel

NP

Advance Practice Nurse or Nurse Practitioner

AD-RN / Technical Nurse

2 year program, associates degree

Nursing Program Approval vs. Accredited

Approval is mandatory by the state like Board of Nursing. Accredited is voluntary. And has someone come in and say it's excellent

NLN

National League for Nursing

Nursing insignia symbolize?

Symbolize nursing history ad heritage

Insignia definition

Distinguishing badge of authority or honor

UAP

Unlicensed Assistive Personnel

NP

Advance Practice Nurse or Nurse Practitioner

AD-RN / Technical Nurse

2 year program, associates degree

Nursing Program Approval vs. Accredited

Approval is mandatory by the state like Board of Nursing. Accredited is voluntary. And has someone come in and say it's excellent

NLN

National League for Nursing

Reasons for licensing laws

Protect public from unqualified workers


Make standards for the profession

NCLEX

National Councils Licensure Examination

NCLEX

National Councils Licensure Examination

Mandatory vs. Permissive Licensure

Mandatory- title "nurse"


Permissive- practicing without license. Can't use title

Nurse's Pledge

RNs- Florence Nightingale pledge


LPNs- Practical Nurse's Pledge

Nurse's Pledge

RNs- Florence Nightingale pledge


LPNs- Practical Nurse's Pledge

Nursing Roles

Care provider, teacher, leader, team member, communicator, and client advocate.

Nurse as client advocate

Helps clients understand their rights and responsibilities

Nurse as client advocate

Helps clients understand their rights and responsibilities

NAPNES

National Association for Practical Nurse Education and Service

Nurse as client advocate

Helps clients understand their rights and responsibilities

NAPNES

National Association for Practical Nurse Education and Service

NFLPN

National Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses

HOSA

Health Occupations Students of America

HOSA

Health Occupations Students of America

ANA

American Nurses Association (RNs)

Accreditation

An agency other than the state has reviewed the nursing program in detail

Accreditation

An agency other than the state has reviewed the nursing program in detail

Theoretical framework

Provides reason and purpose for nursing actions

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Tertiary care

Attempts to restore individuals to state of health before illness

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Tertiary care

Attempts to restore individuals to state of health before illness

Affordable care act

(Obamacare) effort to make healthcare more affordable

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Tertiary care

Attempts to restore individuals to state of health before illness

Affordable care act

(Obamacare) effort to make healthcare more affordable

Acute care Facility

Clients w serious conditions admitted for short amount of time

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Tertiary care

Attempts to restore individuals to state of health before illness

Affordable care act

(Obamacare) effort to make healthcare more affordable

Acute care Facility

Clients w serious conditions admitted for short amount of time

Extended care facilities

Clients discharged from Acute care facilities may be admitted for a longer period.

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Tertiary care

Attempts to restore individuals to state of health before illness

Affordable care act

(Obamacare) effort to make healthcare more affordable

Acute care Facility

Clients w serious conditions admitted for short amount of time

Extended care facilities

Clients discharged from Acute care facilities may be admitted for a longer period.

Hospice

Specializes in care of terminally ill

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Tertiary care

Attempts to restore individuals to state of health before illness

Affordable care act

(Obamacare) effort to make healthcare more affordable

Acute care Facility

Clients w serious conditions admitted for short amount of time

Extended care facilities

Clients discharged from Acute care facilities may be admitted for a longer period.

Hospice

Specializes in care of terminally ill

Telehealth

Access of Nurse thru phone

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Tertiary care

Attempts to restore individuals to state of health before illness

Affordable care act

(Obamacare) effort to make healthcare more affordable

Acute care Facility

Clients w serious conditions admitted for short amount of time

Extended care facilities

Clients discharged from Acute care facilities may be admitted for a longer period.

Hospice

Specializes in care of terminally ill

Telehealth

Access of Nurse thru phone

Acuity

Need for healthcare services

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Tertiary care

Attempts to restore individuals to state of health before illness

Affordable care act

(Obamacare) effort to make healthcare more affordable

Acute care Facility

Clients w serious conditions admitted for short amount of time

Extended care facilities

Clients discharged from Acute care facilities may be admitted for a longer period.

Hospice

Specializes in care of terminally ill

Telehealth

Access of Nurse thru phone

Acuity

Need for healthcare services

Public Heath service

Immunizations, well baby checks, treatment for specific disease

Primary Care

Promote wellness and prevent illness or disability

Community health clinics

Low cost healthcare services to the public

Secondary care

Diagnosis and treatment after client exhibits symptoms of illness

Tertiary care

Attempts to restore individuals to state of health before illness

Affordable care act

(Obamacare) effort to make healthcare more affordable

Acute care Facility

Clients w serious conditions admitted for short amount of time

Extended care facilities

Clients discharged from Acute care facilities may be admitted for a longer period.

Hospice

Specializes in care of terminally ill

Telehealth

Access of Nurse thru phone

Acuity

Need for healthcare services

Public Heath service

Immunizations, well baby checks, treatment for specific disease

Independent living facilities

Homelike environment for mentally challenged

Independent living facilities

Homelike environment for mentally challenged

Industrial nurse

Workplace accidents. OSHA

Independent living facilities

Homelike environment for mentally challenged

Industrial nurse

Workplace accidents. OSHA

QA

Quality Assurance

Independent living facilities

Homelike environment for mentally challenged

Industrial nurse

Workplace accidents. OSHA

QA

Quality Assurance

Roles of client advocate

Back (Definition)

Independent living facilities

Homelike environment for mentally challenged

Industrial nurse

Workplace accidents. OSHA

QA

Quality Assurance

Roles of client advocate

Back (Definition)

Types of insurance

Individual private, group, fee for service plans(disability), managed care

Independent living facilities

Homelike environment for mentally challenged

Types of pollution

Air, water, land, noise

Secondhand smoke can cause

Asthma & ear infections in young children. Teens- acute respiratory problems. Elderly- pneumonia

Roles of client advocate

QA

Quality Assurance

Roles of client advocate

Types of insurance

Individual private, group, fee for service plans(disability), managed care

Community Heath

The aggregate health of a population: town, state, nation, or planet

WHO

World Health Organization


-sets guidelines for health promotion worldwide

USPHS

United States Public Health Service

Planned Parenthood

Focuses on family planning and prevention of STI's

NAHCC

National Association of Healthcare Centers


All community health centers usually belong it it.