Fundamental Of Nursing



1. During the Renaissance period, a growing interest in science and technology led to advances in medicine and public health. This period is also known as:

2. Who made important contributions to the practice of medicine by expanding knowledge in anatomy, physiology, and medical therapeutics?

3. Which war provided Florence Nightingale with the opportunity to make significant improvements in nursing standards?

4. Who is considered the first "visiting nurse" who provided expert home nursing care in ancient Rome?

5. The Middle Ages period followed the demise of which ancient empire?

6. Which ancient civilization was the first to maintain medical records and classify medications?

7. Which regulatory body is responsible for registering and licensing nurses, midwives, and nursing auxiliaries in Pakistan?

8. What did Florence Nightingale establish to improve nursing standards?

9. The number of nursing schools with nursing students enrolled rapidly expanded by the end of which decade?

10. Which definition of nursing focuses on assisting individuals in gaining independence as rapidly as possible?

11. The Greek god of healing, to whom the Greeks prayed for magic cures for their illnesses, was:

12. Who is considered the first professional nurse in the history of Islam?

13. Nursing as a profession is not new to which religion?

14. In ancient Rome, deaconesses were selected by the church to provide care for the sick. Who is considered the first "visiting nurse" during this time?

15. Which university recently started offering PhD in Nursing, becoming the first public sector university in Pakistan to do so?

16. What was the nurse-to-population ratio in Pakistan in 1960?

17. In ancient China, an imbalance between yin and yang was believed to cause:

18. In which century did nursing professionalize rapidly in the United States?

19. The first permanent nursing school in the United States was established at the:

20. The earliest nurses learned the tricks of the trade through:

21. In which ancient society were men designated to care for the sick because they were considered priests, spiritual guides, or medicine men?

22. Who is considered the founder of modern nursing?

23. Which definition of nursing emphasizes care of ill, disabled, and dying people?

24. What does ANA stand for in nursing education?

25. The Renaissance period is also known as the:

26. Where did Rufaidah bento Saad Al Aslamiah treat the ill during the establishment of the Muslim state in Medina?

27. What is the theme of International Nurses Day celebrated on May 12?

28. What influenced the customs and practices of ancient China, including their beliefs about health and illness?

29. Why did the nurse go to art school?

30. Who is credited with attributing diseases to natural causes rather than supernatural causes and curses of gods?

31. What did British social reformers advocate for in the first half of the 19th century?

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