Community Health Nursing A Canadian Perspective 4th Edition by Lynnette – Test Bank


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Community Health Nursing A Canadian Perspective 4th Edition by Lynnette – Test Bank

1. Contrast the three sectors of nursing that existed in Canada in the 20th century.


2. Analyze how people viewed health, the individual, and the state in Canada in the early 20th century.


3. Discuss three negative outcomes of a school nurse in the 1940s focusing her efforts on new immigrant families in a school home visiting program.


4. Define the social gospel movement and discuss two reasons why it was important to the improvement of women’s and children’s health in early 20th-century Canada.


5. Describe the role of women’s farm groups in the establishment of rural community health nursing services.


6. Maternal feminists were instrumental in developing which social program in early 20th-century Canada?
a. Employment insurance
b. Public health movement
c. Canada Pension Plan
d. Child welfare movement


7. Who would a visiting nurse most likely work with in the early 1900s in Canada?
a. Families who could afford to pay
b. Poor and destitute families
c. The community
d. School children


8. Which community health nursing specialty emerged in early 20th-century Canada to combat communicable disease, infant mortality, and childhood morbidity?
a. Visiting nursing
b. District nursing
c. Private-duty nursing
d. Public health nursing


9. In the early 20th century, health departments were dissolved after a local emergency was over. Which statement below characterizes the social attitude of the era?
a. Public health was the responsibility of doctors.
b. Visiting nurses were responsible for community health.
c. The state is not responsible for health care.
d. Women should not be working outside the family.


10. What was the major reason for the change in funding for tuberculosis nurses in early 20th-century Winnipeg?
a. Allow nurses more autonomy and freedom
b. Establish comprehensive health promotion programs
c. Provide nurses with more regulatory power
d. Control nurses’ educational preparation



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