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Moreover, it was crucial to the upgrading of nursing education because it determined what requirements a nurse must meet before she would be eligible for licensure. Licensure would set the stage for nursing to move from a trade occupation to a profession. The Specialties, Circa 1900s The use of the term specialist in nursing can be traced to the turn of the twentieth century when hospitals offered postgraduate courses in a variety of specialty areas including anesthesia, tuberculosis, operating room, laboratory, and dietetics.
Registered nurses) but was not a graduate program in the modern sense of the term. “Primary Care,” Circa 1930s In addition to providing midwifery services, the FNS nurses in Leslie County, Kentucky, informally modeled what would become in the 1960s the primary care NP role. In fact, during the 1930s, the FNS continued the work Breckinridge had started in 1928, providing most of the primary health care needed by people living in rural Appalachia. Working out of eight centers that covered about 78 square miles in remote mountainous regions, the FNS nurses had considerable autonomy.
4 Key to the midwives' success was that they were not posing a threat to private obstetricians: the FNS delivered babies in the backwoods of Kentucky. , registered nurses) but was not a graduate program in the modern sense of the term. “Primary Care,” Circa 1930s In addition to providing midwifery services, the FNS nurses in Leslie County, Kentucky, informally modeled what would become in the 1960s the primary care NP role. In fact, during the 1930s, the FNS continued the work Breckinridge had started in 1928, providing most of the primary health care needed by people living in rural Appalachia.