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Ordered to Care – Chapter 3. Character as skill: the ideology of discipline. Character as skill: the ideology of discipline. Transformation of hospitals Chronic care to acute care Training of nurses introduced in 1873 “invention of the modern hospital”.

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ordered to care chapter 3

Ordered to Care – Chapter 3

Character as skill: the ideology of discipline

character as skill the ideology of discipline
Character as skill: the ideology of discipline
  • Transformation of hospitals
    • Chronic care to acute care
    • Training of nurses introduced in 1873
    • “invention of the modern hospital”
all our women are florence nightingales
“All Our Women are Florence Nightingales”
  • Civil War was the first U.S. war in which women as nurses played a major role
    • Women motivated by patriotism, familial duty, or search for meaningful work and adventure
    • However most faced filth, stench, disorder, the severely wounded and dying and physician hostility
    • Many gave up nursing and turned to the Sanitation Commission
    • Civil War taught us that there was a need for the organized training of nurses in the military and back in civilian hospitals
a woman of character
A Woman of Character

Character

Virtues

Character was to be the major difference between untrained and the new trained nurses

Training aimed to mold or “retemper” character

  • “Womanly”
  • Attentive
  • Trustworthy
  • Submission
  • Self-sacrifice
  • Altruism
  • Behavior
  • A “gentlewoman”
the monitoring of student behavior
The Monitoring of Student Behavior
  • Majority of training focused on behavior not nursing techniques
    • Quietness, poise, maturity, physical appearance
  • Serious transgressions
    • Included crudeness, sexual displays, comradeship with the “help”, drunkenness, pregnancy, or refusal to follow physicians’ orders
  • Punishment was usually suspension or dismissal
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