Jean Watson – Caring Science Theory Katrine S. Edwards Mercy College Abstract Dr. Jean Watson began her career as a Registered Nurse in 1961, however, she did not stop learning and advancing her mind there. Over several years she obtained multiple degrees; including a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Counseling. Serious personal loss led Dr. Watson to fully realize her beliefs and to truly comprehend her own writings stimulating her to formulate her Caring Science Theory. Dr. Watson’s theory is comprised of 10 Caritas Processes that bring arts and humanities together with science to provide more loving and compassionate care to yourself and others. Dr. Watson’s theory speaks to me because I believe that everyone is entitled
The Little Rock Nine influenced and shaped the Civil Rights Movement. With the help of her eight peers, her mother, and encouraging grandmother, Melba Pattillo Beals was able to overcome all of the obstacles that were standing in her way to a bright future. Melba was able to earn a bachelor’s degree from San Francisco State University and achieved a graduate degree from Columbia University. She worked as an NBC reporter for a long period of time. Today she is the author of books about public relations and is a communications consultant.
As a result of her declining to make the promise, she was given an option of a fine or a jail sentence. She ended up choosing to spend thirty days, in the Queens County Penitentiary, to finish her sentence without incident (Posts about Comstock Law on Margaret Sanger Paper Project). Right after, in 1942, Sanger founded the American Birth Control League, which eventually became known as the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (Margaret Sanger (1872-1966)). According to Sanger, “The most important force is remaking if the world is free motherhood” (Sanger 2). Sanger will see how in the future, in a world where women can create their own paths will benefit the world.
Sadly after Blackwell contracted this disease, she lost sight in one eye and had to give up her dream of being a surgeon. She returned to New York City and applied for multiple positions as a physician, but was rejected because she was a woman. Blackwell then established a private practice and her sister Emily, who had also wanted a medical career, soon joined her. Together they came up with the New York Infirmary and College for Women, which was operated by and for women. Elizabeth Blackwell also continued to fight for the admission of women to medical schools.
Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood is a widely known, non-profit organization that provides reproductive healthcare for all men and women. They have served clients within the U.S. and globally for more than one hundred years (Planned Parenthood Federation of American Inc., 2018). Planned Parenthood’s (2018) mission “aims to provide trusted community health care, inform and educate the community, lead the reproductive health and rights movement, and advance global health”. They focus on health topics including birth control, abortion, STD’s/STI’s, pregnancy, and emergency contraception. They have information about the many different types of STD’s and STI’s on their website and at their locations.
She has three decisions to make throughout the film “ Maria Full of Grace”. Maria first decision was to keep her unborn baby, which led going into the drug industry. Her second decision was to take sixty-three capsules; while putting her baby and herself at high risk. Maria last decision was to give all her money to her deceased friend Lucy. This lead Maria to stay in New York and leave the drug industry behind her in Colombia.
Therefor, the Taliban thinks that if the girl go to school, God will get angry at them, thinking that the Holy Quran mention that women must stay at home. Nevertheless, people should realize the fact that the Holy book did not prevent women from getting an education or stop them from going to school, but the terrorist misusing the name of Islam for their own benefits. "They thought that the bullets would silence us, but they failed," Malala said in a speech at the United Nations on her 16th birthday. The terrorist thought that if they close the schools, they will silence the girls from seeking for their right, but they were wrong. Moreover, Malala Yousafzai is an inspiring icon because she let the whole world listing of her
Why do I want to become a nurse? Nursing, the one job everyone says that is so fulling, and will change your perspective on the world forever. I wanted to be a nurse since the time I was 10 years old, because I saw what they do for others every day. Becoming a nurse was so important to me because, I wanted to do something in my career that is interesting, challenging, and makes a difference in people's lives on a daily basis. The one person who always told me I can do whatever I wanted in life was my mom.
Have you ever wondered why girls and women in the Middle East are obliged to cover their heads wearing a black veil? Have you ever wondered why the Shah of Iran was executed? You can find the answers to these questions in the book entitled Persepolis. A nine-year-old, rebellious Marjane lives in Iran in the 1980s during the Islamic Revolution when the new Islamic governmental law forced all young girls to wear a veil and to move to female schools. Her parents and extended family fought against the new Islamic regime, but after four years, fearing for their daughter’s safety they sent her to Austria alone.
She quit her work as a nurse and dedicated herself to progressing birth control rights in America. This led her to starting a magazine called Woman Rebel which sought to logically argue why birth control should be practiced more extensively in America. The magazine was largely banned. However, she continued to push for reform. In 1921 she established the American Birth Control League, which would later become the Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 1946.
Veronica Torres Professor John Perdue GOVT 2306 5 October 2015 Minnie Fisher Cunningham Minnie Fisher Cunningham was an extraordinary women who had many accomplishments. Throughout her life time (March 19, 1882 – December 9, 1964) she became known as a suffragist, a politician and the first executive secretary for the league of women voters’. A political worker with liberal views, she became one of the founding members of the Woman 's National Democratic Club in 1924. In her position overseeing the club 's finances, she helped the organization purchase of its Washington, D.C. headquarters, which is still in use. Minnie Fisher Cunningham had one accomplishment that is well known and is what made her become a well-known historical figure
The feminist movement has blossomed over the past three hundred years and has aided women with gaining the equal right to vote, have an education and be their own reverenced person. Although we have a long way to go, women and many more people owe these rights to Abigail Adams. She was the wife to the second president of the United States, John Adams. Abigail believed in many different ideas that are kindred to the values we have today. Our society today has been striving to give women and people of color more liberation when it comes to ownership of their bodies, opinions and rights to live.
In October 1915 she returned to the U.S and continued to advocate for women 's rights to birth control. Sanger opened the first birth control clinic but it only stayed open for nine days. She then was arrested along with her sister and staff. The were charged with breaking the Comstock Law that made it illegal to sell or distribute materials used for Abortion.
Paragraph 1: Margaret Sanger was the nation’s most important birth control supporter in the early twelfth century. She also committed her life to legalizing birth control and making it available for women all over. Sanger vulgarized the term “birth control”, opened the first birth control clinic into the United States, and established organizations that evolved into Planned Parenthood. (Jody) Paragraph 2: In 1924, the title red-string used to open Band-Aid. Brand Adhesive Bandages wrappers makes its first appearance.
Her last goal is to work at UAMS. It’s her dream place to work. This hospital has the most income of patients and she wants to help as many as possible. It’s also associated with a school which can help her move even higher up the healthcare field if she pleases. With all of these hopes and dreams, along with the help and support of her loving family, I believe Andi can do anything and everything she puts her mind to.