Transformation In Nursing

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Introduction
Transformation has occurred in nursing practice through history. In the past, there was no school to train nurses, it was often nun’s who use to take care of sick. There were no professionally trained midwives to conduct labor. But between 18th and 19th century nursing profession expanded and they were utilized for caring sick and wounded solder’s of war. Florence Nightingale filled in as a medical caretaker amid the Crimean War1853, amid that period she created standard of neatness at work environment, in the end first nursing school was opened by Florence Nightingale (Florence Nightingale School) for Nurses in London in 1860. (http://www.nursingschoolspath.com/the-history-of-nursing/)

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From the perspective of sample size, the small number of participants cannot be viewed as representative of the state RN population. Also, this RN population does not represent a random sample. With distribution to "primary sites" (professional organizations), followed by dissemination to other groups, there is no way to accurately assess how many people received the needs assessment but did not reply. The significantly higher number of responses suggests greater awareness and professional distribution opportunities within the region of the academic sponsor site.
An online needs assessment method may affect response rates as a result of Internet access or technical abilities of potential participants. Among health professionals, the high volume of e-mail and lack of incentives may contribute to poor response rates for online and web-based needs assessments (Kittleson & Brown, 2005). The use of professional organizational channels for e-mail distribution may also limit access by the general nursing population, resulting in an incomplete perspective of RN learning
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