Today, millions of women can implement their rights to vote in all elections in the united states of America, but this (rights) did not come easily to those women who sacrifice their lives to make this happen. In the speech “Address to Congress on Women’s Suffrage”, Catt delivered her message for women’s right from a firsthand account of what she had experienced as a woman living in the United States of America in the 19th century. She advocated for the rights of women to vote because she believes in equal rights and justice for all citizens. The speech was very successful because of the use of ethos, pathos, and logos. The purpose of the speech was to pressure Congress into passing a legislation that would give women the right to vote in the United States of America.
Sanger will see how in the future, in a world where women can create their own paths will benefit the world. Sanger’s Planned Parenthood movement won victories as well as further support, such as how birth control and then later how abortion became legal, which led to better contraceptive method developments, like the pill, and the government began to finance family planning mainly for low-income women
Impact of IOM Report on Nursing Education The Institute of Medicine (IOM) is a Non-Governmental (NGO) and non-affiliated organization. The organization is considered as very prominent and influential. The major role of IOM is to provide recommendations and advice to the government and private sectors. It was founded in 1970 and has been a torch bearer and cause for many signs of progress in nursing like nursing practices, procedures, and education A recent report from IOM has been related to the relevance and importance of higher education for nurses. The report has been viral on various medias and conferences.
This essay explores historical, structural elements of society, in order to enlighten our understanding of the world in relation to Atwood 's The Handmaid 's Tale. notable sources include Betty Friedan, Nathaniel Hawthorne, George Orwell, Germaine Greer, and Emma Watson Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique (1963)is widely regarded as one of the most influential nonfiction books of the 20th century and is widely credited with sparking the beginning of second-wave feminism in the United States. In the 1950s and 60s, the societal belief was that fulfillment for women could only be found in raising children, looking after the home and meeting their husband 's needs. She highlights the fears of Americans during World War II and The cold war and the want for a “idealized” home life, farther is the breadwinner while the mother is the stay at home housewife. This was helped along by the fact that many of the women who worked during the war filling jobs previously done by men faced dismissal, discrimination, and hostility when the men returned from the war.
One form of conservative therapy which has gained increased attention from clinicians and researchers in the management of back pain among general population is that advocated by McKenzie (1980 and 1981) [15, 16]. Studies from different parts of the world had offer strong support for the acceptance of the McKenzie protocol (MP) in treating back pain in the general population [17, 18, 19]. (Battie et al., 1994; Foster et al, 1999, Ayanniyi et al, 2006) Such investigations, however, have left unclear the specific effect of MP on back pain in pregnancy. Nevertheless, according to Rath (1997)  MP is a very useful and safe method in the management of back pain in pregnant women. In the light of the above observation this study was designed to evaluate the efficacy of MP in the management of pregnancy related back pain.
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She was selected as a Fellowship of American Academy of Nursing (FAAN). In summary, her journal explains two research studies she completed with the provided funds at her disposal. The first study incorporated King’s concept of time. Although nurses think it is more time consuming to use the bar code to scan patient’s bracelet before giving medication, it has improved the level of patient safety. Messmer’s current research study shows that communication between all members of the health care team, regardless of their position, attribute to the success of benefiting the most important person, the patient.
“She envisioned what nursing could be and should be and set about bringing this vision to fruition. She created a model of nursing that persists to this day in the form of honor and respectability associated with nurses, highly structured nursing education, and holistic patient care approaches. She was ahead of her time, engaging in research and effecting sweeping policy changes when women were heavily discouraged from such endeavors.” She was a leader and reformer who led the way for the development of science based practice in the 21st century. “If we were to derive one simple lesson from Nightingale’s life and work, it would come from this single unifying thread that society has a big responsibility for the health of all its members.” Nursing has never been simple or easy, nor is serving as a patient advocate. However, it is important to include advocacy as a part of nursing.
Recruitment of Professional Nurses: The Evidence-Based Magnet Recognition Program® Magnet hospitals define hospitals that recruit and retain nurses by providing a positive working environment, as well as their excellence in providing high-quality nursing care (Schmalenberg& Kramer, 2008). They are international models for nursing standards. Other hospitals look to magnet organizations for ways to improve their patients’ results, reduce hospital stays, in addition to attracting and keeping the most qualified nursing staff (Yıldırım, Kısa & Hisar, 2012). In the early 1980s, the American Academy of Nursing (AAN) appointed a task force in hospital nursing practice out of concern for the numerous workforce issues that the profession was currently
Signing the Heartbeat Legislation petition is the first step in saving the weak and defenseless, and safeguarding our future generations. Two states have already taken the step by passing the Heartbeat Legislation. D. Credibility: After extensive research on abortions, I strongly feel that prohibiting abortion would not only help woman’s lives, but also save the weak and defenseless babies. One active supporter of the Heartbeat Legislation is Janet Porter, the founder of the Faith2Action Organization. Janet Porter initiated the first Heartbeat Bill to legally protect unborn
The abortion rate reached its first peak in the 1800’s when the United States had no restriction or regulation on the procedure. The process has changed extensively in the last two-hundred years, mainly due to the developments of science and medicine. Induced abortion is the process of forcefully removing the fetus from the womb of the mother. Induced abortions are made of two different processes: therapeutic or elective.
FDA approves of the first ever legal Birth Control. “Initially pioneered by Margaret Sanger and funded by Heiress Katherine McCormick.”(“FDA Approves Pill”) Many people have waited for a legal way in the U.S. to come out that will make it easier to lower the chances of conceiving. “Sanger Opened the first birth control clinic in U.S. in 1916 in hope to encourage a more practical alternative than what was at that time of decreases conception.” The Birth control clinic helped teach young girls ways to not become pregnant or to reduce the risk of becoming pregnant. Early 1950’s Gregory Pincus and John Rock began working on the “pill” “It was synthetic progesterone and estrogen to suppress ovulation with decreased conception and period flow.” (“FDA Approves
“If society will not admit of woman 's free development, then society must be remodeled.”, states Elizabeth Blackwell. Who is Elizabeth Blackwell, you might wonder? I questioned the same thing. After some research, I was able to find that not only was she the first woman to graduate from an American medical school, but she also established the first women 's college for medicine, called Women’s Medical College in England. Unbeknownst to the world, February 3rd, 1821, marked the birth of a certain woman who would one day, change the future of medicine for females all over the world.
The controversy over prenatal genetic screening has become a major issue among today’s society. Prenatal genetic screening occurs during the first and second trimester which allows physicians to diagnose the fetus by examining blood or other tissue to detect abnormalities (Sagerdo). Due to the scientific advancements in today’s society, the idea of genetic screening has been taken to the next level in forming the idea of a “super baby”. In the United States alone, between sixty-five to seventy percent of women have serum screening in order to evaluate the status of the developing fetus (Sagerdo). Often, when a disease is detected due to a genetic test many parents opt to have an abortion.