Interview a nurse that practiced/educated in the 1950s

  1. interview a nurse who was educated in the 1950s
    this can be an in-person interview, over-the-phone interview, or an electronic interview.
    [font='times new roman']1. what were the conditions of the health care system?
    [font='times new roman']2. where did she/he go to school and year of graduation?
    [font='times new roman']3. what kind of education did she/he receive?
    [font='times new roman']4. what kinds of things were taught in school?
    [font='times new roman']5. who did the teaching?
    [font='times new roman']6. what was nursing practice like in the 1950s?
    [font='times new roman']7. were care plans used?
    thank you, msn student
    [font='times new roman']8. what was the status of nursing in relation to the rest of the health care team?
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  3. by   TopazLover
    Hi, just read your post and noted 0 responses. I would think you might want to try local Assisted Living or even NH. Most of the nurses would getting up in years and may not check in here as I am guessing all would be retired.

    You do make me feel young!