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    services and promoting hygiene practices. It encouraged the creation of state and local health agencies. Lillian Wald is a key figure in public health’s early development. She founded the Henry Street Settlement in New York City’s Lower East Side in 1895. She went into poor immigrant homes...
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  • Leadership Styles
    history by visualizing innovations and then implementing them, Leaders such as Florence Nightingale, Clara Barton, and Lillian Wald not only changed the course of history for nursing, but also changed much for mankind. If these people saw their job as supporting the status quo, our society would be...
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  • leadership
    historical nursing leader Lillian Wald, their lives and career. Dr. king inspired us to dream, challenged us to act, loved us and encouraged our being. If Dr. King and Lillian Wald had not answered their call to leadership and greatness, what would have happened to us and more importantly to the world? As...
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  • Nursing Philosophy
    vision, a though leader (Marquis & Huston, 2012), is what makes leaders, such as Lillian Wald, truly great. Final Thoughts Nursing is as much an art as it is a science, and because it is such, not all aspects are capable of being taught. Leadership among the nursing profession is not any...
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  • The Progressive Agenda
    Theodore Roosevelt, Jane Addams, Lillian Wald and Carrie Nation, just to name a few. The platform of the Progressive Party was long and covered a lot of social and industrial justice issues including women’s suffrage, child labor laws and the shorter work day and week. It also covered issues like...
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  • Smith
    reforms. The House on Henry Street (1935) written by Lillian Wald -head of the “Henry Street Settlement” in New York City where Lavinia Dock lived and collaborated for 19 years- depicts a vivid picture of life in the city at the turn of the 20th century. Wald writes: The child led me over broken...
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  • Florence Kelly -- a Woman of Fierce Fidelity
    contributions to social reform and social justice are not as frequently remembered as are those of some her associates and fellow reformers, such as Julia Lathrop or Lillian Wald. Kelley’s role in the abolishment of child labor, the passage of protective legislation for working women, the establishment...
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  • Objectives
    textbooks. Lillian Wald and Mary Brewster opened the Henry Street Settlement. 7. Theories are designed to explain a phenomenon such as self-care or caring. A nursing theory is a conceptualization of some aspect of nursing that describes, explains, predicts, or prescribes nursing. It helps to...
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  • Health Resources
    arrived on the ships. In 1906, the marine hospital for sailors became the Public Health Service. Lemuel Shattuck in 1850 wrote the report of Sanitary Commission of Massachusetts with recommendations of regulating food, sanitation, and controlling communicable disease. In1895 Lillian Wald foundered...
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  • Wala
    , Sojourner Truth, Lillian Wald, and Margaret Sanger. These women played an extra- ordinary and significant role in health care policy development and women’s and infants’ health. Nurses’ involvement in health policy develop- ment ensures that health care is safe, high quality...
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  • Key Terms
    Consumers League formed in the 1890's under the leadership of Florence Kelly, attempted to mobilize the power of women as consumers to force retailers and manufacturing to improve wages and working conditions. 74. Henry Street Settlement House started by Lillian Wald in 1895 which pioneered...
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  • The Gay Rights Movement
    , including Hay himself. They even adopted the same organizational structure being used by the Communist Party of the United States. However with McCarthyism running rampant and the Red Scare crisis taking hold, the group was almost forced to take a more moderate approach, coupled with a civil rights style...
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  • Lillian D. Wald
    Americans pride ourselves on, being a democracy. We must ensure that we maintain and keep the rights and freedoms that we have. The purpose of this letter is to ask you to consider declaring a new holiday in the name of Lillian Wald. This day wouldn’t just be to recognize her as a person and all of...
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  • Nursing Notes
    Is Not ( greatest achievement of FN - 3 months training in Kaiserswerth - Nightngale Training School for Nurses - VISION: public health & health promotion - FOCUS: develop profession w/n hospital B. CLARA BARTON - American Red Cross C. LILLIAN WALD...
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  • chaper
    in 1882. Figure 1.11 Linda Richards (1841–1930) was America’s first trained nurse. Figure 1.12 Mary Mahoney (1845–1926) was the first African American trained nurse. Figure 1.13 Lillian Wald (1867–1940) founded the Henry Street Settlement and Visiting Nurse Service (circa 1893), which provided...
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  • Women’s Influence in Medicine
    Women’s Influence in Medicine There are many women who had huge influences in the advancement of heath and medicine. Many people don’t realize how much women do and how much they have contributed to the medical world and its advancements. From Lillian D. Wald, who worked with the less...
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  • A Guide to Leadership
    cognitive ability, for example) are still included in the model. Skills theories are also weak in their predictive ability, failing to explain how a person’s competencies lead to effective leadership. LeaderLab Papers 01.02 ISSN 2155-1693 The Portable Guide to Leadership Style Theory Style...
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  • Change Without Pain
    ruler could use any leadership style as long as it was appropriate for the purpose. Hobbes Thomas Hobbes wrote Leviathan in 1651, he provided a case for a central leadership since people were without a social government. Hobbes ensued that there needed to be a greater power to convey order from...
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  • HUck
    applied that technique in this dish. Lillian D. Wald is a well-known humanitarian, whose major achievement was seen in the formation of the Henry Street Settlement. After the success and growth of the settlement, Lillian Wald became a political force, and a progressive. From supporting poor...
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  • Management Seminar Chapter 8-12 Notes
    Chapter 8 Spreading the Gospel of Efficiency Others Involved in the Scientific Management Movement □ Carl Georg Lange Barth □ Henry L. Gantt □ Frank Gilbreth □ Lillian Gilbreth □ Harrington Emerson □ Morris Cooke Carl Georg Lange Barth (1860-1939...
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