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Fever Hospitals & Fever Nurses - Margaret Currie
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A British Social History of Fever Nurses: A National Service This well researched book provides an interesting study of the development of a fever hospitals and fever nursing, mainly in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain. It also covers modern concerns. It provides new insights into the development of nursing roles and nurse education and looks at the lives of key figures during this time. Fever Hospitals and Fever Nurses shows how a once important branch of the profession - fever nursing - much needed and valued by society, emerged in the nineteenth century, only to be discarded in the second half of the twentieth century. Unlike the charitably endowed voluntary hospitals, fever and smallpox hospitals were founded by municipal authorities as a result of fear and panic about epidemics of infectious diseases. Those affected were perceived as a source of danger, a threat to the nation&apos s health. They were, therefore, isolated, expropriated from their community, often in a manner analogous to detention in an asylum or prison. Drawing on the work of Goffman and Foucault, the study shows how fever nurses transformed their custodial duties to a therapeutic role, aided by the development of medical science. It also shows how schemes of training were implemented to improve recruitment and retention of nurses. As standards of living improved, patients stood a better chance of recovery, many fever hospitals became redundant and most fever nurses were no longer required. The wisdom of creating fever hospitals and then disbanding them is questioned in the light of changing disease patterns, international travel and the threat posed by biological warfare. Fever Hospitals & Fever Nurses: This well researched book provides an interesting study of the development of a fever hospitals and fever nursing, mainly in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain. It also covers modern concerns. It provides new insights into the development of nursing roles and nurse education and looks at the lives of key figures during this time. Fever Hospitals and Fever Nurses shows how a once important branch of the profession - fever nursing - much needed and valued by society, emerged in the nineteenth century, only to be discarded in the second half of the twentieth century. Unlike the charitably endowed voluntary hospitals, fever and smallpox hospitals were founded by municipal authorities as a result of fear and panic about epidemics of infectious diseases. Those affected were perceived as a source of danger, a threat to the nation&apos s health. They were, therefore, isolated, expropriated from their community, often in a manner analogous to detention in an asylum or prison. Drawing on the work of Goffman and Foucault, the study shows how fever nurses transformed their custodial duties to a therapeutic role, aided by the development of medical science. It also shows how schemes of training were implemented to improve recruitment and retention of nurses. As standards of living improved, patients stood a better chance of recovery, many fever hospitals became redundant and most fever nurses were no longer required. The wisdom of creating fever hospitals and then disbanding them is questioned in the light of changing disease patterns, international travel and the threat posed by biological warfare., Taylor And Francis

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A British Social History of Fever Nurses: A National Service This well researched book provides an interesting study of the development of a fever hospitals and fever nursing, mainly in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain. It also covers modern concerns. It provides new insights into the development of nursing roles and nurse education and looks at the lives of key figures during this time. Fever Hospitals and Fever Nurses shows how a once important branch of the profession - fever nursing - much needed and valued by society, emerged in the nineteenth century, only to be discarded in the second half of the twentieth century. Unlike the charitably endowed voluntary hospitals, fever and smallpox hospitals were founded by municipal authorities as a result of fear and panic about epidemics of infectious diseases. Those affected were perceived as a source of danger, a threat to the nation`s health. They were, therefore, isolated, expropriated from their community, often in a manner analogous to detention in an asylum or prison. Drawing on the work of Goffman and Foucault, the study shows how fever nurses transformed their custodial duties to a therapeutic role, aided by the development of medical science. It also shows how schemes of training were implemented to improve recruitment and retention of nurses. As standards of living improved, patients stood a better chance of recovery, many fever hospitals became redundant and most fever nurses were no longer required. The wisdom of creating fever hospitals and then disbanding them is questioned in the light of changing disease patterns, international travel and the threat posed by biological warfare. Fever Hospitals & Fever Nurses: This well researched book provides an interesting study of the development of a fever hospitals and fever nursing, mainly in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain. It also covers modern concerns. It provides new insights into the development of nursing roles and nurse education and looks at the lives of key figures during this time. Fever Hospitals and Fever Nurses shows how a once important branch of the profession - fever nursing - much needed and valued by society, emerged in the nineteenth century, only to be discarded in the second half of the twentieth century. Unlike the charitably endowed voluntary hospitals, fever and smallpox hospitals were founded by municipal authorities as a result of fear and panic about epidemics of infectious diseases. Those affected were perceived as a source of danger, a threat to the nation`s health. They were, therefore, isolated, expropriated from their community, often in a manner analogous to detention in an asylum or prison. Drawing on the work of Goffman and Foucault, the study shows how fever nurses transformed their custodial duties to a therapeutic role, aided by the development of medical science. It also shows how schemes of training were implemented to improve recruitment and retention of nurses. As standards of living improved, patients stood a better chance of recovery, many fever hospitals became redundant and most fever nurses were no longer required. The wisdom of creating fever hospitals and then disbanding them is questioned in the light of changing disease patterns, international travel and the threat posed by biological warfare., Taylor And Francis

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Fever Hospitals & Fever Nurses : A British Social History of Fever Nurses: A National Service - Dietrich Schwela
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This well researched book provides an interesting study of the development of a fever hospitals and fever nursing, mainly in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain. It also covers modern concerns. It provides new insights into the development of nursing roles and nurse education and looks at the lives of key figures during this time. Fever Hospitals and Fever Nurses shows how a once important branch of the profession - fever nursing - much needed and valued by society, emerged in the nineteenth century, only to be discarded in the second half of the twentieth century. Unlike the charitably endowed voluntary hospitals, fever and smallpox hospitals were founded by municipal authorities as a result of fear and panic about epidemics of infectious diseases. Those affected were perceived as a source of danger, a threat to the nation's health. They were, therefore, isolated, expropriated from their community, often in a manner analogous to detention in an asylum or prison. Drawing on the work of Goffman and Foucault, the study shows how fever nurses transformed their custodial duties to a therapeutic role, aided by the development of medical science. It also shows how schemes of training were implemented to improve recruitment and retention of nurses. As standards of living improved, patients stood a better chance of recovery, many fever hospitals became redundant and most fever nurses were no longer required. The wisdom of creating fever hospitals and then disbanding them is questioned in the light of changing disease patterns, international travel and the threat posed by biological warfare.; PDF \ Dietrich Schwela; History & Transport > Humamities > History: specific events & topics > Social & cultural history, Taylor and Francis

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This well researched book provides an interesting study of the development of a fever hospitals and fever nursing, mainly in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain. It also covers modern concerns. It provides new insights into the development of nursing roles and nurse education and looks at the lives of key figures during this time. Fever Hospitals and Fever Nurses shows how a once important branch of the profession - fever nursing - much needed and valued by society, emerged in the nineteenth century, only to be discarded in the second half of the twentieth century. Unlike the charitably endowed voluntary hospitals, fever and smallpox hospitals were founded by municipal authorities as a result of fear and panic about epidemics of infectious diseases. Those affected were perceived as a source of danger, a threat to the nation's health. They were, therefore, isolated, expropriated from their community, often in a manner analogous to detention in an asylum or prison. Drawing on the work of Goffman and Foucault, the study shows how fever nurses transformed their custodial duties to a therapeutic role, aided by the development of medical science. It also shows how schemes of training were implemented to improve recruitment and retention of nurses. As standards of living improved, patients stood a better chance of recovery, many fever hospitals became redundant and most fever nurses were no longer required. The wisdom of creating fever hospitals and then disbanding them is questioned in the light of changing disease patterns, international travel and the threat posed by biological warfare. eBooks Medical~~Nursing & Ancillary Services~~Nursing Fever Hospitals & Fever Nurses~~EBook~~9780203023051~~Margaret Currie Fever Hospitals & Fever Nurses

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This book provides the first in-depth account of the development of fever hospitals and fever nursing eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain. It also looks at the history of 'fever' hospitals up to the present day and discusses modern concerns such as biological warfare that are leading to a resurgence of interest in isolation nursing. "Fever Hospitals and Fever Nurses in Britain" also provides new insights into the development of nursing roles and nurse education, and looks at the lives of This book provides the first in-depth account of the development of fever hospitals and fever nursing eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain. It also looks at the history of 'fever' hospitals up to the present day and discusses modern concerns such as biological warfare that are leading to a resurgence of interest in isolation nursing. "Fever Hospitals and Fever Nurses in Britain" also provides new insights into the development of nursing roles and nurse education, and looks at the lives of key figures during this time, including the early life and career of Edith Cavell. "Fever Hospitals and Fever Nurses in Britain" will be vital reading for academics and students in nursing history and of great interest to current and former medical and nursing staff, as well as former fever patients and their relatives. History, Reference, Fever Hospitals & Fever Nurses~~ Currie, Margaret~~History~~Reference~~9780203023051, en, Fever Hospitals & Fever Nurses, Currie, Margaret, 9780203023051, Routledge, 12/01/2004, , , , Routledge, 12/01/2004

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