1. Which of the following has largely been excluded from Canadian nursing history?
|a.||Female nurses’ role in psychiatric nursing|
|b.||Mental health field of study|
|c.||Male attendants’ role in institutions|
|d.||Generalist registered nurses’ role|
2. Which is true of asylums?
|b.||Cognitive-behavioural therapy experts|
|c.||Place where people with mental illness could be cured|
|d.||Middle to upper socioeconomic status patients with mental illness received treatment|
3. Which of the following represented a seventeenth– to eighteenth–century societal view of people with mental illness?
|a.||Restraints were not to be used on mentally ill patients.|
|b.||Those with mental illness were immune to human discomforts.|
|c.||Informed consent was required prior to admission to an asylum.|
|d.||Patient neglect rarely if ever occurred in asylums.|
4. The nurse is caring for a patient in an asylum in the mid-1800s in Canada. What would the nurse expect to implement?
|a.||Assisting with eating and dressing|
|b.||Group therapy interventions|
|d.||Antipsychotic medication administration|
5. Who was instrumental in lobbying for the first mental health hospital in the United States and for reform in British and Canadian institutions?
|c.||The Grey Nuns|