Which of the following has largely been excluded from Canadian nursing history?

Question1. Which of the following has largely been excluded from Canadian nursing history?a. Female nurses’ role in psychiatric nursingb. Mental health field of studyc. Male attendants’ role in institutionsd. Generalist registered nurses’ role2. Which is true of asylums?a. Short-term staysb. Cognitive-behavioural therapy expertsc. Place where people with mental illness could be curedd. Middle to upper socioeconomic status patients with mental illness received treatment3. 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 dressingb. Group therapy interventionsc. Electroconvulsive therapyd. Antipsychotic medication administration5. Who was instrumental in lobbying for the first mental health hospital in the United States and for reform in British and Canadian institutions?a. Michel Foucaultb. Dorothea Dixc. The Grey Nunsd. Philippe Pinel

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