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The aim of the course is to provide the student with the historical-conceptual coordinates of the evolution of nursing care
The meaning of sickness, sick and care in the prescientific conception.
The affirmation of Christian ethics and the conception of sickness, sick, and care.
Monasticism and assistance in the Middle Ages.
The holy reformers of San Giovanni di Dio, San Camillo, San Vincenzo da Paoli.
The secularization of the Assistance.
Florence Nightingale and the Birth of Nursing.
Origin of the professionalization of nursing care.
Nursing care in the twentieth century.
The Italian context.
The evolution of nursing and professional training: regulatory and ethical aspects.
Ethics and Bioethics. Extraordinary lifesaving measures
Paolo C. Motta, Introduction to nursing sciences, Carocci, 2002, Cap. 1 e 2
D. Lippi, History of Medicine, Bologna 2002, cap. 10.