The Field Of Midwife Nursing

1636 Words Nov 9th, 2015 7 Pages
On April 13, 2013, nursing became one of the, if not the most, important professions around the world. On that date, Disease-666, which caused the zombie apocalypse, broke out. It infected nearly three-fourths of the population, and nearly all doctors and scientists fell ill of the disease as they worked tirelessly trying to find a cure, leaving only nurses left. Besides hearing the stories of how important nursing has been the last couple years here at the Michigan State Safe Haven and outside of it, I conducted my own research on the field, more specifically, the field of midwife nursing. I found through many literacies that nurses are the primary caretakers of humans; providing care for the sick and unable, while also being the supporter during the emotional stress of recovery. Nursing earns the status of the most important profession during the apocalypse as they are the backbone of emotional support, they are the curators of repopulation, and they are the most certified people left to help turn the apocalypse around.
The first piece of literature analyzed was a scholarly article titled, “Nurse Midwife and Scientist: Stuck in the Middle” by Aleeca F. Bell, published in 2007. Bell has a Ph. D, is a Registered Nurse and a Certified Nurse Midwife at the University of Chicago, Illinois. Bell’s ethos is established by her many degrees, her teaching of nursing classes, her many publications and academic awards, and her experiences at the Alivio Medical Center and the Will…

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