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Includes bibliographical references (p. 433-439) and index.
|LC Classifications||UH347.N6 W6 1952|
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|Pagination||450 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||450|
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Although her parents were from England, she was born in Italy while they were traveling. Both Florence and her older sister Parthenope were named after the Italian cities where they were born. When they returned to. Florence Nightingale, byname Lady with the Lamp, (bornFlorence [Italy]—died AugLondon, England), British nurse, statistician, and social reformer who was the foundational philosopher of modern ngale was put in charge of nursing British and allied soldiers in Turkey during the Crimean spent many hours in the wards, and her.
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Florence Nightingale's Notes on Nursing was first published in England in and in America in Her book clearly establishes her vision of nursing as a genuine natural healing practice which concerns preventative medicine. Nightingale wrote about many of the essential beliefs of the natural hygiene movement.
Florence Nightingale ( – ) Volunteered to nurse soldiers during the Crimean War. Nightingale’s analysis of mortality rates helped to improve hospital practices.
She also helped improve the standard and prestige of the nursing profession. She is considered to be the founder of modern nursing.
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Editorial Reviews ★ 10/03/ Best recognized for her work during the Crimean War, Florence Nightingale (–) receives full credit for her most far-reaching accomplishment in this lucid, handsomely designed volume: transforming nursing from an unsavory profession for women into a respectable : HMH Books.
Nightingale, Florence (–)Pioneer nurse and public-health advocate, who is considered one of the great heroines of Victorian England for her nursing work in the Crimean War.
Born in Florence, Italy, on ; died in London, England, on Aug ; buried in the family grave at East Wellow (in deference to her wishes, the offer of burial in. English nurse Florence Nightingale (), known as the Lady with the Lamp, founded the first institution for the training of nurses in Camelot International provides a biographical sketch of Nightingale as part of the Famous People section of.
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Unfollow florence nightingale signed to. Florence Nightingale (), Agnes Jones (), Sidney Herbert Baron Herbert of Lea, Sidney Herbert Herbert of Lea Baron (), her family Time 19th century, British occupation, Florence Nightingale is remembered for her contributions resulting in creation of a highly regarded and respected nursing profession.
The examples, she set for nurses, are todays standards in the medical profession in regards to patient commitment, care and not the least was her excellent record keeping, imitated currently by doctors and. Florence Nightingale was born on 12 May at the Villa La Columbaia in Florence; she was named after the city of her birth.
Her father, William Edward Nightingale (), was son of William Shore, a Sheffield banker. When Nightingale came of age on 21 February he inherited the Derbyshire estates at Lea Hurst and Woodend in.
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE (–) Alex Attewell1 The legend The popular perception of Florence Nightingale as a romantic heroine ignores her achievements as an educationist.
The Nightingale legend nevertheless had an educational impact. It popularized nurse training, which led to the establishment of a new profession for women.
(), reformer of hospital nursing,Florence Nightingale, born on the 12th May at Villa Columbaia, Florence, where her parents were on a European tour, is famous for being the ‘Lady with the Lamp’.
As a child, she was very academic and particularly interested in mathematics. Her religion gave her a strong sense of moral duty to help the poor and, over time, she held a Nationality: English; British. FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE (); a collection of inscribed, mainly nursing, books; one, possibly owned by Florence Nightingale and written by her sister, Lady Verney signed in pencil "F Nightingale", four others inscribed by Florence Nightingale to her colleague Jane Styring, two of these are in ink congratulating Miss Styring on her qualification and new post in.
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Florence Nightengale () Florence Nightengale is mostly known for her radical innovations in nursing care. She was a pioneer in nursing and a reformer of hospital sanitation methods. Besides being a nurse, reformer, and humanitarian, Nightengale was a statistician. By: Florence Nightingale () Notes on Nursing was published in and is a fascinating view into the theories underpinning the early development of modern nursing and public health reform by "the Lady with the Lamp", Florence Nightingale.
Emphasising common sense and thought for the patient's care in many more ways than just administering 5/5(1). Florence Nightingale ( – ) was a famous nurse of Victorian era. Despite the fact that she was born in the rich family, Florence went to work and at the same time train as a nurse at Salisbury Royal Infirmary.
She soon became an expert on hygiene.