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6 Reasons Why 2020 Is the Year of the Nurse 

Here are six reasons why 2020 is the perfect time for the Year of the Nurse!
Ethel Gordon Fenwick: First Registered Nurse and Nurse Reformist

Ethel Gordon Fenwick: Nurse Reformist You Never Knew About

Ethel Gordon Fenwick was the pioneer of the movement for professional registration for nurses.
Nursing Theories Guide

Nursing Theories and Theorists

In this guide for nursing theories, we aim to help you understand what comprises a nursing theory and its importance, purpose, history, types or classifications, and give you an overview through summaries of selected nursing theories.
Florence Nightingale Theory and Biography

Florence Nightingale: Environmental Theory

Get to know the concepts behind Florence Nightingale's Environmental Theory in this study guide about nursing theories. Learn about Nightingale's biography, her career, her works that shaped nursing. Next part is an in-depth discussion about her Environmental Theory, its metaparadigm, major and subconcepts, including its application to nursing practice. 
Delegates at the World Health Assembly during the opening of the first plenary meeting.

WHO Confirms 2020 as International Year of Nurse and Midwife

Governments from around the world endorsed 2020...
Emilia Clarke for Nursing Now Campaign as an Ambassador for Nurses

Emilia Clarke Becomes a Nursing Now Ambassador

Popular actress Emilia Clarke was announced on March 14 as First Ambassador for the global Nursing Now Campaign.
2020 Year of the Nurse and Midwife

2020 as “Year of the Nurse and Midwife” Endorsed by WHO Executive

The World Health Organization (WHO) executive board announced on January 30 that it had accepted the proposal that 2020 be officially declared “Year of the Nurse and Midwife.”
25 Best Kept Secrets of Nurses

25 Best-Kept Secrets of Nurses — Finally Spilled!

If you are a nurse, these things might resonate with you as well.
Clara Louise Maass: Heroic Nurse Who Gave Her Life for Yellow Fever Research

Clara Louise Maass: Heroic Nurse Who Gave Her Life for Yellow Fever Research

In seven pain-wrecked days, yellow fever killed Clara Louise and it was her own doing. 
Nurses Are Much More Than a Hand to Hold

WATCH: Nurses Are Much More than a Hand to Hold – They Innovate, Inspire,...

It's the fifth month of the year 2018 and it's time once again to celebrate National Nurses Week!

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