Tag: Florence Nightingale
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.”
If you are a nurse, these things might resonate with you as well.
In seven pain-wrecked days, yellow fever killed Clara Louise and it was her own doing.
It's the fifth month of the year 2018 and it's time once again to celebrate National Nurses Week!
Nursing has come a very, very long way in the past century. However, some of the challenges highlighted by nurse leaders in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s, still face the profession a century later even though their exact nature might be somewhat different.
Every year the ICN chooses a special theme for IND and this year it is Nurses: A Voice to Lead, Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Two nurses share their experiences on what was it like being a nurse during the 1900's.
Irena Sendler impacted the lives of many and influenced nursing and social working practices.
Here are some interesting facts about Florence Nightingale you may not have known.
This goes to all nurses: wherever you and whatever you do, whatever circumstances you are in, in sickness and in health, these are eight inspiring quotes to keep you going.