Florence Nightingale

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Noun1.Florence Nightingale - English nurse remembered for her work during the Crimean War (1820-1910)Florence Nightingale - English nurse remembered for her work during the Crimean War (1820-1910)
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Florence Nightingale was born in Florence, Italy, on May 12, 1820.
The day is celebrated around the world on May 12, the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale.
During this commemorative time of year, nurses also recognize Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) for her many years of planting and nurturing seeds of a different nature that changed nursing forever.
Florence Nightingale today: Healing, Leadership, Global Action (pp.
You may or may not like or agree with Florence Nightingale, but it is obvious she has had a tremendous impact on the nursing profession.
Merch anturus oedd Betsi Cadwaladr aeth yr holl ffordd o'r Bala i Balaclava i nyrsio gyda Florence Nightingale yn y Crimea.
Most importantly, a comparative analysis of the performance and attitudes of nurses in Ghana with the persona, charisma, and achievements of the most celebrated nurse, Florence Nightingale, has not been fully studied.
The $800 I received from the Florence Nightingale Memorial Fund went a long way in helping with my transport costs from Gisborne and registration fees.
A 150-year-old desk lamp belonging to Florence Nightingale is up for auction.
I suggested that Florence Nightingale had helped saved thousands of lives in the Crimea.
A BIRMINGHAM nurse will be the leading light at a special service at Westminster Abbey, celebrating the life of Florence Nightingale.
But none of the 10 council-maintained statues - some other statues of unidentified, mythical or nonfamous women do exist - includes famous Welsh women through the ages, including Welsh nurse heroine and contemporary of Florence Nightingale, Betsi Cadwaladr, nor philanthropists Gwendoline and Margaret Davies.