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Nursing in the 1800s: A timeline and job description

Recognizing changes in your field is an important part of appreciating modern nursing, but what about comparing nursing in 2016 to nursing 2 millenniums ago?

Learn about the life, achievements and legacy of nurse, statistician and health campaigner Florence Nightingale. This pack includes a topic guide to explore with your children, as well as a variety of teaching, activity and display materials.

Learn about the life, achievements and legacy of nurse, statistician and health campaigner Florence Nightingale. This pack includes a topic guide to explore with your children, as well as a variety of teaching, activity and display materials.

Nursing in the 1800s: A timeline and job description

Recognizing changes in your field is an important part of appreciating modern nursing, but what about comparing nursing in 2016 to nursing 2 millenniums ago?

12 Outdated Nursing Practices – That Are Gone For Good!

Let’s go inside a time machine and travel back before to see the practices we don’t do (hopefully for good) anymore.

A look at the history of nursing in the US Army including the establishment of the US Army Nurse Corps

A look at the history of nursing in the US Army including the establishment of the US Army Nurse Corps

Nurse Practitioner Infographic #Infograph

Here you will find an infographic on the history of Nurse Practitioners and how their roles have change over time.

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Grief & homoeopathy
Loving the successful women who have accomplished much in our history, I am highlighting a historical figure who was the first black professionally degreed nurse in the United States. Mary Eliza Mahoney, from Dorchester, Massachusetts, was the daughter of slaves who were freed by the time she was born in 1845. Studying at the New England Hospital for Women and Children (NEHWC), she was one of three, and the only black graduate, that graduated the nursing program in 1879 from a class that began
It is a comprehensive plan that takes into account the patient's medical history, current health status, and goals for recovery. The care plan is developed in collaboration with the patient, doctor, and other members of the healthcare team
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