Before I became a pupil nurse. I did hold an thought of who she was. I was funny because of how name sounded unfamiliar. Now whenever I hear the name. Florence Nightingale my ears wander about interested. She became one of the people I now idolize. Her passion for nursing was beyond belief because when she approached her parents and told them about her nursing aspiration. they were non pleased but on 1844 she pursued her first end and enrolled as a nursing pupil despite the displease of her parents and how going a nurse itself was such a low place for adult females ; she believed that nursing was her calling…
Florence Nightingale was known as the ‘Lady with the Lamp’ because of her wont of doing unit of ammunitions at dark to look into on the soldiers during the Crimean War in 1854. She besides wrote ‘Notes on Nursing’ – published on 1959 which gave tips and intimations on nursing. It was a 1 of a sort. The book included advice and information about the ideal environment of a patient. on how you should detect a patient. and a twelve more tips on nursing.
Nightingale and her nurses during the Crimean War raised a fund. By June 1856. Nightingale decided to utilize the money to set up a school called ‘Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery’ and started it’s developing on July of 1860. Her school is now known as ‘The Nightingale Training School and Home for Nurses’ in London. UK.
On August 1910. at the age of 90. she died peacefully in her slumber because of a bosom failure. A beginning of information published by New York Times ‘LONDON. Aug. 14. –Florence Nightingale. the celebrated nurse of the Crimean war. and the lone adult female who of all time received the Order of Merit. died yesterday afternoon at her London place.
Although she had been an shut-in for a long clip. seldom go forthing her room. where she passed the clip in a half-recumbent place. and was under the changeless attention of a doctor. her decease was slightly unexpected. A hebdomad ago she was rather ill. but so improved. and on Friday was cheerful. During that dark dismaying symptoms developed. and she bit by bit sank until 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon. when the terminal came. ’
Nightingale. the laminitis of modern nursing. the female parent of nursing and the lady who heard God’s naming is my idol non merely because she was a nurse but because she was a lady with moral. a lady who knew how to manage things and the lady who changed the position of every individual individual to Nursing.
Live life when you have it. Life is a glorious gift – there is nil little about it. – Florence Nightingale