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Healthcare Case Management Program Article on Famous Nurses

Good article on some very important nurses in history

Please also review our Healthcare Case Management Program

Please also review our Healthcare Case Management Program

Please also review our Healthcare Case Management Program

The article, 5 NURSES THAT CHANGED THE WORLD, by Katherine Ripley states,

“At the time of Florence Nightingale’s birth in 1820, nursing did not garner much respect. Her wealthy parents actually forbade her from pursuing the profession, but she ignored them. Nightingale saw so much success in her early career, that the British Secretary of War personally recruited her in 1854 to help the nation’s wounded soldiers in Crimea.

In the British hospital in Constantinople, Nightingale found conditions so unsanitary that more soldiers were dying from infections than from battle wounds. Nightingale and her team of nurses vastly improved sanitation, cutting the hospital’s death rate by two thirds. She then wrote a report on her experience in the hospital, which completely transformed the way Great Britain cared for its soldiers.

Nightingale returned home from the war as a heroin. Her valiant efforts had forever changed the face of nursing.”

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