One week every year is celebrated by nurses all over the world as National Nurses week.
May the 12th is the actual Celebration Day.
This is the birth date of our founder Florence Nightingale.
Miss Nightingale was born in Florence Italy to well-to-do English parents.
She brought ethics and standards of care to the soldiers of the Crimean War back in 1856.
Due to her dedication she helped to reduce the mortality rate of soldiers by the simple means of better nutrician and hygiene.
Known as "The Lady with The Lamp" Florence was a woman of Faith.
She spoke a number of languages and read the New Testament in the original Greek.
Nurses: Beneficence Non Maleficence, Above all. Do No Harm.
Acts 20:35. "It is more blessed to give than receive."
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
National Nurses Week
Labels: Caring, Florence Nightingale, History, Lady with the Lamp, Nurses, Nursing, Profession, Vocation
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