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Florence Nightingale: The Mother of Nursing.

Karimi H, Masoudi Alavi N - Nurs Midwifery Stud (2015)

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Affiliation: Medical-Surgical Department, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Kashan University of Medical Sciences, Kashan, IR Iran.

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Florence Nightingale (Figure 1), the founder of modern nursing of professional nursing, was born in Florence, Italy, on 1820, in an English family; she was named of the city of her birth... Injured soldiers were left on the floor and the few doctors desperately were trying to manage patients with basic facilities, in dirty environment... She provided medical equipment, clean water and fruits... With this work the mortality rate decreased from 60% to 42% and then to 2.2%... With the establishment of this school, she changed nursing to a respectful profession. : Florence Nightingale in the last years of her life was suffering from a disease, which she acquired it during her service in Crimea... She insisted on the importance of building trusting relationships with patients... Empathy with patient and making a common experience in moving toward health has been validated by Florence nightingale that reaches us to an aesthetic nursing care... Radmehr et al. in a phenomenological study that is published in the present issue of Nursing and Midwifery Studies reported that understanding beyond words, creating a good and nice feeling by making the patient happy, and the sense of unity by perceiving the patient and the nurse as one existence are some aesthetic aspects of nursing ; and showed that Iranian nurses also follow the spirit of nursing that has been established by Florence Nightingale... Florence services were the first efforts to relieve suffering during war... She died in 13 August 1910 at the age of ninety... There are some sentences of Florence included in Table 1.

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Mentions: On May 12, it is the birth time of a great woman. We write this editorial for her honor. Florence Nightingale (Figure 1), the founder of modern nursing of professional nursing, was born in Florence, Italy, on 1820, in an English family; she was named of the city of her birth. Florence learned mathematics, language, philosophy and religion (all subjects that later influenced on her work) from her father (1).


Florence Nightingale: The Mother of Nursing.

Karimi H, Masoudi Alavi N - Nurs Midwifery Stud (2015)

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Mentions: On May 12, it is the birth time of a great woman. We write this editorial for her honor. Florence Nightingale (Figure 1), the founder of modern nursing of professional nursing, was born in Florence, Italy, on 1820, in an English family; she was named of the city of her birth. Florence learned mathematics, language, philosophy and religion (all subjects that later influenced on her work) from her father (1).

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Affiliation: Medical-Surgical Department, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Kashan University of Medical Sciences, Kashan, IR Iran.

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Florence Nightingale (Figure 1), the founder of modern nursing of professional nursing, was born in Florence, Italy, on 1820, in an English family; she was named of the city of her birth... Injured soldiers were left on the floor and the few doctors desperately were trying to manage patients with basic facilities, in dirty environment... She provided medical equipment, clean water and fruits... With this work the mortality rate decreased from 60% to 42% and then to 2.2%... With the establishment of this school, she changed nursing to a respectful profession. : Florence Nightingale in the last years of her life was suffering from a disease, which she acquired it during her service in Crimea... She insisted on the importance of building trusting relationships with patients... Empathy with patient and making a common experience in moving toward health has been validated by Florence nightingale that reaches us to an aesthetic nursing care... Radmehr et al. in a phenomenological study that is published in the present issue of Nursing and Midwifery Studies reported that understanding beyond words, creating a good and nice feeling by making the patient happy, and the sense of unity by perceiving the patient and the nurse as one existence are some aesthetic aspects of nursing ; and showed that Iranian nurses also follow the spirit of nursing that has been established by Florence Nightingale... Florence services were the first efforts to relieve suffering during war... She died in 13 August 1910 at the age of ninety... There are some sentences of Florence included in Table 1.

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