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Florence Nightingale

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on 6 December 2012

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"If you ever stop learning, you might as well stop nursing"
~ Florence Nightingale Florence Nightingale How much do you know about Florence? True/False 1. Florence Nightingale was born in Florence, Italy. 1. True. 2. Florence was the founder of Modern Nursing. 3. Florence was known as The Lady with the Lantern. 4. Florence died at the age of 94. 2. True 3. False. She was known as The Lady with the Lamp 4. False. She died at the age of 90 "If a nurse declines to do these kind of things for her patient, because it is not her business, I should say that nursing is not her calling."
~ Florence Nightingale The End General information ~ 12th of May 1820~ ~Her family ~Voice of God~ ~Her book~ The Crimean War & Florence October 1853 - February 1856
Russian Empire vs. French, British and Ottoman Empire
Terrible circumstances
Florence and 38 nurses
No beds, no food, no medicines
The lady with the lamp ~Founder of modern nursing~ ~13th of August 1910~ Florence' family tree Total Dead In action Of wounds Of disease French Empire
95 000 British Empire
21 097 Russian Empire
220 000 10 240 20 000 60 000 2 755 2 019 16 232 80 000 40 000 100 000 ~Crimean War~ After the Crimean War ~Crimean war~ ~Writer and social reformer~ ~Chronic poor health~ Sources:
Google images 2. True
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