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Author: Florence Nightingale

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ISBN: 9781554809141

Category: Nursing

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nurses are taken you will have to be simpler and write in precepts, illustrating your precepts where required by a few easy sentences requiring little thought but appealing to the one element that every good nurse must have namely ...

Author: Dr. Victor Skretkowicz, PhD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826118437

Category: Medical

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Named a 2013 Doody's Core Title! "This beautiful book bound in red leather includes an in-depth history about each version and the preparation and publishing of Nightingale's works. What is very interesting is the editor's commentary on the bibliographical and social history behind the various versions. He discusses little known facts about the book, such as the one published for the educated professional is the second version, whereas the other versions, though more widely published and more widely known, were written mainly for the masses. The editor's research clearly describes Nightingale's legacy and the effect it has had on contemporary nursing as well as nursing's future. At $40.00, it is a steal."Score: 98, 5 Stars.-- Doody's Medical Reviews "With the 2010 publication of Dr. Victor Skretkowicz's Florence Nightingale's Notes on Nursing (Revised with Additions) in Florence Nightingale's (1920-1910) centenary year, nurses and others will recognize this extraordinary woman whose dedication and determination helped to shape the course of modern global healthcare and holistic and integral relationship-centered care." Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN International Co-Director, Nightingale Initiative for Global Health Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and Arlington, Virginia "This book was a delight. An account of cutting-edge nursing and medical care from London, circa 1850, by somebody who needs no introduction. Florence Nightingale is nothing if not forthright and her description of both the nursing and social situation of the times is illuminating."--IAHPC (International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care) Newsletter Simultaneously witty, scathing, and anecdotal, Florence Nightingale's Notes on Nursing is perhaps the most influential work on nursing throughout the world. For years, the varying editions of this seminal work have puzzled scholars as well as readers. Now, Dr. Skretkowicz sets the historical record straight. This volume includes the annotated and unabridged July 1860 edition [the "Library Standard Edition"] of Notes on Nursing, the 1868 edition of Notes on Nursing [for the Labouring Classes], and additional manuscripts written by Nightingale in 1875 that she was never able to publish. Beautifully bound in faux leather with a decorative ribbon, this commemorative volume makes a perfect gift for any nurse and is a must-have for all nursing libraries and researchers. The new edition presents Nightingale's unabridged edition in its original form for the very first time since its publication in July 1860. Together with the 1868 edition and the 1875 manuscripts, the book provides today's educated readership with the nearest possible "authoritative, complete, and unexpurgated" version of "one of the best selling, globally circulated texts of the nineteenth century." Key Features: Complete with Dr. Skretkowicz's own expert commentary and annotations Describes the variant versions of the texts in the contexts of their social and cultural history Presents some of Nightingale's original passages that remained unpublished for more than 100 years Provides reactions and commentary from Nightingale's contemporaries "

I only mention it , because if a nurse can by practice measure medicine by the eye , surely she is no nurse who cannot measure by the eye about how much food ( in oz . ) ... 6 " " shock or is He > has eaten all his diets 64 NOTES ON NURSING .

Author: Florence Nightingale

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: BCUL:1094775532

Category: Nurses

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The following notes are by no means intended as a rule of thought by which nurses can teach themselves to nurse, still less as a manual to teach nurses to nurse. They are meant simply to give hints for thought to women who have personal charge of the health of others. Every woman, or at least almost every woman, in England has, at one time or another of her life, charge of the personal health of somebody, whether child or invalid, -in other words, every woman is a nurse. Every day sanitary knowledge, or the knowledge of nursing, or in other words, of how to put the constitution in such a state as that it will have no disease, or that it can recover from disease, takes a higher place. It is recognized as the knowledge which every one ought to have-distinct from medical knowledge, which only a profession can have. If, then, every woman must at some time or other of her life, become a nurse, i.e., have charge of somebody's health, how immense and how valuable would be the produce of her united experience if every woman would think how to nurse. I do not pretend to teach her how, I ask her to teach herself, and for this purpose I venture to give her some hints

Nurse Nurse (not Domestic Servant) (Domestic Servant) Great Britain and Islands in theBritish Seas. 25,466 21,017 England and Wales. 23,751 18,945 Scotland. 1,543 1,922 Islands in the British Seas. 172 150 1st Division. London.

Author: Florence Nightingale

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783734046704

Category: Fiction

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Reproduction of the original: Notes on Nursing by Florence Nightingale
2018-09-21 By Florence Nightingale

Nevertheless let no one think that because sanitary nursing is the subject of these notes, therefore, ... Another who cannot move himself may die of bed-sores, because the nurse does not know how to change and clean him, ...

Author: Linda Carrier-Walker

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780702051081

Category: Medical

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Florence Nightingale wrote 'Notes on Nursing' for caregivers in the home and it is remarkable how much of the original remains relevant today. This modern edition aims to complement the work of Florence Nightingale, extending her reach to new generations committed to caring for the people they love. The International Council of Nurses and the Florence Nightingale International Foundation (FNIF) have prepared this modern edition of the Notes 150 years after its original publication, to mark FNIF’s 75th anniversary. Practical advice on what a caregiver needs to do and know in order to deliver the best care to loved ones, including how to organise the home environment, preparing and serving food, bedding and preventive measures against infection and other complications which put loved ones at risk.. Clear guidance, with illustrations, lists and planning tools to help caregivers organize and provide an effective program of care. Advice for caregivers on how to work with nurses, physicians and other health professionals to ensure their prescriptions and advice are well understood and implemented. Advice which anticipates and addresses the needs of all caregivers, whether they live in a modern community or in remote regions with less access to safe water, medications and health professionals. Adds new information and advice based on current medical knowledge, while retaining segments of the original work that remain relevant today Provides common-sense guidance on good hygiene and organization for caregivers worldwide, whatever their material circumstances Endorsed by the IAPO (International Alliance of Patients' Organizations
2009-06-26 By Linda Carrier-Walker

NOTE AS TO TIE NUMBER OF WOMEN EMPLOYED AS NURSES IN GREAT BRITAIN . * 2 25,466 were returned , at the census of 1851 , as nurses by profession , 39,139 nurses in domestic service , * and 2,822 midwives . The numbers of different ages ...

Author: Florence Nightingale

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ISBN: BL:A0022008639

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donNOTES ON NURSING : WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT IS NOT . ment 1 to ad war n , we be . BY FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE . jec We never read any book on any subject in which so much is said , and said well , in shorter space .

Author: Florence Nightingale

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044009683129

Category: Nursing

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This special edition of NOTES ON NURSING and NOTES ON HOSPITALS by Florence Nightingale has been privately printed for members of The Classics of Medicine Library. Film for each of the volumes was prepared from original editions of 1859 ...

Author: Florence Nightingale

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ISBN: OSU:32436011229075

Category: Hospital buildings

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... one can deliver every thing up to others and know that all will go on as usual, and that one shall never be missed. NOTE .—It is often complained, that Why hired nurses professional nurses, brought into private give so much trouble.

Author: Florence Nightingale

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ISBN: EAN:8596547023807

Category: Fiction

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Notes on Nursing: What it is and What it is Not is a book by Florence Nightingale. Nightingale is considered the founder of modern nursing and delves here into topics such as cleanliness of rooms, bed and bedding, ventilation and warming and many more.
2022-05-28 By Florence Nightingale

Again , I say , what is the nurse or friend there for except to take note of these things , instead of the patient doing so ? It is commonly supposed that the nurse is there to spare the patient from making physical exertion for himself ...

Author: Florence Nightingale

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