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Cultural Literature Review
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Cultural Literature Review: Nursing [Name of Student] [Academic Level] Cultural Literature Review: Nursing Throughout history, many outstanding women have nursed the sick. Today, nurses make up what is considered to be the largest professional group in society’s health care system.
Looking back at the historical development of the nursing profession to give the nurses and those planning to become one, insight for a best health care system today and in the future, is the main objective of Karen J. Egenes in her article History of Nursing (n.d), as she stated in her summary (p.23). In her introductory words, she implied that understanding the history of nursing would highlight the importance of this profession in the health care system of the nation. That’s why the article presented an overview of the history of nursing, especially with the nursing in the United States, with the contributions of selected leaders and influence of the societal trends (p.2). It is impossible to speak of the history of nursing without mentioning Florence Nightingale. Egenes’ article remarked that Nightingale laid the foundation of nursing as a profession. She turned down offers of marriage and pursued studies in health, despite her parents opposition, because “she believed that she had been called to dedicate her life to the service of humanity”(p.4). This is the same spirit that dominates the nurses today. Egenes’ objective in writing her article is considerably achievable. ...
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