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Name Date Professor’s Name Course Section/# Title: Florence Nightingale To this day, the contributions that Florence Nightingale has made to the field of nursing and other societal and tangentially related fields cannot be ignored. Nightingale came to prominence during the Crimean War at a time where it was uncommon for women to serve on the front lines of conflict administering to the needs of the fallen.
As a function of understanding these contributions, this brief paper will seek to categorize and elaborate on but a few of the contributions to the field of nursing that Florence Nightingale has affected. After her rise to notoriety and prominence during the Crimean War, Nightingale used her newfound fame and influence not for selfish purposes or to enrich her own life. Rather, she established St Thomas’ Hospital of professional nursing in London. As a function of this, she ultimately laid the framework for the way in which modern nursing education would be administered and provided within an entirely new system. Although a great deal has changed since the establishment of St Thomas’ Hospital, the basic tenets of the nursing profession as lain out by Nightingale have remained almost entirely unchanged. Nightingale was also someone who was far ahead of her own time with regards to the understanding of the way that society and social consciousness, class, race, and gender ultimately affected the way in which individuals integrated with understandings of their own health and ways in which to better it (Stanley et al 2012). ...
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