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  • Florence Nightingale ♥ Integrantes. Ivanna Valeria Enrique Abraham Lilliam Fabiana
    • She was born on May 12, 1820. Her parents were two wealthy British traveling through Italy.
    • Florence was well educated in literature, music, drawing and the domestic art.
    • A woman of her social standing was expected to marry and dedicate her life to her family.
    FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
    • Florence Nightingale was a nurse in the city of Florencia, Italy, where she worked for many years.
    • Florence’s family oppose her career decision because in those days hospitals where dirty places and full of untrained personnel; nevertheless she became a nurse because she felt an early calling to serve.
    FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
    • In 1854, the British press reported that wounded soldiers in the Crimea War were being poorly attended.
    • This news triggered Florence’s concerning, so she gathered a group of nurses and travel to Turkey in order to help the needed soldiers.
    FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
    • Her arrival wasn’t celebrated by the many surgeons in the battlefront, who resented the interference of a woman.
    • Regardless of their opposition, Florence worked tirelessly to improve the conditions of the hospital.
    • She introduced serious changes in the British military medical care by increasing the standards for sanitation and nutrition, lowering significantly the mortality rates.
    FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
    • She became invalid over the years, nevertheless she continued having an influence on nursing standards and medical care and training.
    • In 1859 she helped to establish the first Visiting Nurse Association, and by 1860 she established a school that became a model for modern nursing training.
    FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
    • On August 13, 1910 Florence died while sleeping.
    • She was considered a pioneer of the Red Cross Societies, and also the first woman to received the British Order of Merit.
    FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
    • Florence Nightingale was known by the soldiers as the “lady with the lamp”, because she used to work late into the night, tending the sick and wounded.
    • Today she is remembered as a symbol of selfless caring and tireless service.
    FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
  • FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
    • THE END