Notes on Nursing Characters

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Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale is a nurse who wrote this book, and it is in the first person. The practice of modern-day nursing is based on the teachings of Florence Nightingale. Her writings and teachings stressed that management of duties is very important. Her tenets became the basics of patient care we use today. She lived from 1820 to 1910. She was known to take many notes during her work day, and she used those notes to write this book. Details are very important to Florence Nightingale, both in her note taking and delivery of care to patients. From her writing still, the reader can tell she has great pride in her concern and level of care for patients and believed all nurses should be just as capable of providing the same level of care.

As an author, she is highly respected and her work was praised by many in the...

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