Notes on Nursing Topics for Discussion

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Why is it so important to have proper ventilation and fresh air available to a sick ward?

Give some examples of ways poorly-constructed houses contributed to the mortality rate in the time around 1859.

What are some examples of the types of noise Florence Nightingale suggested should be minimized in a sick ward?

What is the importance of variety in a patient's daily routine?

What were some misconceptions about different types of food around the time Florence Nightingale composed this work?

Why was it important that a patient's bed not be too big?

Why did Florence Nightingale suggest a patient be moved to a different bed every twelve hours if possible?

What are some environmental considerations of a sick room that are of little concern in a healthy person's bedroom?

Why did Florence Nightingale suggest that it was dangerous to the patient's health to contest...

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