[KINDLE] ❁ Notes on Nursing ❄ Florence Nightingale – Diclofenac16.us

Notes on Nursing My Heart Always Sinks Within Me When I Hear The Good Housewife, Of Every Class, Say, I Assure You The Bed Has Been Well Slept In, And I Can Only Hope It Is Not True What Is The Bed Already Saturated With Somebody Else S Damp Before My Patient Comes To Exhale In It His Own Damp Has It Not Had A Single Chance To Be Aired No, Not One It Has Been Slept In Every Night From The Best Known Work Of Florence Nightingale 1820 1910 , The Originator And Founder Of Modern Nursing, Comes A Collection Of Notes That Played An Important Part In The Much Needed Revolution In The Field Of Nursing For The First Time It Was Brought To The Attention Of Those Caring For The Sick That Their Responsibilities Covered Not Only The Administration Of Medicines And The Application Of Poultices, But The Proper Use Of Fresh Air, Light, Warmth, Cleanliness, Quiet, And The Proper Selection And Administration Of Diet Miss Nightingale Is Outspoken On These Subjects As Well As On Other Factors That She Considers Essential To Good Nursing But, Whatever Her Topic, Her Main Concern And Attention Is Always On The Patient And His Needs.One Is Impressed With The Fact That The Fundamental Needs Of The Sick As Observed By Miss Nightingale Are Amazingly Similar Today Even Though They Are Generally Taken For Granted Now To What They Were Over 100 Years Ago When This Book Was Written For This Reason, This Little Volume Is As Practical As It Is Interesting And Entertaining It Will Be An Inspiration To The Student Nurse, Refreshing And Stimulating To The Experienced Nurse, And Immensely Helpful To Anyone Caring For The Sick.

[KINDLE] ❁ Notes on Nursing  ❄ Florence Nightingale – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Notes on Nursing
  • Florence Nightingale
  • English
  • 25 December 2018
  • 048622340X

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  1. says:

    A piece of history, I enjoyed reading nursing pioneer Florence Nightingales account of nursing in a time when the profession was not widely respected or even considered to be a feasible career The language is, of course, typical of the era of which it was written in which requires an amount of concentration by the reader to fully understand the overall message I read this from a purely historical interest point of view while I was training as a nurse myself It s interesting to see what aspect A piece of history, I enjoyed reading nursing pioneer Florence Nightingales account of nursing in a time when the profession was not widely respected or even considered to be a feasible career The language is, of course, typical of the era of which it was written in which requires an amount of concentration by the reader to fully understand the overall message I read this from a purely historical interest point of view while I was training as a nurse myself It s interesting to see...


  2. says:

    I loved this peek into the world of nursing through the eyes of Florence Nightingale Nightingale lived during the Victorian Age during the Industrial Revolution in the mid 1800 s She witnesses to hearing a call of God when she was 16 which eventually led her into ministering to the sick.Possessing superior administrative skills and viewing nursing as an art not just a science she has stated that, Every woman is a nurse Common sense natural health suggestions were presented in each chapter su I loved this peek into the world of nursing through the eyes of Florence Nightingale Nightingale lived during the Victorian Age during the Industrial Revolution in the mid 1800 s ...


  3. says:

    Since I am studying nursing, this was a really interesting read Written by the lady who made nursing a respectable career, I enjoy comparing the methods she was inspired to use vs the way we do things in our day Her language is very Jane Austen like.and to the point The most interesting point I learned was her belief that the quality of air we breathe is the single most important thing to making a sick person healthy and keeping healthy people healthy Further, she says that even in the Since I am studying nursing, this was a really interesting read Written by the lady who made nursing a respectable career, I enjoy comparing the methods she was inspired to use vs the way we do things in our day Her language is very Jane Austen like.and to the point The most interesting point I learned was her belief...


  4. says:

    Admittedly, I probably find this book a bitfascinating than the average person as I am nurse, yet it is an interesting snapshot of the medical practices of Flo s time Of course, much of what Ms Nightingale wrote ...


  5. says:

    I read this book because I am a new nursing student It was very interesting to learn many of today s nursing procedures started with Florence Nightingale She truly was is the foundation of nursing Simple things like clean beds and cl...


  6. says:

    Yeah I get it ventilate the room, wash your hands, change the patient s sheets, keep the chamber pot empty.There is no doubht that nursing would not be what it is today with out Florence Nightingale, but this book was so preachy and nagging I will definately save it as a citation source for ...


  7. says:

    Every nurse should read this to remind us where nursing has been, how far we ve come and what has not changed at all Florence Nightingale had incredible foresight not only in nursing but in public health.


  8. says:

    Florence Nightingale s tips on the many varied aspects of nursing Not, as she explicitly states repeatedly throughout the book, a guide to be used for training a hospital nurse, but a guide for the private nurse The nurse, either paid or voluntary, who is called upon to look after a patient a mother nursing a sick child, a relative called upon to look after an invalid, or a private nurse hired to take care of a patient in a private home Nightingale points out that while the intention may be g Florence Nightingale s tips on the many varied aspects of nursing Not, as she explicitly states repeatedly throughout the book, a guide to be used for training a hospital nurse, but a guide for the private nurse The nurse, either paid or voluntary, who is called upon to look after a patient a mother nursing a sick child, a relative called upon to look after an invalid, or a private nurse hired to take care of a patient in a private home Nightingale points out that while the intention may be good, in most cases, this form of nursing is sadly lacking in even the very basics that most hospitals have as part of routine systems As part of this, she covers everything from ensuring fresh air and ventilation the importance of cleanliness in food, air, and water going even into great detail about what type of chamber pots to use, how to clean them, and so on food for patients what signs to look out f...


  9. says:

    I would earnestly ask my sisters to keep clear of both the jargons now current everywhere for they are equally jargons of the jargon, namely, about the rights of women, which urges women to do all that men do, including the medical and other professions, merely because men do it, and without regard to whether this is the best that women can do and of the jargon which urges women to do nothing that men do, merely because they are women, and should be recalled to a sense of their duty as w I would earnestly ask my sisters to keep clear of both the jargons now current everywhere for they are equally jargons of the jargon, namely, about the rights of women, which urges ...


  10. says:

    flew through the book as that is all I can do with free time readings.The focus of her notes are on what she calls sanitary nursing, the maintenance of a healthy ennvironment so as to promote the reparative process of the body, a process which, interestingly enough, she labels disease healthy environemnt clean air, light, appropriate conversation within scope of practice, etc. Course, some of what is said would today be considered outdated and much of what I read elicited a well, ye flew through the book as that is all I can do with free time readings.The focus of her notes are on what she calls sanitary nursing, the maintenance of a healthy ennvironment so as to promote the reparative process of the body, a process which, interestingly enough, she labels disease healthy environemnt clean air, light, appropriate conversation within scope of practice, etc. Course, some of what is said would today be considered outdated and much of what I read elicited a well, yeah, obviously, seeing as her notes are common sense for those of us in the twenty first century common sense, however, as ive come to find out, is quite often culturally...

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