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3 edition of Modern medicine for nurses. found in the catalog.

Modern medicine for nurses.

Gibson, John

Modern medicine for nurses.

by Gibson, John

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Published by Blackwell Scientific Publications in Oxford [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing.,
  • Medicine.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRT65 .G5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 343 p.
    Number of Pages343
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5202620M
    ISBN 100632054506
    LC Control Number75027164

    Bedside writers Compared with doctors, literary nurses have been a rare breed. That is changing, as several current or former nurses are winning acclaim for their memoirs, fiction and poetry.   The modern nurse emerged from the church and the military. Religious sisters served in almshouses, caring for the poor and sick as part of their religious service. Military nurses came from two classes, patriotic women who wanted to serve their country, and servants and camp followers who knew how to provide hands on care. Florence.

      Nurses, surgeons, and physicians rose to the challenge of healing a nation and advanced medicine into the modern age. Walt Whitman remarked on the plethora of hospitals around Washington D.C., calling them "grim clusters.". Florence Nightingale is revered as the founder of modern nursing. Her substantial contributions to health statistics are less well known. She first gained fame by leading a team of 38 nurses to staff an overseas hospital of the British army during the Crimean War. 1 Newspaper reports of unsanitary conditions at the military hospital had aroused the public, and the Secretary of War responded by.

    Today's nurses aren't just caring for the sick; they're changing our very notion of modern medicine and health care delivery. Nurses are giving TED talks, publishing scientific research, developing mobile medical applications, and actively addressing health care policy. From the beginning of their history until modern times Jews have exercised a tremendous influence on the development of medical science. They have always been solicitous in their care for the sick and held the medical profession in great esteem. In ancient times medicine and religion were closely connected.


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