Florence Nightingale (May 12, – August 13, ) was a pioneer in the field of nursing and continues to be an inspiration to generations of healthcare professionals. Born into a wealthy, upper-class British family, she announced her plans to become a nurse despite her family’s deep opposition. Florence Nightingale (–): Feminism and Hospital Reform Mary E. Garofalo, RN, BSN and Elizabeth Fee, PhD Mary E. Garofalo is with the Laboratory of Host Defenses, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, curiousdealcat.com by: 5. Florence Nightingale, daughter of William Edward Nightingale and Frances Coape Smith, was born on May 12, in the City of Florence in Italy.. Florence's father, William Shore had changed his name to Nightingale, on inheriting the estate of Lea Hurst from his maternal uncle, Peter Nightingale, in accordance with the terms of his relative’s will.
Garofalo and E. Fee chose and florence nightingale 1820 1910 bisexual the selection and wrote the biosketch together. But Florence was different. She wanted a higher calling; she wanted to work; to use her intellect, her skills, her moral passion; and to make a difference in the world. She refused to be a subordinate to a husband; she was bored with the trivial lives that upper class women led; she had her destiny to fulfill. She told her parents that she wanted to be a nurse.
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