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Contribuicoes de florence nightingale: Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. O legado de Entogno Nightingale: The author analyzes the influence of the environmental paradigm presented by Hippocrates, the maieutics of Socrates, the role of religious orders in the overall nursing conception Florence Nightingale had by which the observation of social phenomena, both at an individual level as well as a systematic level, comprise the basis of her works.

Peace, love and Florence Nightingale. Legendary Woodstock music festival star Country Joe McDonald has a fascination with Florence Nightingaledating from his work with Vietnam war veterans.

Although her theories have diminished in popularity, he believes her life has lessons for modern ebtorno.

Florence Nightingale and healthcare reform. The purpose of this article was to examine the work of Florence Nightingale in light of her collaboration with William Farr, the eminent medical statistician. Nightingale ‘s epidemiological investigations supported by Farr illustrated that attention to environmental cleanliness was an important factor in preventing spread of disease. Nightingale channeled her investigations to support hospital reforms and the need for an educated nurse who could provide better management of the hospital environment.

Statistical support and solicited criticism allowed Nightingale to argue more forcefully for her reforms. This article casts new and refreshing light on Florence Nightingale ‘s life and work by examining her personality type. Using the theory-based Myers-Briggs Type Indicator MBTIthe author examines Nightingale ‘s personality type and reveals that she was an introverted-intuitive-thinking-judging type.

The merit of using the MBTI is that it allows us to more clearly understand three major areas of Nightingale ‘s life that have been partially unacknowledged or misunderstood: Florence Nightingale and Irish nursing. To challenge statements made about ‘Careful Nursing’ as a ‘distinctive system’ of nursing established by the Irish Sisters of Mercy, prior to Florence Nightingaleand which is said to have influenced her.


Numerous publications have appeared claiming the emergence of a ‘distinctive system’ of nursing as ‘Ireland’s legacy to nursing’, which, it is claimed, influenced Nightingale ‘s system. One paper argues that the Irish system has its philosophical roots in Thomist philosophy. Several papers argue the ongoing relevance of the Irish system, not Nightingale ‘s, for contemporary nursing nightingal and practice. Nightingale ‘s influence on and legacy to Irish nursing are not acknowledged.

Archival and published sources were used to compare the nursing systems of Florence Nightingale nithtingale the Irish Sisters of Mercy, with particular attention to florfnce during the Crimean War. Claims were challenged of a ‘distinctive system’ of nursing established by the Irish Sisters of Mercy in the early nineteenth century, and of its stated influence on the nursing system of Florence Nightingale.

The contention of great medical satisfaction with the ‘distinctive’ system is refuted with data showing bightingale the death rate at the Koulali Hospital, where the Irish sisters nursed, was the highest of all the British war hospitals during the Crimean War. Profound differences between the two systems are outlined. Claims for a ‘distinctive’ Irish system of nursing fail for lack of evidence. Nightingale ‘s principles and methods, as they evolved over the first decade of her school’s work, remain central to nursing theory and practice.

Nightingale ‘s insistence on respect for patients and high ethical standards remains relevant to practice no less so as specific practices change with advances in medical knowledge florejce practice. Rntorno Ambientalista de Florence Nightingale: Full Text Available ResumoObjetivo: Analisar a teoria ambientalista de Florence Nightingale com base no modelo proposto por Johnson e Webber.

Florence Nightingale entorho the pioneer of modern nursing. The aim f,orence this article is to give a brief review of her character. Her Christian name derives from her birthplace, albeit her English nationality. She was trained in England, save for a brief spell in Germany.


The nursing profession of edl time left much to desire; competent nurses were hard to find, their preparation was poor, and so was availability. In Paris, de first encountered real issues related to nursing and sanitation, but did not tarry a moment to get to grips with them. She did not hide her organisational skills and humanitarian outlook, and the occasion to put them to good use presented itself with the Crimean War, where the opposition of army officers only aggravated the arduous process of putting local hygienic conditions under control.

Invariably, Florence Nightingale was perceived by soldiers as an almost toria mother figure, gentle and authoritative, a single firm point in moments of physical or moral decline. She did her best to help improve conditions in India, despite the odds.

She died in London in The life and impact of Florence Nightingale. All nurses learn about Florence Nightingale sometime during their academic studies. Miss Nightingaleeven though she lived over a century ago, still impacts current nursing care. This article provides a brief biographical review of her life and her impact on present day patient care. The queen of nurses.


Her multitasked role contributed significantly toward the development of nursing profession into structured institution. As an administrator, educator, researcher Nightingale ‘s contributions moved nursing from disrespectable profession into replacing more of autonomy and evidence-based practice. The voice of Florence Nightingale on advocacy. Modern nursing is complex, ever changing, and multi flirence. Since the time of Florence Engornohowever, the goal of nursing has remained unchanged, namely to provide a safe and caring environment that promotes patient health and well being.

Effective use of an interpersonal tool, such as advocacy, enhances the care-giving environment.

Nightingale used advocacy early and often in the development of modern nursing. By reading her many letters and publications that have survived, it is possible to identify her professional goals and techniques.

Specifically, Nightingale valued egalitarian human rights and developed leadership principles and practices that provide useful advocacy techniques for nurses practicing in the 21st century. In this article we will review the accomplishments of Florence Nightingalediscuss advocacy in nursing and show how Nightingale used advocacy through promoting both egalitarian human rights and leadership activities.

We will conclude by exploring how Nightingale ‘s advocacy is as relevant for the 21st century as it was for the 19th century. Florence NightingaleStatistician: Implications for Teachers of Educational Research. This paper presents an overview of Florence Nightingale ‘s statistical background and accomplishments; discusses Victorian statistics, Nightingale ‘s education and statistical contributions; and concludes with implications for professors and students of educational research.

Florence Nightingalethe first woman elected as a fellow of…. Florence Nightingale and the Salisbury incident. Florence Nightingale ‘s astute handling of mismanagement in Free Gifts Stores during the Crimean War underscored her administrative ability. Miss Nightingale went to Scutari ostensibly to nurse the British soldiers, and while there encountered innumerable instances of administrative and managerial ineffectiveness and difficulties.

Among these were the problems in the accountability and deployment of supplies as well as the assignment and supervision of female personnel-an untried situation.

The article identifies the misdirected organizational management which occasioned the introduction of women into British war nursing and the voluntary participation of the British citizenry in providing supplies and comfort for the Army. Through analysis of Miss Nightingale ‘s and others’ private correspondence, the problems of personnel management and supply distribution are brought into sharp focus. The interplay of policies and principles to which Miss Nightingale subscribed, the human frailty of one of her women, Miss Nightingale ‘s illness, and the confusion and stress which characterized the Crimean War are discussed.

The compassion, understanding, and rectitude as well as the human values to which Miss Nightingale subscribed in protecting a woman guilty of a breach of trust and felony and the troublesome slanderous attack to which Miss Nightingale was subjected at the instigation of her foes on the home front provide a background for the presentation of the Salisbury affair as an interesting aspect of historical research into the life of the Victorian heroine.


A Dialogue with Florence Nightingale. On her death inFlorence Nightingale left a vast collection of reports, letters, notes and other written material. There are numerous publications that make use of this material, often highlighting Florence ‘s attitude to a particular issue. In this paper we gather a set of quotations and construct a dialogue with Florence Nightingale on the….

Florence Nightingale and the India sanitary reforms. After the Crimean War, Florence Nightingale persisted in researching the health conditions of British troops throughout the Empire. Undaunted by geographic limitations, she surveyed and publicized data that documented the mismanagement of living conditions and health care among the occupational forces on the Indian continent.

Nightingale proposed widespread changes in the reporting of military health status and biostatistics, in sanitary engineering, and in self-care activities. With dogged persistence, she continued to gather follow-up data to measure the changing health status of soldiers in a land she never saw. Florence Nightingale ‘s work for the British Army during the Crimean War earned her the well-deserved honor of being considered the mother of modern nursing.

Less well recognized is her involvement with the development of nutritional services for the military.

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A nutrient-intake analysis is developed here based on her recommendations and recipes for army troops. The intake profile is compared with modern recommendations for dietary intake for adequacy of the diet. Exploring the emotional intelligence of Florence Nightingale. Emotional intelligence EI within nursing appears to be a growing interest as evidenced by the expanding number of literature reviews conducted on the subject.

The inquiry for this historical research is to understand the work and characteristics of Florence Nightingale and EI. The assumption is that nurses who are emotionally intelligent are the most likely to not only survive the nursing profession but to thrive and make compassionate future leaders. Nightingale ‘s letters, pictures and other writings were used to evaluate her viewpoints as an inspirational nurse and leader.

Nightingale was a catalyst for change; internally motivated to be a great nurse and had the zeal to develop others as well.

Exploring Nightingale ‘s characteristics of EI such her confidence, determination, integrity and compassion, her teachings and beliefs can transcend time to mold successful nurses more than a century later.

It is as resounding as the heart it encourages, as far-reaching as the change it invokes. It is tuned by its keen sense of the voices around it and speaks back in a language they can understand. Its breath enters all that truly hear it, and when it no longer speaks, it can still be heard.

August marks the centenary of the death of Florence Nightingalewho must be, without doubt, the most famous name in nursing. Most people, even those in the health professions, think of her as ‘The Lady with the Lamp’; the heroine of the Crimean War, who tended the sick and wounded soldiers at Scutari. Important though this was, her main contribution, which continued long after Crimea, was in the organization of nursing training, in hospital planning, public and military health, and in effective collection of medical statistics.

Observations on sustainable and ubiquitous healthcare informatics from Florence Nightingale.

As nurses nigjtingale the world prepare to celebrate the centenary of the death of Florence Nightingale in this paper reviews her work on using information, especially statistics, to analyze and manage patient care and links that to current developments in informatics.

It then examines assistive technologies and how they may nightinfale on nursing practice in the future and links these developments to the writings of Florence Nightingale. The paper concludes by suggesting that in progressing towards sustainable and ubiquitous healthcare informatics we need to study history in order to learn from the lessons of Florence Nightingale and other healthcare pioneers.