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My battle against the nurse’s cap

Florence Nightingale was among the first nurses who started wearing a nurse’s cap. The cap was derived by nuns and represented those caring for the sick. Hair was neatly tightened into a bun and covered by the cap. Back then becoming a nurse was typically seen as a female profession, but men were allowed to […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Policy, Nursing, Florence Nightingale, PA NP, Critical Care, Public Health & Policy, Hospital-Based Medicine, CRNA


Here are the lesser-known scientists the UK should put on the new £50 note

Scientist and engineers get a fair crack at adorning Bank of England notes. Since 1970, Isaac Newton, George Stephenson, Michael Faraday, James Watt, and Charles Darwin have all had their turn sharing a note with the Queen. I’d also argue Florence Nightingale, who gathered and analyzed data to inform her treatments and invented the polar area diagram, clearly counts as a scientist. But soon James Watt, along with his entrepreneurial partner Matthew Boulton, will give up their spot and be replace...
Tags: Startups, UK, Bank Of England, Charles Darwin, Florence Nightingale, James Watt, Syndication, Matthew Boulton


Keira Knightley Would Love to Play Florence Nightingale

Filmmaker Wash Westmoreland, and actresses Keira Knightley and Denise Gough dropped by the Variety Studio presented by AT&T at the Toronto Film Festival to discuss their new movie, “Colette,” which tells the story of French novelist Gabrielle Colette. Westmoreland co-wrote the film with his late partner, Richard Glatzer, who he had previously written and directed all his […]
Tags: News, Keira Knightley, Festivals, Toronto Film Festival, Colette, Florence Nightingale, Variety Studio, Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland, Denise Gough, Gabrielle Colette Westmoreland


New Nikon Mirrorless System Will be Medium Format! No It Won't!

"That's the charge of the Light Brigade at Balaclava!""No it's not, it's Waterloo!"* Mirrorless just passed its 10th anniversary. It has been a success, yet has failed to take the market by storm. As you're no doubt aware if you're interested in digital cameras and/or Nikon, Nikon and Canon have been significant holdouts (although both have dabbled, halfheartedly), but Nikon has decided recently to get into mirrorless in a bigger, more Nikony way. It has been teasing its future announcement o...
Tags: Google, Photography, Scotland, New, Harvard, Cameras, South Africa, Nikon, Black Sea, Canon, Waterloo, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Miata, Florence Nightingale, Amazon US


National Nurses Week 2018: Inspirational Sayings To Honor Health Professionals

National Nurses Week begins annually May 6 and runs through May 12 to honor health professionals. The celebration is marked to recognize the birthday of Florence Nightingale, widely considered the founder of professional nursing.  The first National Nurses Week was celebrated in 1954, which was the 100th anniversary of Nightingale’s famous mission to the Crimea. However it became nationally recognized only after President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation that May 6 would henceforth be Nationa...
Tags: News, Ronald Reagan, Crimea, Florence Nightingale


Climbing With Care: Advice For Nurses Who Want To Climb The Career Ladder

ince the days of Florence Nightingale, nurses have been one of the most valuable resources in perpetuating good health while ensuring that when we are afflicted by injury or illness we are treated with the care, patience, compassion, and expertise that we need and deserve.
Tags: Jobs, Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Find your Dream Job


5 Things You Should Know Before Becoming a Nurse

Being a nurse is a calling. It takes intellect, a fierce work ethic and great desire to help others to become a good nurse. Despite the fulfillment that comes with being a nurse and helping others, the job isn’t easy. According to the annual Gallup poll, nursing has been ranked as the most trusted profession for 15 years, consecutively. Although nursing has evolved over the years, it’s still surrounded by many myths and stereotypes, including what’s known historically about Florence Nighting...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Nurse, Nursing, Gallup, Health & Fitness, Florence Nightingale, Nurse Practitioner, Nurses Work


Celebrating women in STM [timeline]

Throughout the month of March, Oxford University Press will be celebrating women in STM (science, technology, and medicine) with the objective of highlighting the outstanding contributions that women have made to these fields. Historically many of the contributions made by women have gone unsung or undervalued, and these fields have been male-dominated and inaccessible for women to enter. Today, there are many groups and individuals championing women to pursue careers in science, technology, eng...
Tags: Books, Featured, Marie Curie, Ada Lovelace, Health & Medicine, Pierre, Jane Goodall, Florence Nightingale, Oxford University Press, STM, Hypatia, Science & Medicine, Women's History Month, Physics & Chemistry, Wellcome, Oxford Medicine Online


Florence Nightingale Ero-Cosplay Gorgeously Gigantic

Fate/Grand Order’s scantily clad Florence Nightingale has ventured into the 3D realm as demonstrated by this buxom beauty, whose loveliness is apparently so enrapturing that she needed to censor a portion of her face.
Tags: Games, Stockings, Nurses, Anime, Cosplay, Florence Nightingale, Oppai, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Fate/Grand Order, Mizugi, Florence Nightingale Ero


‘Why am I with an emotionally unavailable person?’ Identify who you’re competing with

While some people openly admit to being competitive, I’ve often found that many people who are, don’t see themselves in that way. Because they’re perfectionists, people pleasers and often prone to comparison, self-criticism and highlighting how they’re not ‘good enough’, they don’t regard themselves as having or showing a strong desire to be more successful than others. It’s like, I’m not getting what I want so how can I be competitive? This couldn’t be further from the truth. If you’ve wondered...
Tags: Dating, Florence Nightingale, Emotional Unavailability, Emotional Availability


Florence Nightingale’s Halloween Outfit × Custom Maid 3D 2

The enticing Halloween outfit of Fate/Grand Order’s Florence Nightingale has made its way into sexy girl customization eroge Custom Maid 3D 2, prompting hordes of users to dress up their favorite maidens in the skimpy attire for the pleasure of…
Tags: Games, News, Anime, Mods, Florence Nightingale, Oppai, 3D CG, Image Gallery, Eroge, Fate/Stay Night, Mizugi, Custom Maid 3D


Dadabhai Naoroji: The ‘black man’ in Westminster

Dadabhai Naoroji, the first Indian elected to the House of Commons, lent his energies to causes as diverse as the women’s suffrage movement and Indian self-rule Article by Manu S. Pillai | LiveMint Some days ago, members of parliament at Westminster in London organized a special meeting to honour the memory of the first Indian to have been elected to the House of Commons. It was not an open event, yet the queue outside wound around the building long enough for a café owner to step out and en...
Tags: Europe, England, London, Congress, Life, India, Britain, House Of Commons, Westminster, Parliament, Mumbai, Bombay, University College London, Salisbury, Indians, Florence Nightingale


Florence Nightingale Cosplay by Hiroko Akutagawa

Fate/Grand Order’s voluptuous Florence Nightingale has gotten a cosplay from the charming Hiroko Akutagawa, which has made use of her fabulously skimpy nurse-themed Halloween outfit – which may possibly even rival Shielder’s previous wolf-themed outfit from last year in terms…
Tags: Halloween, Games, Nurses, Anime, Cosplay, Galleries, Florence Nightingale, Oppai, Fate/Grand Order, Florence Nightingale Cosplay, Hiroko Akutagawa


Book Review: The Mitford Murders by Jessica Fellowes

Well, this is the worst book I read in a long, long time. Title: The Mitford Murders Author: Jessica Fellowes Genre: Murder Mystery Publisher: Sphere/Minotaur Publication date: September 2017 (UK) / January 20148 (US) Hardcover: 400 Pages It’s 1919, and Louisa Cannon dreams of escaping her life of poverty in London, and most of all her oppressive and dangerous uncle. Louisa’s salvation is a position within the Mitford household at Asthall Manor, in the Oxfordshire countryside. There she will...
Tags: Books, UK, Murder, London, Book Reviews, US, Mystery, Florence, Nancy, Sussex, Oxfordshire, Guy, Mitford, Nancy Mitford, Mabel, Florence Nightingale


Lady with the logarithm: four lessons from Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale saved more lives with her grasp of numbers than she did with her gift for nursing, writes Alan Finkel.
Tags: Mathematics, Florence Nightingale


Lady With the Lamp

by Linda Ryan   The year I was in third grade was a rough year. I seemed to catch just about every disease that came down the pike, and I missed a lot of school. I also found out what boredom was. Mama didn’t have time to read to me all the time, especially since I already knew how to read at least fairly well for my grade level, so I began rummaging through the house for every book I could lay my hands on. I read all my brother’s Hardy boys and started in on my own sets of Nancy Drew, Cherry Am...
Tags: England, Religion, Arizona, Crimea, God, Florence, Jericho, Roman Catholic, Hardy, Florence Nightingale, Speaking to the Soul, Linda Ryan, North Scottsdale, Wikimedia Commons Like, Nancy Drew Cherry Ames


understanding systems

Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. “We build our computer (systems) the way we build our cities: over time, without a plan, on top of ruins.” —Ellen Ullman, via @CodeWisdom @Eric_Weiner: “All travel is time travel. We journey in order to transport ourselves to another era or, better yet, change the rhythm of our lives.” Florence Nightingale Saved Far More People With Her Grasp Of Numbers Than Of Nursing,...
Tags: Crimea, Capital, eLearning, Don, Florence Nightingale, Friday's Finds, Ellen Ullman


25 Motivational Quotes To Live By

25 Motivational quotes to bring the encouragement and motivation you need to be the best you. Reach your goals and make your dreams happen. Did you know that our thoughts can eventually become our actions? We can help determine our future success as well as failures by words and thoughts that we are putting into our heads!  The simple act of reading inspiring quotes and motivational words can set us on a path to greatness.  It is no secret that life has times of great obstacles and rough patches...
Tags: Quotes, Crafts, Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Mark Twain, Alice Walker, Maya Angelou, Walt Disney, Henry Ford, Buddha, Don, Christopher Columbus, Franklin D Roosevelt, Vince Lombardi, Helen Keller, Theodore Roosevelt


There is no ‘job opening’; relationships are co-created.

Are you looking for a relationship right now? If so, consider whether you’re coming from an empowered place, or whether you feel inferior in some way and as if this potential future partner, who you might not have met yet, holds the power to determine your future. If it’s the latter, you are falling into the trap of behaving like someone who has to do ‘all the right things’ in order to be chosen. You’re hoping that someone will give you a home. Auditioning to be chosen for the role of girlfriend...
Tags: Dating, Self-worth, Florence Nightingale, Healthier Relationships, Discovery phase of dating, Putting People On Pedestals, Signs Of A Healthy Relationship


Blind Spots Block The Relationship You Want

“Natalie, I am sooooo ready to be in a relationship and settle down. I can’t [whatever they’re currently doing and suffering through] anymore.” I hear variations of this statement sooooo much, sometimes from the same people multiple times over several months or even years, and it’s often after sharing their dissatisfaction, frustration and even despair over what is currently happening in their lives. It’s not just that they’re not in the relationship they want; there is invariably something els...
Tags: Dating, Michelin, Mcdonalds, Ben, Natalie, Florence Nightingale, Healthier Relationships, Emotional Unavailability, Emotional Availability, Assumptions In Relationships


What more can be done to protect the protectors?

“Something that ought not to be happening and about which someone had better do something now”. In 1974 this was the definition given to the policing mission by US Sociologist, Bittner. We can debate it but it neatly captures the complexity and dangers that police face every day. Whatever people view of the police, in the UK, when the wheel starts to come off the police will be called – they are always the bottom line. Bittner went on say that policing is like Florence Nightingale being in pursu...
Tags: Books, UK, Featured, Law, Police, US, West Midlands Police, Cambridge University, Power Rangers, Policing, Christopher, Florence Nightingale, Wikimedia Commons, Bittner, Cynthia Lum, Western Australia Police


What more can could be done to protect the protectors?

“Something that ought not to be happening and about which someone had better do something now”. In 1974 this was the definition given to the policing mission by US Sociologist, Bittner. We can debate it but it neatly captures the complexity and dangers that police face every day. Whatever people view of the police, in the UK, when the wheel starts to come off the police will be called – they are always the bottom line. Bittner went on say that policing is like Florence Nightingale being in pursu...
Tags: Books, UK, Featured, Law, Police, US, West Midlands Police, Cambridge University, Power Rangers, Policing, Christopher, Florence Nightingale, Wikimedia Commons, Bittner, Cynthia Lum, Western Australia Police


Unpublished Photos Capture the Lifesaving Role of Nurses in World War II

When nurses and their grateful patients around the world mark International Nurses Day on Friday, they will also be marking the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth on May 12, 1820. Though nursing has always been an important profession, the story of Florence Nightingale, who achieved renown as a nurse during the Crimean War, is a good reminder that it is often during times of war that the invaluable role of the nurse is most obvious. Source & Full Story
Tags: Genealogy, Florence Nightingale, Digitization Archives, Genealogy News, Genealogyblog


Florence Nightingale Quotes: 10 Most Inspiring Sayings By The Lady With The Lamp On Her 197th Birthday

Florence Nightingale was born in Florence, Italy, on May 12, 1820. She was also called “The lady with the lamp” and was known for her contribution to her profession as a nurse. Her family did not support her choice of career. But she defied all odds to not just become successful at it but revolutionize it entirely to the extent of being considered the pioneer of nursing as we know it today.
Tags: News, Florence Italy, Florence Nightingale


Florence Nightingale Birthday: Facts About ‘Founder Of Modern Nursing’

It is Florence Nightingale’s birthday today! Revered as the “founder of modern nursing,” Florence was born in Florence, Italy on May 12, 1820. Florence was known for introducing the need for sanitation while caring for wounded soldiers in the Crimean War, saving several lives, training nurses and cleaning hospitals. She died in London at the age of 90 on Aug. 13, 1910.
Tags: London, News, Florence, Florence Italy, Florence Nightingale


Florence Nightingale's 'rubbish' amulets to go on display for first time

World Museum in Liverpool will show ancient Egyptian souvenirs along with objects she did rate that in fact were fakeA collection of ancient Egyptian amulets acquired by Florence Nightingale in the winter of 1849 when she went on an adventurous Egyptian holiday are going on display for the first time – and the curator at the World Museum in Liverpool is rather more impressed by them than the Lady of the Lamp herself was.Five years before she sailed to Scutari during the Crimean war, Nightingale ...
Tags: Science, Africa, UK News, World news, Culture, Middle East and North Africa, Egypt, Liverpool, Heritage, Museums, Archaeology, Florence Nightingale, Nightingale, World Museum, Scutari, Parthenope


Florence Nightingale wins the golden halo!

Lent Madness has announced the winner of the Golden Halo for 2017: Florence Nightingale. From the blog: “To celebrate this momentous victory, the SEC has commissioned Lent Madness hymn writer extraordinaire, Sister Diana Doncaster, to pen a hymn for the occasion. Enjoy!” Ode to Flo Tune: Hymn to Joy, Hymnal ‘82, 376, Joyful, Joyful we Adore Thee Joyful are the ones who voted for our Florence Nightingale. Joyful more the ones whose lives and health she guarded without fail. Joyful are the ones wh...
Tags: Religion, SEC, Florence, Christ, Joyful, Florence Nightingale, The Lead, Golden Halo, Diana Doncaster, Florence Nightingale Joyful, Henry Beard Delany


It’s 2017. There’s no excuse to be disconnected.

“I attribute my success to this-I never gave or took any excuse.” -Florence Nightingale I was publically thanked today for doing my job. No, really. By two of my coworkers, actually. It sort of took me aback just a bit. Over the past Christmas holiday a couple of patients, being human as we all are, forgot to get their medications squared away before the clinic was going to close for a total of five days. They panicked, thinking that if they ran out of medications, it would come to no good (prob...
Tags: Health, Atlanta, Psychiatry, Florence Nightingale, Physician


Back to the future of skyscraper design

Newly-published, The Recovery of Natural Environments in Architecture by Professor Alan Short is the culmination of 30 years’ research and award-winning green building design by Short and colleagues in Architecture, Engineering, Applied Maths and Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge. “The crisis in building design is already here,” said Short. “Policy makers think you can solve energy and building problems with gadgets. You can’t. As global temperatures continue to rise, we are g...
Tags: Europe, Usa, UK, London, China, Chicago, Beijing, West, NHS, Yale, Paris, Manchester, Cambridge, Leicester, University of Cambridge, Short


Free (DRM-free) Romantikkens verden [Danish Romanticism Era History Culture Overview]

Romantikkens verden: Natur, menneske, samfund, kunst og kultur (The World of Romanticism: Nature, man, society, art and culture) edited by Ole Høiris & Thomas Ledet, is a volume in the Verdensboger (World Books) series of Danish-language self-contained titles which provide a comprehensive introductory overview to cultural and historical periods, this installment covering the 18th-19th century Romantic Era (Wikipedia) which followed the Age of Enlightenment, free courtesy of the Aarhus University...
Tags: Deals, Books, Wikipedia, Freebies, Denmark, UD, Florence Nightingale, Aarhus University Press, Aarhus Universitet, Denne