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London nurses mark Florence Nightingale's bicentenary
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12 May 2020
On 12 May 2020 Reuters reported:
Nurses in central London admired a giant projection of Florence Nightingale onto the buildings of Guys and St Thomas' hospitals on Monday night [11 May] to mark 200 years since her birth and her legacy to modern nursing. The projection will be repeated on Tuesday night and includes a tribute to all those who serve today in the care sector.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of health, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Nightingale became famous after she and a small team of nurses travelled to modern-day Istanbul in 1854 to treat British soldiers wounded in the Crimean War, in which British, French, and Ottoman forces fought the Russian Empire.
... Throughout her life, Nightingale stressed the vital importance of good hygiene and cleanliness and her advice to wash hands thoroughly to prevent infection remains central, including in the fight against the new coronavirus. ... Nightingale was also a pioneer of 'evidence-based healthcare', gathering data and producing statistics to prove the importance of cleanliness, sanitation, and suitable facilities.
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