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The Evolution of the Nurse Stereotype via Postcards: From Drunk to Saint to Sexpot to Modern Medical Professional | History | Smithsonian

The Evolution of the Nurse Stereotype via Postcards: From Drunk to Saint to Sexpot to Modern Medical Professional | History | Smithsonian

The photo was taken in 1910. It’s the last photograph taken of Florence Nightingale. (It's rare: she was reluctant throughout her life to be photographed.) It shows 90 year old Florence in her bedroom at her home in London. The photo was taken by Lizzie Caswall Smith. On the back of the photo Smith wrote, “Taken just before she died, house near Park Lane. The only photograph I ever took out of studio. I shall never forget the experience.”

The photo was taken in 1910. It’s the last photograph taken of Florence Nightingale. (It's rare: she was reluctant throughout her life to be photographed.) It shows 90 year old Florence in her bedroom at her home in London. The photo was taken by Lizzie Caswall Smith. On the back of the photo Smith wrote, “Taken just before she died, house near Park Lane. The only photograph I ever took out of studio. I shall never forget the experience.”

Florence Nightingale's environmental theory - Wikipedia - Nightingale is considered the first nursing theorist. One of her theories was the Environmental Theory, which incorporated the restoration of the usual health status of the nurse's clients into the delivery of health care—it is still practiced today.

Florence Nightingale's environmental theory - Wikipedia - Nightingale is considered the first nursing theorist. One of her theories was the Environmental Theory, which incorporated the restoration of the usual health status of the nurse's clients into the delivery of health care—it is still practiced today.

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Florence Nightingale & her owlet, Athena, in 'The Life & Death of Athena: An Owlet', written & illustrated by Florence’s sister, Frances Parthenope Verney (circ 1855)

Florence Nightingale & her owlet, Athena, in 'The Life & Death of Athena: An Owlet', written & illustrated by Florence’s sister, Frances Parthenope Verney (circ 1855)

florence nightingale birthday - Bing Images

florence nightingale birthday - Bing Images

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