Notes on nightingale: the influence and legacy of a nursing icon
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Notes on nightingale: the influence and legacy of a nursing icon

Frances Pickersgill Development editor, Nursing Standard

Eight nurse historians offer an insight into Florence Nightingale’s struggles with the powerful demands of doctors and politicians, the religious bigotry of post-emancipation england and personal animosities arising in the atmosphere of a poorly conducted war.

Nursing Management. 18, 6, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/nm.18.6.13.s6

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