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Celebrate National Nurses Day

  • Thursday, May 06, 2010 12:37
    Message # 336763

    The history of Nurses Day can be traced back to 1953 when Dorothy Sutherland of the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare sent a proposal to President Eisenhower to proclaim a “Nurse Day”.  The following year, National Nurses Week was observed from October 11-25 marking the 100th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s mission Crimea.

    In 1974, President Nixon proclaimed “National Nurses Week”.  In 1981, May 6th was declared “National Recognition Day for Nurses”.

    Often described as an art and a science, nursing is a profession that embraces dedicated people with varied interests, strengths and passions because of the may opportunities the profession offers.  As nurses, we work in emergency rooms, school based clinics, hospitals, and many more places.  We have many roles from staff nurse to educator, nurse practitioner to researcher…and serve all of them with a passion for the profession and a strong commitment to patient safety.

    “Let us be anxious to do well, not

     for selfish praise, but to honor

    amd advamce the cause. The work

    we have taken up”.

                                                                From Florence Nightingale’s Selected Letters

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The SWVBRC enlists the support of members of local Communities like you to increase Veteran awareness of the value of obtaining a VA card and receiving earned benefits.

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