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Summary

About Florence Nightingale

birth of the author

Born:
12 May 1820

death of the author

Died:
13 August 1910

country of the author

Nationality:
British

knownfor of the author

Known For:
Pioneering Modern Nursing
Polar Area Diagram

award of the author

Awards:
Royal Red Cross

occupation of the author

Fields:
Hospital Hygiene And Sanitation, Statistics

institution of the author

Institutions:
Selimiye Barracks, Scutari
King’s College London

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE QUOTES ABOUT TIME

Heaven is neither a place nor a time. — Florence Nightingale

I cannot remember the time when I have not longed for death. … for years and years I used to watch for death as no sick man ever watched for the morning. — Florence Nightingale

Why do people sit up so late, or, more rarely, get up so early? Not because the day is not long enough, but because they have no time in the day to themselves. — Florence Nightingale

Apprehension, uncertainty, waiting, expectation, fear of surprise, do a patient more harm than any exertion. Remember he is face to face with his enemy all the time. — Florence Nightingale

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Averages … seduce us away from minute observation. — Florence Nightingale

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE QUOTES ON NURSING

I use the word nursing for want of a better. — Florence Nightingale

Nursing is one of the Fine Arts: I had almost said, the finest of Fine Arts. — Florence Nightingale

Never to allow a patient to be waked, intentionally or accidentally, is a sine qua non of all good nursing. — Florence Nightingale

Nursing is a progressive art such that to stand still is to go backward. — Florence Nightingale

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Nature alone cures. … what nursing has to do … is to put the patient in the best condition for nature to act upon him. — Florence Nightingale

Nursing is an art: and if it is to be made an art, it requires an exclusive devotion as hard a preparation as any painter’s or sculptor’s work. — Florence Nightingale

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE QUOTES ON SICK

For the sick it is important to have the best. — Florence Nightingale

The very first requirement in a hospital is that it should do The sick no harm. — Florence Nightingale

Unnecessary noise is the most cruel abuse of care which can be inflicted on either the sick or the well. — Florence Nightingale

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The craving for ‘the return of the day’, which the sick so constantly evince, is generally nothing but the desire for light. — Florence Nightingale

Badly constructed houses do for the healthy what badly constructed hospitals do for the sick. Once insure that the air in a house is stagnant, and sickness is certain to follow. — Florence Nightingale

In a sick–room or a bed–room there should never be shutters shut. — Florence Nightingale

It may seem a strange principle to enunciate as the very first requirement in a Hospital that it should do the sick no harm. It is quite necessary nevertheless to lay down such a principle. — Florence Nightingale

The amount of relief and comfort experienced by the sick after the skin has been carefully washed and dried, is one of the commonest observations made at a sick bed. — Florence Nightingale

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If a patient is cold, if a patient is feverish, if a patient is faint, if he is sick after taking food, if he has a bed–sore, it is generally the fault not of the disease, but of the nursing. — Florence Nightingale

Bismarck was a large persian cat owned by Florence Nightingale. — Florence Nightingale

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE QUOTES ON WOMEN

Women have no sympathy and my experience of women is almost as large as Europe. — Florence Nightingale

No woman has excited ‘passions’ among women more than I have. Yet I leave no school behind me. — Florence Nightingale

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Marriage is the only chance (and it is but a chance) offered to women for escape from this death and how eagerly and how ignorantly it is embraced. — Florence Nightingale

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Women dream till they have no longer the strength to dream; those dreams against which they so struggle, so honestly, vigorously, and conscientiously, and so in vain, yet which are their — Florence Nightingale

Woman has nothing but her affections,–and this makes her at once more loving and less loved. — Florence Nightingale

I have lived and slept in the same bed with English countesses and Prussian farm women… no woman has excited passions among women more than I have. — Florence Nightingale

The time is come when women must do something more than the ‘domestic hearth,’ which means nursing the infants, keeping a pretty house, having a good dinner and an entertaining party. — Florence Nightingale

Jesus Christ raised women above the condition of mere slaves, mere ministers to the passions of the man, raised them by His sympathy, to be Ministers of God. — Florence Nightingale

What cruel mistakes are sometimes made by benevolent men and women in matters of business about which they can know nothing and think they know a great deal. — Florence Nightingale

Why have women passion, intellect, moral activity these, three and a place in society where no one of the three can be exercised? — Florence Nightingale

The next Christ will perhaps be a female Christ. — Florence Nightingale

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE QUOTES ON LIFE

There is no part of my life, upon which I can look back without pain. — Florence Nightingale

Live you life while you have it. life is a splendid gift–there is nothing small about it. — Florence Nightingale

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At present we live to impede each other’s satisfactions; competition, domestic life, society, what is it all but this? — Florence Nightingale

Let us never consider ourselves finished nurses….we must be learning all of our lives. — Florence Nightingale

By mortifying vanity we do ourselves no good. It is the want of interest in our life which produces it; by filling up that want of interest in our life we can alone remedy it. — Florence Nightingale

Poetry and imagination begin life. A child will fall on its knees on the gravel walk at the sight of a pink hawthorn in full flower, when it is by itself, to praise God for it. — Florence Nightingale

How very little can be done under the spirit of fear. — Florence Nightingale

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