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Journal of Nursing : Crimean War

  • Russian Nurses after the Crimean War 
    Russian Nurses after the Crimean War Bureaucracy and Prejudice Against Nurses by Yuri Bessonov
    As it is well known, the Crimean War (1854-1856) marked the turning point in the history of nursing. The outstandingly self-sacrificing work of Florence Nightingale and 38 British nurses, who worked day and night in Turkish hospitals, providing help and necessary care to the sick and wounded soldiers, was highly praised and acknowledged in Britain. Their hard labor and efficient management in improving sanitary conditions in the army hospitals brought about a new approach to women’s participation in hospital care.
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