1 Jul 9, '11
by NRSKarenRN, BSN, RN Admin
while at aacn nti this year, i was able to see the exhibit of original letters handwritten by florence. looks like an interesting nurse.com ce course. florence nightingale continuing education module
florence nightingale: [color=#333333]connecting her legacy with local-to-global health today
and nurse.com are touring an exhibit of original letters handwritten by florence nightingale this year. two of the letters are available online and the exhibit travels to nursing spectrum
nursing excellence galas and the johnson & johnson campaign for nursing’s future promise of nursing
galas throughout the year. in addition to the letters, the campaign
is sponsoring a complimentary continuing education (ce) module online, entitled “florence nightingale: connecting her legacy with local-to-global health today.” the goal of the program is to connect florence nightingale’s legacy with nurses’ capacities to influence local-to-global health, including the eight united nations millennium development goals. http://www.discovernursing.com/newsl...ew.aspx?id=103
objectives: the goal of this program is to connect florence nightingale’s legacy with nurses’ capacities to influence local-to-global health, including the eight u.n. millennium development goals. after studying the information presented here, you will be able to —
- link florence nightingale’s life, work and insights with her legacy for 21st century nursing and healthcare.
- describe the connections between key global health challenges — including u.n. millennium development goals — and the problems nurses face today.
- provide examples of nurses working to achieve the u.n. mdgs
check out: country joe mcdonald's florence nightingale tribute
for other perspectives, more info and hear a voice recording.
Last edit by NRSKarenRN on Jul 9, '11