American Nurse Receives 2003 International Achievement Award
An American nurse who has assisted some of the world's most desperate populations is the recipient of the 2003 International Achievement Award bestowed by the International Council of Nurses' Florence Nightingale International Foundation (FNIF). Carol Etherington RN of Nashville, Tennessee, has designed and implemented community based programs for people living in the aftermath of war and natural disaster. In her own country, Etherington has received two distinguished awards from the American Red Cross for her work as a volunteer in U.S. disasters.
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