Take Care Of People Who Are Sick
Nurses are an important part of any public or private healthcare system. From the time the patient enters the medical institution to the hospital, they are responsible for the health of the patient. They assist doctors and healthcare providers and jointly manage healthcare. They monitor the health and vital signs of patients, defend patients, and spend time making patients feel safe in the medical environment. This makes nurses one of the most trusted professionals in the world. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Before Nightingale changed this, nursing was not an organized profession, but was often done by members of religious groups, and was considered a sneaky profession. Nightingale created the first official nurse training program in 1860 to help improve the status of nurses by incorporating modern medical and nursing concepts into their daily work.
Celebrated All Over The World
In the United States, the ceremony was first appointed by the White House in 1974. It is the last day of National Nurses Week, and the event will start on May 6th (National Nurses Day). May 8th is National Student Nurses Day, and Wednesday of National Nurses Week is celebrated as National School Nurses Day. In the United Kingdom, Westminster Abbey in London held an annual ceremony to commemorate the Nightingale and pay tribute to all the hardworking nurses around the world. During the annual service, the nurses passed an iconic lamp between them and on the high altar. This means that knowledge is transferred from one nurse to another.
Nurses During COVID-19
A nurse who come into view as a Covid warrior is endangering her life to keep others safe. In most cases, their Problems and physical difficulties go unnoticed. According to media reports, many nurses around the world doing Good Hardwork in this time, work overtime, and helps to the health of the people’s. Our team at Firstfly Travel salutes the spirit of all the nurses all around the globe for keeping us safe and sound during this Pandemic. The theme for this year’s International Nurses Day is Nurses: A Voice to Lead – A Vision for Future Healthcare.