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On 22 August 1853, Nightingale took the post of superintendent at the Institute for the Care of Sick Gentlewomen in Upper Harley Street, London, a position she held until October 1854. Her father had given her an annual income of £500 (roughly £25,000/US$50,000 in present terms), which allowed her to live comfortably and to pursue her career. James Joseph Sylvester is said to have been her mentor.
By 1859 Nightingale had £45,000 at her disposal from the Nightingale Fund to set up the Nightingale Training School at St. Thomas' Hospital on 9 July 1860. (It is now called the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery and is part of King's College London.) The first trained Nightingale nurses began work on 16 May 1865 at the Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary. She also campaigned and raised funds for the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital in Aylesbury, near her family home.
In 1869, Nightingale and Dr Elizabeth Blackwell opened the Women's Medical College.
By 1882, Nightingale nurses had a growing and influential presence in the embryonic nursing profession. Some had become matrons at several leading hospitals, including, in London, St Mary's Hospital, Westminster Hospital, St Marylebone Workhouse Infirmary and the Hospital for Incurables at Putney; and throughout Britain, e.g., Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley; Edinburgh Royal Infirmary; Cumberland Infirmary and Liverpool Royal Infirmary, as well as at Sydney Hospital in New South Wales, Australia.
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What did Florence Nightingale do?

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Who was Florence Nightingale and what did she do?

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Where was the hospital did Florence Nightingale worked at?

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Who was Florence Nightingale?

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What was the sexual orientation of Florence Nightingale?

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Did Florence Nightingale get married?

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Why did Florence Nightingale become famous?

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What did Florence Nightingale do that affects us?

She Made Nursing A Profession And Her Work Is Still Used Today For Nursing And In Nursing Collage. She Made Nursing A Profession And Her Work Is Still Used Today For Nursing And In Nursing Collage

How did Florence Nightingale change nursing?

Florence Nightingale was truly inspirational and changed the face of nursing from a mostly untrained profession to a highly skilled and well-respected medical profession with very important responsibilities.

What is the theory of florence nightingale?

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How did Florence Nightingale improve hospitals?

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Was florence Nightingale really named Florence Nightingale?

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What was the state of Scutari Hospital before Florence Nightingale?

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Who did Florence Nightingale teach to be nurse's?

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What did Florence Nightingale want?

Florence Nightingale wanted to help the world so she became a nurse to help soldiers in the Crimean war and is probably most famous for that.

What did Florence Nightingale do to improve hospitals?

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What changes did florence nightingale make?

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What job profession did Florence Nightingale do?

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How did Florence Nightingale develop hospitals?

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How many hospitals did Florence Nightingale make?

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Is Florence Nightingale?

is Florence nightingale what did you mean who is Florencenightingale because I can answer that instead she was the personwho created modern nursing and saved many lives, she is plain oldawesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!