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Running head: CHANGING HEALTHCARE HISTORY 1 Changing Healthcare History Amber Busto Rasmussen College COURSE#: NUR2058 Section 18 Dimensions of Nursing Practice Elizabeth Gotay July 7, 2019
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CHANGING HEALTHCARE HISTORY 2 Changing Healthcare History If someone has ever been injured and had to visit a hospital or doctor’s office, chances are, they’ve come in contact with a nurse. Some people who become nurses only do it for the money or maybe for a certain opportunity. However, there are the people out there who become nurses because they have a passion for helping others. It takes a special kind of person to care for others in their biggest time of need and to do it in a compassionate way. Not only that, but it takes a special kind of nurse to care so much about their job that they hope to change history and leave behind a legacy. Most of us don’t know a nurse like this by name but today after reading this paper, we will. There are hundreds of nurses out there who made history but today we will focus on just one. Her name is Clara Barton. Not only did Clara Barton found the American Red Cross, she served in the civil war and also answered 63,000 letters to families regardong missing soldiers. She changed history and if it weren’t for her role in the passing of the “American Amendment” to the Geneva treaty, there would be no American Red Cross today. Clara spent most of her life caring for others and she changed the lives of so many.
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  • Fall '19
  • Clara Barton, American Red Cross, International Committee of the Red Cross

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