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Pioneering_Nurses - How To Use This Lesson G o G ive rs P o...

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    How To Use This Lesson G o -G ive rs  Po we rPo ints  a re  de s ig ne d to  info rm  and s uppo rt c ritic a l  thinking  and dis c us s io n. The y c an be  us e d in the ir e ntire ty .  Ho we ve r,  ple as e  fe e l fre e  to  s a ve  this  le s s o n to  yo ur c o m pute r and  edit, omit or add content  as  appro pria te  fo r yo ur pupils .  Ple a s e  re m e m b e r:  Always show the PowerPoint in ‘slide show’ view. Links and     animations will only work  when in this mode.  The green dot    in the bottom right hand corner of the slide indicates when the slide  animation is complete.   The Learning Activities    are intended for use in conjunction with the PowerPoints and are  linked at the end.
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This lesson explores how discrimination can prevent  people from making a full contribution to society.
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Have you heard of: Florence Nightingale Mary Seacole
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In March 1853 Russia invaded Turkey. England and France  were very worried about the growing power of Russia, and  went to Turkey’s aid. The Crimean Peninsular became a  battle ground. 
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The ‘Crimean War’ began in 1854. It was to last two years.
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C o nditio ns  in the  a rm y ho s pita l in S c uta ri we re   a ppa lling . Wo unde d s o ldie rs  la y in the ir a rm y  unifo rm s  tha t we re  " s tiff with dirt a nd g o re " . The y  ha d no  bla nke ts  to  c o ve r the m , a nd no thing   he a lthy to  e a t.  Wo unds  o nly a c c o unte d fo r o ne  de a th in s ix.  Dis e a s e s  s uc h a s  typho id, c ho le ra  a nd dys e nte ry  we re  the  m a in re a s o ns  why s o  m a ny s o ldie rs  lo s t  the ir live s . 
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Florence Nightingale  wa s  bo rn in 1820 to  we a lthy  pa re nts  while  the y we re  o n a  two  ye a r ho ne ym o o n in  Flo re nc e , Ita ly. 
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He r pa re nts  wa nte d he r to  m a rry a  ric h m a n, b ut  s he  wa nte d to  be c o m e  a  nurs e . He r pa re nts  
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course BIO 218 taught by Professor Young during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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