Nursing Notes

May 31, 2010

Remember the nurses who served and lost their lives

Filed under: Nursing — Shirley @ 9:01 pm
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With today being Memorial Day, I thought we should take a minute to remember those nurses who went to war to serve the boys fighting for us.  Many of them lost their lives right along with their patients.  Many of them returned, damaged beyond repair from the stress and the sights of war.  So, while we remember our lost soldiers, lets also add our prayers for the military nurses who threw caution to the wind and went where they were needed, despite severe danger and loss.  These valient men and women epitomize the nursing profession.

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  1. [...] Beyond the soldiers, war requires other selfless individuals to make the ultimate sacrifice. The post that I came across reminded us all not to forget about the nurses: With today being Memorial Day, I thought we should take a minute to remember those nurses who went [...]

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  2. [...] Like most Memorial Day messages, our post was an extension of our gratitude to ”all the servicemen and woman who have served.” Beyond the soldiers, war requires other selfless individuals to make the ultimate sacrifice. The post that I came across reminded us all not to forget about the nurses. [...]

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