True or False? Florence Nightingale was the first woman nurse.
False! Women had worked as nurses for years, but it was considered
a miserable job. Few nurses in England had any medical training.
Florence helped make nursing a respectable profession for women.
She was in charge of nurses at British military hospitals in the
Crimean War (1853-1856). She set up the Nightingale Training School
for Nurses in London. She wrote more than 13,000 letters and 200
books and pamphlets during her life.
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