10 Lines on International Nurses Day

International Nurses Day celebration on 12th May every year commemorates the contribution of nurses around the world to provide quality health care to the patients suffering from disease and injuries. International Nurses Day is celebrated to appreciate the achievement of nurses in the field of health care industry for their relentless contribution of serving patients day and night in hospitals and clinics which have presence worldwide. The day is celebrated by organizing presentations, speeches and conferences in order to increase worldwide awareness about the role of nurses in saving millions of lives around the world.

Ten Lines on International Nurses Day

Set 1

1) International Nurses Day is celebrated every year on 12th May in the honour of the remarkable contribution of nurses to our society.

2) The program celebration aims to highlight the importance of nurses towards the treatment of patients in the healthcare unit.

3) The day is also celebrated to mark the exceptional achievements of the nurses in health care units like hospitals and clinics.

4) The celebration stresses the importance of nurses in the welfare, safety, and recovery of patients in health units.

5) The idea of celebrating International Nurses Day was first proposed by Dorothy Sutherland in the year 1953.

6) International Council of Nurses (ICN) commemorates the International Nurses Day annually on 12th May since the year 1965.

7) Every year the International Nurses Day is celebrated across the world with a theme to promote the contributions of nurses in the society.

8) International Nurses Day 2019 theme is ‘’Nurses: A voice to lead – Health for all”.

9) The 2019 theme implies universal coverage of nursing and health facilities such that no person is left behind from quality care.

10) Many global programs like conferences, panel discussions, seminars, awareness concerts are organized on International Nurses Day.

Set 2

1) On International Nurses Day the governments run various campaigns for highlighting the role of nurses in universal coverage of health care benefits.

2) Local health administrations, Nurses associations celebrate International Nurses Day by organizing events like community programmes, workshops, etc.

3) Various NGOs organize vocational skill training programs for nurses around the world.

4) One of the objectives of celebrating International Nurses Day is to address the concern of a growing shortage of skilled nurses around the globe.

5) International Council of Nurses (ICN) is a global cooperative organization of more than 130 nurses associations with the representation of approximately 20 million nurses.

6) International Nurses Day stresses the importance of nurses in society for providing critical support to many patients globally and improving their treatment results.

7) It plays a vital role in improving the quality of treatment being provided to the patients through the global media campaign.

8) Nurses are honored by distributing gifts, flowers and organizing dinner for their family and friends on the occasion.

9) Many health organizations and famous hospitals have designed quality courses equipped with the latest technologies so as to provide employment to millions of women.

10) Government, civil communities, NGOs should collaborate to organize activities for the welfare of nurses around the world.

Set 3

1) International Nurses Day is celebrated worldwide on May 12th every year on the birthday of ‘Florence Nightingale’.

2) In this year, the International Nurses Day is being celebrated on 12th May 2019 and its theme is “Health for all”.

3) International Nurses Day is celebrated all around the world to increase awareness about nursing as a profession.

4) On this day, the ministry of family and Welfare of the Government of India launched the National Florence Nightingale Award for the commendable work and courage of nurses.

5) Florence Nightingale was a British nurse, statistician, and social reformer and the founding philosopher of modern nursing.

6) During the Crimean War, she was given the charge of nursing British and allied troops in Turkey.

7) She used to spend many hours in the wards and throughout the night she would take care of the patients.

8) She walks around the patients at night with a lamp in her hand so she was famous by her name ‘Lady with a Lamp’.

9) The first scientifically based nursing school, the Nightingale School of Nursing, was opened in 1860 at St. Thomas Hospital in London.

10) Florence Nightingale was the first woman to be awarded the Order of Merit in 1907.

Set 4

1) The proposal to celebrate ‘Nurses Day’ was first proposed by ‘Dorothy Sutherland’, an officer in the US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

2) Finally, US President D.D. Eisenhower provided recognition to celebrate it.

3) This day was first celebrated in the year 1953.

4) The International Nurses Council celebrated this day for the first time in 1965.

5) It was decided in the year 1974 to celebrate the birth anniversary of the famous ‘Florence Nightingale’, a nursing professional, on May 12th as International Nurses Day.

6) Nursing is considered as the world’s largest health profession.

7) Nurses must be well trained, educated and experienced to take care of the patient through all aspects such as physical, mental and social levels.

8) Nurses have access and availability to take care of patients around the clock when professional physicians are busy seeing other patients.

9) Nurses are expected to be friendly, supportive and affectionate in boosting patients’ morale and controlling their illness.

10) International Nurses Day is celebrated to honor Nurses’ contribution to health services.

International Nurses Day pays tribute to nurses from millions of hospitals who work day and night to provide quality care to patients suffering from disease or major injuries worldwide. The celebration gives us the unique opportunity to focus on innovative ways that can help in improving the service and accessibility of primary health care being provided by nurses across the regions including rural and underdeveloped areas.

The government and NGOs have to own responsibility in providing credible resources and infrastructure even in the remotest of areas like villages so as to provide quality health services to the patients who don’t have enough money to spend on healthcare.

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