Johnson & Johnson Presents: The Modern Florence Nightingale: The Future of Nursing

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It was nurses who revolutionized hygienic practices in 1854, discovered sunlight to treat jaundice in 1950, and broke down barriers to care during the AIDS crisis in the 1980s. With the clinical skill and compassion they bring to the bedside, the reputation of nurses as superheroes is well deserved. Yet these pioneers of patient-first care are too frequently unrecognized, undervalued, and underpaid. With the world facing a shortage of nine million nurses in the next decade, the World Health Organization has declared 2020 the year of the nurse and midwife. The imperative of investing in a resilient global nursing workforce has never been greater.

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