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National Nurses Week recognised and celebrated all through America

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National Nursing Week is celebrated every year on May 12. This date was picked to celebrate the birthday of Florence Nightingale. She was the founder of modern nursing. It is celebrated to acknowledge the nurses who have contributed to society. For the past 15 years, nursing is said to be the most trusted job in the United States.

This international nurses day celebrations mainly begins from May 6 to May 12. Every year, the International Council of Nurses provides special Kits during this day. The kit mostly contains public and educational information materials which are used by the nurses globally. ICN also changes the theme of the celebration. We have listed some interesting facts about the nurses that take care of you when you are sick.

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According to the American Nursing Association, there are the United States has more than 4 million nurses.

American Nursing Association states that in the past, a diploma in nursing was mandatory to become a nurse. But today, any individual can become a nurse by graduating and taking multiple tests.

National Nurses Week recognizes the professionals Americans trust most

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How did the Nurses Week begin?

Nurses play a crucial role in our lives. They should not only be recognized in the United States and also in other parts of the country. The Nurses Week originally started in 1993. It mainly focuses on upraising the nursing profession.

Is nursing respected as a profession?

Gallup has stated that nursing is considered as no. 1 profession in America. Last year, a survey was conducted by Gallop where the percentage of Nursing was 84%. It was higher than doctors, teachers, and pharmacists.

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