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Style we love: Pediatric nurses

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Oh, the nursing cap! We never can quite get over the nostalgia. Inspired by this image – here’s a bit of pediatric nursing history:

 

 

 

DID YOU KNOW?

The first pediatric nursing text wasn’t published until 1923. However, Florence Nightingale emphasized the importance of pediatric care:

“It is the real test of a nurse whether she can nurse a sick infant.”—  (Nightingale, 1859).

Are you a peds nurse? What’s your favorite part of the job?

Source: Medscape.com

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2 Responses to Style we love: Pediatric nurses

  1. sheriangel

    would love to see our caps come back we worked hard for them i’ve been a nurse for 30 years and was sad to see them go.

    • ygcypcn

      No I am not sorry that I don’t have to wear a cap. But it is a choice. I work with some nurses who wear theirs. I have been a nurse for 30 years in oncology. Let’s see the male nurses wear a cap.

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