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Florence Nightingale made significant contributions to the nursing profession, most notable are her effects on modern day nursing and political effects on society. The contributions she made were very rebellious for the time, because nursing was considered a poor job and she was from a very wealthy family. Before her, people did not train to become a nurse it was based on trial and error. This was a very flawed plan because people would die from curable illnesses. Florence Nightingale believed that God called to her telling her to be a nurse and to help the young and sick around her.
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