The Nightingale Pledge, named in honour of Florence Nightingale, is a modified
version of the Hippocratic Oath. Lystra Gretter and a Committee for the Farrand
Training School for Nurses in Detroit, ...
Official website for the American Nurses Association, part of the ANA Enterprise,
... Nightingale Pledge as a token of esteem for the founder of modern nursing.
The Nightingale Pledge was composed by Lystra Gretter, an instructor of nursing
at the old Harper Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, and was first used by its ...
Nurses' Pledge. On 12 May 1820, Florence Nightingale was born in Florence,
Italy. Her legacy in not only the science of nursing, but also the art and value of ...
While this is not exactly a pledge, it is a statement that defines nursing, much as
the pledges above do, and helps to articulate for everyone, including nurses ...
The Practical Nurse's Pledge. Before God and those assembled here, I solemnly
pledge: To adhere to the code of ethics of the nursing profession. To cooperate ...
May 2, 2012 ... By Jennifer Olin, BSN, RN Today, one of RNCentral's Twitter followers asked us a
great question, “Do nurses take an oath similar to the ...
Feb 29, 2008 ... These are the actual words of the Nightingale Pledge that created an ethical
controversy in the nursing community (Florence Nightingale ...
History. The Nightingale Pledge was used for the first time in the spring of 1893
by Detroit's Harper Hospital's graduating class. However, since its inception ...
I solemnly pledge myself to the service of humanity and will endeavour to
practice my profession with conscience and with dignity.