Like other years, International Nurses Day 2021 will be celebrated on May 12, 2021. International Council of Nurses celebrates this day with the memories of the founder of Modern Nursing, Florence Nightingale. It was her Birthday anniversary.
The contribution and importance of nurses and the
History of National Nurses Day 2021
Nurse’s day was celebrated in 1965. From the very beginning of the journey of an international nurse’s council, it was not pleasant at all. In the year 1953, Dorothy Sutherland proposed this day. But at that time President didn’t approve this day. In the year 1965 INC (International Nurses Council) started to observe this day on May 12. In 1974 this day officially gets recognition. From them, the day is celebrated throughout the world.
Why Nurses Day is Important?
Serving the humanity is one of the great professions. Nurses are doing this. I am not going to overemphasize the profession but for the mankind, nurses are playing an important role in the society.
Public awareness to raise the health care system, the nursing profession is being raised by the celebration of International Nurses Day. As they are the backbone of the health care system, the people throughout the world are acknowledged about national Nurses day
How National Nurses day is celebrated?
There is a proverb that, “Great mind thinks alike”
In this day INC provides different gift box, posters and many other things for the occasion of National Nurses Day.
- Different poster Banner is designed
- Festoon, Play cards are provided
- Different speakers deliver their speeches on the occasion of Nurses day
- Nurses Gift kits are distributed
On May 12, 2021, International Nurses Day 2021 will be celebrated. It is the birthday of Florence Nightingale, The Pioneer of Nursing. The International Council of Nurses observes this day.
This year’s national nurse’s day 2021 theme is “Nursing: The Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit”.
Every year the national nurse’s day is celebrated with a great theme. It has been celebrating since 1988. It got a new level of warmth in the recent year 2021
|1||2017||Nursing: A voice to lead – Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals|
|2||2016||Nurses: A Force for Change: Improving health systems’ resilience.|
|3||2015||Nurses: A Force for Change: Care Effective, Cost Effective.|
|4||2014||Nurses: A Force for Change – A Vital Resource for Health.|
|5||2013||Closing the Gap: Millennium Development Goals.|
|6||2012||Closing the Gap: From Evidence to Action.|
|7||2011||Closing the Gap: Increasing Access and Equity.|
|8||2010||Delivering Quality, Serving Communities: Nurses Leading Chronic Care.|
|9||2009||Delivering Quality, Serving Communities: Nurses Leading Care Innovations.|
|10||2008||Delivering Quality, Serving Communities: Nurses Leading Primary Health Care.|
|11||2007||Positive practice environments: Quality workplaces = quality patient care.|
|12||2006||Safe staffing saves lives.|
|13||2005||Nurses for Patients’ Safety: Targeting counterfeit medicines and substandard medication.|
|14||2004||Nurses: Working with the Poor; Against Poverty.|
|15||2003||Nurses: Fighting AIDS stigma, working for all.|
|16||2002||Nurses Always There for You: Caring for Families.|
|17||2001||Nurses, Always There for You: United against Violence.|
|18||2000||Nurses – Always there for you.|
|19||1999||Celebrating Nursing’s past, claiming the future.|
|20||1998||Partnership for Community Health.|
|21||1997||Healthy Young People = A Brighter Future.|
|22||1996||Better Health through Nursing Research.|
|23||1995||Women’s Health: Nurses Pave the Way|
|24||1994||Healthy Families for Healthy Nation.|
|25||1993||Quality, costs and Nursing.|
|27||1991||Mental Health – Nurses in Action.|
|28||1990||Nurses and Environment.|
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