The new generation of the world came forward to serve humanity
Organizing a grand program on International Nurses Day by various social organizations in the chief guest of Dr. Kulwant Singh Saluja, Ambassador of Kona to India. Today on 12th May 2022, a grand program was organized on International Nurses Day in the office of Press Club. In which representatives of various social organizations, intellectuals and journalists participated. On this occasion the Ambassador of Kona to India, Dr. Kulwant Singh Saluja extended best wishes to all on behalf of His Majesty the King of Kona and the Hon’ble Prime Minister of Kona. In which Kona’s ambassador to India, Dr. Kulwant Singh Saluja, Press Club secretary Moolchand Gupta, patron B, L Sharma, Chhattisgarh Journalists Association vice-president Shailesh Sharma, former municipality president Rajesh Agarwal, journalist Gaurav Gupta jointly said that nurses It is a special day to honor and celebrate the contribution of Everywhere in This year May 12 is celebrated as International Nurses Day across the world. This day is celebrated every year on 12 May as the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale. This special day was chosen by the International Council of Nurses. Officially, Nurses Day is being celebrated from May 12 every year since 1974. The inspiration for celebrating this day came from British nurse and social reformer Florence Nightingale, who devoted her life to improving the health sector. The theme of Nurses Day for the year 2022 is “Nurses: A Voice to Lead – Invest in Nursing and Other Rights to Secure Global Health”.
In 1953, Dorothy Sutherland of the US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare proposed to the then president to declare Nurses Day in October. However, the proposal was not approved. Subsequently, Frances P. Bolton, the first woman elected to Congress from Ohio, also sponsored a bill for “National Nurses Week”. But only 20 years later, in February 1974, President Nixon declared National Nurses Week every year from May 6 to May 12. Along with this, May 12 was also celebrated as Nurses Day.
Nurses Day marks the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, who is known as the founder of modern nursing. Florence Nightingale, a social reformer, statistician and founder of Modern Nursing, was also born on 12 May. The first International Nurses Day was celebrated in 1965.
Florence Nightingale is remembered around the world as the “Lady with the Lamp”. Florence Nightingale cares for wounded soldiers of the British Army and their allies during the Crimean War. Florence Nightingale not only set the standards of health care and nursing in medical camps and hospitals during the war. In 1860 the Nightingale Training School was also established at St Thomas’ Hospital to train aspiring nurses and health workers. Remember that Queen Victoria of England, influenced by the Lady with the Lamp, sent her eldest son, Edward VII, on a royal tour to Bettiah West Champaran, India, between 1875 and 1876, with the aim of revolutionizing the world of education and service to humanity. . So that excellent work can be done for health, education and humanity in Bettiah Champaran in the foothills of Himalayas and Terai regions of Nepal. Queen Victoria’s eldest son Edward 7 laid the foundation stone of several educational institutions, missionaries and hospitals in Bettiah Champaran. King Edward VII did important work for the high-end hospital in Bettiah. And on this occasion, special respect was given to Sardar Jatinder Pal Chhabra, President of Human Rights Organization for his special contribution on human rights. Greeting everyone and appealed to maintain cooperation,