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Celebrating National Nurses Week with ‘The American Nurse’

The week of May 6 through 12 is designated as National Nurses Week. During this time, the American Nurses Association (ANA) calls on the nation to recognize registered nurses and to acknowledge their contributions as expert clinicians in a wide variety of health care settings and as leaders in patient care delivery.

In that same vein, we recently introduced you to “The American Nurse,” a collection of photographs from Carolyn Jones, exploring the unique lives of nurses from across the country, capturing extraordinary personal stories through photography and interviews.

Here, we present some of our favorite excerpts from this incredible book, which help celebrate the important role of the nurse in the U.S. health care system and shed light on what it really means to practice in this important role.

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    We should be grateful to American Nurses Association (ANA) for introducing “The American Nurse,” to people and making them aware with the unique lives of nurses from across the country. It is a well known fact that nursing is a noble profession and nurses are doing splendid work by allaying the suffering of patients in spite of lot many problems and hurdles that go along with this profession. We should acknowledge these nurses for their noble deeds.
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    The upcoming documentary film is scheduled to be released this month and we can’t wait to see the “American Nurse” and allow the public to have an inside view of what the nursing profession is like.
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