Mary Seacole: global nurse extraordinaire.

  title={Mary Seacole: global nurse extraordinaire.},
  author={Corry Staring-Derks and Jeroen Staring and Elizabeth N Anionwu},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  volume={71 3},
AIMS A discussion of recently discovered literature that reveals how after the Crimean War ended in 1856, Jamaican nurse, doctress and entrepreneur Mary Seacole travelled more widely and gained further international recognition than had previously been appreciated. BACKGROUND New findings demonstrate that Seacole's international charitable and business activities were reported more widely than realised. Recently discovered literature uncovers her networking and strategic skills in various… CONTINUE READING

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