One of the core principles of Dr. Watson’s theory is the “Cultivation of one’s own spiritual practice toward wholeness of mind/body/spirit—beyond ego.” (Watson Caring Science Institute, 2010) One concept for attaining this is to have a “Moral commitment to protect and enhance human dignity” (Watson Caring Science Institute, 2010) One way I see that a nurse can achieve this is to treat everyone with kindness and compassion and to remember that all humans are equal no matter what their station in life happens to
Sanger worked in New York City slums with poor families and mothers constantly giving birth to unwanted children. Sanger had been arrested many times for speaking out about her research and ideas on birth control; most of what Sanger was promoting was illegal, it wasn’t until the 1920’s that she began to work with the law. Sanger opened the first legal American Birth Control League in 1921, which later became what is now known at Planned Parenthood. Sanger spent years after sharing her research with the rest of the world and opening numerous clinics. Sanger delivered the speech The Children’s Era on March 30, 1925 in New York.
We can attribute countless laws, products and foundations to her legacy. Margaret Sanger was an exceptionally influential figure for women 's reproductive rights in the 20th century. Margaret Sanger was born in 1879, the sixth of eleven surviving children, in Corning, New York. At age thirteen, Sanger 's mother died, weakened from eighteen childbirths. The tragedy served as an incentive; determined to save women in her mother’s position, Sanger enrolled in a medical program at Claverack College.
Doris is fiercely loyal to the women around her, especially those that have helped her during her journey through Berlin, resulting in a since of debt towards these women. For Margarete, Doris admits she ". . . bought three diapers and I plan to have a green branch embroidered in the corner for good luck," as Margarete took Doris in while heavily pregnant with her first child.
Could you imagine being a mother unable to afford christmas gifts for your kid? Well, one mother found herself in this very situation, until Ellen gave her thousands of dollars worth of gifts. Over the past several years, Ellen Degeneres has given over 50 million dollars to charity , this is only one of the great things about Ellen. Ellen Degeneres is my hero because she is always willing to give to others, she gives a voice to the voiceless, and is inspiring to people all over the world. Ellen Degeneres has alway made time for charity.
Angelina Jolie Research * and she is known for her humanitarian acts and activism * Angelina Jolie adopted her first child from Cambodia named Maddox * Angelina Jolie became the Ambassador of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees * Angelina Jolie has visited more than 20 countries with world issues to aid refugees running away from war or struggling to make a living with poverty * Angelina Jolie has been trying to bring awareness about day to day real world issues such as girls and children lack education * Angelina Jolie funded a school for girls in Afghanistan to educate themselves * Angelina Jolie and her husband have donated to charities such as The National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children to help children in need and started Jolie Pitt foundation to where they donated 2 million dollars for medicine in world
The holistic care experienced by numerous patients around the globe can be said that it was because of her, that we should be vigilant of the environment and its cleanliness and order and that it is a basic need of a human to have a safe, comfortable and hygienic surrounding. She had also made importance of education and according to Alex Atwell’s article, an author based on UNESCO: International Bureau of Education entitled Florence Nightingale; he provided a statement that Florence Nightingale actually recorded (1873) and it says “Education is to teach men not to know, but to do.” Her inspirations are not just merely on the science of nursing and science of medicine. She also emphasized that without the science of education, research and statistics, men nowadays, would definitely unable to understand and perform proper practices. Her influence in education is indeed of practical use up to this day, by sharing and teaching her experiences during the war, the what to do and what not, she has shaped the world and created one of the noblest profession of all. Post War and Late
Audrey worked with UNICEF (United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund) to help children all over the world. “I can testify to what UNICEF means to children, because I was among those who received food and medical relief right after World War II," said Hepburn when she was appointed as a Goodwill Ambassador in 1989. "I have a long-lasting gratitude and trust for what UNICEF does" (UNICEF). Audrey Hepburn worked for UNICEF in the field, as well as at home. She went on many trips including a polio vaccine project in Turkey, training programs for women in Venezuela, and projects for children living and working on the street in Ecuador.
She was soon transported to another hospital, Sheltering Arms. She was scared and did not want to leave Mr. Bevis. However, once she transferred she made not only new friends but girls who were as close as sisters. All girls were between the ages of 12 and 14. Over the next approximately 6 months, Peg made an amazing recovery and though she was the last of the 4 other girls to get to Sheltering Arms she was the first to be discharged to go home.
After retiring from her acting and modeling careers, Audrey still felt compelled to give back to the world some way, so she decided on working with UNICEF. Once becoming an ambassador for the campaign, she began to travel to places like El Salvador and Sudan in order to those who were suffering through difficult times (Ridding). Hepburn felt as though this was her call to help people because she, herself, suffered through World War II and knew how difficult things could become. She continued to help those less privileged than herself until her death 1993. The year prior to her death, 1992, Hepburn won two awards, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Jean Humitarian award, for her work with the campaign (Connelly, 629).
Her only surviving family being her sister Maria Tompkins and her mother. Her father was a American Revolutionary War veteran and a very wealthy merchant. After the deaths of Colonel Tompkins and her sisters, Sally and her remaining family members left Poplar Grove and moved to Norfolk, VA. Even though Sally had a rough childhood she loved helping people. She helped others by nursing
This allows her to purchase food to donate to shelters and families who have fallen on difficult times. Additionally, friends of Davis like Mr. Rooney from the Steelers, Brenda Richie (ex-wife of Lionel Richie) and family members have and continued to donate to her cause to ensure no dog goes hungry. For the past 9 years Davis has been blessed to assist in the prevention of cruelty to
When I was younger, I always said that I wanted to be like my grandmother. My grandmother, who is a nationally recognized Cincinnati Enquirer’s Woman of the Year, is a successful Obstetrics Gynecology Registered Nurse. I’ve taken an interest in becoming an Obstetrics Gynecology Physician, also known as an OB GYN solely because of my grandmother’s influence. During the summer, I visit my grandmother in Ohio, and she often takes me to work with her and I get to see just what the job is about. I enjoy seeing the babies in both the nursery and the Intensive Care unit (NICU) as well as observing the OB GYN’s visiting with their patients while they are in the hospital.
She saved all those people and she is most likely the first person you think of when thinking of an abolitionist. Conclusion: Harriet Tubman died in 1913 because of pneumonia. Tubman got to see slavery abolished before she died. Her work is precious today because of how much courage and strength she had. She had a bad childhood and yet had the strength and courage to give her life to save people.
Women in Distress Broward County, Inc. stops violence by education, tampering and advocacy. This foundation offers emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis line, counseling, and education on domestic abuse. The Women in Distress agency believe in helping the participants recover from victimization, and empowering them to gain self-sufficiency. This foundation gains more than 11,654,313 dollars every year from events, and donations. Many individuals shared their personal story on Women in Distress.