"I know that like me, everyone across the Highlands & Islands, and throughout Scotland, will be forever grateful for the hard work and dedication shown from our nurses and all frontline workers".
The caring, forgiving and empathetic nurturing given to her mum by nurses after she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis is what triggered Ms Young to consider a career in nursing.
We can celebrate International Nurses Day by taking part in a moment of reflection to honor the memory of nurses and health workers who have tragically died during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the pandemic has spread across the world, and even into Oshawa, nurses have remained on the frontlines, battling the virus and working to keep everyone as safe as possible, all while putting their own lives at risk.
The Royal Family released a video of the conversations and they spoke about the vital role the profession is now playing as the coronavirus pandemic sweeps across the globe.
"The work nurses do in helping them on that demanding journey is often invaluable, making a frightening and challenging time easier by your compassion and care".
International Nurses Day takes place every year on May 12. Nurses make a world of difference to people's lives.
Staff at the Florence Nightingale Museum in Westminster said her key nursing values - which focused on maintaining good hygiene, regularly washing hands and carrying out evidence-based practices - have been widely echoed over the past months. "By developing their nursing workforce, countries can achieve the triple impact of improving health, promoting gender equality and supporting economic growth", it asserted. Each one of them has a story.
He said his ministry will continue to find avenues for nurses to hone their skills and receive the maximum benefits, while contributing to the best health outcome for all.
Since the beginning of the epidemic, about 1,733 nurses, including faculty, graduate nursing students, retired and volunteer nurses, have offered to care for infected patients and provide counseling and training services at hospitals, Hazrati emphasized. You can call them on 520022 if you are looking for care or need further information. Her experiences as a nurse during the Crimean War were foundational in her views about sanitation.