Friday, July 1, 2011

Class IX, ENGLISH, "Nursing"

Question and Answers

Q.1 What did the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) do for sick?

Ans. The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) visited the sick regularly. He even inquired after
his ailing enemies.

Q.2 Where did he establish a hospital and who was made incharge of the Hospital?

Ans. He established a hospital in Madina and made a very competent nurse Hazrat Rufaida its incharge.

Q.3 Who was Florence Nightingale?

Ans. Florence Nightingale was the founder of modern nursing and one of the greatest women in history.
She was born in the town of Florence in Italy in 1820. She belonged to a wealthy and cultured English family. Her aim in life was to serve suffering humanity.

Q.4 What was her aim in life?

Ans. Her aim in life was to serve suffering humanity and therefore inspite of being wealthy and being opposed by her family, she took up nursing.

Q.5 What did she do with the money offered to her by the British Government?

Ans. With the money offered to her by the British Government, Florence Nightingale founded an institution for training nurses in London.

Q.6 Why was Florence Nightingale offered a sum of 45,000 by the British Government?

Ans. In 1854, a war broke out between England and Russia. The British Government asked Florence Nightingale to go to ugliness to manage military hospital there.
She played a great role in the Ginean War. The British Government in appreciation of a service done in the Ginean War, awarded her 45,000.

Q.7 What does the word “NURSING” mean?

Ans. Nursing means taking care and looking after sick, the injured, the young, the old or the helpless with love and sympathy.

Q.8 Who was Hazrat Ghifaria? Why did the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) present her with a necklace?

Ans. Hazrat Ghifaria was a very good nurse. She accompanied the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) in the Battle of Khyber. She was very active on the battle field. Shed looked after the wounded and sick soldier. When the battle was won, the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) presented her with a necklace for the wonderful work she did.

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