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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Florence Nightingale (1820–1910), pioneer of modern nursing 7199
2 Walt Whitman (1819–1892), American poet, American Civil War nurse 6045
3 Harriet Tubman (1820–1913), African American freedom fighter and Abolitionist activist 5875
4 Margaret Sanger (1879–1966), founder of the "birth control movement" in America 3294
5 Clara Barton (1821–1912), organized the American Red Cross 2161
6 Jo Brand (born 1957), British comedian 1983
7 Mary Todd Lincoln (1818–1882), volunteer nurse during the American Civil War 1759
8 Mary Seacole (1805–1881), Jamaican British nurse in the Crimean War known as "the black Florence Nightingale" 1421
9 Edith Cavell (1865–1915), heroine of World War I 848
10 Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood (1897–1965) 582
11 Virginia Henderson (1897–1996), American nurse theorist 384
12 Lillian Wald (1867–1940), regarded as the "founder of visiting nursing in America" 293
13 Queen Fabiola of Belgium (born 1928) 239
14 Claire Rayner (born 1931), British journalist, agony aunt and activist 222
15 Dame Cicely Saunders, British hospice pioneer 205
16 Diane Duane (born 1952) American science fiction and fantasy author 189
17 Alberta Hunter (1895–1984), jazz singer 155
18 Erna Flegel (born 1903), Adolf Hitler's nurse 145
19 Vice Admiral Richard Carmona (born 1949), Surgeon General of the United States 122
20 Anne Milton (born 1955), British member of parliament 110
21 Ethel Gordon Fenwick (1856–1947), British nurse who campaigned for a law limiting nursing to "registered" nurses only 109
22 Sally Louisa Tompkins (1833–1916) humanitarian and philanthropist during the American Civil War 94
23 Charles Atangana (1880–1943), paramount chief of the Ewondo and Bane in Cameroon 94
24 Isabel Hampton Robb, helped develop early programs of nursing education 83
25 Vivian Bullwinkel who survived the Banka Island massacre and celebrated by the Australian Service Nurses Memorial 81
26 Linda Richards (1841–1930), America's first professionally trained nurse 72
27 Elaine Roe, U.S. Army nurse, one of the first four women to be awarded the Silver Star 65
28 Naomi Mitchison (1897–1999), British novelist and poet 59
29 Mary Ann Bickerdyke (1817–1901), nurse during the American Civil War known as "Mother Bickerdyke" 56
30 Mary Eliza Mahoney (1845–1946), first professionally trained African-American nurse 50
31 Kerry Prendergast, Mayor of Wellington, New Zealand 44
32 Marion Dewar (born 1928), was mayor of Ottawa and a member of the Parliament 43
33 Dame Betty Kershaw, Professor at Sheffield 29
34 Lanike, Alexander the Great's nurse 28
35 Ann A. Bernatitus, one of the Angels of Bataan — USN nurses in the Philippines in WW2 28
36 Anne Casey, New Zealand-born British nurse who developed Casey's model of nursing 26
37 Sister Dora (1832–1878), British 19th century nurse 25
38 Moyra Allen, helped develop the McGill Model of Nursing 23
39 Claire Bertschinger Swiss-British nurse who inspired the Band Aid charity movement 23
40 Anne Baker, British author 23
41 Cubah Cornwallis (d. 1848), Jamaican nurse and "doctoress" who treated Nelson and William IV when they were stationed in the West Indies. 22
42 Christine Beasley CBE (born 1944), Chiefing Nursing Officer for England 22
43 Lucille Hegamin (1894–1970), blues recording artist 22
44 Ellen Dougherty (1844–1919), the first Registered Nurse 21
45 Tom Quinn, influential UK Professor of Cardiac nursing 21
46 Jean McFarlane, Baroness McFarlane of Llandaff 20
47 Sophie Mannerheim (1863–1928), pioneer of modern nursing in Finland 20
48 Louisa McLaughlin (1836–1921), one of the first British Red Cross nurses, served in two wars 20
49 Lynne Pillay, New Zealand member of Parliament 20
50 Dame June Clark, Professor at University of Swansea 19
51 Cornelia Hancock (1839–1926), American Civil War nurse 18
52 Dr Peter Carter OBE, British nurse and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing 17
53 Kate Lorig, Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine 17
54 Sir Jonathan Asbridge was the first president of the UK's Nursing and Midwifery Council 15
55 Mabel Keaton Staupers (1890–1989), Advocate for racial equality in the nursing profession during era of American segregation. 13
56 Abigail Hopper Gibbons (1801–1893), Abolitionist activist during the American Civil War 12
57 Jill Pettis, New Zealand member of Parliament 12
58 Lynda Scott, New Zealand member of Parliament 10
59 Nigar Shikhlinskaya (1871–1931), first Azerbaijani nurse 10
60 Emma Maria Pearson (1828–93), writer and one of the first British Red Cross nurses, served in two wars 10
61 Anna Maxwell (1851–1929), U.S. Army nurse whose activities were crucial to the growth of professional nursing in America 10
62 Sarah Mullally (born 1962) British Chief Nursing Officer and priest 9
63 Lenah Higbee (1874–1941), pioneering U.S. Navy nurse during World War I 8
64 Daurene Lewis, Canadian. First black woman mayor in North America 8
65 Margaretta Styles (1930–2005), American advocate for standardization of nursing credentials, University of California, San Francisco Nursing School dean, past president of the American Nurses Association and International Council of Nurses 6
66 Genevieve de Galard, French nurse during the French war in Indochina < 5
67 Elsa Brändström (1888–1948), Swedish World War I Red Cross nurse in Siberia < 5
68 Dame Agnes Hunt (1867–1948), British Orthopaedic Nursing pioneer < 5
69 Sarah Emma Edmundson (1841–1898), Canadian-American author who served with the Union Army in the American Civil War < 5
70 Jeannine Moquin-Perry, Canadian religious and political activist < 5
71 Adah Belle Samuels Thoms (1870–1943), pioneering African American rights activist, who fought for African American nurses to be permitted to serve in the US armed forces < 5
72 Saint Alda (died c. 1309), Italian Catholic saint < 5

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