As a new LPN graduate I constantly here "Congratulations, we need more male nurses." & "As a man most employers will hire you on the spot!"..... But it has been my clinical experience that there was no one specific thing that could have been done better by a man than a woman. In fact I have been refused three times during my maternity rotation and was finally allowed to assess a woman who was post c-section, that happened to be a nursing instructor. (which was a better experience than the other students got but thats beside the point. Anyways, where is this big major need for more men in nursing? any ideas??
May 28, '04
by Marie_LPN, RN
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I am not pitting males versus females,,,, I am just searching for the rationale behind some of the comments I've recieved. please call the ACLU and cancel your complaint. TY
When you post a question in an open forum, be prepared for any answers. And quite honestly, there's been a load of gender-specific threads in recent days/weeks.
(BTW the ACLU line is busy
Last edit by Marie_LPN, RN on May 28, '04
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