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thanx deedee for your reply, but why the lack of male role models in this health profession , can someone outthere explain this, especially in the uk............ thanx yours awaiting patiently little devil
This is all guess work on my part....
I work with 10-14 year olds, girls that age do not want to come in to talk with a man about the changes their bodies are going though. I know boys go though changes too, but it seems they are more open to talking with a woman about such things. I think they see school nurses more in a 'mother' role then as an adult. In the younger grades, 5-8 year olds, I don't think it would matter if the nurse where male or female. Like I said I am just guessing here.