R. J. 933 Views
Joined: Apr 16, '02;
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I am going to graduate on May 17th. I am doing my preceporship with an awsome nurse who has lots of experiance and provides excellent care for her patients.
She is very confident when speaking with Dr.'s. I worry about running into a Dr. that is maybe having a bad day and gets a little ignorant with me. How can I handle the confrontation with-out getting totally spuashed or looking like a fool?
I was told that a great percentage of male nurses were homosexuals, (gay) what ever. Am I going to be percieved as a homosexual because of my choice to become a nurse? And if so why? Are people really that stupid or shallow to ass-u-me that a lifestyle chooses a profession, or that a profession chooses a lifestyle. I am married with a child. I think that more married men should persue nursing to reverse this stigma.
Then why does it seem that males are quicker to get into programs and to get hired? No offense, please don't flame...
Does anyone have any particular opinions on whether a male or female does a better job of nursing? If so, what makes the difference, either way.
Should there be a dress code? Is there such a thing as too casual in the nursing profession? What are the lines indicating what is and is not appropriate?
what organization preperations do you use, always looking for a new edge/short-cut?
What do you think of a new graduate working in ICU?
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