The thing is i need what nurses think about homosexuals, i already talked to LGBT and i got thier answers:-D...i know some may not admitt it and some may not knpw what to say because this issue depends on the person himself and the kind of situation he is in but i really apritiate all of your comments they were great more than what i expected when i first posted this so thank you all.
No you guys hav been a great help this is just what i expected to hear. And what you told me makes my argument stronger on how were i live they really wouldnt treat a patient if he or she are homosexuals. People here are still not accepting as in other places and i hope that changes soon. Thanx again for your comments
it is different between countries here the whole homosexuality concept is still not approved of but what i meant was that what i am learning now about being the patients advocate and such is not being applied everywhere, though its great that the doctors and nurses that you deal with don't care about these things.
what you guys say is very true but this is not being doing in hospitals. I have heard of so many stories about how the staff, whether nurses or doctors, have mistreated patients because of their sexual orientation.
my name is Miray and i am a nursing student in Lebanon. I have a presentation to make about homosexual patients and the care they receive by nurses so i need some help. If anyone has ever cared for a homosexual (male/female) then can you tell me what you did? how you reacted? and what you could have done to care for that patient better?
the answers can be anonymous if you want and this is not a topic of who is with or against i just want to show my classmates how people react differently to some situations.
thank you for reading and hopefully answering.