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I think we can all agree "Nursing" is, "historically," a female profession. And, regardless of male participation today, nursing is still a female dominated profession. I don't think there is anything negative about this fact and I have no issue with...
Gender bias in healthcare takes many forms. Patients might think that all females with a stethoscope around their necks are nurses and that men in scrubs must be doctors. A recent study reports that younger patients are more likely to identify female...
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I am writing this edit after the article below was published, based on the well -written feedback. While I pinged off a recent article and point of view written by a nursing student at Penn Stat...
As we celebrate the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife 2020, the nursing profession is soaring to new heights. However, India being the second-largest country in the world in terms of population has failed to protect the rights of nurses, especially m...
The term "nosocomial" meaning "hospital-acquired" stems from the nosocomi, the men who provided nursing care in ancient Rome.
In 300 A.D., a group of men, the Parabolani, started a hospital providing nursing care ...
Men in nursing - it's a simple phrase that can bring many emotions to the surface for nurses of both genders. You might feel that we need more men to level out the amount of estrogen on units across the country. Or, you may believe that the pay inequ...