Daily Editors' Notes. The implication is that women have won! Good news, female nurses, you are now respected professionals valued for your experience and education.
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List of famous male nurses, listed by their level of prominence with photos when available. This greatest male nurses list contains the most prominent and top males known for being nurses. There are thousand of males working as nurses in the world, but this list highlights only the most notable ones.
Study: Research has found nursing attracts men with a high degree of masculinity. But now ground-breaking research has found they actually display more masculine traits than men with other jobs. Male nursing students scored higher on tests measuring masculinity than college men studying other subjects, according to researchers at East Tennessee State University.
Across the country, the number of male nurses has doubled in the past decade, according to the Canadian Nurses Association CNAand now sits at roughly six per cent. But, compared to other professions that suffer from a gender imbalance, nursing is still incredibly skewed. Consider the fact that about 19 per cent of Canadian police officers are female, or that upwards of 30 per cent of elementary school teachers are male.
Hospital patients are more likely than ever to see a male nurse at their bedside — and odds are he earns more than the female nurse down the hall. Men made up close to 10 percent of all registered nurses inaccording to a new Census report released today. Male-dominated professions such as construction and manufacturing hemorrhaged jobs during the recession and have been slow to rebound during the recovery. The health-care sector, meanwhile, actually added jobs during the recession and has continued to grow since.
The type of care and practice of a nurse are completely different than those of a doctor. Nurses are the primary caregiver of the patient— they spend the most time with them. Originally posted by twenty1copilots.