Men in Nursing

What is a nurse “supposed to look like”? Are you picturing Florence Nightingale or Mary Mahoney? Margaret Houlihan, Nurse Ratched, or Nurse Jackie? Today, more nurses look like Ernest Grant and Nurse Blake. In honor of International Nurses Day/Week, Dr. Diane Cannon from Xapimed chats with Hunter Parker, a Family Practice Nurse Practitioner, and John Saunders, a Cardiac Cath Lab nurse, about being a male in the Nursing field. You’ll learn about their lived experiences as we talk about ways to bring more men into the profession which has been highlighted as one of the ways the industry can combat the nursing shortage.

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