Do you discriminate against male nurses?

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About 27% of respondents to an American Mobile Healthcare 2006 Survey of Men in Nursing say so-they report that they have experienced gender discrimination. And yet, nearly half think that physicians are more respectful to male nurses than female ones. Moreover, nine out of 10 plan to remain in the profession for at least 5 more years, reported Medical Economics (1/19/2007).

About 27% of respondents to an American Mobile Healthcare 2006 Survey of Men in Nursing say so-they report that they have experienced gender discrimination. And yet, nearly half think that physicians are more respectful to male nurses than female ones. Moreover, nine out of 10 plan to remain in the profession for at least 5 more years, reported Medical Economics (1/19/2007).

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