What is a Nurse?

Despite the fact that the American public consistently ranks nurses as among the top five most trustworthy types of people, nursing is one of the least-understood professions. Very few people really understand exactly who we are, what we do, or how much we have to learn in order to do it. My friend “Strong One” has put together a list that describes us quite nicely. Check it out on his blog. Thanks, Strong One!

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3 Responses to What is a Nurse?

  1. Strong One says:

    Your welcome, and THANK YOU for the link love! NURSES ROCK

  2. Rusty says:

    I’ve never trusted nurses, and I never will. I can never forgive them for the death of my naivete.

    One nurse long ago, I’m sure you remember her, convinced me to trust her, and it only ended in PAIN. Bribery and negotiation are perfectly fine, and maybe even extortion, but never trick a child into getting himself impaled.

  3. @rdjfraser says:

    I’ve heard that stat a lot, but finally had the a new thought after reading your post. It is really interesting that we are so trusted despite people having no idea what nurses really do.

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