Attitudes, values, and beliefs of the public in Indiana toward nursing as a career

Attitudes, values, and beliefs of the public in Indiana toward nursing as a career

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The similarities indicate that these nursing career attributes were perceived as meeting the positive attributes desired in an ideal career. ... career as involving less emphasis on manual skills, less utilization of high technology, lighter workload and easier work than a career in nursing. ... The school nurse group should not be generalized to all nurses since the sample primarily consisted of school nurses.


Title:Attitudes, values, and beliefs of the public in Indiana toward nursing as a career
Author: Frederick May, Joan Kessner Austin, Victoria Champion, Sigma Theta Tau International, Indiana Hospital Association
Publisher: - 1988
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