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A sharper image - Nurses strive to garner more–and more accurate–media
coverage. By Karen Schmidt, RN.
December 10, 2001.
CNSA National Conference: DR. Kalisch speaks on the "THE IMAGE OF NURSING"
- The January (1996) CNSA National Conference in Hamilton, Ontario was
jam-packed with interesting speakers on a range of topics from nursing in
the media to solidarity in nursing, promoting a positive professional
image to men in nursing.
Current Image of Professional Nursing - Dr. L. Andrews presents a
Powerpoint synoposis on the current trends and deconstruction of harmful
images of nursing.
Extreme Makeover - Nursing image campaigns employ advertising
principles to play up perks of the profession By Phil McPeck.
September 4, 2003.
Image is everything - Replace media's fictional images by promoting
nursing's true value. Carol Bradley, MSN, RN, California Editor
November 5 , 2001.
Editor's Note. NurseWeek.
Image of the Nurse 24:10:02 - In order to clarify issues relating to
the history of nursing it is useful to spend some time considering the
image of the nurse.
Image of the Nurse on Internet Greeting Cards
Sheryl Pierce, Karolyn Grodal, Linda S. Smith, Shannon Elia-Tyvoll, Aaron
Miller, Crystal Tallman And Nursing 470: Research in Nursing Practice
Class Members OHSU School of Nursing, Klamath Falls Campus Research
Advisor: Linda S. Smith, MS, DSN, RN
Image overhaul - Media still are off-target portraying nurses. By
October 23, 2000. NurseWeek.
Make Some Noise - Nursing must blow its own horn and promote itself to
youth as an attractive career option. By Randall Peterson, MSN, RN.
February 5, 2003. NurseWeek.
Nurses find orangutan "nurse" on NBC's Passions less than precious -
December 16, 2003
-- The Center for Nursing Advocacy has launched a campaign to protest the
use of an orangutan to play a character called "Nurse Precious" on the NBC
soap opera Passions.
Nurses' healing hands control hospitals' care - Anna Velasco, News
staff writer. (01/25/04).
A generation ago, nurses took the orders rather than gave them. That is
changing. Nurses are becoming top leaders in health care, as a look at the
highest ranks in Birmingham medical institutions attests. Three former
nurses, all women, hold the title of chief executive officer.
Nursing Identity and Image - Nursing is seeking its Identity and Image
because we are on a change of models, we are giving up a exhausted and
obsolete one that has served till now, but that is going to evolve to
other more human (and less expensive) through a general mentality change,
for it nursing science needs people with ability and initiative, ready to
think and investigate from this especific point of view.
The Adventure Begins - Youth recruitment video promotes modern image
of nursing. By Eric Rasmussen. March 5, 2001. NurseWeek.
BBC News | UK | Nursing a female bias - The popular image of the male
nurse is changing. Witness Charlie Fairhead in Casualty, a far cry from
the stereotypical Carry Ons.
More men train to be nurses, midwives, secretaries - By Stephanie
Armour, USA TODAY.
Nursing home survey reveals mixed consumer perceptions - By Gary R.
December 20, 2001. There's an old saying that goes, "If you want to know
how good it is, ask someone who owns one." Translated into the health care
industry, that means that if regulators, policy-makers, health care
providers and payers want to know how well health care services are being
provided, they should ask consumers who have used the services.
Best and worst media portrayals of nursing for 2003
- The Center for Nursing Advocacy has issued its list of the best and
worst media portrayals of nursing during 2003. The list highlights a
variety of depictions of nursing--from television to the print media, from
fiction to news, and from Milwaukee to Malaysia--that the Center believes
deserve recognition, for better or worse.
Advocacy Group Seeks Support For “ER” Campaign - The Center for
Nursing Advocacy seeks to increase public understanding of the pivotal
role nurses play in modern health care by calling for more accurate,
balanced and frequent media portrayals of nurses.
Picture Imperfect - From Nurse Ratched to Hot Lips Houlihan, Film/TV
portrayals of nurses often transmit a warped image of real-life RNs. By
May 7, 2001. NurseWeek
Reel RNs - Nurse extras keep it real on the set of television's 'ER'
to ensure authenticity and to help cast and crew give it their best shot
By Bree LeMaire, MS, RN.
June 4, 2003.
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