Definitely. I risk sounding stereotypical, but the truth is men bring a certain power to nursing. By nature, men take control, and this is what is needed at times. Sometimes, their physical strength is a must-have. I have had shifts where we needed male nurses to deal with certain “difficult” patients.
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