Problems in Defining Nursing

An examination of the contemporary problems facing the nursing profession.

This paper examines the conflict facing the nursing profession – how to provide altruistic care to a world that doesn’t encourage caring. Recent decades have seen a push for nursing to become more professional in their dealings with clients as opposed to developing any personal rapport.

This same historical commonality with women has allowed nursing to develop a unique identity all its own within the world of health care. This identity stems from nursing’s unique perspective within the care structure. Whereas doctors can afford a greater detachment and distance from their patients, nurses often must learn to meet the needs of their patients as individuals. Therefore, it can be seen that the aforementioned push for professionalism would actually rob the discipline of nursing with one of its main assets: close contact with the patients.

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