Recruiting Journal of Nursing

It is Time to Recruit More Men into the Profession of Nursing

It is Time to Recruit More Men into the Profession of Nursing

Tags: history of nursing male nurse men nursing school profession recruiting

It is a benefit to have men working in the profession of nursing. We need to recruit more men into our nursing schools and to work in our healthcare institutions. Both male and female nurses bring different perspectives and benefits to the profession of nursing and to the patient’s they care for. The ability of men to negotiate and obtain higher salaries and positions in both administration and nursing specialty areas may serve as the impetus to elevate the entire nursing profession.

Read More →
Implication of Foreign-Educated Nurses on United States Nursing Collegiality

Implication of Foreign-Educated Nurses on United States Nursing Collegiality

Tags: educated educational requirements foregin graduates healthcare workers nurses nursing leadership nursing shortage recruiting requirements us

The United States (U.S.) has repeatedly experienced a shortage of qualified registered nurses, a situation, which is capable of deteriorating further in view of the U.S. aging population (Clark, Stewart, & Clark, 2006).

Read More →
Predicting exercise adherence in cancer patients and survivors: a systematic review and meta-analysis of motivational and behavioural factors

Predicting exercise adherence in cancer patients and survivors: a systematic review and meta-analysis of motivational and behavioural factors

Tags: adherence behavior cancer cancer patients exercise meta-analysis physical activity recruiting review treatment

Cancer patients are advised to participate in daily exercise. Whether they comply with the recommendations for physical activity or not remains unclear. The review identified that both the TPB and the TTM frameworks include aspects that predicts exercise adherence in cancer patients, and thus contributes to the understanding of motivational factors of change in exercise behaviour in cancer populations. However, the strengths of predictions were relatively weak. More research is needed to identify predictors of greater importance.

Read More →
Get Published for Free
RN's, Nursing Students, Educators & Health Care Professionals: Submit your article, story, or research paper to be considered for publishing. Over 40,000 readers per month. It's free and always has been since we started in 2001.