Front-line Differences between Policing and Nursing YourFirstName YourLastName Your University August 3, 2010 Front-line Differences between Policing and Nursing There are great differences in the front-line differences faced by police as compared to nurses. The police are charged with using any means necessary, quite often violent means, to exact justice. In sharp contrast, the relationship of nurses to patients is that of using care to resolve medical situations. This difference in professions with respect to front-line work is almost that of a comparison of opposites. North America was a veritable frontier settled by European immigrants. A cycle of violence was set in motion from the beginning of colonization as native people were...The end:
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