Nursing Image from Media Perspective

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Nursing Image from Media Perspective
The perception of the public to regard, esteem and value the nursing profession has been tarnished by the negative nursing images portrayed by the media. The nursing profession has been challenged in recruitment effort, retention, nurse job satisfaction and role performance due to misconception and misinformation by the media. Even though the public has been shown positive aspects of the nursing profession, the negative images by the media have dominated the perceptions of the public. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the relationship between nursing image and the role of the nurse in relation to the media’s perspective on nurses as well as the potential impact this perception has on future...
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