How Nursing Has Changed in Last 50 Years

 In Nurses Weekly

A lot has changed since nurses wore white skirts and stockings to work. Fifty years ago, doctors still treated nurses as assistants and the role was seen as an extension of women’s caregiving instead of a career. The role required less formal education, and nurses had just a “rudimentary” understanding of scientific medical care. Business Insider provides a comprehensive look at how being a nurse has changed in the last 50 years…

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