TVs Impact on Nursing Profession

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An op-ed piece by Sandy Summers, RN appeared in today’s Boston Sun. Check it out at   Summer’s assertion, the subject of her book Saving Lives, is that TV portrayals of nurses harm the public image of the profession and perpetuate incorrect and damaging stereotypes that nurses are minor players in the world of healthcare. Learn more about Summers and her work at  which was formerly the Center for Nursing Advocacy.

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