Males are rapidly getting into the nursing profession. As providers and patients alike become aware of the various benefits male-identifying nurses may give, there is also a desire for more male nurses in the healthcare industry. More male-identifying nurses, for example, can help ensure that male patients feel represented. Male nurses had a long road ahead of them in terms of practice and professional growth. In recent years, male nurses have been recognized for their outstanding contributions to health care delivery.
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