Male Call 2006 Men in Nursing Calendar

March 2005
Oklahoma Nurse;Mar-May2005, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p9
Reports on the search of the Oklahoma Nurses Association for male nurses in the state to be featured in the 2006 Men in Nursing Calendar. Percentage of men in the nursing profession in the U.S.; Aim of the calendar; Criteria for application.


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