May 2005
Materials Management in Health Care;May2005, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p4
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The article presents news briefs relating to the field of nursing. In a survey conducted at the recent congress of the Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses, about 41 percent of the 1,500 nurses felt they should double glove all the time, yet only 24 percent of respondents say they used the double-gloving method all the time. The health care industry could help reduce nursing shortages by increasing efforts to recruit mote men into the profession. In one of the largest surveys of its kind, the American Nurses Association finds 79 percent of registered nurses expect to be working in the same hospitals and units during the next year.


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