September 2010
Nursing Ethics;Sep2010, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p672
Academic Journal
An interview with the journal's editorial board member Doug Olsen is presented. When asked about his involvement with nursing ethics, Olsen informs that he began working as a nurse's aide. When asked about the inspiration for adopting the nursing profession, he refers to self interest. When asked about his any other academic interests besides nursing ethics, he mentions that he is involved in mental health issues.


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