Nurses “tell all” during an interview—did you catch it?


Public perception of nurses is a fickle thing. On one hand, nursing has a firm hold on the #1 spot for the nation’s most trusted profession. On the other hand, media outlets (both real and fictional) guide popular opinion—and we don’t have to tell you that there are times when nurses aren’t showcased in the most flattering light.
In a recent ABC News interview, one reporter sat down to chat with three nurses who came prepared to talk about the good, the bad and the ugly sides of nursing.

Find out which trade secrets these nurses chose to reveal, and how they responded to swirling questions, rumors and fears. Then tell us—what would you add? Or maybe you disagree? Either way, we want to hear from you!

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