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Handmaiden

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Transcript of Handmaiden

Hanging up the Handmaiden
Nursing 234
On a more positive note...some more answers from our Facebook friends.
We asked our Facebook friends....In your opinion, what is the relationship between doctors and nurses?
Here are some of the responses...
Dr. Jodi Enos-Berlage
Works Cited
Summers, Sandy, RN, MSN, MPH and
Summers, Harry Jacobs.
Saving Lives
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2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press,
2015. Print.



A few survey questions....
So what's next?
Be assertive
Don’t simply base your own values
about autonomy around the media
Understand nursing autonomy--some nurses don’t (Summers, 126)
Look at stepping up to autonomy as a change "to help meet health challenges ahead" (Summers, 126).


“Just as human rights do not
cease to exist simply because they
are not fully observed, nursing autonomy
does not cease to exist because
it is subject to daunting practical
constraints” (Summers, 126).
"So in terms of what I would share
with future nurses is to be confident
that you have a very critical role
and nobody else can replace
that...and that role can literally mean
life or death for that patient
and it could have ended up that
way for my mom"
~Dr. Enos
B.S. in Microbiology from University of Urbana/Champaign, 1992
PhD in Bacteriology from University of Wisconsin-Madison
Professor of Biology since 2000
Music: The XX, "Intro".
Music: The Jonas Brothers, "Year 3,000".
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