AJN, American Journal of Nursing:
August 2012 – Volume 112 – Issue 8 – p 45–50
Greta Krapohl is the operations director for the Michigan Surgical Quality Collaborative in Ann Arbor. She acknowledges Richard Redman, PhD, RN, Christine Feak, PhD, Bradley White, PhD, and Margaret Baker, PhD, for their review and recommendations during the writing of this article. Contact author: firstname.lastname@example.org. The author has disclosed no potential conflicts of interest, financial or otherwise.
Voilà ce qu’écrivait en 1960, un infirmier, Nursing – A Sick Profession?
Harry L. White, R.N.:
« Unless some or all of the above suggestions are adopted to improve the standing of the professional nurse few material incentives (such as higher pay, better working conditions, swimming pools for the hospital staff, pleasant lounges, better food, and so on) will cause the Registered Nurse to return to the hospitals. The professional nurse must be restored to the privilege of carrying out her duties according to the high standards implied in the Nightingale ideal ».