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  1. Male Nursing • By Josh Morrison

  2. What do male nurses do that females cannot? “Nurse” image courtesy royalty free “Nurse” image courtesy royalty free

  3. Interesting Statistics! • Approximately 3.1 million nurses in the U.S. • 10% of all nurses are male... (Kalisch & Liu, 2009) • Which means about 300,000 total male nurses are in the United States (Buerhaus, Auerbach, & Staiger, 2009) • Average Age - 44 years old (Kalisch & Liu, 2009)

  4. Most important benefit of a male nurse Strength “Strong men” courtesy royalty free “Strong men” courtesy royalty free

  5. Interview Q and A • “Nobody knows for sure • why females want to become nurses.” • Yes. Heavy lifting. But other than that we basically do the same thing. • Why are there so many more female nurses than male? • Are there any specific jobs that men perform that women cannot?

  6. More Questions! • Shockingly, yes there is a difference in salary (men are paid about $9,000 more yearly • The ratio for males to females in the nurse anesthesia is more like 1 male for every 4 or 5 females • Is there a difference in the salary of male and female nurses? • What is the ratio of males to females for your area of study?

  7. What is a CRNA? • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist • Registered Nurse • Also qualified to administer anesthesia without the need of anesthesiologist “Nurse anesthesia” courtesty Royalty Free

  8. Nursing Education • Takes 3 years to graduate with BSN • Another 3 years for CRNA • = lot of school! • Average salary for CRNA about $165,000

  9. Inspiration • Helping people • Job shadowing • Hands-on work • Interactive • Diverse “Male Nursing” courtesy of royalty free

  10. References • Buerhaus, P.I., Auerbach, D.I., & Staiger, (July-August 2009). D.O. Health affairs. American Association of Colleges of Nursing (pp. 657-668). Retrieved March 14, 2014, from http://nursingworld.org/NursingbytheNumbersFactSheet. • Kalisch, B. J., & Liu, Y. (2009). Nursing Economics (pp. 322-331). Retrieved March 14, 2014, from http://search.proquest.com.huaryu.kl.oakland.edu/docview/236937844. • Strong men (n.d.). Clipart beefy bodybuilder. [image]. Retrieved March 29, 2014, from http://ClipartOf.com/102985 • Strong men (n.d.). Strong arm stock vectors and illusions. [image]. Retrieved March 29, 2014, from http://www.123rf.com/clipart-vector/strong_arm.html • Nurse (n.d.). Vecto.rs. [image]. Retrieved March 29, 2014, from http://vecto.rs/designs/nurse • Nurse (n.d.). i2clipart.com. [image]. Retrieved March 29, 2014, from http://www.i2clipart.com/clipart-nurse-02-512x512-6659 • Registered crna (n.d.). fotolia.com. [image]. Retrieved March 30, 2014, from http://www.fotolia.com/id/41098708 • Male nursing (n.d.).9livesshop.com. [image]. Retrieved March 30, 2014, from http://9livesshop.com/files/male-surgeon.html