Medical TV shows may bolster clichés about male nurses

09/17/2013 | Reuters

After watching one season of five medical TV dramas, researchers found that these shows reinforced stereotypes surrounding male nurses. Men employed as nurses and midwives were often in supporting roles or used as objects of humor in the shows, according to a study in the Journal of Advanced Nursing.

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