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how they need to be trained but they will go back to their caring heart once education is over. They then role simulate to internalizing that detachment. Provisions internalization and then stable. There is a glass escalator for male nurses. The nursing hierarchy: A. Aids and LPNs- minimal training LPNS (one year training) B. Registered nurses RNS. C. Advanced practice nurses 1.Clinical nurse specialists, 2. Certified registered nurse anesthetists, 3. Nurse practitioners (take on most work and other things that originally was the physicians job), 4. Certified nurse midwives. What is the “doctor-nurse game;” is it still played today? What does it suggest about the influence of gender on doctor-nurse interaction? To what extent does ethnicity factor into doctor-health care worker interactions? Discuss how and why health occupations are generally organized around and subordinate to physicians. What have been the different experiences of the occupations discussed in their relationship to physicians? How is this changing?
male nurses as more competent, males are also less passive and female doctors are less likely to play the game. This is changing though, there is greater assertiveness by nurses, increased numbers of male nurses, and growing number of female doctors. E. Among the range of choices for medical care and advice is “alternative” medicine, which is becoming increasingly difficult to define as it is increasingly used and accepted. How does scientific evidence relate to the definition of alternative medicine? Describe the alternative view of health on which “alternative medicine” is generally based. Contrast alternative modern and alternative traditional approaches, providing an example of each. Briefly summarize the causes and prevalence of the use of unconventional therapies in the U.S. What appears to be the primary reasons people employ healing options other than those offered by modern medicine? Contrast the worldview of folk healers with biomedical practitioners with respect to health. What primary benefits do folk healers appear to offer to people who use their services? According to Winnick, what have been the three responses of the medical profession to CAM in the U.S.? Provide an example of each. According to Freedman, up to what percentage of the published medical information that doctors rely on is flawed? Discuss the causes of these errors. How might conflicts of interest in medical journal publishing impact the health of the population? Alternative Medicine Exclusionary: Non conventional (Allopathic) Those practices explicitly used for the purpose of medical intervention, health promotion, or disease prevention which are not routinely taught in the US medical school, nor routinely underwritten by third-party insurance payers

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