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Gender bias and discrimination in nursing education: can we change it?

Ann Strong Anthony
Nurse Educator 2004, 29 (3): 121-5
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Gender bias in nursing education impedes recruitment and retention of males into the profession. Nurse educators who are unaware of men's historical contributions to the profession may unknowingly perpetuate gender bias. The author describes how traditional stereotypes can be challenged and teaching/learning strategies can be customized to gender-driven learning styles.

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