Mothers of Hospitalized Children's Perspectives on Male Nurses' Care

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Ola A. Kutah, Majd T. Mrayyan


Background: Many professions have been categorized by gender until recently. Various societies and businesses have differing views on whether particular jobs require men or women to succeed. These views, including Jordan's, have shifted in many world regions.

Objective: This study aimed to learn about the viewpoints of mothers whose children were in patients receiving hospital care from male nurses.

Design: A cross-sectional designutilizing a self-administered questionnaire collected data, recruiting124mothers of hospitalized children using a random sampling technique.

Results: There was a statistically significant difference in mothers' perceptions of male nurses working across all sociodemographic variables.

Conclusion: Mothers of hospitalized children had favorable attitudes toward male nurses.

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Ola A. Kutah, Majd T. Mrayyan. (2022). Mothers of Hospitalized Children’s Perspectives on Male Nurses’ Care. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 26(01), 1537–1546. Retrieved from