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Nursing: The need to make a difference

Everyone knows that nurses are the backbone of a hospital, but we wanted to hear directly from them what being a nurse really means. In interviewing nurses around Stanford Hospital the one commonality that emerged was their desire to make a difference in their patients' lives.  It's no surprise, then, that when an entire group of people enters a profession with such a clear commitment, all of our communities benefit.

Happy Nurses Week!
Previously: Nursing is not all science

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