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Nursing and religion

Regarding the article “American Muslim RNs reflect on challenges” (Nurse.com/Article/Muslim-Nurses), why do we have to stamp everything and everyone with religion? Why can’t we see everyone as a human being — someone’s mother, father, son, daughter, etc.? We do not need to consider religion in order to show respect. I have never looked at a person who is suffering from illness in terms of religion or color. Also, a nursing association should not have any religious affiliations.
— Anna Curichiyil, RN
Bensalem, Pa.

By | 2020-04-06T10:53:23-04:00 January 15th, 2016|Categories: Nurses stories|0 Comments

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