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Nurses, especially those working in community settings, work to prevent
illness through education and community programs designed to decrease
transmittable illnesses, violence, obesity and tobacco use, and provide
maternal-child education–to prevent some of the leading health problems of our
time. degrees in nursing, then work as scholars, educators, health policy
makers, managers, advanced practitioners such as Clinical Nurse Specialists or
Nurse Practitioners, or sit on Boards of Directors

As patients near the end of their lives, nurses provide dignity in death
by advocating for sufficient pain medication and the opportunity to die at home
to allow them to spend meaningful time with family members in their final days

What is the importance of the
public image:

The image of nursing is formulated in many ways by the public, the media,
Interprofessional colleagues, and nurses. Nursing’s image as a profession has
both positive and negative aspects and different from male to female student according
to (Azza, Dalal and Husam,2015) that most of male student have a positive image
to nursing profession and its societal view, benefits and view of
self-satisfaction on nursing. This study done on a Jordanian and Egyptian
undergraduate male student study in their fourth year in nursing.

The public image of nurses it always a reflection but not reality, it
based on the personal experience with the nurse and can effect by many reasons.
Like the emotional situation of the person at that time, so that can narrow the
view and might make a wrong picture for the nurse and also it cannot be applied
to all nurses it depends on the person. This image can positively or negatively
impact on the nurse’s self-image. According to (Takase .M, maude. P, manias. E,
2006) that the public image effect on the self-image. Nurses rated their
aptitude for leadership more positively than they thought the public viewed
them. In contrast, nurses rated their image as being caring less negatively
than their perceived public image. Job performance was predicted by self-image
relating to leadership aptitude. On the contrary, the relationship between
self-image and perception of the public image as being caring predicted job
performance. When nurses perceived their public image as caring less positively
than their self-image, their job performance tended to improve. As for turnover
intention, both self-image and perceived public images of having an aptitude
for leadership and being caring were negatively related to intention to quit
the job. Tis study was done on 346 Australian nurses participated in a
questionnaire study and this study comparing nurses’ perceptions of their
public image with their self-image, and examining how the relationship between
their perceived public image and self-image was associated with their job
performance and turnover intentions. Also may also effect on the way that he
she dealing with the patients. Nurses tend to act as victims in many situations
and convey this to other constituencies.

many people do not know about the education required to become a nurse
and to maintain current knowledge, or about the great variety of educational
entry points into nursing.

In addition, most of the people view nurses as hard working and extremely
caring and understanding according to (meiring. A. and van wyk. C., 2013) that
there is 80% of 776 participants in the study view nurses as extremely hard
working and 78.2% of them view nurses as caring and understanding. This study
done on a 776 person from south African public and majority of them show a
positive image for nurses.

The public image also does not effect in nurses itself or in the quality
of the nursing care but also its effects on the choice of future job for the children.
the (meiring. A. and van wyk. C., 2013) and that there is 43.6 of the parents
doesn’t want their children to become nurses. Similarly, in the (Dr. Sabah M
Ahmed Mahran, and Dr. Elham Al Naqshbandi, 2012) revealed that 87.8% of the
parents were disagreeing with teaching one of their sons nursing