Sally Okun RN – Vice President for Advocacy, Policy and Patient Safety. In her work with PatientsLikeMe Sally has worked on the standardizing the language of patient information. This creates new insight and understanding of patients, where clinical terminology and language fall short. Her role has also evolved to broader system thinking about how PatientsLikeMe can be a tool to […]
Dr. Joan Evans – RN, PhD
- Typical hegemonic recruitment poster for male nurses
- Health, Illness, Men, and Masculinities (HIMM) framework.
- Evans, J. (2004). Men nurses: a historical and feminist perspective. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 47 (3), 321-328.
- Evans, J. (2004). Bodies matter: Men, masculinity, and the gendered division of labour in nursing. Journal of Occupational Science, 11 (1), 14-22.
- Evans, J., & Frank, B. (2003). Tensions and contradictions: Exploring relations of masculinities in the numerically female-dominated profession of nursing. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11 (3), 277-292.
- Evans, J. (2002). Cautious caregivers: gender stereotypes and the sexualization of men nurses= touch. Journal of Advanced Nursing.40 (4), 441-448.
- Evans, J. (1997). Men in nursing. Issues of gender segregation and hidden advantage. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 26, 226-231.
- What do you see as a need in relation to these kind of gender talks in the workplace? How are we going to make men and women nurses aware of the complex gender dynamics that are affecting men every single day?
- What is the kind of gender split in your workplace, and were do you work?