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I'm a student nurse studying to be an RN, many would complain that nurse Hawthorne is generic and stereotypical as the model citizen, but, just as the theme of the entire show, she's a hero and a role model. I'm in a class right now that covers all the controversies of nursing, and so far this show has covered so many that I am learning. She may be too good to be true but she is definitely the kind of nurse I strive to be, which I believe is possible, yes we are supposed to stand up to doctors to be patient advocates, yes we get chewed out for it regardless of the fact that all our books teach us to do so. It's nice to see a show setting an example for that profession, one that is often overlooked and highly under-appreciated. It also reveals how much the job affects their outside lives. It does if you don't believe so. It's life consuming.
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