Nurses again rank first in Gallup ethics survey

12/12/2011 |

A Gallup survey showed that nurses garnered ratings of high or very high from 84% of U.S. adults for honesty and ethics. Since 1999, nurses have earned the top spot, except in 2001, when firefighters ranked first after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. "The public's continued trust in nurses is well-placed, and reflects an appreciation for the many ways nurses provide expert care and advocacy," ANA President Karen A. Daley said.

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