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Professionalism in nursing is about nurses striving to understand what is expected of them as members of a regulated and licensed profession; and moreover, what their work then looks, feels, and sounds like to themselves, and to those they encounter while in practice. A focused ethnography was conducted over a four month period, with the purpose of discovering how nursing students understood and then defined, nursing professionalism. Eight key informants shared their knowledge ofdoi:10.11575/prism/27151 fatcat:dm33lmszlzbaxm6s7bxr6rcs74