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Christian Nursing in a Non-Christian Country

Y. Chan, Zenobia C.

doi: 10.1097/CNJ.0b013e3181ef7d9a
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Abstract: Reflecting on Christian nursing in a non-Christian country, a Chinese nurse shares about encouraging a mother of a sick child using the Bible. Christianity offers distinct contributions in nursing that non-Christian religions in China do not offer: an internalized and externalized God, opportunity for prayer, and Bible verses for any patient need. Insights are offered on how to use Scripture in nursing practice.

Christianity offers distinct contributions to nursing in China.

Zenobia C. Y. Chan, PhD, RN, is Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong. She has published numerous articles on health-related topics and her latest book is Silenced Women (2009, Nova).

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