January/March 2011 - Volume 28 - Issue 1
pp: 5-59

Think About It


Etc


Christian Nursing 101


In Retrospect


Nursing in the Church


Student TXT


Christian Ethics


Called to Teach


FAQs in Spiritual Care


Practicing


Resources


PulseBeats



Emotional Competence Makes a Difference (for Staff and Patients!)

Doas, Michelle Dellaria

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(1):34-37, January/March 2011.

Emotional competence is critical to patient care and work relationships, and can be a vital skill to teach patients.

CE Connection


The Place of Dignity in Everyday Ethics

O'Mathúna, Dónal P.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(1):12-18, January/March 2011.

"Ethics" isn't just about life and death situations. How we treat patients and colleagues promotes (or demotes) human dignity and ethical conduct. What's entailed in always being ethical?

Feeling Shame: Insights on Intimate Partner Violence

Zarif, Marjan

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(1):40-45, January/March 2011.

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious health issue; however, many healthcare providers do not routinely administer screening. Learn about risk factors, screening methods, and intervention. The CE test for this article is available only online at NursingCenter.com/CE/CNJ.

research/education


Living Out Our Values: The Legacy of Christian Academic Nursing Leadership

Coeling, Harriet V.; Chiang-Hanisko, Lenny; Thompson, Mary

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(1):24-30, January/March 2011.

Fourteen retired nursing academic leaders offer a gift of wisdom to current and future nurses, helping us understand how we can become Christian leaders.

parish nursing


Faith Community/Parish Nursing: What's in a Name?

Patterson, Deborah L.; Slutz, Mary

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(1):31-33, January/March 2011.

In the Christian tradition, do the titles "Faith Community Nurse" and "Parish Nurse" convey the same thing? Supplemental digital content is available online.

service learning



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