July/September 2013 - Volume 30 - Issue 3
pp: 133-192,E1-E14

Think About It


NCF @ Work


Etc


Christian Nursing 101


Advanced Practice Nursing


Nursing in the Church


Student TXT


Christian Ethics


FAQs in Spiritual Care


In Retrospect


Called to Teach


Practicing


Resources


PulseBeats



CE Connection


Spirit-Guided Care: Christian Nursing for the Whole Person

Murphy, Lyn S.; Walker, Mark S.

Journal of Christian Nursing . 30(3):144-152, July/September 2013.

Despite a strong historical foundation in spiritual whole person care, nurses struggle with holistic caring. For the Christian nurse, holistic nursing can be described as Spirit-guided care – removing oneself as the motivating force and allowing the Holy Spirit to guide nursing practice.

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Picture This! Using Photovoice to Facilitate Cultural Competence in Students

Garner, Shelby

Journal of Christian Nursing . 30(3):155-157, July/September 2013.

Digital images are easy to make and popular with today's undergraduate students. Photovoice is a qualitative research method used to express experiences of participants – and it can be used to help teach cultural competence.

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Creating a Culture for Evidence-Based Practice in the Faith Community

Lashley, Mary

Journal of Christian Nursing . 30(3):158-163, July/September 2013.

There is little research that addresses the impact of faith community nursing (FCN) on health outcomes or evaluates FCN programs. How can FCNs bring research into the faith community and build evidence-based practice?The CE test for this article is available only online at NursingCenter.com/CE/CNJ.

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Does Religious Adherence Help Diabetic Patients' Well-Being?

Dehning, Doug O.; Nelson, Lindsay A.; Stewart, Jeanette A.; More

Journal of Christian Nursing . 30(3):E1-E11, July/September 2013.

Nearly 300 diabetic patients were surveyed about their faith activities, basic beliefs, and sense of well-being. Survey results support that Christian spirituality may be a positive coping mechanism for diabetic patients.

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