Articles by Sonya Grypma

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Religion and Ethics in Pluralistic Healthcare Contexts

Reimer-Kirkham, Sheryl; Grypma, Sonya; Terblanche, Landa

Journal of Christian Nursing. 30(1):E1-E6, January/March 2013.

More than 100 nurses from around the world gathered at Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia, Canada for the 2012 Faith & Nursing Symposium: Religion and Ethics in Pluralistic Healthcare Contexts (May 10–12, 2012). Read about this landmark conference, how nursing is (re)engaging with religion, and find abstracts from over 40 presenters in this online open-access article.

Nightingale the Person–Not the Symbol

GRYPMA, SONYA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(3):32-33, July 2006.

A Nightingale scholar, a nurse historian and a theologian respond to “Florence Nightingale's Changing Image?” (JCN, 22, no 3, 4). Their differing interpretatons present an opportunity to examine our beliefs.

From SAINT to FIEND to MODERN MYSTIC: Part 2—Florence Nightingale's Changing Image?

GRYPMA, SONYA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(4):6-13, October 2005.

Nightingale has been characterized as model Christian, self-serving fiend and spiritual mystic. Are any of these accurate? Is Nightingale still a valuable symbol for nursing?

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE'S CHANGING IMAGE?: PART INightingale the Feminist, Statistician & Nurse

GRYPMA, SONYA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(3):22-28, July 2005.

In recent nursing literature, Nightingale has evolved from quintessential Christian nurse to modern-day mystic. Is this change significant? Who was Nightingale, and what did she believe?

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