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These articles offer excellent content with an added bonus: American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) accredited continuing education hours for the specialty practice of Faith Community Nursing, good for relicensure in all 50 states.
Horton, Shalonda E. B.; Alvear, Elizabeth E.; Horton, Daryl L.
Horton, Shalonda E. B.; Alvear, Elizabeth E.; Horton, Daryl L. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 31(1):28-34, January/March 2014.
Can churches and state universities partner to improve the health of a congregation and community? Yes! Learn more about how health ministry partnerships can be effective ways to impact health.
Olson, Jenna M.; Hoglund, Barbara A.
Olson, Jenna M.; Hoglund, Barbara A. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 31(1):14-21, January/March 2014.
The primary group faith community nurses minister to is the elderly. Learn about various types of elder abuse and what you can do to assist elders and families in caring optimally for the aged.
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Kim-Godwin, YeounSoo Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 30(4):208-215, October/December 2013.
Read research evidence about how prayer makes a difference for the people we care for as nurses.
Lashley, Mary Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 30(3):158-163, July/September 2013.
How can faith community nurses measure and define outcomes of their practice? Learn more about creating a culture for research and EBP in the church.
Shillam, Casey R.; Orton, Valorie J.; Waring, Debbie; More
Shillam, Casey R.; Orton, Valorie J.; Waring, Debbie; Madsen, Sandy Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 30(2):90-96, April/June 2013.
Brown Bag Medication Review events help people understand and organize their meds. Faith community nurses can make a huge difference in the success of these events.
Pappas-Rogich, Maria Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(4):232-237, October/December 2012.
Vaccination is one of the most important and cost-effective public health interventions for the elderly, yet many elders do not receive routine vaccinations against common problems like influenza. Faith community nurses are in a prime position to help elders get vaccinated!
Sanders, Sarah Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(4):208-214, October/December 2012.
The average age a person experiences same sex attraction is 13; the average they "come out" is 15. How can a nurse within a faith community be a healing force for adolescents dealing with this issue? What can we do to ensure that the adults and youth in our churches know they are loved by God?
White, Paul E.
White, Paul E. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(3):144-149, July/September 2012.
What are unique ways you can appreciate and encourage others in your work setting? Learn how to help members of the faith community truly appreciate one another!
Moorman, Sandra Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(2):82-87, April/June 2012.
Millions live with diverticular disease and will come to you for help as a faith community nurse. What can you tell them to assist in managing this life-long problem?
Richardson, Luann Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(1):18-24, January/March 2012.
Is there a way to talk to people about their health needs that can motivate them toward change and new lifestyle practices? This is a must read for faith community nurses offering health information to their congregation and community.
Belles, Nita Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(1):30-35, January/March 2012.
Human trafficking is a growing problem. Learn about its prevalence and how to recognize and intervene. Discover ways your congregation can get involved.
Hermanns, Melinda Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(2):76-82, April/June 2011.
How can you help those in your congregation living with Parkinson's Disease (PD)? Learn about PD origins, symptoms, treatments, and ways to offer support.
Zarif, Marjan Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(1):40-45, January/March 2011.
Sadly, faith community nurses will encounter domestic and intimate partner violence in the church. Learn how to recognize and respond to this difficult problem. Also read the companion article "Domestic Violence and the Role of the Parish Nurse."
Routson, Janet L.; Hinton, Sharon T.
Routson, Janet L.; Hinton, Sharon T. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(4):302-305, October/December 2010.
Hepworth, Kimberly Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(3):236-241, July/September 2010.
Learn about eating disorder signs and symptoms and be prepared to help the next adolescent or adult who may have an eating disorder in your congregation or circle of friends.
Lample, Samuel S.; Gillum, Jan
Lample, Samuel S.; Gillum, Jan Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(3):244-246, July/September 2010.
Faith community nurses will encounter eating disorders among the youth and adults of the congregation they serve. Learn how to recognize and serve males with an eating disorder.
Oji, Valerie Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(2):76-83, April/June 2010.
Learn about neuropsychopharmacology and approaches to mental health care, including a therapy helpful for Christians known as Biblical Framework Counseling.
Bokinskie, Jean C.; Evanson, Tracy A.
Bokinskie, Jean C.; Evanson, Tracy A. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 26(4):202-209, October/November/December 2009.
The conditions and discrimination experienced by migrant workers contribute to multiple health problems and disparities. Nurses in the faith community can help meet the health needs of immigrants and their families.
CUNNINGHAM, JILL L.; MULVIHILL, BEVERLY A.; SPECK, PATRICIA M.
CUNNINGHAM, JILL L.; MULVIHILL, BEVERLY A.; SPECK, PATRICIA M. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 26(3):140-147, July/September 2009.
The faith community is one key for providing support to families with children or other family members with disability. How can churches be more welcoming places for the disabled?
Goodman Lesniak, Rhonda Lynn
Goodman Lesniak, Rhonda Lynn Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 25(4):186-193, October/December 2008.
Nurses encounter self-injury behaviors such as cutting or mutilation in practice, among friends in the community, in the church. Learn about SIB and how you can help those struggling with this issue.
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