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Stories of nursing care and compassion that communicate the heart of great nursing. Each short vignette will warm and encourage your heart!
Bergevin, Rita Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 31(1):62, January/March 2014.
A special invitation can be extended to each of us by another in need.
Fountain, Mikeal E.; Fountain, Rebecca P.
Fountain, Mikeal E.; Fountain, Rebecca P. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 30(3):186, July/September 2013.
A patient almost dies... a nurse almost misses God at work.
Walker, Jennifer Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(4):250, October/December 2012.
"He turned away from me, ignoring me when I said hello."
Gwyn, Liz Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(3):178-179, July/September 2012.
CAVALERI, KAREN Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 21(4):41, Fall 2004.
Why does God put us at the bedside of our patients?
Payne, Leslie Karns
Payne, Leslie Karns Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(3):184, July/September 2012.
"You helped me let God in."
Angking, Do-rhen Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 29(1):59, January/March 2012.
Are you weary from the enormous weight of caring for patients or students?
Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(4):238, October/December 2011.
A nurse learns a freeing lesson about forgiveness from prison nursing.
Diggins, Kristene Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(3):174, July/September 2011.
Sometimes the greatest gift we can offer our patients is to let them go with strength, confidence, and comfort.
Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(2):113, April/June 2011.
Exhaustion seems to be synonymous with the work and art of nursing.
Aswad, Jean M.
Aswad, Jean M. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(1):51, January/March 2011.
Her outbursts and aggression diminished as her demeanor and behavior turned around 360 degrees.
McCarver, Pamala K.
McCarver, Pamala K. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(4):312-313, October/December 2010.
Does prayer ever make a difference?
Whitlow, Ashleigh Carter
Whitlow, Ashleigh Carter Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(2):73, April/June 2010.
"I was having one of those shifts..."
WHITLOW, ASHLEIGH CARTER
WHITLOW, ASHLEIGH CARTER Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(1):11, January/February/March 2010.
"It was a miracle—an enormous, unimaginable miracle!"
JONES, GREGORY A.
JONES, GREGORY A. Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 26(4):195-196, October/November/December 2009.
Sadly, and all too often, a caring attitude is deposed by a more cynical one.
DIGGINS, KRISTENE Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 26(3):179, July/September 2009.
My patient sat in the corner with tears still running down her face.
Journal of Christian Nursing. 26(1):15, January/March 2009.
Schoonover-Shoffner, Kathy Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 25(3):127, July/September 2008.
"...there were nurses who, although competent, did not express much compassion and caring."
Journal of Christian Nursing. 25(1):48-49, January/March 2008.
Nurturing can simply mean offering support in life’s most fragile moments.
Blottner, Christina Pacileo
Blottner, Christina Pacileo Less
Journal of Christian Nursing. 24(3):159, July/September 2007.
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