Prayer in Clinical Practice: What Does Evidence Support?

Kim-Godwin, YeounSoo

Journal of Christian Nursing . 30(4):208-215, October/December 2013.

Prayer is a common practice for health and frequently used coping mechanism by patients. Because the form and significance of prayer may be different for each patient, nurses need to accommodate patients' choices of a particular form of prayer.

Spread the Word, Not the Germs: A Toolkit for Faith Communities

Reilly, Janet Resop; Hovarter, Rebecca; Mrochek, Tracy; More

Journal of Christian Nursing . 28(4):205-211, October/December 2011.

How can churches help prevent the spread of infection and prepare for disasters? Discover and download the FREE Infection Control and Emergency Preparedness Toolkit for the Faith Community.