April 2005 - Volume 22 - Issue 2
pp: 1-48



CAM* in Women's Health: SAFELY NAVIGATE THE WATERS

ELIOPOULOS, CHARLOTTE

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(2):6-13, April 2005.

The use of Complementary Alternative Medicine by women keeps rising. How should nurses address CAM safety and efficacy—physical and spiritual, with clients?

IT'S NOT ABOUT FOOD: GETTING TO THE HEART OF EATING DISORDERS

EBERLY, MARIAN C.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(2):15-19, April 2005.

One-half to 3% of women will develop anorexia while 1 to 4.5% will develop bulimia. Discover why the most effective eating disorder treatments involve God.

WOMEN BEHIND BARS: The Challenge to Care

BREWER-SMYTH, KATHLEEN

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(2):30-33, April 2005.

Female inmates typically have suffered serious abuse and are beset by numerous mental, physical and spiritual problems. What can help them?




PERIMENOPAUSE: Helping Women Be Heard

LYNDAKER, CAROLYN Z.; HULTON, LINDA J.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(2):25-28, April 2005.

The woman with hemorrhaging in the Gospels was likely suffering perimenopausal complications. We can learn much from Jesus' response to her.


From DREAM to REALITY: How a PARISH NURSE PROGRAM Is Born

FARRELL, SARAH P.; RIGNEY, DAWN B.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(2):34-37, April 2005.

Thinking about a parish nurse ministry? Eleven parish nurses share the ups and downs of getting started, revealing 5 phases of program development.


When God Calls You to a HARD PLACE

RAE, KIMBERLY

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(2):38-40, April 2005.

Missionaries in restricted countries must meet physical or academic needs as an avenue toward the spiritual. Can health care ministry make a difference?




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