April 2006 - Volume 23 - Issue 2
pp: 1-48



MEN in Nursing: HARD-WIRED for ADVENTURE!

HAAS, RICHARD

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(2):13-17, April 2006.

Some things in nursing inadvertently send the message, “No men need apply.” Haas shares three common needs men have and how they pursue fulfillment in the work of nursing.

WHY Aren't Men Choosing Nursing?

Schoonover-Shoffner, Kathy

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(2):16-17, April 2006.

The percentage of men in nursing has remained around 6% for decades, compared to 94% females. Why aren't men entering nursing? How can they be recruited into the profession?

THE FATHERLESS EPIDEMIC: Transforming Tragedy to Triumph

IRWIN, BERNADINE; COPEN, KIMBERLY ANN

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(2):26-30, April 2006.

While the impact of fatherlessness is staggering—accounting for the majority of teen crimes—one nursing school has found a way to introduce troubled teens to the Fatherhood of God.

On the Tip of My Tongue: LIVING WITH APHASIA

LIECHTY, JOHN A.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(2):32-33, April 2006.

John lost his ability to communicate, his career and much of life that was significant to him. He shares his journey and how he reconnected with himself, other people and God.

1.0 contact hour


WHEN PROSTATE CANCER STRIKES

ROBERTS, GENE

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(2):6-11, April 2006.

Over 234,000 men in the U.S. were diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2005, while around 30,000 died from it. Discover invaluable lessons learned from one nurse's journey with this very personal cancer.

1.5 contact hours


Evaluating Addictions Treatment in Light of Scripture

GRAHAM, KATHY M.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(2):18-24, April 2006.

Addiction is a growing problem in America. In March 2004, 1,066, 351 clients were being treated for substance abuse. Is treatment effective? Do beliefs underlying mainstream treatment line up with biblical thinking?