July/September 2007 - Volume 24 - Issue 3
pp: 122-172

Editorial


Etc


Christian Ethics


Called to Teach


Practicing


FAQs in Spiritual Care


Resources


PulseBeats



Preventable Birth Defects: A Golden Teaching Opportunity

Coakley, Linda N.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 24(3):126-128,130-132, July/September 2007.

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) is the leading preventable cause of mental retardation in the U.S. Nurses are in a strategic position to educate about FAS and other common, preventable birth defects.

Children With Disabilities: Choosing the Road of Hope

GOLDBERG, STEPHANIE

Journal of Christian Nursing. 24(3):141-142,143-147, July/September 2007.

After learning her son had Type I spinal muscular atrophy, this mom decided to trust God and his Word. Now a nurse case manager, she offers insights on helping families of disabled children.

Home Sickness: No Place to Call Home

Haynie, Lisa; Lofton, Susan; Ragland, Gaye; More

Journal of Christian Nursing. 24(3):152-155, July/September 2007.

Homeless children are more often in poor health than children who are not homeless; they are hungry twice as often. These nurses are doing something about this at their inner-city school clinic.

MISSIONS


Universal Aspects of Pediatric Nursing

Fleury-Baby, Joycelyne

Journal of Christian Nursing. 24(3):156-158, July/September 2007.

A primary focus of nursing worldwide is client and family well-being. Yet sometimes, regardless of culture, when nurses work under stress we tend to forget the same things.