2014 Innovations Conference
Calling all nurse educators, students, clinicians, and researchers! Plan to attend the 4th biennial Innovations in Faith-Based Nursing Conference, June 16 to 19, 2014 at Indiana Wesleyan University. See http://www.indwes.edu/Nursing-Innovations/ for updates and more information.
- Explore Christian foundations and worldviews in professional nursing.
- Identify innovative teaching strategies for nursing education and practice.
- Embrace cultural attributes in the profession of nursing in local and global settings.
- Experience networking in a Christian community.
- Practice/Advanced Practice
Cost is $500.00 and includes the conference, CE credits, meals, and accommodations in beautiful dorms ($400 for conference, CE, and meals only).
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Coming soon in JCN
- Connecting Active Listening and Emotional Competence in Clinical Practice by Michelle Doas
- Teaching Spiritual Care Throughout a Baccalaureate Nursing Curriculum by Elizabeth Johnston Taylor
- Using Evidenced-Based Practice in the Faith Community by Lynn A Maitlen
- Religiosity and Parental Acceptance of Human Papillomavirus Vaccine by Diane Reynolds
- Anxiety in America: Etiology and Intervention by Debra Walker and Jane Leach
- Survey Assessment of the Faith Community: This May Help! by Lucy Tormoehlen
- Are We Training Healthy Clergy? How Can Nurses Help? by Melissa Bopp
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