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Adults who have experienced childhood trauma have higher risks of depression, obesity, heart disease, and earlier death. However, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) don't have to predict the fate of adults. When we recognize and begin to help adults confront these negative events, they can become healthier and live longer. Participate in JCN's LIVE online Journal Club on November 4 based on the article "Recognizing the Trauma of Adverse Childhood Experiences." Earn 1.5 NCPD hours. Free to NCF members, or register here/pay a fee to attend or view later. ​

Kris Mauk​, Senior Editor

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Stay up-to-date on health ministry and meet your CE needs​! JCN articles offer excellent content, including American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) accredited continuing education for Faith Community Nurses--good for relicensure in all 50 states.

Faith Community Nursing: Identifying and Combating Social Isolation and Loneliness in Older Adults

Take advantage of the latest information and helpful tools for health ministry in the Health Ministry Best Practices Collection with over 60 articles!

One Voice, One Vision: Wisdom for Healthier Communities is the topic for the 2021 Health Ministries Association conference. This virtual event will take place over three weeks, with two sessions per week being presented between October 5 and 21, 2021. Continuing education is available.​

North Park University and North Park University School of Nursing and Health Sciences are presenting the November 6, 2021 symposium, Accessible to All? A Faithful Response to Disabilities for healthcare and ministry professionals. The virtual conference is open for registration.

The 2022 Caring for the Human Spirit Conference and International Westberg Symposium is March 28-30, 2022 in New Mexico. This is the Spiritual Care Association's 9th annual conference. The theme for the Westberg Symposium is "Embracing a Bright Future: Diversity in Faith Community Nursing Practice."