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July 2005 - Volume 22 - Issue 3
pp: 1-48



The MYSTERY of HEALING

SHELLY, JUDITH ALLEN

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(3):6-14, July 2005.

Nurses face tough questions about God's role in healing—for ourselves and for our clients. Shelly pinpoints six questions about healing and offers thoughtful, biblical answers.

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE'S CHANGING IMAGE?: PART INightingale the Feminist, Statistician & Nurse

GRYPMA, SONYA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(3):22-28, July 2005.

In recent nursing literature, Nightingale has evolved from quintessential Christian nurse to modern-day mystic. Is this change significant? Who was Nightingale, and what did she believe?



CAN MUSIC HELP US HEAL?

SUTHERLAND, KAREN

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(3):29-31, July 2005.

Music has been used as an adjunct to health care for centuries. Today, music therapy is linked with some unexpected results.How does music aid healing?


The Patchwork Quilt: HEALING AFTER SEXUAL ABUSE

PARSONS, KATHY

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(3):32-33, July 2005.

These nurses share five very different personal and professional experiences with healing. Yet a common thread ties their stories together.

A Gift from God: HEALING FROM OVARIAN CANCER

DIGGINS, KRISTENE

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(3):34, July 2005.

These nurses share five very different personal and professional experiences with healing. Yet a common thread ties their stories together.

No End in Sight: LIVING WITH CHRONIC PAIN

DIGGINS, KRISTENE

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(3):35, July 2005.

These nurses share five very different personal and professional experiences with healing. Yet a common thread ties their stories together.

A Grim Prognosis: CAN HOPE SURVIVE?

DIGGINS, KRISTENE

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(3):36, July 2005.

These nurses share five very different personal and professional experiences with healing. Yet a common thread ties their stories together.

NURSING DIAGNOSIS: CHRONIC SORROW

STRICKLIN, SUZANNE MARTIN

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(3):37-38, July 2005.

These nurses share five very different personal and professional experiences with healing. Yet a common thread ties their stories together.




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