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October 2005 - Volume 22 - Issue 4
pp: 1-48



From SAINT to FIEND to MODERN MYSTIC: Part 2—Florence Nightingale's Changing Image?

GRYPMA, SONYA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(4):6-13, October 2005.

Nightingale has been characterized as model Christian, self-serving fiend and spiritual mystic. Are any of these accurate? Is Nightingale still a valuable symbol for nursing?




CYBER Classrooms: Building Christian Community

MEYER, KIMBERLY R.; WESSMAN, JOANN P.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(4):16-21, October 2005.

Developing community among learners is vital to education; Christian community is integral to spiritual growth. What happens to community when face-to-face contact is lost?



Hymns, Hard Rock & Handmade Rugs: Teaching OUTSIDE the Box

TAYLOR, BARBARA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(4):25-27, October 2005.

Can nontraditional, artistic teaching strategies enhance learning or prepare new grads for the tough world of practice? See what one educator is doing to stimulate creativity!

When a Student FAILS...

PESUT, BARBARA; MEYERHOFF, HEATHER

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(4):28-33, October 2005.

No one expects it, but it happens … clinical failure. Two seasoned educators offer compassionate, biblical counsel to instructors and students.

Becoming a Compassionate Healer

LOHRI-POSEY, BRENDA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(4):34-37, October 2005.

Why are some students (and nurses) preoccupied with nursing tasks and disease processes, while others become compassionate healers and readily create healing occasions?




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CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS of NURSING in NORTH AMERICA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 22(4):40-42, October 2005.

Looking for a Christian school of nursing that can meet your needs? Check this list of schools offering undergraduate, RN-BS and graduate degrees, onsite and online!


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