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July 2006 - Volume 23 - Issue 3
pp: 1-48

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Biblical CARING Comes Full Circle: Identifying what constitutes caring in the 21st century remains imperative to defining nursing.

TRAFECANTY, LISA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(3):6-11, July 2006.

In nursing, caring evolved from being based on Christ's command to care for the needy, to science-based to holistic caring. What is biblical caring today?




WHY REVISIT NIGHTINGALE?

Schoonover-Shoffner, Kathy

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(3):26, July 2006.

A Nightingale scholar, a nurse historian and a theologian respond to “Florence Nightingale's Changing Image?” (JCN, 22, no 3, 4). Their differing interpretatons present an opportunity to examine our beliefs.

A Response to Grypma & Commentary on Mysticism

DOSSEY, BARBARA MONTGOMERY

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(3):27-31, July 2006.

A Nightingale scholar, a nurse historian and a theologian respond to “Florence Nightingale's Changing Image?” (JCN, 22, no 3, 4). Their differing interpretatons present an opportunity to examine our beliefs.

Nightingale the Person–Not the Symbol

GRYPMA, SONYA

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(3):32-33, July 2006.

A Nightingale scholar, a nurse historian and a theologian respond to “Florence Nightingale's Changing Image?” (JCN, 22, no 3, 4). Their differing interpretatons present an opportunity to examine our beliefs.

A Christian Mysticism?

WILLARD, DALLAS

Journal of Christian Nursing. 23(3):34-36, July 2006.

A Nightingale scholar, a nurse historian and a theologian respond to “Florence Nightingale's Changing Image?” (JCN, 22, no 3, 4). Their differing interpretatons present an opportunity to examine our beliefs.