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January-February-March 2010 - Volume 27 - Issue 1
pp: 7-56




FAQs in Spiritual Care

Student TXT

Christian Ethics

Called to Teach

Nursing in the Church



Surviving Life-Threatening Illness: Keys to Optimal Nursing Care

Moorman, Sandra

Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(1):18-24, January-February-March 2010.

The experience of a young mother with necrotizing fasciitis (NF) shows how nursing from an organized framework improves care and outcomes. Neuman's Systems Model, knowledge of NF, and personal worldview are used to identify and address healing needs.

When Nurses Grieve: Spirituality's Role in Coping

Shinbara, Christina G.; Olson, Lynn

Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(1):32-37, January-February-March 2010.

Nurses grieve the loss of patients, but care focuses on patient and family grief. What helps nurses cope?

Family Presence in Final Moments: A Precious Gift

Thacker, Karen S.; Long, Jeanne M.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(1):38-42, January-February-March 2010.

A teenager's illness illustrates how family presence in the ICU and during resuscitation supports meeting physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.

Save a Life Save the World

Fruh, Sharon; Jezek, Kenda

Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(1):43-45, January-February-March 2010.

How does the ancient Hebrew principle of Pikuach Nephesh, "He who saves a life saves the world entire," impact Christian nursing today?

A New Culture of Leadership: Service Over Self

Kumar, Kamalini

Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(1):46-50, January-February-March 2010.

Servant leadership has been around 30 years, but putting the concept into practice lags far behind. What are characteristics of a true servant leader?

Nursing CAMEOS