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January/March 2015 - Volume 32 - Issue 1
pp: 6-63,E8-E7

Think About It: Guest Editorial

NCF @ Work


Christian Nursing 101

Advanced Practice Nursing

Nursing in the Church

Student TXT

Student TXT

DeHaan, Julie; Friesen, Pamela K.; Cole, Sherri

Journal of Christian Nursing. 32(1):15, January/March 2015.

Applying Christianity to our nursing means our behavior will not be shaped by the world around us.

Christian Ethics

FAQs inSpiritual Care

Called to Teach




CE Connection

Supporting Families in Neonatal Loss: Relationships and Faith Key to Comfort

Holston, Jane Treadwell

Journal of Christian Nursing. 32(1):18-25, January/March 2015.

Around 20,000 neonatal deaths occur each year in the U.S., many from congenital heart defects. Nurses in hospitals, faith communities, and as friends, can provide invaluable comfort to grieving families. Discover ways to offer compassion.


Being the Minority: Christian Healthcare Professionals in the Netherlands

René, Bart Cusveller; Leeuwen, Van; Schep-Akkerman, Annemiek

Journal of Christian Nursing. 32(1):26-30, January/March 2015.

Do you as a Christian ever feel like a minority in your workplace? Learn from the challenges Christian healthcare providers in the Netherlands face in an increasingly secular society.


Essential Nursing: Lessons from the Infusion Room

Kenagy, David R.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 32(1):31-33, January/March 2015.

“And what now, this nursing thing?” A long-term patient shares what makes for the best nursing practice, especially when nothing else can be done.

parish nursing: CE Connection

Faith Community Nursing Scope of Practice: Extending Access to Healthcare

Balint, Katherine A.; George, Nancy

Journal of Christian Nursing. 32(1):34-40, January/March 2015.

An urban, faith-based, nurse-managed center shows how faith community nurses offering primary prevention, health maintenance, and chronic disease management, extend healthcare.

parish nursing

Tipping the Scales on Obesity: Church-Based Health Promotion for African American Women

Cooper, Kami C.; King, Michalene A.; Sarpong, Daniel F.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 32(1):41-45, January/March 2015.

Learn about project TEACH - Transforming, Empowering, and Affecting Congregation Health, a sustainable faith-based, culturally competent, nutrition and exercise program.


Hospice Clinical Experiences for Nursing Students: Living to the Fullest

Spicer, Sherri; Heller, Rebecca; Troth, Sarah

Journal of Christian Nursing. 32(1):46-49, January/March 2015.

How can schools best prepare nurses to care at end-of-life? Hospice clinical experiences at one university offer students a rich interdisciplinary team experience and instill holistic caring.



Dealing with Academic Dishonesty: A Redemptive Approach

Nick, Jan M.; Llaguno, Marian

Journal of Christian Nursing. 32(1):50-54, January/March 2015.

As many as 80% of college students cheat; over half it isn't a serious transgression. How can nurse educators nurture character development and foster integrity in students?

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Nursing from a Christian Worldview: Being Transformed to Care

Moorman, Sandra

Journal of Christian Nursing. 32(1):E1-E7, January/March 2015.

How can nurses address their own healing needs and offer support to guide patients toward a life of wholeness? Jane's story offers a rich illustration of being transformed to care.