Journal of Christian Nursing

Human TrafficHuman trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world. As nurses, how do we recognize victims of this injustice? And what can we do for them?

Journal of Christian Nursing

As a nurse, how do you help patients change their unhealthy behaviors?

JCN for ChristmasLooking for the perfect gift for a special nurse, new graduate, or yourself? Give the gift that gives all year long -- a subscription to the Journal of Christian Nursing.

JCNChristian nurses who want to share their faith with patients walk a fine line. When is it appropriate? When is it not? What are the ethical guidelines?

germAs flu season approaches, churches can play a key role in preventing the spread of infection.

What is spirituality? This is a popular topic in nursing schools, clinical settings, and many large healthcare systems. In a culture that embraces tolerance and questions absolute truth, Christian nurses may feel uncertain about giving spiritual care consistent with their beliefs.

JCN at INANE

Natalie McGroarty, JCN publisher at Lippincott Williams & Wilkins and Kathy Schoonover-Shoffner, JCN editor

The Journal of Christian Nursing website was presented as a successful model to hundreds of editors and publishers of nursing journals at their annual INANE conference recently in San Francisco.

reflectionNurses are encouraged to be reflective practitioners, but what does that mean? How can intentional reflective practice lead to personal and professional transformation?

hands"Nursing has been discussing spiritual care as long as I can remember," says Verna Benner Carson. "Yet confusion remains regarding what spiritual care entails."

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