Journal of Christian Nursing

Nurse ethicist Marcia Fowler believes ethics is not just about situations and others; it is also about one’s duties to self.

Dementia’s consequences leave family members needing constant care while the caregivers absorb hard lessons about patience and grace.

Sharon Hinton describes the growth of faith community nursing and the JCN column she’s written for 10 years.

3 Gold Awards go to JCN!

Nurses who work 12-hour shifts can benefit from these 10 tips for safe practice.

A nurse educator reflects on a clinical rotation where students experienced the death of a patient.

For Christian nurses, effective listening demonstrates the compassion, understanding, and care modeled by Jesus. His listening skills serve as a practical model for applying his love today.

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Good news just arrived for JCN! For the third year in a row, Journal of Christian Nursing made a very impressive showing in the annual awards competition for the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASPHE).

34.2 coverThe April/June issue of JCN is now live and features a special report on moral distress and an article for CE credit on pain management and acute compartment syndrome. Find additional resources for educators, demystify nursing theory, integrating faith and nursing, and more.

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Moral distress is huge in healthcare. We encounter moral distress when we believe that an action is right but, because of real or perceived constraints, we either cannot, or do not, take the action. Has this happened to you?

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