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Six new Bible studies have been added to the Follow Jesus in Nursing series which is available for free.

How can nurses run fast enough to keep their footing on the rapid treadmill of digital skills and healthcare knowledge?

The Urbana Missions Conference is just around the corner! Thousands of students and faculty will be coming together in Saint Louis, Missouri December 27-31. NCF will be hosting the Healthcare Students and Professionals Lounge in the Marriott Grand hotel.

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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).

4memspecialNational Nurses Week starts May 6, but you can celebrate your special role as a Christian nurse all year long! Become an annual NCF member in May and get a 25% discount on membership fees. As an NCF member, you’ll receive the Journal of Christian Nursing throughout the year, along with other benefits.

4212017nnw17National Nurses Week is around the corner and this year’s theme, “Nursing: The Balance of Mind, Body and Spirit,” provides natural opportunities for Christian nurses to invite others to consider God’s view of holistic health.

2132017spiritualcarecardHow do you care for the spiritual needs of your patients? Knowing how to assess a person’s spiritual health and provide spiritual care interventions is part of caring for the whole person.

ncf_logo_square_complete_transparentTake a close look at our NCF logo and you’ll see what we care about most. See the four hearts? They symbolize :

9272016traumaAs nurses, how can we help patients with a painful past? The experience of trauma in people’s lives has a direct impact on their health behaviors, particularly an increased risk of mortality from chronic illness.

9122016waitingMaking homebound visits is an important part of the ministry of the church, especially for older seniors who are vulnerable to isolation and poor quality of life. Yet too often they are neglected and left longing for visitors.

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