As a nurse educator, you have limitless opportunities to influence the knowledge base and character of future leaders in nursing. We want to partner with you by providing networking with other faculty, by encouraging the pursuit of Christian scholarship, and by providing resources, support and spiritual inspiration on your journey in academia. Here are resources to assist you personally and academically in your very significant work with nursing students.
Jane Hall, Director of Nurses Christian Fellowship, has a message for NCF Faculty Advisors: “Thank you for investing in the next generation of Christian nurses.” Jane offers gratitude, encouragement and a vision for ministry through her own seasoned experiences as an NCF faculty advisor.
Get involved with NCF ministry on campus and share in the adventure of seeing God transform your life and the lives of those around you!
Dr. Barbara White, RN, CNS, is a world-changer in healthcare education. Since nursing school, she’s had ambitious dreams of teaching nursing as ministry and becoming a dean.
A special topical collection of articles for Christian nurse educators from the Journal of Christian Nursing.
A special collection of teaching ideas for nurse educators from the Journal of Christian Nursing.
Too many books; too little time! We’ve narrowed down the list of good books to a few great ones tailored especially for the Christian nurse. These recommended books cover a variety of categories and may be especially helpful to nursing faculty.
Check out many excellent resources to enhance your work in academia.
The Well is a virtual gathering place for graduate and professional women to receive wisdom, care, challenge, and inspiration as they follow Christ in the academic or work world. The Well is a ministry of Women in the Academy and Professions, part of InterVarsity's Graduate and Faculty Ministries.
The Journal of Christian Nursing offers numerous publishing opportunities for nurses in practice, research, and education.
Reviewers for the Journal of Christian Nursing contribute to nursing’s base of knowledge and may earn continuing education credit for their reviews. If you would like to become a JCN Reviewer, email JCN.