Health

Nurses are wired to care—let’s recognize the older people around us who are starved for social connection and interaction

Nature as therapy is an evidence-based concept, and nurses would be wise to take advantage of God’s natural wonders.

Nurses who care about health equity are powerful advocates for the sometimes invisible people who face numerable barriers to care.

Nurses can change the landscape of mental health, one person at a time, including facing our own mental health needs.

Our responses to people faced with an unplanned pregnancy should mirror Christ’s action

Inner transformation is one way trauma can result in positive personal benefits. Here’s how nurses can profit from the hard things we’ve endured.

Where can nurses get facts and truth about COVID vaccination to avoid  sharing misinformation?

Nurse Karen Mace experienced crushing grief which she eventually allowed God to use in deepening her faith and expanding her care for others.

Being present, an intervention that can be demonstrated in countless ways, can be life saving.

Permission to breathe, to celebrate, to grieve, to be present--sacred space is what God desires with each of us.

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