Human 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?
Four new Bible studies for nursing students are now available online. The NCF series, "What's Vital?" has expanded to eight studies covering topics that integrate faith, nursing and spiritual care.
by Jane Hall, NCF Director
As a nurse, how do you help patients change their unhealthy behaviors?
Can nurses be forced to assist with abortions if they have a moral objection to the procedure?
Recently nurses in New Jersey were threatened with losing their jobs if they did not assist with abortions, so they took the issue to the courts.
It's been a busy year with 98 articles posted to the NCF Nurses Blog. Here's the highlight reel of our most popular, just in case you missed them:
Have you ever spent a sleepless night rehashing a list of “what ifs” or worst-case scenarios? Adele Calhoun’s recent article in The Well, "An Invitation from God: Healing from Catastrophic Thinking," offers tips to help you get back to a healthy balance when you're feeling overwhelme
This is a great time of year to take inventory of our lives.
In the nursing process, we observe, plan, implement and evaluate. Now is a good time to evaluate and reflect on 2011:
As 2011 comes to an end, we pray that you will be enriched by your experiences and memories of the past year and will look forward to what God has in store for you each day of 2012.