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To increase the benefit of this forum, I will be posting current, compelling, and career enriching sources on this page, which I encourage you to read and discuss in the Forum. Relevant article sources will be posted here. I am hoping you will generate ideas that will enlarge and transform wholistic nursing practice.
Written by Dr. Daniel Berwick, it can be found following this pathway in your library,
JAMA. 2020;324(3):225-226. doi:10.1001/jama.2020.11129
Or here in your browser - https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2767353
"Healers are called to heal. When the fabric of communities upon which health depends is torn, then healers are called to mend it. The moral law within insists so. Improving the social determinants of health will be brought at last to a boil only by the heat of the moral determinants of health."
This is a CEU course posted at the Journal of Christian Nursing website for 1.5 CEU hours. It is based on the CREATION Health model for health behavior change. Click Here
A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine recommends that the White House Task Force should build on existing social programs that support those struggling with poverty and housing instability in the next 3 years through 4 collaborative and coordinating actions.
Locally, nurses in the church can attune to, and support, these recommendations by engaging with community service agencies.
ELNEC is a world-wide organization based in California that, since 2000, has supported nursing practice education needs focused on palliative care for all ages. Visit their website.
A presentation to "blow your mind." (Without audio) Go to the Video Page
The Trilogy of this introspective study is composed of Called, Care and Comfort, and Commitment . It is right here on our website.
Visit the organization, Align for Health, to learn what role nurses can play in optimizing health care and preventive strategies across geo-political boundaries.
Another source for spiritual concepts, devotionals, sharing tools, Bible studies, and more from a Christian ecumenical organization supporting nurses. They publish the Journal for Christian Nurses.
Visit there and tell us what you think.
Another source for education as an FCN is the original Westburg Institute, which, under Granger Westburg, began the movement of the then-called "Parish Nurse". Read about its history and mission and learn about its resources.
The North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church has formed an association for nurses in churches who desire certification in the fundamentals of practice there. Visit their site to check their schedule for online course sessions. AAFCN
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