Journal Of Christian Nursing: A Quarterly Publication Of Nurses Christian Fellowship [J Christ Nurs] 2016 Apr-Jun; Vol. 33 (2), pp. 108-11.
Humans, Nurse-Patient Relations, Bible, Christianity, Parish Nursing standards, and Practice Guidelines as Topic
The losses patients experience are spiritual, as well as physical, events. Christian nurses are ideally situated to integrate calming biblical truths into dialogue with patients and family members when appropriate. This article discusses how Scripture can be used at the bedside with patients or families who want this type of spiritual care. Examples are presented from the author's nursing practice.
The ABNF Journal: Official Journal Of The Association Of Black Nursing Faculty In Higher Education, Inc [ABNF J] 2016 Spring; Vol. 27 (2), pp. 44-7.
Humans, Attitude to Health, Bible, Christianity, Delivery of Health Care statistics numerical data, Health Behavior, Health Status, and Religion and Medicine
The New Testament is regarded as the authoritative spiritual guidance for all practicing Christians. The relationship between religion and health continues to exert a significant role in an individual's, health, behavior, and lifestyle. This study aims at establishing a link between the Scriptural and early theological tradition of the body, from Jesus Christ to the early church, with an eye toward identifying themes that can help promote health and well-being among Christian communities today.