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    A Comparison of the Health Beliefs of Florence Nightingale and Ellen G White and the Incorporation of Them into Their Respective Schools of Nursing Tertiary
    This study explored the similarities and differences of the health beliefs of Ellen G. White and Florence Nightingale and how these beliefs were incorporated into each of their respective schools of nursing, the Nightingale Training School for Nurses at St....

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    A Distinctive Framework for Adventist Nursing Tertiary-Lifelong
    "This article describes a research project that sought to identify the distinctive values of Adventist nursing from the perspective of Adventist nurses and nurse educators around the world."

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    A narrative analysis using multiple case studies of nursing graduates who overcame academic adversity Tertiary--3
    Problem: This research poses the problem that academic adversity may be encountered in nursing students across three levels of nursing education, affecting retention. Because this adversity takes many forms, it is often difficult for nurse-educators...

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    Adventist Graduate Nursing Education - An Interview Tertiary-Lifelong
    "In this interview, Dr. Patricia S. Jones sits down with three administrators of graduate nursing programs to discuss the demand for advanced programs, the need for qualified educators, types of certifications, and opportunities for online graduate education."

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    Adventist Nursing Education - Mission or Market? Tertiary-Lifelong
    The shortage of nurses globally and the need for continuing professional development of nurses is addressed. Recommendations are included on to provide excellent Adventist nursing education and to prepare nurses to support the mission of Adventist health care.

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    Are Adventist Nursing Schools Really Different? Tertiary--3
    What is the advantage in attending a Seventh-day Adventist nursing school? The difference is not the teaching techniques or the high standards, nor just the required religious courses and extensive opportunities to worship with others. The difference is not...

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    Beyond Professional Caring - Teaching Nursing Students the Art of Christian Caring Tertiary-Lifelong
    Fly answers the question, "How does Christian caring differ from purely professional caring in terms of worldview, framework for practice, and teaching methodology?", and also "examines the role of the Christian nursing educators in preparing...

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    Caring for the Care-givers - Health Promotion for Nursing Students Tertiary-Lifelong
    Sczekan discusses the nursing profession and how nurse educators can better prepare nursing students to be prepared for the stresses of the profession. Sczekan concludes "Within the context of Christian education and values, nursing faculty in Adventist...

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    Clinical Missionaries - Avondale Students Model the Value of Nursing Tertiary
    "A fifth annual visit by Avondale nurses to a hospital on Malaita in the Solomon Islands demonstrates to local nursing students the value of the profession."

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    Clinical Teaching in Adventist Nursing Tertiary
    "Regardless of where they work, nurses need to become more responsible, autonomous, and accountable for patient care. Shorter hospital stays, advances in technology, and increasing complexity and severity of patients’ clinical conditions require...

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    Core Components of the Nursing Curriculum Tertiary
    "This article will provide both novice and veteran nurse educators with the core components of nursing curriculum such as stakeholders, paradigm shifts, curricular models, levels of education, and evaluation."

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    Developing Presence and Faith in Online Teaching Tertiary
    "While academic content and clinical experiences provide the foundation for most online nursing curricula, programs offered by Seventh-day Adventist schools build on an additional foundation—the development of faith in Christ."

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    Identification of the presence of the restoration concept in Seventh-day Adventist nursing programs in the United States Tertiary--3
    Problem: In 1976 Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) nursing educational leaders adopted a statement of philosophy and goals that incorporated the concept of restoring humans to God's image. Although Adventist education was founded upon restoration themes,...

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    Influencing Consumer Choices in Graduate Nursing Education at AU Tertiary-Lifelong
    Problem: Universities and colleges are increasingly interested in marketing strategies in order to improve enrollment. Nursing programs have likewise become more conscious of the need to be more market-oriented. Knowing the factors that influence consumer...

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    International Nursing Council - Loma Linda School of Nursing Tertiary-Lifelong
    Connect with Adventist nurses globally through Loma Linda University's International Nursing Council.

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    Interprofessional Education at Two Adventist Universities Tertiary
    "Adventist universities and health-care centers are moving forward in promoting interprofessional education and collaboration among their university partners. IPE is necessary to equip future health-care professionals with skills such as communication,...

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    Inviting a Spiritual Dialogue - A Loma Linda University Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Our students need to be sensitized to potential pitfalls and taught how to connect with people from all walks of life in a way that ensures that each patient always feels respected and honored."

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    JAE Editorial: The Past and Future of Adventist Nursing Tertiary-Lifelong
    This special issue of The Journal of Adventist Education focuses on Adventist nursing education. In their editorial, Jones and Ramal look at the legacy and future of Adventist nursing. Additional articles include: A...

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    Marilyn C. Savedra - Dialogue with an Adventist nurse educator and researcher Grade 11-Lifelong
    Savedra answers questions regarding her life, faith, and career – What led you to choose nursing as your profession? Did you encounter difficulties due to your Adventist beliefs? How do you keep your relationship with God fresh and vibrant?

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    Nathalie Walther - Dialogue with a nurse from Switzerland Grade 11-Lifelong
    "Walther has a strong faith in her Creator God. She seeks to share hope with patients, their families, and colleagues. She also seeks to instill the love of service in her children and other young people in her local Adventist church."

  • Nurse Continuing Education Klimes Institute Tertiary-Lifelong
    LearnWell Resources provides approved continuing education courses online for RNs and other health professionals with instant online processing and certification.

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    Nurturing Faith in College Nursing Students Tertiary-Lifelong
    Amertill identifies three teaching methodologies specific to nurturing faith in college nursing students in the classroom and clinical setting. They are 1) academic/professional dimensions, 2) role modeling dimensions and 3) pastoral dimension. This...

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    Parables of the Body - Integrating Spiritual Lessons with a Nursing Curriculum Tertiary-Lifelong
    Follett inspects "some of the philosophy of nature while comparing it to several parts of the body." She notes "that parables found in the body can be effective in communicating spiritual truths. These parables can be used as worship thoughts...

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    Service Learning Moves Nursing to the Frontiers of Community Tertiary--3
    The Union College Nursing Program instructors believe that service learning will: (1) enrich students’ learning experience at college while motivating them to better appreciate their civic responsibilities and Christian discipleship experience;...

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    Should There Be Two Entry Levels Into Nursing? Tertiary
    This article from the JAE special higher education issue presents the opposing views of two nursing educators on whether there should be two entry levels into nursing. They discuss the plan endorsed by the American Nurses' Association, under which four-year...

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    Teaching Nurses to Conduct the Physical Examination - Becoming Mediators of the Divine Touch Tertiary-Lifelong
    Oliveira discusses how warm human caring touch is important for nurses to learn. The approach used to teach nursing students is based "on a creationist view, one that helps the student realize the importance of the art of touch to detect deviations from...

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    Teaching Nursing Students Sabbath Keeping Tertiary-Lifelong
    Longway presents the principles of true Sabbath keeping as given in the Bible and the Writings of Ellen G. White as well as outlines a unit of instruction for teaching student nurses how to keep Sabbath holy in the work setting. This paper was presented...

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    Teaching Spiritually Sensitive Nursing Care - Recommendations for an Ethical Adventist Approach Tertiary
    "In light of Adventism’s wholistic understanding of being human, care promoting physical or psychological well-being inherently implies supporting spiritual wellness."

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    The Conception and Development of a Mission Nursing Class Tertiary-Lifelong
    Laura Curry Nyirady began with a vision of creating a course for senior nursing students that would spark their interest in health care among underprivileged peoples in developing countries. This article chronicles the development of her vision for the course,...

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    The Importance of Theoretical Comprehension for Nursing Students' Clinical Competence Tertiary
    "In nursing education, theory and practice are always linked because, in clinical practice, students have to apply the theory that they learn in the classroom. Students make clinical judgments based on scientific knowledge, theory, laws, principles, and...

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    Values in Nursing - What can Seventh-day Adventist Contribute? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Wilkinson examines the values which nursing has identified as being fundamental to the profession in the 1990s. Two questions are asked relating to Adventist nursing educators: What influence do Christian values have on nursing as we approach the year 2000?...