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The figures on pages 47-48 in the article, "Caring for the Vulnerable: An Exploration of Guatemalan Healthcare Issues" by Linda Johanson, published in volume 33, number 1 issue of JCN appeared incorrectly. The correct figures can be found at http://journals.lww.com/journalofchristiannursing/Fulltext/2016/01000/Caring_for. We apologize for this inconvenience.

 

WRITE ABOUT A MIRACLE

Have you seen God's divine intervention, or a miracle, in your nursing, perhaps in the life of a patient or colleague? We will be publishing a collection of vignettes from nurses, of God's answers to prayer in miraculous situations. Let your stories be an encouragement to JCN readers. Please share your short story in 700 words or less. See guidelines for how to submit to JCN's Editorial Manager: http://edmgr.ovid.com/ncf-jcn/accounts/ifauth.htm

 

WHAT IS OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING?

The Journal of Christian Nursing offers an Open Access option for publishing articles. Open Access gives all readers, including those who do not subscribe to JCN, free, full-text access to an article on our website at the time of publication. Articles still go through the regular peer-review process. However, if accepted, authors can elect to have their article published as Open Access, complete a separate permission form, and pay an Article Processing Fee. The fee covers the cost of preparing and publishing the article. Institutions or research grants typically pay this fee.

 

Please note that Open Access is not required for publication in JCN; this is simply a publishing option to make your article open to all. More information can be found in the Open Access FAQs at http://links.lww.com/LWW-ES/A48

 

NCFI CONFERENCE

Nurses Christian Fellowship International (NCFI) announces its Quadrennial International Congress, Healthy Lives in a Broken World: A Christian Response for Nursing, June 6-10, 2016, at the Development Academy of the Philippines, Tagaytay City, south of Manila, Philippines. Learn more at http://ncfi.org/conference/congress-2016/ and view a video preview.

 

Meet and fellowship with nurses from all over the world at the NCFI Congress-it's an amazing experience you won't want to miss!

 

INNOVATIONS CONFERENCE

WHO: Nurse Educators, Clinicians, Students, Researchers

 

WHAT: 5th Biennial Innovations in Faith-Based Nursing Conference

 

WHEN: June 20-23, 2016

 

WHERE: Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana

 

WHY: Make a personal impact on the nursing profession!

 

Join others to experience encouragement in a Christian community. Explore Christian foundations in nursing and identify innovative teaching strategies for education and practice. It's all a part of the Innovations in Faith-Based Nursing Conference!

 

For information, see http://www.indwes.edu/nursing-innovations/, call 888-876-6498, or email mailto:innovationsconf@indwes.edu

 

HMA ANNUAL MEETING & CONFERENCE

The Health Ministries Association announces its 2016 HMA Annual Meeting and Conference, September 12-14, 2016, at the Crown Plaza, San Marco Golf Resort, Chandler, Arizona. Room rate is just $99 per night! See more at: http://hmassoc.org/upcoming-conference/#sthash.zgVOfBSJ.dpuf

 

HMA is the professional membership organization for health ministry, including faith community nurses, health ministers, program leaders, and spiritual leaders, such as chaplains.

 

Coming soon in JCN

 

* Surviving (and Thriving!) in a Toxic Workplace

 

* What Is the Essence of Spiritual Care? A Danish Hospice Perspective

 

* Depression and Daily Spiritual Experiences of Nurse Educators

 

* Jesus as a Listener: Lessons for Practicing Nurses

 

* Tears for the City: The Biblical Basis for Population-Focused Nursing

 

* Designing a Visitation Program for Church Homebound

 

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