parish nursing

par·ish nurs·ing

(par'ish nŭrs'ing)
Nursing care and spiritual counseling provided by visiting nurses to members of a spiritual community.
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Parish nursing was developed in the mid 1980's by a Lutheran pastor in Chicago.
In the UK, parish nursing has been developing slowly over the last 10 years in a variety of churches.
A Parish Nursing Course will be offered commencing September 2013.
I am happy to report that our region has warmly received Parish Nursing and holds it in high regard
As with African roads, parish nursing may not be the most glamorous idea around.
Churches or synagogues who are interested in establishing a position of Faith Community or Parish Nursing will find this book is an extremely helpful tool to acquaint you with this newer nursing specialty.
Norma's long-term goals are to continue her work as a clinical instructor in a community projects course with last semester senior nursing students, continue to coordinate the online parish nursing course for SLU's Continuing Education Department, and will continue to respond to nursing requests as long she feels up to the challenge and enjoys the work.
This year, the New Zealand Faith Community Nurses' Association (NZFCNA) celebrated the 10th anniversary of the introduction of parish nursing within the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and the Pacific.
Parish nursing was first envisioned in the early '80s by the Rev.
Lancaster includes a chapter written by Cynthia Gustafson titled: The Nurse in Parish Nursing.
She said faith community nursing, also known as parish nursing, is the fastest growing specialty in nursing nationwide.
Faith Community Nursing, also known as Parish Nursing, Congregational Nursing or Church Nursing, is a movement of over 10,000 registered nurses, primarily in the United States and Canada, but growing in numbers in the United Kingdom, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.