5 edition of The Soul of the Caring Nurse found in the catalog.
September 30, 2004 by American Nurses Association .
Written in English
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Developed from interviews with over 30 nurses, the authors have compiled and indexed more than strategies, resources, and tools for personal, patient, and organizational caring.
About This Book Author/Editor: James D. Henry and Linda S. Henry Published: The Soul of the Caring Nurse: Stories and The Soul of the Caring Nurse book for Revitalizing Professional Passion.
Washington, DC: American Nurses Association; pages, $, ISBN The Soul of the Caring Nurse: Stories and Resources for Revitalizing Professional Passion by James Douglas Henry and Linda Gambee Henry.
My copy is in like new to brand new condition. Very clean with very minor outer cover wear. My shipping is flat rate priority mail, so you will have this book in just a few days after payment is made. “As an experienced Critical Care Nurse, Elizabeth Robinson–first hand–has lived and witnessed the various enigmatic aspects of nursing.
In her groundbreaking book, *The Soul of the Nurse*, she unveils the many mysteries of the nurse in a way we 4/5(19). The soul of the caring nurse: stories and resources for revitalizing professional passion /.
Features. Worthwhile features of The Soul of the Caring Nurse: Stories and Resources for Revitalizing Professional Passion include the fact that it is theory based and has a good mixture of. As a nurse leader, I failed to lead caring for years. I knew I had sold my soul to the health care industry.
This book is about my life and career as a nurse leader and how I reconnected with my purpose. It covers the contextual forces within health care.
It ends with sage advice focusing on what keAuthor: Pat Mcclendon. : The Soul of the Caring Nurse: Stories and Resources for Revitalizing Professional Passion (American Nurses Association) () by Henry, Linda Gambee; Henry, James Douglas and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(2).
Complete summary of Thomas Moore's Care of the Soul. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of Care of the Soul. The definition of a nurse: To go above and beyond the call of duty. The first to work and the last to leave.
The heart and soul of caring. who will pass through your life for a minute and impact it for an eternity. An empowered individual whom you may meet for only a hour period, but who will put you and yours above theirs.-Anonymous.
Chicken Soup for the Nurse's Soul is a book long overdue. These stories cannot help but touch the hearts and souls of all who read it, nurses or not.
Nurses will recognize their own experiences somewhere in these stories, which affirm the personal nature of nursing and the importance of personal touch involved in the care of others.5/5(5).
Chicken Soup for the Nurse's Soul is a very interesting book to be read as it contains stories of nurses; the adventures, challenges, the joys and sorrows of such Anyway I wasn't able to read it immediately as I was about to meet some of my friends for some drinks/5.
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This Book. Call a Circle. Every once in awhile, a book grabs me from the very start, and this book did just that. In an age where "self care" is the buzz word in Christian circles and social media, the author's pointing his reader to what it means to care for, and keep, our souls is like a /5. The soul of the caring nurse: stories and resources for revitalizing professional passion.
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Getting to Know the Soul. Let us begin by looking at this phrase I have been using, "care of the soul." The word care implies a way of responding to expressions of the soul that is not heroic and muscular. Care is what a nurse does, and "nurse" happens to be one of the early meanings of the Greek word therapeia, or therapy.
We'll see that care /5(21). Chicken Soup for the Nurse's Soul: Stories to Celebrate, Honor, and Inspire the Nursing Profession is another choice in a wide selection of inspirational books.
The book, published in by Health Communications, cites four authors. Jack Canfield has published 25 books including 20 Chicken Soup for the Soul books. He presents Training-of. Caring for the Soul offers unique, educational programs that explore the convergence of psychology and spirituality, body and soul, personal and professional development, inner and outer worlds.
We offer intense learning and experiential opportunities that enhance professional skills and open new doorways to consciousness and new ways of being.
Healing through communication: The practice of caring Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: These individual caregivers are the heart and soul of this book. Important nurse caring behaviors perceived by patients with cancer.
Oncology Nursing Forum, 11, 46– Times bestseller, Care of the Soul, that seems to add to this confusion, especially in regard to the word soul. As of this writing, the book has been on the bestseller list for 80 weeks.
"Serving the imagination," "nursing the imagination" — these are phrases that describe what Moore means by the "care of the soul" (p. xi).File Size: 29KB. THE SOUL OF CARE The Moral Education of a Husband and a Doctor By Arthur Kleinman pp.
Viking. $ Kleinman, a medical anthropologist and psychiatrist, has crammed two books into one in Author: Tina Jordan. in caring science as sacred science can be found on the website: caring- Overview of the Theory The theory of human caring was developed be- tween and while I was teaching at the University of Colorado.
It emerged from my own views of nursing, combined and in-File Size: KB. The transpersonal nurse seeks to connect with, embrace the spirit or soul of the patient, through the processes of caring and healing (Watson ). Caring in the nursing profession takes place every time a nurse-to-patient contact is made.
Details about the Book The winner of the prestigious Walt Whitman award for her book “The Hocus Pocus of the Universe” completed her second book of poetry “The Weight of a Soul” while living in Fairhope, Alabama, just before her death. It reflects the values she embraced while working as a registered nurse.
Welcome to Nurse The Soul, we believe that a beautiful and balanced life begins with exceptional therapy. We offer different therapeutic services from counselling to psychotherapy, circles, workshops, individual retreats, mentoring, psychotherapeutic consultancy, book clubs, meditation and groups for The Soul specialises with abandonment and.
Shalof, a veteran ICU nurse, reveals what it is really like to work behind the closed hospital curtains. The drama, the sardonic humour, the grinding workload, the cheerful camaraderie, the big issues and the small, all are brought vividly to life in this remarkable book.
Nursing is a job that takes all of you: body, mind, and spirit. If can be. Through personal and collective stories, infused with Robinson's pure, audacious, and original voice, The Soul of the Nurse, is a love letter to nurses that shows why nurses captivate our imaginations and are the most trusted professionals in : Care of the Soul is considered to be one of the best primers for soul work ever written.
Thomas Moore, an internationally renowned theologian and former Catholic monk, offers a philosophy for living that involves accepting our humanity rather than struggling to transcend it. By nurturing the soul in everyday life, Moore shows how to cultivate /5().
This workforce product was funded in part by a TAACCCT grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Pathways to the American Dream is an $7, project.
$6, (75%) is provided through a Federal grant from the United States Department of Labor – Employment and Training Administration. The nurse or physician infected with the coronavirus and quarantined is suddenly deprived of liberty, power, control, and the immense privilege of caring for others.
Suddenly, the doctor is a patient: vulnerable, passive, and sometimes powerless. Nurse Nancy. The man who has confidence in himself gains the confidence of others.
Hasidic Saying. My strong sense of what I wanted to be when I grew up came from memories of my first five years of childhood spent in an orphanage in Ohio. I fondly remember a nurse who was my friend there. She was my “Angel of Mercy,” my real-life Nurse Nancy. Get Download The Soul of the Caring Nurse: Stories and Resources for Revitalizing Professional Best Seller Reading Download The Soul of the Caring Nurse: Stories and Resources for Revitalizing Professional E-Books.
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A Nurse’s Spiritual Handbook Nursing with the Hands of Jesus: A Guide to Nurses for Divine Mercy, IV Edition () authored by Marie F.
Romagnano, MSN, RN, CRC, CCM, CLCP and other devoted contributors continues its unique and beautiful purpose of providing nurses (and other health professionals) a spiritual guide for integrating the elements of the Divine Mercy.
Her most recent book is Pearls—Defining Moments in Our Lives, edited and published in P ATTY FLOWERS, co-owner of Caring for the Soul, brings a wealth of experience from 25 year as a Continuing Education Specialist at University of California Extension, Santa Cruz, where she directed programs in the arts, humanities, health & healing.
Nursing the Soul. 1K likes. Heal your life by nursing your soul. Get the answers you need now and the guidance you need for the long term. ♡LOVE♡Followers: K. Caring for Souls is a helpful primer on the intersection of psychology and Scripture.
How psychology fits into Christianity is a thorny and often confusing subject for many. There is a great deal of disagreement about the integration of the two, even among experts.5/5(1).
Care of the soul's fathering, therefore, requires that we sustain the experiences of absence, wandering, longing, melancholy, separation, chaos, and deep adventure. There is no shortcut to the father. In soul time it takes ten symbolic years to establish a solid sense of father -- that is to say, odyssey takes place eternally.
The book offers a wide perspective on the nursing profession, especially as it has coevolved with shifting notions of female roles and professionalism in caregiving. Readers might be motivated to do a little homework to fully appreciate all the references to ancient myths, depth psychologists, and modern film.Soul Keeping: Caring for the Most Important Part of You by John Ortberg John Ortberg, senior pastor of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in Menlo Park, California, has written a number of bestselling titles that equip Christ followers to take a closer look at their faith and then take necessary measures to make their faith more meaningful.Caring for the Hindu Patient Most Hindus in Britain come from Gujarat, in western India, or from east Africa.
Living of a good and virtuous life which frees the soul from the cycle of death and rebirth. Readings from the holy book will be used. A Hindu would like to have the leaves of the sacred Tulsi plant, and water from File Size: KB.