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Values in Nursing: What Can Seventh-day Adventists Contribute?
This conference paper was originally published as: Wilkinson, G. M. (1997). Values in nursing: What can Seventh-day Adventists contribute? In H. Rasi (Ed.),Christ in the classroom. Paper presented at the International Faith and Learning Seminar, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, 15-26 June (pp. 299-317). Silver Spring, MD: Institute for Christian Teaching.
  • Gwen M Wilkinson, Avondale College
Author Faculty (Discipline)
Nursing
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
1-1-1997
Disciplines
Abstract

This paper sets out to examine the values which nursing has identified as being fundamental to the profession in the 1990s. Two major areas of interest to Seventh-day Adventist nursing educators are explored: 1. What influence do Christian values have on nursing as we approach the year 2000? 2. Does the Seventh-day Adventist Church have anything unique it can contribute to the nursing profession if the values which are basic to Christianity and nursing coincide"

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Wilkinson, G. M. (1997). Values in nursing: What can Seventh-day Adventists contribute? In H. Rasi (Ed.),Christ in the classroom. Paper presented at the International Faith and Learning Seminar, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, 15-26 June (pp. 299-317). Silver Spring, MD: Institute for Christian Teaching.