Professional Development Courses

Saline Process Witness Training

NCFI Global Saline Coordinator:Carol The purpose of the Saline ProcessTM witness training is to equip nurses (and other healthcare workers) to be witnesses for Christ in their clinical settings. The Biblically-based teaching is relevant

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The Art and Science of Spiritual Care (ASSC)

This course provides practicing nurses with both art and science: state of the science knowledge in the speciality of spiritual care in conjunction with the art of spiritual care nursing. The focus is to supply the evidence base so that Christian nurses will be able to identify and address spiritual care needs in a variety of settings for any patient coming from any various religious/spiritual belief and backgrounds, or even no faith tradition at all.

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Biblical Leadership in Nursing

This course is designed for three levels of leadership development. It focuses on the professional leader, the clinical leader at the point of care, and leadership skills at a personal level. It may be used in one or all levels of training. A Bible study is provided at the end of each module to be used either individually or with groups.

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Values-Based Teacher

The course is designed to help nurses or midwives who have either taken or are planning to take the IICN courses in order to teach others, to have an understanding of the fundamentals of Christian values in teaching and learning.

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Saline Process Training the Trainer (SPTTT)

The SPTTT course, developed by IHS Global, is designed to prepare nurses and other healthcare workers to teach the SPWT course. Candidates for this course must have already completed the SPWT course and have demonstrated a lifestyle of living as a witness. They should be able to commit to not only teaching the course, but also investing in on-going follow-up with those they have taught.

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Faith Community Nursing

This course provides spiritual care in the faith community as well as the broader community. The goals of FCN are the protection, promotion and optimizing of health and abilities; the prevention of illness and injury; facilitation of healing and alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human responses; and advocacy in the context of the values, beliefs, and practice of a faith community.

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