The Saline Process Course

The Saline Process course

Saline Process has been developed by IHS Global to train healthcare professionals to integrate their personal faith in Jesus into their practice.

The purpose of Saline training is to equip health care workers to be witnesses for Christ in their clinical settings. The Biblically based teaching is relevant to different cultures and health care settings and has been taught on every continent. Participants learn eight tools that can be put into practice with their patients and colleagues. After completing Saline, participants should be able to assess a patient’s attitude toward Christ and know how to respond appropriately, applying the ethical principles of permission, sensitivity, and respect.

Ultimately, Saline training prepares health care workers to be part of the Lord’s work in our world so that our Father in heaven is glorified. (Acts 1:8; Matt 5:13-16; Matt 28: 19-20; John 4:39-41)

Saline Courses conducted by NCFI

Nurses around the world are being taught the Saline Process and trained to teach others.  Anne Biro the NCFI Coordinator for Saline regularly trains nurses to train others.  The applications and role plays used in the course usually have a nursing focus. In some countries national NCFs sometimes combine with other health professionals such as medical doctors and dentists, and so adopt a broader focus.   Some of the countries where Saline courses have been conducted are, Ghana, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, PNG, Singapore, Egypt and Mongolia.  Courses are regularly held in conjunction with NCFI Congress and regional conferences.

For further information contact:

Anne Biro, NCFI Saline Coordinator