Opportunities to positively impact health outcomes within faith community nursing (FCN) abound. Leaders of FCN can broaden their perspectives and engage academic-practice collaboration (APC) as a method to enhance care delivery, conduct research, and advance the evidence base for FCN. This paper shares a unique FCN exemplar created and actualized from the context of an APC initiative. The population focus in the exemplar is a group of persons experiencing homelessness.
Opalinski, Andra; Dyess, Susan M.; Stein, Nancy; Saiswick, Kim; and Fox, Valerie
"Broadening Practice Perspective by Engaging in Academic-Practice Collaboration: A Faith Community Nursing Exemplar.,"
International Journal of Faith Community Nursing: Vol. 3
, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijfcn/vol3/iss1/1