Faith Community Nursing sites were recently integrated into a Community/Public Health Nursing course at a traditional Catholic baccalaureate college in New England. Junior and senior nursing students were randomly assigned to spend 10 clinical days at a site for their clinical experience. The students planned, participated in, and conducted diverse nursing and educational activities. At the end of the rotation, students completed evaluations rating the experience. The evaluations indicated that the clinical experience was positive. The diverse activities including support, health promotion, screening, and education in addition to the spiritual dimension allowed the students to participate in true holistic nursing and meet course objectives.
"Faith Community Nursing in Community/Public Health Education: A Positive Student Nursing Experience,"
International Journal of Faith Community Nursing: Vol. 4
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijfcn/vol4/iss2/2