Congratulations Class of 2015

GraduateWe’re celebrating nursing students who are graduating and following Jesus into the nursing profession. Well done!

“This can be a difficult time as new graduates take their licensure exams and start new positions,” said Bonnie Hann, NCF Campus Liaison. “We want to help with this transition so they can have a positive influence as Christian nurses.”

This is why NCF is providing a free gift for 2015 Graduating Seniors. Sign up for a free copy of the Journal of Christian Nursing and other materials to help nurture spiritual and professional development as a new graduate. We are praying for your transition from campus to the world of healthcare!

2 Responses to “Congratulations Class of 2015”

  1. Bonnie Hann Says:

    Hi Lori, I’m checking to make sure we can get that quantity for you, but I’m not forseeing a problem. We’ve been sending copies of the current issues to seniors graduating this spring, so I will hold off and send you copies of the July/Sept issue for your seniors this fall. Please send me a reminder email closer to the time of graduation, in case I forget. Thanks!

  2. Lori Anderson Says:

    Hi Bonnie,
    We have 26 nursing students graduating from our accelerated BSN program here at the University of Northwestern-St. Paul School of Nursing at the end of September. Would it be possible to send us copies of JCN for us to present to them at our October 9th pinning ceremony? We have established an NCF chapter here at the School of Nursing.
    Thank you for your consideration of this request.
    Lori Anderson, RN, BSN, FCN, Clinical Adjunct Faculty and NCF co-leader.

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