A DISCUSSION ON THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NURSE'S SPIRITUAL MINISTRY AND SKILLED CARE

The healing mission of the Christian Science nurse

To sample the breadth, spirit, and vision for Christian Science nursing, the Sentinel talked with four devoted nurses, from four points on the globe, with four distinct life-experiences. Although their careers reflect the diversity that characterizes today's nurses and nursing practices, they are one in their love for their profession's healing purpose, and for the people they serve.

EVA BOONE HUSSEY left a successful career in business in 1980 to become a Christian Science nurse. She currently manages Christian Science Practitioner and Nurse Directory Services for The Christian Science Publishing Society, and continues her nursing practice. Eva's associate in Boston, LINDA BUMPUS, supervises directory advertising for Christian Science nurses and is also active in nursing. She began training after graduating from college, prompted by a practitioner in her branch church who encouraged her "byline" ROBIN TAMM-BUCKLE and DANIEL ABBEY also left rewarding business careers to become nurses. Robin previously worked in corporate leadership development, and Daniel was a banker in Ghana. Daniel is now Director of Nursing at a Christian Science nursing facility in England, and Robin is a private-duty nurse based in St. Louis, Missouri.

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