I Love being a Christian Nurse - page 8

I love being a Christian Nurse. I know there are many people out there that do not share my beliefs but, I care for them the same as I would someone who shared my beliefs. I did not become a Nurse to take care of people who... Read More

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    Quote from iteachob
    If you're not a Christian nurse, why read and respond to this thread? Just. Let. It. Go. Live and let live. To each his own. That pretty much sums up how I would (not) respond to a thread titled "i love being a (insert religion other than the one I practice) nurse. OP said nothing against anyone.....just saying'
    Because the OP had absolutely no point to make whatsoever. The original post of this thread would've made more sense as a reply in some other thread. Instead, it sits alone atop this thread, just waiting to be torn apart and it should be torn apart. We are nurses. Our religious beliefs should in no way be connected to our role as nurses.
    DizzyLizzyNurse and Merlyn like this.

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    Quote from brainkandy87
    Because the OP had absolutely no point to make whatsoever. The original post of this thread would've made more sense as a reply in some other thread. Instead, it sits alone atop this thread, just waiting to be torn apart and it should be torn apart. We are nurses. Our religious beliefs should in no way be connected to our role as nurses.
    You do realize it was posted in the Nursing and SPIRITUALITY forum? Should that forum be torn apart as well?
    VickyRN, Vespertinas, and nursel56 like this.
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    Quote from brainkandy87
    . We are nurses. Our religious beliefs should in no way be connected to our role as nurses.
    I respectfully disagree. We have to take ourselves to work with us. That is why it is acceptable for nurses who do not believe in a specific procedure are allowed to not be part of it. We do not give up our rights as humans when we decide to become nurses.

    I have found that if a person has a decent values system, some form of spirituality and a good skill set they bring more than the person who leaves their spirituality under the covers at home. It does not matter what religion or no religion. If you work from an ethical and values based belief system you do better than those who only being skilled hands to work.
    onyx77, Vespertinas, tewdles, and 4 others like this.
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    Good grief, I didn't mean to start a riot. I love being a Nurse in general but my post was in response to another post that said how do you take care of patients that don't share your beliefs. My response I would take are of them the same way I wold anyone else. I wasn't trying to start any conflict.... I won't post anything else!!!!
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    Closing thread per OP request.


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