financing for parish nursing

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    Help! I am a grad student at USC working on a paper on financing of parish health nursing and can find very little help from literature. Any info on how you are financed and whether any services are reimbursable would help greatly. please send stat. Thanks!
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    I am unpaid staff as a part-time Parish Nurse, I have a small budget line for books, resources, speakers. So far that has been all I needed. Some in our area have written Grants for development of Parish Nurse programs.

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    Pam Evans RN MN
    Parish Nurse
    First Presbyterian Church
    Derby KS
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    Have you ever heard of Grocery Store Certificate programs.
    How ideal it would be for a Parish Nurse to be self funding by utilizing the same concept but incorporating the use of E-Commerce.
    It works this way
    When ever a Parishiner becomes a part of the Parish Nurses Off-Line community of on line shoppers, the Parish Nurse obtains income from that loyal shoping traffic.
    My Parish has a Grocery Store Certificate program in place if you are interested in learning more about it.
    As for the idea of utilizing ownership in your own E-Commerce Franchise and how that could help fund your Parish Nurse Program...JB

    BTW Pan Evans I saw that you are from Derby Ks...Hello...I graduated from Nursing School At Wesley Medical Center in Wichita Dec 1979
    Last edit by nightingale on Jan 10, '04
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    Mixed feelings of someone taking the name of a saint as a screen name.
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    It being my Confirmation name.
    That way one would have to check out my web page to learn of my true name and location.
    You are right though John Bosco Patron Saint of Young Boys.
    JB
    Wish there was one for poor spellers. But I couldnt read Go Dog GO in the sixth grade either. I have come a long way. Tthank goodness for my paitent mother reading to me all those years and not giving up on me.
    Last edit by J. B. on Jan 9, '04
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    it is disrespectful, and it is spelled Patron, I would give up if I were you
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    enough respect to use it repectfully
    Terence Michael John Bosco Mason
    Funny that reminds me
    There is a Saint Michael
    a Saint Terence
    A Saint John
    and I never call myself Saint
    Thank You Very Much

    JB
    a respectful patron of allnurses.com:kiss
    I amagin you would...give up
    Last edit by J. B. on Jan 9, '04
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    Originally posted by John Bosco
    enough respect to use it repectfully
    Terence Michael John Bosco Mason
    Funny that reminds me
    There is a Saint Michael
    a Saint Terence
    A Saint John
    and I never call myself Saint
    Thank You Very Much

    JB
    a respectful patron of allnurses.com:kiss
    I amagin you would...give up
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    I worked as a Parish Nurse while in Iowa many years ago. I would like more info and also possibility of finanical rewards for that possition.

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    Quote from lisasmom
    I would like more info and also possibility of finanical rewards for that possition.

    The parish nurses I know are all volunteers, and have regular jobs to pay the bills.

    Is anyone being paid for this?


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