this is a touchy subject. One of my personal reasons why I chose to be in the nursing field is, because I believe that God send me not only to care and help people , but also to share about His love and the Good News :to be able to accept Jesus as Lord and Savior for your live, and so have the assurance of going to heaven when you die. Now in the nursing field, I have to be aware that people come from all different cultures and backgrounds, with all kinds of different believes. I will do my best first of all to show the love of God with kindness and compassion, this is what naturally you can do to everyone regardless. I believe, it depends on the situation, and you will know when a person will be open to talk about God or spiritual things, but I would be very careful in pressing my believes on anyone. Listen, listen, and then offer suggestion, maybe pray with the person. If the person have different beliefs, I am sure, they will let you know, but will not be upset, if they see , that you show genuine concern and most of all are there to listen. I just wouldn't force it, I think you will know when the situation is right.