Change of emphasis in ministry of missionary nurses in Ecuador / by Ella Rae Jones. [print]

By: Publication details: 1983.Description: v, 188 leaves, bound : illustrations ; 29 cmContent type:
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  • BV4070.J76.C436 1983
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Contents:
Highlights of Early Evangelical Medical Work A Personal Description of Missionary Nursing Summary Observations.
Formation of the Pre-Ministry Concept of Missionary Nursing Philosophy of Early Evangelical Medical Work in Ecuador.
Questionnaire Results and Analysis Conclusions Relating to the Thesis.
Introduction The Biblical Basis of Missionary Medical Work The Relationship Between Evangelism and Social Responsibility The Meaning of Terms Application.
Introduction Suggestions for Mission Agencies Suggestions for the Missionary Nurse Final Conclusions.
FIGURES The Student Nurse's Perception/Deception Groups of Nurses Responding to the Questionnaire Kinds of Evangelism - Modification of Figure 3 GRAPHS Influence Sources Factors Hindering Full-Time Hospital/Clinic Work Areas of Illusion Concerning On-the-Field Reality Those Indicating a Desire for Changes in Work Illusions Concerning Concerning On-the-Field Reality Reasons for Not Being in Full-Time Hospital/Clinic Work Anticipated Ministry A Comparison of Three Groups in Relation to Level of Enjoyment of Work in Home Country Versus Ecuador A Comparison of Three Groups in Relation to Type of Work and Length of Time on the Field.
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A Ministry Perspective Project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts, Columbia Graduate School of Bible and Missions, Columbia, South Carolina, 1983.

Bibliography: leaves 184-188.

Typescript.

I. History of Corporate and Personal Missionary Medicine in Ecuador

Highlights of Early Evangelical Medical Work A Personal Description of Missionary Nursing Summary Observations.

II. Philosophical Bases for the Dilemma

Formation of the Pre-Ministry Concept of Missionary Nursing Philosophy of Early Evangelical Medical Work in Ecuador.

III. Realities of the Dilemma

Questionnaire Results and Analysis Conclusions Relating to the Thesis.

IV. Basic Cause of the Dilemma: Lack of Clarity on Vital Issues

Introduction The Biblical Basis of Missionary Medical Work The Relationship Between Evangelism and Social Responsibility The Meaning of Terms Application.

V. Suggested Solutions for the Dilemma

Introduction Suggestions for Mission Agencies Suggestions for the Missionary Nurse Final Conclusions.

Illustrations (Figures and Graphs)

FIGURES The Student Nurse's Perception/Deception Groups of Nurses Responding to the Questionnaire Kinds of Evangelism - Modification of Figure 3 GRAPHS Influence Sources Factors Hindering Full-Time Hospital/Clinic Work Areas of Illusion Concerning On-the-Field Reality Those Indicating a Desire for Changes in Work Illusions Concerning Concerning On-the-Field Reality Reasons for Not Being in Full-Time Hospital/Clinic Work Anticipated Ministry A Comparison of Three Groups in Relation to Level of Enjoyment of Work in Home Country Versus Ecuador A Comparison of Three Groups in Relation to Type of Work and Length of Time on the Field.

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