What does a parish nurse do?
Parish nurses are registered nurses who work through churches and other Christian organisations to provide holistic healthcare in the community
A parish nurse works through a local church to provide local people and communities with holistic healthcare.
Parish nurses are focused on a person’s overall well-being, which includes the spiritual, physical, mental and social aspects of health.
Where do parish nurses work?
All parish nurses are registered and experienced nurses. Many of them continue to work for the NHS, although some work solely as a parish nurse.
Charity Parish Nursing Ministries UK , which trains parish nurses and works with churches to establish services, says it ensures the work of parish
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