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Art & Science of Spiritual Care Course, Canberra ACT


Friday 20 March 2020
This innovative course is designed to provide practicing nurses and midwives with the science of spiritual care. It also aims at providing nurses with skills to assess and address spiritual concerns of patients in a variety of settings and for patients coming from various religious/spiritual beliefs and backgrounds.    

Register for this course

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NCF Mail Options Please send me hard copies of event brochuresI would like extra brochures to share with colleagues
Payment Options Electronic Funds Transfer
For Electronic Funds Transfer please use:
BSB: 012 306
Account No: 2309 61069
Please ensure payment has description with surname & Course(eg. 'Smith-ASSC Canberra')






Saline Process Witness Training – Feb 2020

Saline Process Witness training 

Saturday 15 February, 8:30am-5:00pm 

 Venue: New Vine Church, 340 Maryland Drive, Maryland 
Trainers:  Georgie Hoddle, Carol Rowley and Robert Claxton

Cost (include training materials, lunch and tea/coffee breaksx2):
$50 NCFA members – $100 non-members 
$50 CMDFA members – $150 non-members (includes CMDFA joining fee)


NCFA Sponsorships for NCFI Courses at World Congress 2020

NCFA will be offering a limited number of sponsorships for new RNs (up to 5 years qualified) to participate in an NCFI Course, including The Art and Science of Spiritual Care, Biblical Leadership in Nursing, and The Values Based Teacher.

These courses will be held immediately prior to the NCFI World Congress in Denver Colorado, USA.

Pre Congress 11 – 13 July
Congress 13-17 July

There will be an online information session concerning Congress and the Pre Conference courses held in January.  NCFA members will be sent an invitation after Christmas but you can register your interest now by contacting NCFA at  

Go to the NCFI Congress web pages for further information: HTTPS:// 

New NCFA Video

VIDEO “An Evolution of Caring – in Nursing and NCFA”

The story of NCF Australia, the first and longest existing Christian nurses’ organisation in the world. The video traces the story from beginnings in Melbourne in 1913, continuing into the 21st century. It highlights the development of nursing in Australia from that period, and shows the parallel between changes in the nursing profession and the ministry of NCFA caring for nurses.

An Evolution of Caring: in nursing and NCFA on Vimeo.