Amy Carmichael

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Bethany House Publishers, Jun 1, 1992 - 128 pages
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Here is a profound look into the life of Amy Carmichael--pioneer missionary, poet, hymnwriter and author. It is the personal story of one whose simple obedience continues to help change the world.

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Contents

Childhood Years
7
An Irish Youth
16
Working for the Lord
26
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Kathleen M. White, PhD, RN, CEA-BC, FAAN is Associate Professor and Director for the DNP program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Prof. White has considerable knowledge base in the research translation field, having been an invited speaker on various aspects of the topic internationally, nationally, and at the state and local levels since 2004 and having coordinated the DNP level Translation of Research to Practice course for the past two semesters at JHUSON. In addition, Dr. White brings a wealth of professional experience from her wide-range of funded and grant-supported research, initiatives and teaching which have spanned nearly 30 years. She has published >45 papers, delivered > 50 scholarly presentations (45 national and 7 internationally) and has been an active member of many policy-setting Boards, including the ANA Standards and Guidelines Committee and the Maryland State Patient Safety Committee (appointed). Dr. White serves on two Editorial Boards, including the journals of "American Nurse Today and Nursing Management" and serves as Associate Editor of the "Journal of Policy, Politics and Nursing Practice". Since 1999, Prof. White has been credentialed as a Certified Nurse Administrator, Advanced and in 2008, she was inducted as Fellow into the Academy of Nursing.

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