Articles by K.L.J.
That health education should be part of the program of every evangelistic campaign is now recognized by the majority of our successful evangelists.
A special report.
A brief history from 1866-1896
This paper was presented at a meeting of the Southern Institute of Hospital Administrators, held at Duke University, August 4.
Gleanings from the Annual Convention of the National League of Nursing Education
What health topic does the Seventh-day Adventist most frequently have opportunity to discuss with an inquirer?
In the organized work of the conference, health education may be carried on in many different ways, all of which may be made very effectual, and each of which may have its own special advantages.
The most important thing in any teaching program with any group is the evidence that subject matter which has been taught is being applied to practical life.
In advertising the health phase of an evangelistic gelistic series of meetings, caution should be exercised in the matter of exaggeration of facts.
Improvement in method and technique.