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Educator, Author, Speaker,

Nurse

Dr. Donna D. Kincheloe, DNP, RN, CMSRN

A nurse with 39 years experience, has had the privilege to comfort many of those who have experienced trials in their lives. In her book, I Never Walk the Halls Alone, Donna shares intimate stories of precious people of faith who have survived life crises.

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Educator, Author, Speaker

Nurse

Dr. Donna D. Kincheloe, DNP, RN, CMSRN

A nurse with 39 years experience, has had the privilege to comfort many of those who have experienced trials in their lives. In her book, I Never Walk the Halls Alone, Donna shares intimate stories of precious people of faith who have survived life crises.

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Speaking Events

Donna has spoken to and taught many people about her research in Spiritual Care and her nursing experience.  She combines humor and real life anecdotes with spirituality to those in healthcare. Her stories, compassion, and knowledge warms audiences and lifts up those caring for the sick and dying. Due to COVID-19, you can request a virtual speaking engagement.

Education

Dr. Donna Kincheloe, DNP, RN developed an evidence based, spiritual care toolkit, as a way to meet spiritual needs for patients and patient families. Her work has been published in the Journal of Clinical Nursing and you can read the abstract by visiting https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29315996/. Spiritual Care tip sheets will be available soon for healthcare workers.

Author

Donna is the author of the book, I Never Walk The Halls Alone. She gives thorough accounts of personal experiences in healthcare. She has the ability to tell the story of her journey in patient care while staying grounded in her spirituality. Her accounts have been featured in the book, Worry Less, Live More: God’s Prescription for a Better Life written by bestselling author and preacher, Dr. Robert Morgan. Donna’s book makes a great gift for nurses, nursing students, or any healthcare worker.

My Story

The Institute of Medicine recommends advanced education for nurses and Donna has embraced that challenge. Her journey began in Pennsylvania where she received her nursing diploma from Sharon General Hospital School of Nursing (1978). She received her  BSN (1996) and her MSN in nursing education (2011) from the University of Southern Indiana. In April 2017, she completed the highest terminal degree for clinical nursing and received the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). As the principle investigator of translational research, she developed, implemented, and evaluated the effectiveness of a unique spiritual toolkit that was found to be a statistically significant intervention in meeting the needs of patients and families in the acute care environment.

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My Story

The Institute of Medicine recommends advanced education for nurses and Donna has embraced that challenge. Her journey began in Pennsylvania where she received her nursing diploma from Sharon General Hospital School of Nursing (1978). She received her  BSN (1996) and her MSN in nursing education (2011) from the University of Southern Indiana. In April 2017, she completed the highest terminal degree for clinical nursing and received the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). As the principle investigator of translational research, she developed, implemented, and evaluated the effectiveness of a unique spiritual toolkit that was found to be a statistically significant intervention in meeting the needs of patients and families in the acute care environment.

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How can I help you?

It is Donna’s desire to offer encouragement and coping mechanisms to her readers in the event someone encounters a similar situation. Donna believes some of the greatest life lessons come from the personal experience that others choose to share. Each one of us has a personal library with books filled with explicit experience.

If these books from our private collection never leave the shelves, the lessons lie dormant, and any potential benefit to any other life is lost. Why not reach for Donna’s book? You will find treasures to enrich your life or touch the lives of those you love.

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Testimonials

I have just read the book and could not put it down. Donna’s stories are heart-warming, uplifting, and very encouraging. It makes you realize that everything is in God’s hands and we all need to give ourselves to Him. We should all live our lives as if this is our last day and treat everyone with the love and respect that they deserve. This is a must read book!

Mary Riley

Donna does a great job of telling the captivating stories that God has given to her. It is clear that her eyes are open to God at work in her world. She goes to His Word to know Him so that she can recognize His fingerprints all around her. This combination should inspire us all to do the same.

Beth Boling, Church Counselor

We are proud to be the publisher of Donna’s book, I Never Walk the Halls Alone. I highly recommend this book and recommend Donna just as highly. I know her to be a real woman of God. Since she is blessed, I believe anyone who participates in her ministry by reading her book will also be blessed.

Reg A. Forder, American Christian Writers

As the editor of Donna’s new book, I constantly found myself distracted from looking for misspelled words or commas in the wrong place and simply became an inspired and encouraged reader. So, if you find some errors, my apologies. It was a very difficult book to edit because it was such an engaging book to read.

Jim Watkins, Editorial Advisor, ACW Press

Donna Kincheloe shares healing stories of God’s love for her and her critical care patients before, during and after duty hours. Several incidents surprise us with ending moments similar to those within Paul Harvey’s “rest of the story” happenings. God’s actions through Donna gently urge us to extend our faith into new situations and beyond.

Robert N Brite, Author

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Take a walk with Donna as she dives into personal stories and situations almost all nurses find themselves. Look through Donna’s eyes as she cares for her patients and regales us with the spirituality of nursing and the compassion she has for others. This book is a great stocking stuffer or graduation present for the future nurse in your life. Current nurses will relate to the sad and sometimes sometimes situations at the bedside. By the end, you will know the meaning of Donna’s favorite mantra; do good, seek peace, and pursue it.

Blog

Lyrics, Podcasts, Recipes, etc…

Stay up to date with Donna as she shares lyrics to songs she has written, favorite recipes, gardening tips, and podcasts. Donna has a myriad of interests and loves to share with others. Follow Donna on social media and be the among the first to see what she does next!

Blog

Lyrics, Podcasts, Recipes, etc…

Stay up to date with Donna as she shares lyrics to songs she has written, favorite recipes, gardening tips, and podcasts. Donna has a myriad of interests and loves to share with others. Follow Donna on social media and be the among the first to see what she does next!

Lyrics

These lyrics are set to the tune of different older popular songs. You will find the songs listed in the blog along with the words. Below are just a few of the songs we have for you!

Surgery

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Stroke

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ODE to ER Workers

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Stroke

Stroke STROKE Disrupted blood flow to the brain yields Diminished neurologic signs Thoughts, memory, speech Sensation, Gait “Brain Attack” Help cannot wait Patients present with different symptoms: Numbness or

ODE to ER Workers

ODE to ER Workers ODE to ER Workers Nobody knows the trauma we’ve seen. Head injuries, skull fractures. Motorcycle accidents – people tossed from ATVs. Oh if they’d

EKG

EKG EKG Normal Sinus Rhythm has a P you see, for every QRS. An upright rounded T wave, regular rate between 60 to 100 beats. Sinus Arrhythmia has

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