Simington, J. (2015). As Life Ended, He Knew He Had Done the Best He Could. Open to Hope Foundation for Compassionate Friends. (Electronic version). www.opento.hope.com
Simington, J, (2013). Trauma and Dissociation: Neurological and Spiritual Perspectives, Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy, Volume 3 • Issue 3 • 1000116. http://www.omicsonline.org View PDF here.
Wagner, J. l. & Simington, J. (2010). Spirit at Work in Long-term Care, Humane Health Care International, 10(2). www.humanehealthcareinternational.com
Simington, J. (2010). Soul Pain: Describing and Defining, Humane Health Care International, 10(2). www.humanehealthcareinternational.com
Olson, J., Paul, P. Clark, M., Simington, J., Goddard, P. (2003). Spirituality in Canadian Undergraduate Nursing Education, Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 35(3), 94-107.
Simington, J. (2001).Stitched together by memories: Legacy and life review, Http://humanehealthcare.com/vol2e/Stitched.html
Simington, J. & Wagner J. (2000). Listening to Soul Pain. In R. Masi (Ed). Removing Barriers 11: Keeping Canadian Values in Health Care. Conference proceedings, Vancouver 2000 Declaration of Values in Health Care in Canada, p.235.
MacDougall, I. & Simington, J. (2000). Sexual Preference: Choosing Freely. In R. Masi (Ed). Removing Barriers 11: Keeping Canadian Values in Health Care. Conference proceedings, Vancouver 2000 Declaration of Values in Health Care in Canada, p.235.
Olson, J., Simington, J. & Clark, M. (1998). Educating Parish Nurses, The Canadian Nurse, 94(8), 40-44.
Simington, J. (1998). Spiritual Aspects of Older Adult Care: Determining Supplemental Learning Requirements of Health Professionals, Resources: Education Resource Centre for Continuing Care Newsletter, 13(1), 5-6.
Simington, J. (1997). Parish Nursing: Working with Older Adults in a Faith Community, Resources: Education Resource Centre for Continuing Care Newsletter, 12(5), 1, 3-4.
Simington, J. (1997). Sharing Secrets of the Journey, Cooperative Connection: Newsletter of Nurse Healers Professional Association, 18(3) 1, 6, 13-14.
Simington, J. (1996). Reclaiming the Church’s Healing Mission, Review: Publication of the Catholic Health Association of Canada 24(3), 19-21.
Simington, J. (1996). Attitudes toward the Old and Death, and Spiritual Well-being, Journal of Religion and Health 35(1), 21-32.
Simington, J. Cargill, L. Hill, W. (1996). Crisis Intervention: Program Evaluation, Clinical Nursing Research, 5(4), 376-390.
Simington, J., Olson, J., Douglass, L. (1996). Promoting Well-being within a Parish, The Canadian Nurse, 92 (1), 20-24.
Simington, J., Olson, J. (1995). Parish Nursing in Alberta, AARN Newsletter: Alberta Association of Registered Nurses, 51(8), 16.
Simington, J. (1995). The Power of Expressive Touch, Humane Medicine. A Journal of the Art and Science of Medicine, 11(4), 162-165
Simington, J. (1995). The Power of Expressive Touch, Keeping in Touch: Newsletter of the Institute For Therapeutic Touch (reprinted with permission from Humane Medicine), 5(2), 3-6.
Simington, J., Lainge, G. (1993). Effects of Therapeutic Touch on Anxiety in Institutionalized Elderly, Clinical Nursing Research 2(4), 438-451.
Simington, J. (1993). The Elderly Require Special Touch, Nursing Homes, 4, 30-32.
Simington, J. (1993). Therapeutic Touch for the Elderly, Nurse Practitioner, 11, 2-3.
Simington, J. (1992). Relationship between Death Anxiety, Death Depression, Negative Attitudes Toward the Elderly and Spiritual Well-being of Nursing Students in Hawaii, Doctoral Dissertation. Honolulu University Honolulu, Hawaii.
Simington, J. (1992). Guiding Autobiography Groups for Older Adults: Exploring the Fabric of Life (Book Review), Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 6, 2.
Smith, J., Miller, B., Fegan, Y., with consultation from Simington, J. (1992) Unique Academic Program Matches College Students with Health Plan Seniors, Views: Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Region News, 5, 2.
Simington, J. (1991). Therapeutic Touch, Saskatchewan Gerontology Association Newsletter, 3 (2), 3-5.
Simington, J. (1990). Rural Nursing: Acquiring Education, Concern: A Publication of the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association, 20(1), 18.
Simington, J. (1990). Effects of Therapeutic Touch on the Anxiety Level of Institutionalized Elderly. Master Thesis. Saskatoon, SK. University of Saskatchewan.