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Mission Nursing in Guatemala
Virtual Webinar on Thursday February 17th, 2022 from 3 pm - 4 pm CT.
The purpose of this presentation is to provide information about trans-cultural healthcare and the learning experiences achieved when students participate in hands-on nursing in other countries.
Recognize the cultural characteristics of Guatemala.
Describe implications of trans-cultural healthcare, particularly in Guatemala.
Discuss Adonai International’s approach to health care in rural Guatemala.
Outline the nursing student’s role in the overarching mission of Adonai International.
Facilitator: Abby Nieman, DNP, RN
CEU's available for both
Scholarship Recipients 2020
Jennifer Wing, Mercy College of Health Sciences: Professional Development Grant for 2020 NLN Summit
JoAnne Olsen Mercy College of Health Sciences: Professional Development Grant for CNE preparation and CNE certification
Johanna Rubble, Unity Point - Des Moines: Nurse Tim Nurse Educator Scholarship towards her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Grand Canyon University
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