Posted on Jul 18, 2016

Nursing students take global experience to Scotland

Nursing students take global experience to Scotland

USF Nursing students traveled to Scotland to complete their summer 2016 global community health experience.

Students, led by USF Nursing instructors, Stephen Mcghee, MSc and Leslie Lockett, MSN, will work closely together with University of Stirling School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health (SNMH), to learn about community health in a variety of settings including midwifery, mental health, and heart failure. They will be there for two weeks.

This international experience is part of a partnership agreement between USF College of Nursing and SNMH established in May 2013. This is USF Nursing’s third global health experience in Scotland.

USF Nursing students in Scotland

The global community health experience fulfills students’ six-credit requirement for their community health didactic and clinical courses. To follow students’ journey in Scotland, follow their blog:

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