global health, nursing, study abroad
To expand student appreciation of global health and diversity, many schools of nursing offer study abroad programs. However, this type of labor-intensive program can be difficult in light of faculty shortages and constrained resources. The authors discuss how these issues were addressed using alumni and graduate students as affiliate teachers in 3 clinical study abroad settings.
Original Publication Citation
Palmer, S., Wing, D., Miles, L., Heaston, S., de la Cruz, K. (2013). Study abroad programs: Using alumni and graduate students as affiliate faculty. Nurse Educator, 38 (5). 198-201.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Palmer, Sheri; Wing, Debra; Miles, Leslie; Heaston, Sondra; and de la Cruz, Karen H., "Study Abroad Programs: Using Alumni and Graduate Students as Affiliate Faculty" (2013). Faculty Publications. 5221.
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