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Global Health Education Program
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Advance your nursing skills as you venture beyond the classroom and local community and gain clinical experience through a full spectrum social and cause-related nursing service trips. See firsthand the impact possible as you personally contribute to transforming healthcare delivery at a global level.
The Global Health Education Project can be done in place of the Multiculturalism in Healthcare - Special Populations course requirement, so students can receive course credit as well as the educational experience of a lifetime.*
*The Global Health Education Program is subject to availability based on campus location. **INT351 Multiculturalism in Healthcare-Special Populations available only to students currently enrolled in the 129 curriculum.
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I came prepared to change lives and left having changed my own.
This intense two-week experience will be spent working in the urban area of Nairobi and the plains of Africa. Clinical days will include home visits and education symposium. Experience will culminate with a safari.
This two-week experience will be spent working in urban and rural areas, partnered with local nursing students working in a variety of clinical settings.
This new India experience will be spent partnering with Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Paramedical Sciences (SRIPMS) in the city of Coimbatore. Clinical time will be spent working alongside SRIPMS nurses and students in urban and rural communities performing home visits, mobile clinics and providing a community health education workshop. Excursions are planned throughout the trop to learn about the rich culture of this part of India.
This intense two week experience will be spent working in the leper colonies of India.
If you wish to request accommodation for a disability or impairment, contact the Office of Student Disability
Services at email@example.com upon acceptance into the Global Health Education Program.
If a student needs to request an accommodation to get through the application process or to participate in the
Global Health Education Program he/she should reach out to the Office of Student Disability Services.
Please contact the Office of Student Disability Services to initiate the accommodation request process.
For an accommodation requested for Global Health Education Program study abroad trip, the request process should begin as soon as possible after your acceptance into the program.
Students think they’re going to help save the world, but they come away receiving more than they ever could have given – a greater confidence in their abilities and a real sense of purpose.
Susan Fletcher, EdD, MSN (r), RN
Dr. Susan Fletcher serves as chair of the Global Health Education Program for Chamberlain College of Nursing. Dr. Fletcher developed Chamberlain’s international and multicultural nursing program and frequently leads nursing students on international nursing service projects to India, Brazil, Kenya, Haiti, the Dominican Republic and the Philippines.
Dr. Fletcher previously served as a professor at Chamberlain’s St. Louis campus and taught nursing courses for Regis University in Denver. She has received the DeVry PRIDE Award and Chamberlain’s “Doing Well by Doing Good” Award. Dr. Fletcher was a finalist for Nursing Spectrum’s 2010 Nursing Excellence Program in the category of Community Service and was also nominated for the Dorland Health People Awards in the Public Health Nursing category.
Dr. Fletcher is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International, the National League for Nursing, the American Public Health Association and the Vincent DePaul Society. She also has served on the boards of the Autonomous Case Management, Deaconess Parish Nurse Ministry, Positive Family Enterprises and Epiphany Health Ministry.
She earned both a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and a Master of Science in Nursing degree with an emphasis in community health from St. Louis University and a Doctor of Education in adult education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.