Nursing in Tanzania
Students and faculty in this program explore the state of healthcare and nursing education in Tanzania while working alongside Tanzanian nurses and nursing students in this practical, cross-cultural experience. In addition to visiting hospitals and clinics, the group explores life in town of Moshi, the hills of Mt. Kilimanjaro, and the natural splendors of Tanzanian flora (acacia, baobab trees) and fauna (zebras, giraffes, herds of wild elephants!).
Nursing in Tanzania 2015
May 6-May 22, 2015
(Apply at walsh.abroadoffice.net)
Students will enroll in a three credit course that will include structured coursework the semester
before departure and then will enroll in a one credit course with significant site work at a number of
hospitals in Moshi, Kilimanjaro region, Tanzania. Students will be expected to share and engage with
Tanzanian nurses and nursing students on a daily basis. This is a course for those who are excited for a
cross-cultural experience in an international and professional setting.
For more information, download a program flyer or contact Rachel Hosler (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr. Judy Kreye (email@example.com), Prof. Tammie Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Bernadette Strausbaugh (email@example.com).