Johns Hopkins School of Nursing students and faculty talk about their travels, projects, experiences with, and thoughts on global nursing.
In Episode 1: Part 2, students Evi Dallman and Amy Pennington talk with host Elyse Rudemiller about their practicum experiences in El Salvador. They discuss their experience with preceptor Meghan Lopez, MSN FNP-BC and her work with Whole Child International, as well as their work with Fundacion de Desarollo Social. They talk about life lessons learned in and outside of health care, they give tips on how other students can become involved in global health experiences, and tell us why students should feel confident in their nursing education.
Embracing the School’s core values of excellence, respect, diversity, integrity and accountability, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Center for Global Initiatives (CGI) leads and supports effective global initiatives that leverage and expand its reach and impact and advance nursing and promote health.