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Outreach in Honduras
In June, through the Office of Nursing Research at Goldfarb School of Nursing, students and faculty members visited Honduras for two weeks.  The weeks were full of peer-to-peer teaching, working at a medical brigade and a little sightseeing.
A passion for public health in Honduras
One of our faculty, Dr. Patrick Ercole, was featured in the article “A Few Good Men at the College” in the summer 2011 issue of our Nursing Excellence magazine. Find out what’s been keeping him awake since he was 16 years old.
Treatment is just more than medications

Callie Ashlock was one of eight students who went to Cameroon for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College’s first international immersion program. She shares with us what she’s learned.

Seeing the world from a different perspective
Julie Lewis-Lapin was one of eight students who went to Cameroon for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College’s first international immersion program. She shares with us what she’s learned.
Living and practicing cultural competence in nursing
Christy Cooper was one of eight students who went to Cameroon for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College’s first international immersion program. She shares with us what she’s learned.
Aiming for and inspiring excellence in patient care
Elizabeth Moulton was one of eight students who went to Cameroon for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College’s first international immersion program. She shares with us what she’s learned.
Looking back: how we prepared for Cameroon
Preparing for our first global trip with nursing students required quite a bit of planning. Initially, a faculty  member and I traveled to Cameroon in August 2009 to meet with the faculty at the University of Buea to set expectations for the program, and to identify sites and activities for the students’ cultural immersion.
A transformational experience in Germany and Poland
Its aim is to develop curricula for nursing and medical students throughout the United States to educate them about the atrocities to human beings during the Nazi Regime under Adolf Hitler’s dictatorship. The lessons learned from this trip are almost impossible to put into words. It was a phenomenal journey.
Another late entry
It’s Monday, and finally time to begin the work we’ve all traveled so far to do. Bright and early, the students were up and dressed in their Goldfarb uniforms for a continental breakfast of croissants, fruit and delicious coffee.
Adventures in air travel
This is Holly again, and we all apologize for keeping you in suspense for so long. The journey started off with a bang, when Alyssa Schulze, Ashley Torgerson, Lindsay Simmons and I made the connection from Detroit to Paris with only seconds to spare.
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