A pilot program allows community health nursing students to videoconference with global peers.
“Let’s start with a weather report,” said UMSN lecturer Norma J. Sarkar, MPH, RN, at the beginning of a videoconferencing session with 8 University of Michigan School of Nursing (UMSN) students on campus in Ann Arbor and 14 Faculty of Nursing Science of the Episcopal University of Haiti (FSIL) students in Léogâne, Haiti. “It’s only 40 degrees here, but nice. It’s good videoconferencing weather.” . . . (Read More)