Abstract

Medical Mission to Haiti

Medical mission trips have their challenges, but can be life changing for both the providers and receivers of care. This mission took place in Haiti where over 1,800 people were provided free primary health care within 24 clinic hours. The team consisted of nursing students, Registered Nurses, and Nurse Practitioners. The experience provided the opportunity to build relationships, provide valuable clinical education to nursing students, and provide teaching and leadership skills for nurses.


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Mark R Adelung



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