Treatment is just more than medications

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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. “To say that my experience in Cameroon was one of … Continue reading

Seeing the world from a different perspective

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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. “It was an amazing chance to see the world from … Continue reading

Living and practicing cultural competence in nursing

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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. “It was simply incredible traveling to such a different place … Continue reading

Aiming for and inspiring excellence in patient care

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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. “This trip was a monumental opportunity for my personal, intellectual … Continue reading

Looking back: how we prepared for Cameroon

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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 … Continue reading

On light bulbs and miracles in nursing

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From candy striper to nurse practitioner – today, we recognize a remarkable nurse who is making a difference in her patients’ lives. Christal Adams, RN, BSN, is a graduate student in our adult nurse practitioner program, graduating this summer. She … Continue reading