Examination of global health disparities through a collaborative online international learning (COIL) partnership
Lisa Schulte, DNS, RN, CGRN, School of Nursing and Allied Health, Empire State College, Saratoga Springs, New York, USA; Penny Orton, PhD, RM, OHN, FANSA, Department of Nursing, Durban University of Technology, Durban, South Africa
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A call to action has been made for colleges of nursing to prepare nurses to practice with cultural competence. Integration of a Collaborative International Online Learning (COIL) project into the nursing curriculum is an innovative teaching methodology for increasing cultural competence and preparation as leaders in improving global health.
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