Framework for creating and expanding virtual exchanges to increase student exposure to global health issues
Barbara deRose, PhD; Lucinda R. Hill, DNP, CPN, CNE; Linda A. Sinclair, MSN, RN, ONC
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This presentation provides a framework for educators to create a global virtual exchange, and details that support a successful outcome. The purpose is to explore healthcare issues in different regions of the world by engaging students in a virtual exchange to interact with nursing students on a global scale.
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