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VIGH launches program for Vanderbilt nurses in Kenya

Mar. 27, 2013, 4:27 PM

The Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health has launched the Global Health Nurse in Residence Program, a 12-week funded program in Kenya for Vanderbilt nurses.

The program provides funding and support for licensed nursing professionals affiliated with Vanderbilt University to serve, train, network and collaborate with Kenyan nurses and other health care workers for up to 12 weeks in the Central Province of Kenya, with goals of improving health and well-being of local populations while enhancing the knowledge, education and skills of Kenyan nurses.

Learn more about program details, eligibility requirements and application information here.

Applications are due no later than April 15, 2013.

Contact: Kristin Centers, (615) 875-0139
kristin.centers@vanderbilt.edu

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