Community Outreach

April 09, 2007

Minority International Research Training (MIRT)-WHO Student Experience Abroad

The purpose of the international research experiences for minority nursing students to develop leaders in the field of nursing science and increase collaboration to resolve global health issues. The specific aim of this research training program is to advance primary health care nursing research to address the health disparities among under-served population groups of the USA or in developing countries.

Elizabeth Madigan, PhD, RN, Associate Professor of Nursing
Associate Dean, International Health
WHO Collaborating Center for Home Care Nursing
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
Phone: 216.368.8532


Samira Hussney, MPH, Director, International Health Programs

Posted by: Debra Crawford April 9, 2007 01:04 PM
Category: Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing , Health , International , Nonprofit , Schools and Centers , World Health Organization , World Health Organization Collaborating Center