Education Abroad Courses

Upcoming Education Abroad Courses for 2018

April, 2018: The Netherlands - graduate nursing students only

Travel Dates: April 4-14, 2018
Estimated Trip Cost:  TBD
Contact person (s) Dr. Anne Koci akoci@twu.edu

Summer 1 (Maymester) Peruvian Education Abroad Elective

(Bracketed course for Graduate and Undergraduate participants)
Undergraduate – 2 hour elective
Graduate – 3 hour course credit

Eligible nursing students from all three TWU campuses:
                   Spring 2018 nursing Jr 2 students and Sr 1 students 
                   Graduate Masters level, PhD, DNP level nursing students
                                         
Travel Dates:  May 15-28, 2018
Estimated Trip Cost: TBD plus credit hour expense for the elective
Contact person(s): Dr. Allison Huffman  (ahuffman@twu.edu)

Focus: Will include visits to Peruvian Colleges of Nursing in Lima and patient care locations (acute care facilities and clinic/community).  Simulation activities will be developed and presented in Lima.  Cultural experiences will include a visit to Machu Picchu

Summer 1 (Maymester):  Indonesian Education Abroad Elective

(Bracketed course for Graduate and Undergraduate participants)
Undergraduate – 2 hour elective credit
Graduate – 3 hour course credit

Dates:  May14-27, 2018 (tentative)
Estimated cost: $2500 or less,  plus credit hour expense for the elective
Contact Person:  Dr. Joan Edwards jedwards3@twu.edu

Eligible nursing students from all three TWU campuses:
                   Spring 2018 nursing Jr 2 students and Sr 1 students.
                   Graduate Masters level, PhD, DNP level nursing students

Focus on the Indonesian population, culture and health care with an emphasis on nursing, education, research and community.  Students will work in groups to prepare PICO posters for presentation at an International Nursing Conference. Graduate students can submit oral presentations and/or posters. Course requirements include attendance and participation at the University of Padjadjaran’s 5th International Nursing Conference in Bandung, Java, Indonesia. One other nursing program will also be visited in Jakarta, Indonesia. We are currently exploring the potential for a clinical day at an Indonesian health care facility or community. Cultural experiences will include an Indonesian resort, Lembang floating market, and Udjo – a fun Indonesian site of cultural music presentations with angklungs and other musical instruments.
Guest speaker at the International Nursing Conference will be Dr. Jean Watson, the internationally known nursing theorist and founder of the Watson Institute of Caring Science.