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Nursing in a New Culture: College’s First Study-Abroad Experience for Nursing Students


Nursing student Kelsey L. Maneval interacts with a child in the clinic's dental area.
Nursing student Kelsey L. Maneval interacts with a child in the clinic’s dental area.

From the Spring 2017 Penn College Magazine: The college’s first short-term study-abroad program for nursing students takes them to a clinic in a small Guatemalan town. Read “Nursing in a New Culture.”

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