Students Expand Cultural Awareness in the Czech Republic

This past summer, 14 of BYU’s nursing students had the opportunity to experience a once-in-a-lifetime three-and-a-half week clinical practicum in the Czech Republic. They spent time in the cities of Prague, Pilsen, and Susice doing clinical and community service. Throughout the different locations, students were exposed to what healthcare looks like in all communities, whetherContinue reading “Students Expand Cultural Awareness in the Czech Republic”

Not So Different: BYU Professor Speaks at Tongan Nursing Day Celebration

Reed, wearing a traditional ta’ovala gifted to her for formal occasions. Photo courtesy of Reed. By Quincey Taylor BYU professors take the mantra, “Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve,” very seriously in their careers. During this summer’s Tonga section of the clinical practicum for the public and global health nursing course, associate teaching professorContinue reading “Not So Different: BYU Professor Speaks at Tongan Nursing Day Celebration”