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The Community Nursing Experience

Designed to bridge the gap between academic learning and real-world experiences within the community, preparing students for their future professional careers. 

WHY DO THE COMMUNITY NURSING EXPERIENCE

The necessity for the community nursing experience is evident in its capacity to provide practical, hands-on learning opportunities that bridge that gap between theory and real-world practice. This experience equips nursing students with the skills, knowledge, and empathy needed to effectively serve diverse communities. Moreover, it fosters collaboration with community organizations, enhances cultural competence, and addresses pressing public health issues. Ultimately, the Community Nursing Experience is essential for cultivating well-rounded, compassionate healthcare professionals who are prepared to address the complex needs they serve.

The Experience

CNE Events

Feb. 20th

8am: BSU Nursing Students, Group A

9a-12p: Cultural Humility with Trina Scott, Senior Community Liaison, GILEAD Sciences

Feb. 21st

8am: BSU Nursing Students, Group B

9a-12p: Cultural Humility with Trina Scott, Senior Community Liaison, GILEAD Sciences

Feb. 23rd

8am: BSU Nursing Students, Group C

10a-2pm: Outreach at Planet Fitness of Laurel

Feb. 27th

8am: BSU Nursing Students, Group A

10a-11a: "Diary of a Virus" with Bianca Ward, Community Liaison, ViiV Healthcare

1p-2p: "Apretude" with Alexandra Jordan, Community Liaison, ViiV Healthcare

Feb. 28th

8am: BSU Nursing Students, Group B

10a-11:30a: "PrEP 101" with Alexandra Jordan, Community Liaison, ViiV Healthcare

Previous Experiences

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