The increasing globalization of healthcare has created a high demand for professionals trained in cultural competence and interdisciplinary decision-making. Nurses, who deliver 90% of healthcare worldwide, are well suited to address complex global health issues; however, few international educational opportunities exist for nursing students through which they may learn to navigate diverse cultural and professional landscapes.
"Interprofessional Problem Solving through Community Health: An Interdisciplinary Global Health Immersion Pilot,"
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