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Rutgers Graduate School of Education Alumni Association Honors Rutgers-Camden Nursing Scholar

Rutgers Graduate School of Education Alumni Association Honors Rutgers-Camden Nursing Scholar

A Rutgers–Camden nursing scholar has been honored by the Rutgers University Graduate School of Education Alumni Association for her outstanding service to education. The GSEAA awarded Carol P. Germain, director of nursing program development at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, with a Distinguished Service Award in April. “It’s always good to receive recognition for one’s […]

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Health Practices in Guatemala

Everyday I am more amazed. We finished our stoves for the families today. We were so very welcomed and the community members were extremely grateful for our visit. They blessed us with a song and gave us beautiful lilies to show their thanks. It was amazing to spend a day with a Mayan widowed mother.  […]

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Nursing Students Providing Critical Health Care Services

Nursing Students Providing Critical Health Care Services

CAMDEN —Hospitals are increasingly facing cuts in funding for charity care, leaving a void in adequate health care for underserved communities in the United States. As a result, more nurses will be required to meet the increasing health care demands of under insured and uninsured individuals. Having access to health care services and receiving culturally […]

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