The world is our classroom, laboratory, and clinic. Penn nurses study and practice in a wide variety of locations and environments from resource-poor communities to the most modern, cutting-edge facilities all over the world.
Our focus on the social determinants of health is leading to better ways to care for a rapidly changing global population. By broadening healthcare perspectives and fostering diversity, our students become prepared to go out and make a difference in patient care wherever they are needed.
As a World Health Organization Collaborating Center in Nursing and Midwifery Leadership, we are at the forefront of global health initiatives and policy, and we collaborate with many other institutions around the world in pursuit of better healthcare for all.
Our own study abroad programs, Center for Global Women’s Health, and curriculum—including an undergraduate and graduate Global Health minor, all serve to open the door for students and faculty to engage globally. And we complement these programs by bringing international visiting scholars to Penn.
The Order of the Bell Award from Mountains of Hope (MOH), West Virginia’s statewide cancer coalition, is bestowed upon an individual who is ‘breaking barriers.’
Penn Nursing students led by Dr. Wendy Grube explore healthcare practices in the east that can be used to build on their professional practice in the west.
November 10th brought alumni , faculty, students, and friends of the Nursing Administration (NADM) and Health Leadership Master’s Program (HLMP) together for their 2017 reunion. Dean Villarruel and Lecturer Sue Keim addressed the crowd while guests mingled over hors d’oeuvres and drinks. It was a wonderful evening among friends and we are already looking forward to Alumni Weekend, May 11-14, 2018!