A Teaching Strategy to Facilitate Nursing Students’ Translation of Global Health Learning From Classroom to the Community
Integrating global health concepts in nursing curricula is important for a competent contemporary global nursing workforce. This article describes a teaching strategy that facilitates students’ translation of global health content from classroom to the community. A community–academic partnership and a train-the-trainers’ approach to support community capacity for working with refugees was implemented. The Community-As-A Partner model was used as the guiding framework. Additionally, the DEAL model was used to support students’ reflections on their clinical experiences. A quiz, reflections, participant evaluations, and student peer evaluations were used to assess students’ clinical learning experiences. Key lessons learned are also presented.
Eustace, R. W.,
& Boesch, M. C.
(2018). A Teaching Strategy to Facilitate Nursing Students’ Translation of Global Health Learning From Classroom to the Community. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 35 (2), 57-64.