TCNJ will be partnering with Explorers Sans Frontieres (ESF) on this program. ESF’s mission in Haiti will afford the opportunity for students to provide direct public health services to an underserved community. Students will learn to diagnose extreme health disparities in all populations across the lifespan, develop a treatment plan in a resource-limited environment, and educate the Haitian community regarding chronic and acute health issues. They will be immersed within a very unique culture and live within the community they serve. Participants will complete this program having gained practical experience and a new perspective on the role of a health care provider globally.
Course: NUR 301 / PBH 301: Perspectives in Global Public Health
Liberal Learning: Global and World Views & Ways of Knowing
Dates: TBD, Winter 2019 (Program will run about 1 week)
Program Directors: In Haiti: Constance Kartoz, Assistant Professor of Nursing, & Carolina Borges, Assistant Professor of Public Health. At TCNJ: Sharon Byrne, Associate Professor of Nursing
Eligibility: Open to upperclass Nursing, Health, & Exercise Science, and/or Public Health majors
- General wellness and educational training for local Haitian volunteers clinic in Port-au-Prince at Haitian American Caucus
- School health exams for children at Escole Shalom Elementary school
- Services to the local orphanage in Port-au-Prince/Delmas
- Visit to cultural sites in Port-au-Prince with an optional evening farewell dinner in Petionville
Please contact the TCNJ Center for Global Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org, 609-771-2596.
Please review our refund, cancellation, and withdrawal policy statement should a student not be able to participate in the program.