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From the classroom to the field: MSU nursing students apply skills during trip to Honduras
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Ten Montana State University nursing students representing three campuses traveled to Honduras Jan. 22-Feb. 4 for a service-learning trip. While there, the students provided health care in dozens of homes, distributed water filters, conducted health education fairs, provided education about clean water, held adult clinics in remote villages and covered calls in a central clinic. In the process, they experienced the challenges and rewards of delivering health care services in a rural environment with scarce resources. MSU nursing students Ariel Borden-Deal, left, and Monica Lee are pictured here with a Honduran patient. Photo courtesy of Frank Kammerer Photography.
Montana State University nursing students are pictured hiking to a home in Honduras. Photo courtesy of Frank Kammerer Photography.
Ten MSU students recently traveled to Honduras for a service-learning trip. Trip participants are pictured here from left to right: Bekah Schaefer, Missoula campus; Jessical Ewald, Great Falls campus; Monica Lee, Billings campus; Martha Arguelles, faculty, Billings campus; Hope Ballew, Billings campus; (front) Karrin Sax, faculty, Missoula campus; Ariel Borden-Deal, Billings campus; (front) Kristine Thom, Great Falls campus; Anne Hansen, Missoula campus; Jan Ostermiller, Billings campus; Andrew Bierer, Missoula campus; and Paula Trembath, Missoula campus. Photo courtesy of Frank Kammerer Photography.