A group of sophomore and junior nursing students from the University of Delaware interned this summer at a community hospital in rural Faridibad, India, in a project led by Carolee Polek, associate professor in the School of Nursing.

The students were placed on units throughout the hospital, including the Intensive Care Unit, the Emergency Room, the Cardiac Catheterization Lab and the Operating Room. One student’s patients on a General Medicine floor ranged from an hours-old newborn baby and the baby’s mother to a 108-year-old. Read more

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