Are you passionate about global health in general and the survival of newborn babies in particular? And would you like to volunteer your time and skills in a unique short-term training opportunity in Vietnam that can even earn you university credit?
This Newborn Care program enables you to help address clinical capacity deficits in the resuscitation and essential care of newborn babies in Vietnamese hospitals and universities. You will assist experienced master trainers to provide training workshops for the Helping Babies Breathe and Essential Care for Every Baby curricula.
Co-hosted by GEI, The College of New Jersey and the Council of International Neonatal Nurses, this 8-day service-learning program is available to students in Nursing, Health Sciences, Public Health and related subjects.
– Assist in the development of vital clinical neonatal resuscitation and essential care capacity in Vietnam.
– Gain invaluable intercultural competence relevant to your field of study.
– Examine current issues in global health in Vietnam.
– Explore an exciting Southeast Asian destination and immerse yourself in the rich culture of your hosts.
– Build lasting friendships with a multicultural group of fellow students.