AUSON Global Outreach Collaboration in Ghana
A new home for Auburn's School of Nursing will provide students and faculty with a model environment suitable for learning and research
2013 graduate of Auburn University School of Nursing during a medical mission trip to Tanzania
2015 graduate of Auburn University School of Nursing serving in Thailand and Nepal
Auburn’s new nursing building is home to the Engaging Active Group Learning Environments in Simulation (EAGLES) Center, which provides a skills lab and multiple simulation suites that mimic actual hospital, clinic, and community settings.
Auburn nursing students travel to Quito, Ecuador each year to practice skills learned in the classroom, help a community that lacks adequate healthcare, and develop a passion for service to others.
Project SERVE gives Auburn students the opportunity to work alongside the staff at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, and learn about the health needs and challenges facing wounded military service members.
This group won the “Most Creative Poster” award for their poster presentation. The poster was about music therapy to decrease pain.
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AU Nurse in Air Force Commercial
EAMC Leads Giving for New Auburn Nursing Building