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Around the World with Pediatric Nursing

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In many regions of the world with limited access to healthcare providers, nurses play an essential role in reducing the burden of pediatric disease. To help improve the delivery of high-quality healthcare to children worldwide, the Global Health Program at Boston Children's Hospital in Boston, Mass., offers a two-year fellowship program for currently employed nurses.

We recently spoke with Michele Morin, RN, MSN, a Global Nursing Fellow who has traveled to Rwanda and Ghana through the program to assist and train local healthcare providers, about her experiences and the differences between pediatric nursing domestically and abroad.

For more information about the Global Nursing Fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital, visit

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