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Nursing School Graduates Work Towards Healthier Future for the Homeless

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In this episode of the Nursing Notes Live podcast, we talk to Marcus Henderson, BSN, and Ian McCurry, BSN, RN, recent graduates from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Marcus and Ian developed a project entitled, "Homeless Health and Nursing: Building Community Partnerships for a Healthier Future," to address health disparities facing homeless individuals in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We discuss their project and their plans for the future as they continue their collaboration as co-founders and chief operations officers of Up and Running Healthcare Solutions.

In this episode of the Nursing Notes Live podcast, we talk to Marcus Henderson, BSN, and Ian McCurry, BSN, RN, recent graduates from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Marcus and Ian developed a project entitled, "Homeless Health and Nursing: Building Community Partnerships for a Healthier Future," to address health disparities facing homeless individuals in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We discuss their project and their plans for the future as they continue their collaboration as co-founders and chief operations officers of Up and Running Healthcare Solutions.

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