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Vietnam Nurse Project

First established by Dr. Gregory Crow, EdD, RN, in 2007, the Vietnam Nurse Project is an ongoing academic-service partnership between the USF School of Nursing & Health Professions and healthcare colleagues in Vietnam.

The project is focused on improving the health and well-being of the people of Vietnam by improving the education, training, and practice of the nurses who serve them. The project’s goals include working closely with nurse leaders and the Vietnam Nurses’ Association to develop leaders who will partner with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education and Training in Vietnam to develop more effective nursing education and practice.

Watch the video: Change the World from Here!

The Vietnam Nurse Project Leadership presents an update for the current scope, activities, and project impact.

Featured photographs by Mathew Mitchell

Project Director's Updates

Overview Video of Vietnam Nurse Project

Article in Nurse Week, March 21, 2011

Article in The Bridge, USF School of Nursing Newsletter

Article from USF Newsroom