|Term||Start Date||End Date||Application Deadline|
Embedded Spring 2020
Mar 13, 2020
Mar 21, 2020
Dec 15, 2019
This program is only open to undergraduate students.
Explore Argentina's health care system, challenges and the role of nurses.
Learn and explore Argentina’s health-care system and some of the most relevant issues facing Argentina and South America. Through a series of lectures and visits, you will come to understand fully the biological, psychological issues that shape the way healthcare is delivered. The program will focus on access to health care, the challenges in promoting improvements in the system, and the role of nurses.
The capital of Argentina and largest city, located by the Rio de la Plata. It is known for its preserved Eclectic European architecture and rich cultural life.
|*Program cost for Nursing students only with the $1500 scholarship||$1,710|
Program Cost includes:
• Some meals
• Administrative Fees
• International SOS Health Insurance
*Nursing students will receive a $1,500 scholarship that will be applied to their spring term bill. This will result in the program cost to be $1,710.
Out-of-Pocket Cost includes:
The above costs are estimations and represent the known out-of-pocket costs students encounter during their time abroad.
Some of these expenses will be paid for prior to going abroad, such as an airline ticket, while some of these expenses, such as meals and personal expenses, will be paid in-country as part of your daily expenses. As you plan, you will need to budget these costs and spend wisely throughout your time abroad.
Suzanne Willard, PhD, APN-c, FAAN, is the inaugural associate dean of global health in the School of Nursing. She holds a PhD in educational leadership and is an advanced practice nurse specializing in the care of individuals living with HIV. She maintains a clinical practice at Zufall Health Center.
Willard has worked globally for the past 15 years, focusing on HIV programming related to the prevention of transmission of HIV from mother to child as well as quality improvement efforts.
Her work at Rutgers has focused on establishing new programming. In the global health division, she has established study abroad programs; designed educational programs related to trauma systems and long-term care for nurses from China, Latin America, and Africa; and encouraged global research efforts among the faculty and students.