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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Hola de Emory (fifth in a series)

We’re back from a trip to the Dominican Republic that proved to be one of the most insightful and inspiring experiences in our education as nurses.

Throughout the next few weeks, please check back for updates. We're sorry about the recent delay in our posting--electricity was a "sometimes" thing.

We plan on writing more about our activities in the various communities and how they impacted us, as well as more personal reflections on the cultural experience we all shared with our friends in the DR.

Please visit the EAA's Facebook fan page to see a few pictures of us at the monastary in Santo Domingo where we assisted in the care of Haitian earthquake evacuees (along with a group pic with the food we were able to donate); a few from the Haitian migrant farm worker community we visited and conducted resident interviews--certainly one of the most powerful moments of the whole trip--as well as a few more group pictures … we’ll be updating very soon!

Read part 4 ...

Read part 3 ...

Read part 2 ...

Read part 1 ...

-- Abby Weil 11N and Hunter Keys 11N, students, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing

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