COVID-19 Orientation for Frontline Healthcare Providers in the Acute Care Setting
An online free & accredited training for healthcare providers developed in collaboration with NextGenU.org
We help nurses
help the world
We put learning materials into the hands of nurse educators and students so that nurses in developing countries can obtain the education they need to bring advanced care to their communities. And we don’t charge a penny for our Open Access Curriculum.
Nurse Educators – We’re here to help.
We bring students & educators
We didn’t invent distance learning, but we’re making it available where it’s needed most so that students and educators have the support they need. And, we help educators adapt the learning materials to meet local needs through our free consulting service.
We help nursing programs
in developing nations
We work with strategic partners to enhance existing nursing programs at schools and universities around the world. We help these programs deliver a complete curriculum to give graduates the necessary tools, knowledge, and relationships to operate nurse-led clinics, act as primary healthcare providers, and lead holistic and positive change in the communities they call home.
We help nurses become
community health leaders
Beyond a typical nursing program, the curriculum that we’re creating exposes students to practical instruction in community development. Through classroom instruction and internships, nurses will develop the understanding, the ability, and the networks to improve the health of their communities by addressing basic healthcare needs in practical and sustainable ways.
We’re non-profit which means we count on the support and the involvement of people like you.
Our programs are rooted in the belief that Christ intended his followers to offer love and healing wherever there is needless suffering.
Nurses International does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its services.
Nurses International benefits from a diverse faculty and volunteer network with representatives from many different countries, faiths, and backgrounds. We respect and value multiple perspectives and find that diversity allows us to do our best work.