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Keywords

American Indian, clinical nursing education, community health nursing, community partnership, service learning, transcultural, translational research education

 

Authors

  1. Strickland, C. June PhD, RN, CHES
  2. Logsdon, Rebecca G. PhD
  3. Hoffman, Barbara DNP, RN, CDE
  4. Hill, Teresa Garrett DNP, MN, RN

Abstract

American Indian tribes shoulder a heavy burden in health inequities and recognize the value of partnerships with academic institutions. This article describes a unique education model developed through a partnership between a school of nursing and 2 Pacific Northwest tribes to provide clinical education for students. Over 3 years, students and faculty worked with 2 tribal communities to design research and implement education programs.