Study Abroad

Lamar University's JoAnne Gay Dishman School of Nursing is committed to providing study abroad opportunities to all nursing students. The faculty within the School of Nursing are dedicated to prepare graduates for professional practice by providing opportunities to participate in diverse healthcare environments through immersive global experiences.

Learning Outcomes for the School of Nursing Study Abroad

  • Students will be able to:
    • Comprehend intercultural communication
    • Enhance cultural knowledge
    • Articulate self-reflection and awareness of health in a global society
    • Discuss historical perspectives of healthcare systems
    • Provide healthcare to select populations
Dominican 2019

Holistic Healthcare in the Netherlands 2020

May 19-27, 2020
This program offers an opportunity for students to study the socialized healthcare system within the Netherlands. Established shortly after WWII, the Dutch system is based upon a culture of "solidarity" where-by every citizen is invested into the system, and receives the same levels of acre in return for similar premiums, irrespective of risk. The areas of aging and vitality, long-term care, primary care, midwifery and innovative approaches to mental health and chemical dependency will all be explored. This program is open to Nursing, Psychology, Public Health, or other Health majors.

Please contact Dr. Sharon Williams or the Study Abroad office for additional information.