Global Nursing Program


The community health experience offered by USF College of Nursing’s Global Nursing Program enables students to learn first-hand about international health care while delivering nursing education and services to local residents. Students will have the opportunity to develop inter-professional health care relationships, explore different cultures and increase their value as a globally-educated registered nurse.


Program Location Region
Nursing Community Health in Panama Panama Central America
Nursing Community Health in Scotland Scotland Europe
Nursing Community Health in St. Croix  (On Hold Due To Hurricane Damage)
St. Croix Caribbean

Student Blogs

  • St. Croix (No 2018 Blog/On Hold)
  • Panama

Latest Program News

USF College of Nursing students trekked to Panama to learn first-hand how community health is administered across the globe. Fourteen nursing students spent about two weeks in the Central American cou … [read more]
Sixteen College of Nursing students spent two weeks in Scotland this past April on a trip that became an immersion in global health and cultural exchange. The group arrived in Glasgow, the largest cit … [read more]
Students in the USF nurse anesthesia program recently returned from a successful mission helping the under-served in Guatemala. ¬† College of Nursing Assistant Professor¬†Karla Maldonado, DNAP, CRNA, AR … [read more]