Bringing New Perspectives to Nursing: A Win-Win Partnership With Heritage University

August 3, 2017
Alice Thavis
Seattle Children’s Hospital InHouse Article

A lot can happen in a month.

A patient can beat their illness. A crawling baby can take their first steps. And a nursing student can learn skills that will save lives.

The latter is certainly happening with students from Heritage University, who have visited Seattle Children’s in two waves this summer.

The university, which is located on the Yakama Indian Reservation in Toppenish, Washington, partnered with Children’s for the first time — and everyone involved considers the pilot a success.

Three of our Act Six Scholars were a part of this experience! Read the full article here.

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