India Mission Trip 2014

 

In the spring of 2014, I traveled to the colorful country of India. It was my privilege to assist on a medical mission where we paired up with doctors in villages where we conducted vitals screenings and administered vitamin B12 shots to individuals across the life span in order to boost their immune system and allow the nervous system to benefit from the B-vitamins. Various antibiotics were supplied to those suffering from infections, as a nurse I was privileged enough to assist the doctors in their assessment and diagnostic skills to the Indian people in need. Fortunately this medical mission was also an evangelical mission where the gospel of Jesus Christ was preached and not only as medial providers were we able to provide for this community’s earthly needs but for their spiritual needs through prayer and healing as well.

 

 

New Outcomes

all may go well with you and that you may be in good health, as it goes well with your soul
Brief intro of the topic
summarize the article -briefly
what do i think about it
let my personality “shine”

Who are we? Nurse practitioners are quickly accelerating their role and responsibilities across the world. “They have been around for about 40 years and are being used in about 60 different countries.” Nurse practitioners can provide essentially the same care as doctors varying according to different states here in the United States.

 

 

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Sangster-Gormley, E., Frisch, N., & Schreiber, R. (2013). Articulating new outcomes of nurse practitioner practice. Journal Of The American Association Of Nurse Practitioners, 25(12), 653-658. doi:10.1002/2327-6924.12040