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Research College of Nursing

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The mission of Research College of Nursing is to educate students as professional nurses who provide safe, quality health care. Through a commitment to excellence in nursing education, this academic community promotes development of the individual as a scholar and leader dedicated to providing service to the greater society. The mission of Research College of Nursing reflects the contemporary focus on health and the importance of higher education for professional nursing. It is reviewed and evaluated regularly by the faculty as a part of curriculum development and is then submitted to the college Governing Board for approval.

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International Medical Relief

International Medical Relief is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide basic healthcare needs to countries all over the globe, evaluating health concerns to help prevent chronic and fatal conditions. With the help of local dental and healthcare volunteers, IMR creates clinics anywhere there is space. This amazing outreach for the empowerment of those who do not have access to healthcare or knowledge, was started in 2002 by Shauna King and Karla Prentiss.

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Mission Haiti Medical

Mission Haiti Medical is an organization started in January 1993, currently led by Mark Fulton and his wife Kathy Fulton. This organization strives to volunteer their knowledge and medical resources to Haiti, seeking to empower the local people to create their own sustainable hospital for their community.

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