Given the current health care climate, it is critical for nurse educators to provide learning opportunities for students to collaborate with leaders in the community to provide much-needed services to vulnerable populations. We developed, implemented, and evaluated a process for vision screenings and referrals to a local eye center for low-income, immigrant women over three years in an urban setting in the United States. This is a report on the program, including the challenges faced by the faculty and lessons learned by the nursing students.
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O'Halloran, Rose C.; Milner, Kerry A.; and Foito, Kim. "A Partnership Between Nursing Faculty, Students, and Urban Community Centers to Provide Vision Screenings for Low-income Immigrant Women: An Experiential Case Study." Sacred Heart University Scholar, vol. 2, no.1, 2018, https://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/shuscholar/vol2/iss1/5