Healthcare projects on an overseas placement: how one student’s plan generated a team effort

RCNi Nursing Student Award winner’s networking and persistence got a clinic up and running

RCNi Nursing Student Award winner Temitope Babajide used networking skills and persistence to get a community clinic up and running

  • Remarkable student sought and planned health promotion opportunities before leaving for her month-long placement in Ghana
  • By working with local healthcare providers, she established a community clinic that offers healthcare screening and social events for an isolated group
  • Fundraising and volunteer work has had a long-term impact on the community she visited
Our 2020 RCNi Nursing Student award winner Temitope Babajide

In just four weeks, a determined nursing student on an overseas placement in Ghana set up a project that is improving healthcare access and outcomes for widowed women.

Anglia Ruskin University student Temitope


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