Community partnerships are agencies that serve as clinical sites for student learning. The College of Nursing has excellent placements available throughout the state of Rhode Island and the bordering states. A partial listing here will give you a perspective of the diversity of our partnerships and the scope of experiences available for our students at all levels.
Home Care Agencies, Visiting Nurse Agencies, Hospices, Shelters, Senior Citizen Centers, Nursing Homes, Private Medical Offices, Free Clinics, Faculty Practice sites, Ambulatory Health Centers, Mental Health Centers, General Hospitals, Specialty Hospitals, RI Schools(Elementary, Secondary and Colleges), Head Start Programs, Indian Health Centers and many others are among our partnerships in the community.
The URI center for Midwifery @ Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island was established in 1999. It is a model collaboration between a public university and a community teaching hospital. The center serves as a setting for full scope midwifery services for women of Rhode Island, an educational base for future midwives and a backdrop for research on the care midwives provide and the outcomes they achieve. The center is dedicated to assisting women achieve safe, satisfying, and supported births and gynecologic care. Because it is partnered with Memorial Hospital, women and their families have excellent access to full scope primary care services. For more information please feel free to call the centers director, Dr. Judy Mercer at 401-874-5327 or email her at email@example.com.
We know that offering a broad scope of experience is key to a quality education and we strive to maintain a diverse menu of partnerships that are committed with us in educating our students.
The National Student Nurse Association (NSNA) is a pre-professional organization for nursing students. NSNA offers many programs