Farmer speaks to URI nursing students ahead of Liberia trip

DR. PAUL FARMER, co-founder of the global health initiative Partners in Health, speaks to students at the Rhode Island Nursing Education Center at the University of Rhode Island's Providence campus. Five of the students will travel to Liberia in the spring to help treat patients at a Partners in Health clinic. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND
DR. PAUL FARMER, co-founder of the global health initiative Partners in Health, speaks to students at the Rhode Island Nursing Education Center at the University of Rhode Island's Providence campus. Five of the students will travel to Liberia in the spring to help treat patients at a Partners in Health clinic. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE – When five University of Rhode Island nursing students travel to Liberia this spring to help treat patients at a Partners in Health clinic, they’ll be carrying some words of advice on the endeavor from Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder of the global health initiative, who visited the Rhode Island Nursing Education Center in Providence…
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