This week’s ‘Nurses of the Week’ are the University of Michigan-Flint Nursing Faculty and Students. After seeing a need in the community, the faculty and students of UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies have stepped in to help the Department of Public Health and Health Sciences (PHHS) by providing health education materials and lead screening and education events in the community. The faculty and students have been helping out with the clinics since the county started the program last fall.

we salute the faculty and students of the University of Michigan-Flint for applying their knowledge and taking a leadership role after assessing a need in their community.

The most important benefit is learning that professional nurses are counted on by society to use their knowledge and skills to benefit those who are vulnerable and at high risk for disease, injury.”

– Margaret Andrews, Director and Professor of Nursing at UM-Flint

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