Nursing Students Take the Field - Featuring Milan Highschool

Milan High School in West Tennessee began the school year in-person in August of 2020. It felt like a relief to resume some normalcy after the school had closed its doors in March due to COVID-19. Amid the modifications necessary to conduct safe in-person learning was the need for clinical interns in the Health Science program to stay on school grounds.

Local health care facilities restricted access. The fourth-year nursing students had anticipated the internships. Instructor Amy Watson began to search for a project that would give the students a learning experience and still operate within the scope of restrictions and safety requirements.

As in most Tennessee high schools, sports play an integral part in the community culture. Watson’s son plays football, basketball and baseball. As they discussed the importance of nutrition for an athlete’s performance, she found an idea for a project.

Read the full article at Association for Career & Technical Education

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