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NURS 322.2 TR: Experiential Learning in Global Health

Spring Break: March 1 to March 8, 2025

Course held Spring I 2025

Explore Central America’s second largest country, Honduras, as you study global health issues specific to high-risk populations and contribute to the learning community through individual research projects. This 8-day trip over May term is a requirement of the NURS 322 2 TR course and is led by Moravian professors Dr. Pamela Adamshick and Dr. Beth Gotwals. The Moravian Nursing program has been impacting health through a local faith-based organization—Healthy Ninos Honduras—since 2009. Consider joining our spring break 2025 team!

Faculty Facilitators

Dr. Pamela Adamshick

Nursing & Public Health


Dr. Beth Gotwals

Nursing & Public Health



  • Self-Pay Total Cost:  $2,600
  • Your Out-Of-Pocket Cost After Elevate Credit has been Applied (Valued at $2,600 for eligible students): $0
  • For all travelers:
    • Insurance Fee:  $90 charged directly to your Student Account
    • Recommended for Personal Funds: $300
    • Tuition: None, if taken in course load.

Quick Facts

  • Application Deadline: October 15, 2024
  • Program Length: 8 Days
  • Credits: 0.5 Units
  • Eligibility: Moravian student, 2.0 GPA or higher, students are not required to be nursing nor public health majors to participate.
  • Language: English

All the landmarks mentioned in this itinerary will be visited. Some changes may be made in the order they will be visited.

Day 1: Fly from the US to Honduras

Day 2: Visit facilities, Nutritional Center and prepare supplies for the week. Visit a local waterfall.

Day 3 to 6: Serve in the local community with Medical & Construction Brigade at various locations in Comayagua

Day 7: Fly from Honduras to the US

COVID Disclaimer 

Due to the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we cannot guarantee travel or entrance into a destination or a program because of COVID-19 related delays and/or closures. In addition, should travel occur outside of the United States or between States, we cannot guarantee re-entry with or without vaccine requirement and/or quarantine as determined by the intended destination and return location. Moravian University encourages travelers to comply with the COVID-19 vaccine entry/exit requirements as detailed by their intended destination and/or program.