The School of Nursing and Midwifery has held a farewell dinner for nursing students and faculty from the Salisbury University, USA.
The visiting students, with some clad in tailored African prints at the dinner night, were in the University of Cape Coast(UCC) to seek practical exposure on Ghana's Health systems as part of Study Abroad Exchange Programme between the two universities.
The visitors and their Ghanaian counterparts danced to several Ghanaian songs.
The Dean, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Dr. Nancy Ebu Enyan, in a short message, expressed gratitude to Salisbury University for the collaboration.
She urged the students to make their experiences and skills relevant to society.
In a brief remark, a Fulbright scholar from the School of Nursing, Salisbury University, Prof. Tina Reid, was thankful to the School of Nursing and Midwifery-UCC and noted that they were overwhelmed by the Ghanaian hospitality and indicated that nursing students of Salisbury University would visit UCC often.
On behalf of the School, Dr. Enyan presented a citation to Prof Tina Reid for her immense contributions to the nursing profession.
The farewell dinner was attended by faculty of the School of Nursing and Midwifery-UCC and the leadership of the Nursing Students' Association-UCC.