A Nursing elective in Cambodia offers the chance to work with tropical infectious diseases like malaria, HIV, TB, and influenza. What’s more, many patients present conditions at stages much further advanced than you’re used to due to the relatively high cost of professional care. Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s livey capital, is a hub of contrasts, where streetside markets touting the latest knock-off brands co-exist with the ancient Buddhist temples. Read what our students think below!
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"Everything I experienced was so memorable. One particular highlight was witnessing my first natural birth, then helping with the care of the mother and baby."Read more
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"The hospital staff were what made my placement— Filipino people were genuinely some of the happiest people on the planet!"Read more
"It may seem scary, but it’s truly amazing."Read more
"You may see unusual practises, but it’s important to remember that it’s not your place to try and change them."Read more
"My nursing placement in Iloilo changed my life. It not only made me a better nurse but a better person."Read more
"Nurses and doctors came up with ingenious solutions in situations where equipment wasn’t available."Read more
"Both the team and the other students I met in Sri Lanka became like a second family to me..."Read more
"The whole placement put things into perspective, in that it made me see things in a different light. It changed the way I worked."Read more