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In the spring of 1991, the school of nursing I had graduated from in 1986, contacted me with a proposal: How would I like to be the first beneficiary of a new exchange scholarship program they were setting up in cooperation with the Camberwell Health Authority, in London, England? It would involve a year of study and field work as a Health Visiting (sort of like our public health) student, working in one of the poorer parts of London. I always been interested in Public Health nursing work, was actually doing a bit of it, on an unofficial basis at the soup kitchen free clinic and certainly would welcome the opportunity for formal training. So, I applied to Beth-El for the scholarship and started the very long and drawn out process of transferring my nursing credentials over to the UK

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