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Jordanian nurse to teach Scottish students

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A Jordanian professor is meeting Scottish students to share nursing developments from her country.

A Jordanian professor is meeting Scottish students to share nursing developments from her country.

Wasileh Petro-Nustas will give her first talk to students from the school of nursing, midwifery and community health at Glasgow Caledonian University today.

The professor, dean of the University of Jordan, will talk about Jordanian changes in nursing and their political, economic and sociological impact on the country's women.

She will be sharing practices and research with university staff and students for the next three years.

Charles Docherty, Glasgow University's senior nursing lecturer, said: 'Professor Petro-Nustas and her colleagues in Jordan have excellent relationships with our school. This visit will strengthen those ties both academically and culturally.'

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