- 14 , 2017
MSU College of Nursing
From: $1,858 per person, plus airfare
Experience the sights and sounds of London while walking in the footsteps of the healthcare pioneer and founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale. Your guide for the week will be internationally recognized nurse historian and Nightingale scholar, Louise Selanders, EdD, RN, FAAN. Dr. Selanders, a.k.a. “Flo’s Sister,” has private access to places in the city significant to the history of public health and the reform of hospitals including the Old Operating Theatre & Museum, the Gordon Museum of Pathology and the Florence Nightingale Museum on her 197th birthday. It also includes a full-day trip to Nightingale’s home near Romsey, her final resting place at the Church of St. Margaret, and Stonehenge. While rich with historical nods & nuance, the itinerary also includes time for participants to explore London on their own. For more information contact the College of Nursing, 517-432-5033.Click here to request a tour brochure.