Yale School of Nursing, Yale University's Graduate Nursing Programs

YSN in the World

The Center for International Nursing Scholarship and Education (CINSE)
The Center for International Nursing Scholarship and Education, formed in 2006, is the focal point for YSN’s international health activities. The center promotes excellence in all aspects of our international work, with an emphasis on collaborative scholarship and thoughtful examination of the cross-cultural and cross-border dimensions of our work. The aims in scholarship are the development of faculty scholarship in international health and the establishment of externally funded programs of international health research and scholarship. The aims in education are to develop sound international clinical placements for YSN students, to establish stable sources of funding for these educational experiences, and to propose and develop academic programs at YSN for students and scholars seeking a career in international health. We provide mentorship and financial support for a diverse array of faculty projects to promote leadership skills in the area of Global Health research and programs.

University support for opportunities include:

Downs Fellowship

Global Health Initiative   

Gruber Fellowship

MacMillan Center Fellowship & Grants

Yale Grants and Fellowships

Yale Nursing Matters featuring CINSE Fall 2010

Yale Nursing Matters featuring CINSE


NM Spring 2013
Yale Nursing Matters highlighting CINSE Programs Spring 2013











Contact Us

We welcome your questions and comments.

Patricia Ryan-Krause, Interim Director & Director of Clinical Education

 | patricia.ryan-krause@yale.edu

Mary Ann Fuentes Marshak
, Senior Administrative Assistant
203-785-5797 | fax 
203-737-2685 | maryann.marshak@yale.edu