Project Paradise - Career Preparation (Nursing)
April 09, 2019
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Thank you so much for committing your time to this very special program. This program is a very unique program, designed for a college nursing group. Unlike LbE's standard Project Paradise programs, this program will focus entirely on the differences and similarities in healthcare between Hawaii and Japan.
There will be an interesting mix of LbE staff for this program ranging from specialized Islanders (those who have experience in healthcare), to regular Islanders, to Japanese nurses working/living in Hawaii! Due to the large mix of staff and differences in tasks/roles/time commitments, please read this information packet carefully.
Project Director, LbE Hawaii
2) Staffing Roles
Facilitator - Kevin Ching - In charge of the overall program operation, time management and scheduling, lead escort / communicates with Bilingual Supporters
Bilingual Supporter - Yuko Maruo, Reina Nakazato, Mitsuki Togiya - 1) Interpretation support for Straub Hospital tour, 2) Interpretation support during discussions and activities at UH Manoa, 3) Supports the Facilitator and Islander staff in interpretation
Regular Islanders - English-Speaking Leaders, assigned to a group of 6~7 students, representing the people and aloha of Hawaii, befriends the students to support them in English-practice, and have discussions about the similarities and differences in Nursing between Japan & Hawaii
Healthcare Islanders - English-Speaking Leaders, who have nursing or healthcare-related backgrounds, will participate in a panel in front of the entire group, and will talk about their studies and/or experiences in Nursing/healthcare, then assigned to a group of 6~7 students, representing the people and aloha of Hawaii, befriends the students to support them in English-practice, and have discussions about the similarities and differences in Nursing between Japan & Hawaii
Japanese Nurses - Nurses from Japan who work and live in Hawaii, assigned to a group of 6~7 students and rotate to talk about their experience as a nurse in Hawaii as a Japanese and why they work in Hawaii.
3) Program Details
Group: Toyota Regional Nursing School
Ages: College (Unknown)
English Level: Unknown, but always be prepared for different levels of English within your group and do give equal attention to all students. Slow down and simplify your English.
Participants per Group: 6~7 students per group
Number of Groups/Islanders: 6
Number of Students: 37
4) REPORT TIME, LOCATION, PARKING, DRIVING
Please click button below to view schedule and review the timeline carefully and be sure to know YOUR commitment time and reporting locations
6) Important Preparation Information
REPORT: Please be careful and responsible for your own reporting locations and times. Many staff will report at different locations and different times. Beware of traffic and/or parking restrictions and plan your drives or bus rides ahead of time.
ATTIRE: Because we will be with college students, please dress nicer for this program - nice t-shirt, jacket, long pants, covered shoes.
HEALTH CARE ISLANDERS: Please come prepared with a background story as to how you became interested in healthcare and think about your journey, struggles, and advice you might give to the students. Be prepared to speak in front of the classroom on a microphone.
PHONE RULE: ABSOLUTELY NO PERSONAL USE OF PHONES DURING EVENT.
LANGUAGE: Please only speak ENGLISH with your students during this program.
EXCHANGING OF CONTACT INFORMATION: Because we will be exchanging with college students and adult nurses, it is legally okay to exchange contact information, but please be professional during the program.
EMERGENCIES: In case of any emergencies or questions contact Kevin at 808-209-5423 or 808-679-6776
8) Final Confirmation Required ASAP
Please fill out the brief form below to confirm that you have read and accepted the terms of participating in this exciting program.