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Nursing students return from studying overseas
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Megan DeNure uses a cone to listen to a babys heartbeat. She and fellow nursing student Natalie Huber learned to be resourceful during their recent three-week trip to India. (Photo submitted)
MONROE - Two Monroe natives now in nursing school recently returned to Wisconsin after three weeks in India, and they're planning to bring what they learned there about community health practices to their hometown hospital. Natalie Huber and Megan DeNure will graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh nursing program in May. They'll be doing the last four weeks of their program at Monroe Clinic, with Huber in the Intensive Care Unit and DeNure in the ER.