Virtual Intercultural Competency Training Using Basic AI Models

The Virtual Intercultural Competency Training project was proposed following cancellation of the mobility exchange program due to Covid-19. To maintain our partnership with Kamuzu College of Nursing in Malawi, and to explore an alternative method for Intercultural Competency Training, a collaborative virtual exchange was organized. The development of intercultural competence is a program exit competency for all graduating nursing students. Through a series of online workshops immediate responses were given to students using basic AI templates and feedback and we collected information from our students as well as nursing students in Malawi using traditional electronic means to maximize virtual discourse.

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