Student nurses who have taken part in a healthcare exchange programme are being urged to help mark its 25th anniversary.
The partnership between Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and Houston Baptist University in Texas has allowed north-east students to travel across to America.
This year it will mark a quarter of a century by bringing those who have participated together to discuss their experience.
Kristin Jackson-Brown, the Grampian-Houston Association’s exchange co-ordinator, said: “We want to contact them to invite them to a get-together on May 16.”
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Former participants who have not yet been in touch should contact nursing lecturer Katie Baxter on email@example.com.
A dinner will also be held to mark the official twinning relationship between the Grampian Region and Houston on May 22.