Many children experience anxiety when visiting health care providers (e.g. doctors and nurses). However, research shows that children can benefit from evidenced based educational interventions on common medical procedures such as checkups (e.g. having their blood pressure taken and their lungs listen to) and vaccinations. This community engagement project will mobilize knowledge through a specially designed health education intervention for preschool children called the “Teddy Bear Clinic”. The purpose of participation in the clinic will be for preschool children to become familiar with the medical equipment used to conduct a physical assessment (e.g., stethoscope, blood pressure cuff) and equipment used to administer vaccinations (e.g. alcohol swab, syringe). The children will admit their teddy bear to the clinic, and their teddy bear will be assessed by senior nursing students (during the assessment the children can see and touch the medical equipment). This project will engage senior undergraduate nursing students to assist with the design, implementation, and evaluation of the Teddy Bear Clinic. Nursing students will have an opportunity to learn about the principles of health education and normal childhood development. While the preschool aged children will learn about common medical procedures and become familiar with the equipment used.