Ann Michelle Hartman
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 DUSON cohort of Teaching for Equity Fellows Health Professions Educators: Nancy Crego, Valerie Sabol, Brigit Carter, Jennie De Gagne, Midge Bowers, Michelle Hartman, Jill Brennan-Cook, Sharron Rushton, Jen Graf-Perkins and Lisa Lewis!
On Thursday, May 24, Michelle Hartman will present "Universal Design in Nursing Education" at the Spring 2018 Teaching Conversations Series in Pearson 1011 from 12-1 p.m. as part of the Spring 2018 Teaching Conversations Series.
The 2018 Spring Teaching Conversations Series are sponsored by Duke University School of Nursing Institute for Educational Excellence and Duke University Health System Clinical Education and Professional Development.
Assistant Professor Michelle Hartman presented a poster entitled "Influence of Cultural Immersion on Spirituality" at the Nurse Educator Institute, April 18-20, in Branson, Missouri.
Assistant Professor Michelle Hartman gave a presentation entitled "Influence of Cultural Immersion on Healthcare Students’ Spirituality" at the STTI International Nursing Research Congress in Brisbane, Australia July 30 - August 3.
Michelle Hartman received an award for her Emmy Lou Tompkins Foundation proposal entitled "Raising Health, Raising Hope Higher" for a one-year period, August 1, 2012, to July 31, 2013, in the amount of $10,000.
Shelly Eisbach and Michelle Hartman shared their work with Tracey Yap in a presentation at the international Lilly Conference on College Teaching on November 17 in Oxford, Ohio. The presentation was entitled "Environmental Justice Bus Tour: An Andragogical Approach to Learning."
Duke University School of Nursing alumni who graduated in years ending in 3 or 8 will celebrate Reunion Weekend 2013 on Friday, April 12, and Saturday, April 13. Scheduled events include an open house, an awards presentation, the Distinguished Contributions to Nursing Science address, an update on the School of Nursing, a session with students, a moderated panel discussion, and a program on avoiding injuries while exercising.
A new partnership between Duke University School of Nursing and CAARE, Inc, aims to improve the health of homeless military veterans living in Durham.
Dr. Michelle Hartman, a Duke University School of Nursing Assistant Professor, and Dr. Donna Biederman, a Clinical Nurse Educator at the School of Nursing have joined forces with Dr. Sharon Elliot-Bynum, the Director of CAARE, Inc, as part a Civic Engagement Studio at the Duke Center for Civic Engagement (DCCE).
By: Michael Relf, PhD, RN, Associate Professor and Director of the Accelerated BSN Program, Duke University School of Nursing, and Michelle Hartman, DNP, RN, Assistant Professor, Duke University School of Nursing