Anne Derouin

Carter, Derouin and Colleagues Contribute to Health Equity Curricular Toolkit

Brigit Carter, associate dean for diversity and inclusion; and Anne Derouin, associate professor; recently contributed to the "Health Equity Curricular Toolkit" published by the American Academy of Family Physicians on their website. Co-authors of this toolkit include experts from Duke University School of Medicine as well as other renowned universities, institutes and centers in the country. 

DNP Alumna Curry, Derouin, Thompson, Stevenson and Colleagues Publish Article in Women's Healthcare

Rachel Curry, DNP '19; Anne Derouin, associate professor; Julie Thompson, research and statistical associate; and Eleanor Stevenson, associate professor; recently published an article entitled "A QI project to assess the feasibility of using One Key Question® in retail health clinics" in Women's Healthcare. Co-authors include Katherine Kenny and Debra Goulding.

This article was featured in the DNP Projects: Spotlight on Practice section of the journal. 

D-CHIPP Community Partner Spotlight: Durham TRY

Twenty years ago, when Wanda Boone, DTh, executive director of Durham Together for Resilient Youth (Durham TRY) was working for a company that conducted drug screening tests for employers, she was concerned by the number of employees who were failing their tests. Boone was—and still is—the only African American to serve as a Senior Director of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs at the national level and co-created an instant drug screening test.

Beta Epsilon Chapter Sponsors Panel Discussion "Addressing the ADD/ADHD Crisis on College Campuses"

On Sept. 26 there will be a panel discussion on "Collaboration of Health Care Professionals to Address ADD/ADHD Crisis on College Campuses" in Pearson 1026. The panel discussion will take place from 6 until 7 p.m. and will feature Anne Derouin, Jean Hanson, Shelly Holmer, Andrew Muzyk and Charles Sanders as panel participants. 

Derouin and Gonzalez-Guarda Receive CTSI Award

Congratulations to Anne Derouin, Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda and their entire team who have received an award from the Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI), Population Heath Improvement for their application entitled "Achieving Health Hand in Hand (AHHH): Promoting Community Resilience Across Sectors in Durham, NC." This project has been awarded $25,000 for a one-year period with a start date of July 1, 2018.


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