Beth Phillips, associate professor, did an interview for the Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching podcast.
Jennie De Gagne, professor, led the Korean translation of a book entitled "Teaching in Nursing and Role of the Educator: The Complete Guide to Best Practice in Teaching, Evaluation, and Curriculum Development" co-authored by Marilyn Oermann, professor; and Beth Phillips, associate professor.
Congratulations to Beth Phillips, associate professor; and Valerie Sabol, professor, on becoming our newest Certified Healthcare Simulation Educators.
Certification is through the Society for Simulation. It is a voluntary process of confirming the knowledge, skills and abilities essential to qualified individuals who are instructors or managers of simulation educational interventions. Healthcare simulation certification has benefits for learners, educators, health administrators and funders to ensure standards in simulation educational delivery.
Beth C. Phillips, associate professor, published an article entitled "Opportunities took her a long way. Planning is taking her even further!" in Reflections on Nursing Leadership, a publication of Sigma Theta Tau.
Beth Phillips, associate professor, collaborated on an educational study entitled "RN-to-BSN Students' Intent to Become Faculty: A Multisite Study" with colleagues from East Carolina University, University of North Carolina - Greensboro, and University of North Carolina - Wilmington.
Beth Phillips, PhD, RN, CNE, associate professor; has been named director of the Institute of Educational Excellence (IEE), the educational hub for faculty and staff development and new faculty orientation and on-boarding. She has served as interim director since August 2017.
Margie Molloy, assistant professor; and Beth Phillips, associate professor; recently worked at the Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) in Muscat, Oman where they participated in their undergraduate program’s exit exam OSCEs with graduating students. They also had several key meetings with faculty on topics such as simulation, preceptorships, curriculum development and MSN programs.
Marilyn Oermann, professor; Jennie De Gagne, associate professor; and Beth Phillips, associate professor; have co-edited a book entitled "Teaching in nursing and role of the educator: The complete guide to best practice in teaching, evaluation, and curriculum development (2nd edition)" that was recently awarded Book of the Year by the American Journal of Nursing (AJN) in the
Several members of the DUSON community recently attended the Duke MBA Health Care Conference 2018: Shaping the Future of Health Care. Curated by Duke's Fuqua School of Business Healthcare Club, the Duke MBA Health Care Conference brought together industry experts who are shaping the future of healthcare to share ideas, debate paths forward, foster learning and provoke conversations that matter.