Brenda Nevidjon

Schneider, Nevidjon, Bailey and Walton Participate in ONS NC Advocacy Day

The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) recently hosted North Carolina Advocacy Day 2018.

Susan Schneider gave the opening remarks highlighting the goals of the ONS Center for Advocacy and Health Policy, Brenda Nevidjon presented "Advocacy: If not you, Who?; If not now, When?" Chip Bailey presented "Advocating for Health Policy as an ONS Board Member" and AnnMarie Walton presented "Advocating for Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs." 

Nevidjon Elected President-Elect of International Society of Nursing in Cancer Care Board of Directors

Professor Brenda Nevidjon has been elected President-Elect of the International Society of Nursing in Cancer Care (ISNCC) Board of Directors for a two-year term beginning July 1, 2012. ISNCC is an international membership organization dedicated to improving the health and well-being of people at risk for or living with cancer, promoting the nurse’s role in improving cancer care, and developing nursing leadership in cancer care delivery.

Nevidjon Invited Plenary Speaker at Inaugural International Nursing Summit

Brenda Nevidjon presented an invited plenary speech on October 23 entitled "Advanced Practice Nursing: The United States Experience" at the inaugural International Oncology Nursing Summit Forum in Tianjin, China sponsored by the Nursing Department of the Hospital Administration Institution in the Health Ministry of China and Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute and Hospital.

Duke, Fudan Co-sponsor International Forum on Global Health, Nursing

Duke University School of Nursing and Fudan University School of Nursing in China are co-sponsoring an international forum March 10-11, 2013, in Shanghai, China, entitled “Global Health and Nursing—Fudan/Duke Joint International Nursing Forum.” Three themes will be the focus of the forum: long-term care development, nursing professional development, and evidence-based nursing policymaking.

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