Brett Morgan

DNP Alumna Covington, Muckler, Morgan and Colleagues Publish Article in Gastroenterology Nursing

Cameron Covington, DNP'18; Chris Muckler, associate professor; and Brett Morgan, assistant professor; recently published an article entitled "Improving Emergency Airway Knowledge and Self-Efficacy Levels of Outpatient Gastroenterology Staff via Implementation of Online Education and In Situ Simulation" in Gastroenterology Nursing. Co-authors include Linda Sheldon, a nurse anesthetist in Raleigh, NC; and Regina Alexander of Wake/Clayton Endoscopy Centers.

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DNP Alumna Yan, Morgan, Thompson, Smallheer and Colleagues Publish Article in Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing

Wendy Yan, DNP '18; Brett Morgan, assistant professor; Julie Thompson, research associate/statistical consultant; and Benjamin Smallheer, assistant professor; recently published an article entitled "A Quality Improvement Project to Increase Adherence to a Pain, Agitation, and Delirium Protocol in the Intensive Care Unit" in Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. Co-authors include Peter Berry of Duke Raleigh Hospital and Mary Matthys of Duke Raleigh Hospital. 

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Spring 2019 Teaching Conversations: Addressing Perceived Barriers for Male Nursing Students

On Thursday, May 2, Margie Molloy, assistant professor; Helen Gordon, assistant professor; Brett Morgan, assistant professor; and Benjamin Smallheer, assistant professor; will present "Addressing Perceived Barriers for Male Nursing Students" at the Spring 2019 Teaching Conversations Series in Pearson 1011 from 12 until 1 p.m. 

The 2019 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.

DNP Alumna Snell, Morgan and Colleagues Publish Article in the Journal of Christian Nursing

Sarah Snell, DNP '17; and Brett Morgan, assistant professor; recently published an article entitled "Treating Chronic Nonmalignant Pain Evidence and Faith-Based Approaches" in the Journal of Christian Nursing. Co-authors include Tia Hughes of the Adventist University of Health Sciences, Carolyn Fore of the Adventist University of Health Sciences and Roy Lukman of the Adventist University of Health Sciences. 

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DNP Alumnus Herring, Morgan, Thompson, Blood-Siegfried and Colleagues Publish Article in the Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing

Christopher Herring, DNP '18; Brett Morgan, assistant professor; Julie Thompson, research associate/statistical consultant; and Jane Blood-Siegfried, professor; recently published an article entitled "Virtual Orientation of Volunteer Short-Term International Health Teams to Increase Self-Confidence and Cultural and Global Health Competence"

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