Brigit Carter gave a dissemination presentation entitled "Lived Experience: Strategies to Successfully Recruit and Support Culturally Diverse Nursing Students in Accelerated BSN Programs" during the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing’s Cultural Competency in Our Diverse Society: Increasing the Nursing Workforce Diversity Pipeline conference, September 25-26, 2014.
PhD student Mariam Kayle co-authored an article entitled "Evaluation of a Sickle Cell Disease Educational Website for Emergency Providers" in the Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal. Co-authors included faculty members Jill Brennan-Cook, Brigit Carter, Anne Derouin, Susan Silva, and Paula Tanabe.
For decades Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) has been committed to investing resources in recruiting and graduating nurses from diverse populations in an effort to help build a nursing workforce that reflects society.
The Academy for Academic and Social Enrichment and Leadership Development for Health Equity also known as the Health Equity Academy (HEA) has been one program at Duke aimed at supporting minority students in the Accelerated BSN (ABSN) program.
Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) recently held its first Arnold P. Gold Foundation-American Association of Colleges of Nursing (Gold-AACN) White Coat Ceremony with more than 70 accelerated bachelor of science in nursing (ABSN) students to celebrate Commitment to Excellence.
As DUSON begins the strategic plan implementation process, we know that a clear vision is of utmost importance as we, faculty, staff, and students, engage and enroll in the process.
In an effort to provide continuous communication to promote our strategic plan goals, strategies and process, the Monday Update will include feature articles on various aspects of the implementation process.
Marilyn Hockenberry, Cheryl Rodgers, Sharron Docherty, Debra Brandon and Brigit Carter contributed to the 10th edition of Wong's Essentials of Pediatric Nursing textbook. Hockenberry served as the senior editor, a role she's had since the sixth edition. Rodgers also served as an editor. Docherty and Brandon contributed to the textbook and Carter was a reviewer for the book.
The textbook is one of the most used pediatric nursing textbooks in the United States and its been translated into many languages.
Brigit Carter is one of 15 multidisciplinary leaders selected for the George Washington University Leaders for Health Equity (LHE) Fellowship program. The purpose of the program is to develop global leaders who understand the drivers of inequity in populations within the United States and globally, and have the knowledge, skills, and courage to build more equitable health systems and organizations.
Dean Marion E. Broome and DUSON senior leaders were recently invited guests of Duke Raleigh Hospital. While visiting the hospital the group toured the facility and discussed possible areas of collaboration.
Thanks to our friends at Duke Raleigh Hospital for the hospitality. We are looking forward to working with you!
Pictured from left to right: Janice Humphreys, Michael Zychowicz, Brigit Carter, Sara Syvinski, Kathy Pereria, Dean Broome, Holly Bradicich, Ramona Basnight, Jennifer Loftis, Priscilla Ramseur.
Brigit Carter is a one of 11 featured speakers for the TEDxDuke 2017: Uncharted Waters on March 4 at 12 p.m. at the Reynolds Industries Theater. Carter will be speaking at the event about institutional inequity and creating spaces for diversity in nursing.
Cost: Duke Students - free; faculty/non-duke students - $10; and general admission - $15
Brigit Carter and Anne Derouin will be presenters for the Duke Community & Family Medicine Grand Rounds entitled "Practicing What We Teach: Real-World Strategies That Increase Student Social Determinants of Health Knowledge for Application in Health Care" on Tuesday, March 14, from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Hanes House, room 131.
Continuing education is available. Lunch will be provided for those who RSVP.