Brigit Carter was recently invited to speak at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Conference on "Leading Across Differences: Advancing Diversity and Inclusion in Nursing Education... Focusing on Promising Practices."
Brigit Carter was one of 11 featured speakers for the TEDxDuke 2017: Uncharted Waters at the Reynolds Industries Theater. Carter spoke at the event about institutional inequity and creating spaces for diversity in nursing.
Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) is holding its annual Nursing Reunion Weekend April 6-7 with more than 100 alumni representing years ending in 2 and 7 along with the Half Century Club, faculty, staff and students expected to attend.
During the Alumni Luncheon Celebration, our distinguished alumni, faculty and friends will be recognized and awarded for their significant contributions to the School and the nursing community at large. This year’s award recipients are:
Distinguished Alumnus Award
Danett Cantey published her first manuscript, titled "Student-developed simulations: Enhancing cultural awareness and understanding social determinants of health" in the April 2017 issue of Journal of Nursing Education. Co-authors include Schenita Randolph, Margie Molloy, Brigit Carter and Michael Cary.
Anne Derouin and Brigit Carter recently published an article entitled "Substance Use Education in Schools of Nursing: A Systematic Review of Literature" in the Nurse Educator. Co-authors include experts from Duke University, Illinois State University, the University of Maryland, Boston College, Washington State University, and the University of Central Arkansas.
It is with extreme pleasure that I announce good news - that Dr. Brigit Carter has won the 2017 Duke University Blue Ribbon Diversity Award. This annual award is one of Duke’s highest employee honors for faculty and staff who consistently demonstrate respect and value for differing backgrounds and points of view.
Brigit Carter was recently honored at the Blue Ribbons Awards Recognition Luncheon at the Doris Duke Center, Sarah P. Duke Gardens. She recently won the Duke University Blue Ribbon Diversity Award, one of Duke’s highest employee honors for faculty and staff who consistently demonstrate respect and value for differing backgrounds and points of view. Pictured are: Dean Broome, Brigit Carter and President Price.
Clinical Nurse Educator Danett Cantey recently presented a poster presentation entitled: "Student-Developed Simulations: Enhancing Understanding of Cultural Awareness and Social Determinants of Health (SDH)" at the Center for Life Long Learning at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing. Co-authors of the poster include: Margie Molloy, Michael Cary, Brigit Carter and Schenita Randolph.
I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Brigit Carter, PhD, RN, CCRN, as DUSON’s first Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion (ADDI), effective July 1, 2018. The snow did not deter Dr. Carter’s interview day earlier this month and evaluative input from faculty, staff and students confirmed strong support for Dr. Carter’s appointment as ADDI. One goal of the People and Environment focus area of our strategic plan is to advance all dimensions of diversity and inclusiveness as essential components of excellence at DUSON. I am confident and excited about the leadership Dr.
Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) recently announced the appointment of Brigit Carter, PhD, MSN, RN, CCRN, as its first Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion (ADDI).
The role of Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion was created to strengthen and enhance the diverse community. DUSON’s core values actively promote diversity, inclusion and the valuing of differences that exist in the community.