Jennie De Gagne

De Gagne Speaks in South Korea

GagneJennie De Gagne, professor, was recently invited by Ewha Woman's University College of Nursing in Seoul, South Korea to deliver two special lectures. The first was for 50 graduate students on “Dissemination of Scholarly Works and Research Findings,” and the second was on “Creativity in Nursing and Innovation in a Global Nursing Society” for 150 students presenting their global nursing project.

De Gagne, PhD Student Park, MSN Alumni Hall, DNP Student Yamane, Former Visiting Scholar Kim and Colleagues Publish Article in JMIR Medical Education

Hye YoungJennie De Gagne, associate professor; Hyeyoung Kate Park, PhD student; Katherine Hall, '17 MSN almuna; Sandra Yamane, DNP student; Sang Suk Kim, former visiting scholar 2017-2018; publish article entitled "Microlearning in Health Professions Education: Scoping Review" in JMIR Medical Education.  Co-authors include Amanda Woodward.


De Gagne and Colleagues Publish Article in International Neurourology Journal

Jennie De Gagne, associate professor, recently published an article entitled "Validity and Reliability of the Korean Version of the Women's Toileting Behavior Scale" in International Neurourology Journal. Co-authors include Aeyoung So of Gangneung-Wonju National University and Sunah Park of Gangneung-Wonju National University.


De Gagne Completes Harvard University's Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders Program

Jennie De Gagne, associate professor, recently completed Harvard University’s Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders Program. This program is designed for individuals to master core business concepts and build key skills in six subject areas, including leadership, strategy, communication, finance, marketing and negotiation.

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