MSN faculty members Remi Hueckel, Melanie Mabrey, Valerie Sabol, and Midge Bowers have been selected for induction as Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP) and will be inducted at the Association's annual conference in Nashville, Tenn., this summer.
Margaret (Midge) Bowers
Four Duke University School of Nursing faculty members have been selected for induction as Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP). Drs. Rémi Hueckel, Melanie Mabrey, Valerie Sabol and Margaret “Midge” Bowers will be inducted at the Association’s annual conference in Nashville on June 19.
The research findings of several faculty members and a PhD student will be presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2014 in Chicago, Ill., November 15-19, 2014.
Several of our faculty members presented posters at the Duke AHEAD event "Celebration of Education: Cultivating Meaningful Collaboration" spotlighting health professions educators and their remarkable innovations and achievements:
Several faculty members and students represented Duke University School of Nursing at the American Association of Nurse Practitioners annual conference in New Orleans, La. AANP has nearly 60,000 members.
Midge Bowers and Iris Padilla presented at the annual American Association of Nurse Practitioners Conference in New Orleans, La. Bowers' presentation was entitled "Same Day Access Clinic: A Shift in Acute Heart Failure Care" and Padilla's presentation was entitled "Using the Chronic Care Model as An Approach to Diabetes Care."
The conference is attended by more than 5,000 nurse practitioners.
Join me in congratulating Margaret "Midge" Bowers on her recent promotion approved by the Duke University Board of Trustees. Bowers was promoted from assistant clinical professor to associate clinical professor in the School of Nursing effective Dec. 1.
Margaret Midge Bowers along with Catherine Gilliss, Bradi Granger, MSN student Sarah Baxt, and MSN alumni Carilin Meggitt publish article entitled "Implementing Electronic Tablet-based Education of Acute Care Patients" in the February issue of Critical Care Nurse.