The Duke Health Center for Interprofessional Education and Care (IPEC) staff had been together not even three months when COVID-19 arrived. Since March, the staff has not only pressed on to complete their strategic planning but also quickly noticed that the pandemic was a unique opportunity to assess interprofessional education within Duke Health.
Margory (Margie) Molloy
I am pleased to inform you that the following appointments, promotion and changes of status were approved for the School of Nursing during the June 12, 2020 Board of Trustees meeting. Please join me in congratulating our colleagues!
A cohort of 26 DNP Nurse Anesthesia students entered into the Center for Nursing Discovery (CND) on June 15, becoming the first group of students to set foot in the center in months.
While the students may have been remote, faculty and staff have remained active in the facility in order to ensure the students had a robust, virtual learning experience.
Meet 2020 Officers of Beta Epsilon
The IPEC staff will present the Lightning Talk abstract "'Bending with the Wind' to Ground New IPE Initiatives" for the August Nexus Summit 2020 program.
This year's annual awards ceremony presentation to celebrate the faculty, staff, and students of DUSON was held through Zoom on May 8 from 2:30 to 4 p.m.
Valerie Sabol, professor, introduced and concluded the ceremony, and the DUSON Nightingales chorus joined to lead the attendants in singing the Duke University alma mater. Dean Marion Broome and Valerie Howard, associate dean for Academic Affairs, were among the presenters.
The full stream can be viewed on the Duke Mediasite platform.
ABSN cohort was celebrated on April 20 through a virtual luncheon. More than 112 students, staff, and faculty from the program and from the general School of Nursing community signed in to the Zoom-based event.
The stream lasted almost 45 minutes, being kicked off by Michelle Hartman, assistant professor. Several faculty, staff, and students were recognized throughout the event.
Benjamin Smallheer and Margie Molloy, assistant professors, and Brett Morgan, Senior Director of Education and Practice with the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, presented at the American Association for Men in Nursing conference in Orlando, Florida on October 31. Their presentation was entitled "Addressing Gender-Associated Incivility Through Faculty Advancement."
Margie Molloy, assistant professor, is this year’s recipient of the Duke AHEAD Interprofessional Education Excellence award.