Marion Broome

PhD Student Nikpour and Dean Broome Receive NCSBN Award

Jacqueline NikpourPhD student Jackie Nikpour and her faculty sponsor Dean Marion Broome received an award for her National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) proposal entitled "Influence of Provider Type and Patient Characteristics on Chronic Pain Management in Veterans with Lower Back Pain." This award is for a one-year period from January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020. This project was awarded at $29,950.

Dean Broome, Pan, Xu and Padilla Present at 2019 SINO-US Nursing Forum in Shanghai

Broome at Sino-US Nursing ForumMarion E. Broome, dean and Ruby Wilson Professor of Nursing for Duke University School of Nursing; vice chancellor for Nursing Affairs for Duke University; and associate vice president for Academic Affairs for Nursing for Duke University Health System; Wei Pan, associate professor; Hanzhang Xu, medical instructor; and Iris Padilla, assistant professor, recently presented at the 2019 Sino-US Nursing Forum in Shanghai.

Dean Broome Receives Margaret Comerford Freda Award

Marion E. Broome, Dean and Ruby Wilson Professor of Nursing, Duke University School of Nursing; Vice Chancellor for Nursing Affairs, Duke University; Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs for Nursing, Duke University Health System, received the Margaret Comerford Freda Award for Editorial Leadership in Nursing Publication. The award recognizes outstanding achievements or contributions by an editor in pursuit of excellence in nursing publication.

The award was presented at the International Nurse Authors and Editors Conference in Calgary, Canada.

Dean Broome and Colleagues Publish Op-Ed in the Fayetteville Observer

Marion E. Broome, Dean and Ruby Wilson Professor of Nursing, Duke University School of Nursing; Vice Chancellor for Nursing Affairs, Duke University; Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs for Nursing, Duke University Health System; recently co-authored an Op-Ed entitled "OPINION: Without nurses, who will care?" in the Fayetteville Observer. Co-authors include Mollie E. Aleshire, Sharona Johnson and Peggy Wilmoth.

"Looming nursing shortage is a national crisis; NC will be hard hit.

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