Marion Broome

Dean Broome Receives Honorary Degree from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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; was recently awarded an honorary degree, Doctor of Science in Nursing Leadership, from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

She is the first nursing leader awardee for the University and accepted her honorary degree at the 2019 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Black Commencement Ceremony. 

Dean Broome and Colleague Publish Article in Nursing Outlook

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 published an article entitled "Improving representation of nurses in the media" in Nursing Outlook. Sandy Summers of The Truth About Nursing in Baltimore, MD is a co-author of this article. 

DNP Alumna Obenrader, Broome, Yap and Colleague Publish Article in the Journal of Emergency Nursing

Connie Obenrader, DNP '16; Marion E. Broome, Dean of the School of Nursing; Vice Chancellor for Nursing Affairs, Duke University; and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs for Nursing, Duke University Health System; and Tracey Yap, associate professor; recently published an article entitled "Changing Team Member Perceptions by Implementing TeamSTEPPS in an Emergency Department" in the Journal of Emergency Nursing. Florame Jamison is a co-author of this article. 

Abstract

Bringing Population Health into Focus

Health care delivery in the United States is undergoing a paradigm shift, and Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) and Duke University Health System (DUHS), are on the forefront of that shift. Following a trend begun over the last several years by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), private insurers are starting to move away from fee-for-service and toward value-based care. This change in payer model parallels a shift toward a population health approach to health care.

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