On Nov. 10, Dean Broome sponsored a tent for the Duke vs. UNC Football game. Here, Dean Broome is pictured with (L-R) MSN student Barbara Prescott, MSN student Taylor Milbrath, Dean Broome and MSN student Sarah Davidson.
DUSON partnered with the Pratt School of Engineering and the School of Medicine for an event in Washington D.C. focusing on an innovative partnership between the three schools. The purpose of this event was to highlight the research, innovation, and entrepreneurship at Duke University that resulted in the creation of a patient mobility product, Zephyr Mobility.
A large number of individuals from the DUSON community recently participated in the 2018 Asian American/Pacific Islander Nurses Association (AAPINA) Annual Conference "Local to Global: Future Directions for Research on Health Disparities."
Dean Marion Broome gave the opening remarks and held a special session with five speakers from five countries. Eun-Ok Im is president-elect and was the program chair for the conference and Hyeoneui Kim was the conference chair.
Dean Marion E. Broome and Eun-Ok Im recently co-hosted the Asian Women's Leadership Workshop, sponsored by OGACHI at DUSON.
The workshop had five deans or former deans from five countries and included a panel presentation entitled "Future Leaders for Nursing in Asia: Opportunities and Challenges."
Dean Marion E. Broome recently delivered the keynote address entitled "Quality Matters: All Nurses Using Evidence to Lead" at the graduation of The Texas Christian University (TCU) 2017-2018 TCU Evidence Based Practice Fellows.
Register now for the upcoming Asian American/ Pacific Islander Nurses Association, Inc. (AAPINA) 15th Annual International Nursing Conference from Sept. 22-23 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Durham, NC. The theme of this conference is "Local to Global: Future Directions for Research on Health Disparities."
Nursing Outlook was recently honored as one of 13 journals inducted into the International Academy of Nursing Editors (iNANE) Journal Hall of Fame at the International Academy of Nurse Authors and Editors meeting in Boston. All 13 journals had at least 50 years of continuously publishing in their fields.
Dean Marion E. Broome was recently featured in an article entitled "Duke Among Universities Increasing Number of Women Deans" published in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.
The number of women in leadership positions at Duke University will increase this fall after it was announced that seven of the university’s 10 deans will be female.
Originally, eight deans were set to head their respective schools, but the divinity dean stepped down this month and was replaced by a male faculty member.