Dean Marion E. Broome recently presented on "Implementation of a Strategic Plan: The devil is in the details" at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Faculty Nurse Scholars meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.
Marion E. Broome was a co-presenter for a plenary session at the research-focused doctorate pre-conference at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Doctoral Conference in San Diego, CA. The talk was entitled "The Future of Nursing Science."
During the Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) conference that took place February 22 to 24, 2017, in Dallas, Texas, Marion E. Broome gave a presentation with five other deans from Southern University entitled “Navigating an Academic Career in a Research Intensive School of Nursing.” She was also a member of the editor’s panel during the Meet the Editors Networking Session. Marilyn Hockenberry was the keynote speaker for the conference.
Marion E. Broome and DNP students LaMonica Hunter and Ashley Moore recently visited with congressmen and women to speak for health needs of North Carolina residents. During their visit they talked about NIH funding and Title VIII program cuts and how essential these are to preparing APRNS and faculty for the future as well as preparing a diverse workforce.
Congressman Walter B. Jones who represents the Third Congressional District of North Carolina shared a photo with Broome, Hunter and Moore that he tweeted from his Twitter account.
Marion E. Broome, Eun-Ok Im and Michael Relf recently traveled to Korea to meet with nursing leaders form the Colleges of Nursing at the Catholic University of Korea, Yonsei University, Seoul National University and Chang Gung University of Science and Technology in Taiwan. The purpose of the visit was to explore potential areas of collaboration.
The DUSON team also presented:
Dean Marion Broome recently published an article entitled "Organizational intellectual capital and the role of the nurse manager: A proposed conceptual model" in Nursing Outlook. Co-authors include experts from Indiana University School of Nursing.
Dean Marion Broome recently published an article entitled "CYP2D6 drug-gene and drug-drug-gene interactions among patients prescribed pharmacogenetically actionable opioids" in Applied Nursing Research. Co-authors include experts from the University of Pittsburgh and Indiana University.
Dean Marion Broome, Eleanor Stevenson and Michael Relf recently presented at the second international nursing conference "Transforming Nursing Future: Technology, Innovation and Collaboration" organized by the College of Nursing at Sultan Qaboos University in Oman.
Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) recently announced the appointment of Brigit Carter, PhD, MSN, RN, CCRN, as its first Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion (ADDI).
The role of Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion was created to strengthen and enhance the diverse community. DUSON’s core values actively promote diversity, inclusion and the valuing of differences that exist in the community.
Dean Marion E. Broome recently published an article entitled "Refinement of a Conceptual Model for Adolescent Readiness to Engage in End-of-Life Discussions" in Cancer Nursing. Co-authors include experts from Wayne State University, Indiana University, Children's National Health System and University of Florida.