Michael Relf

Oermann Receives President's Award and Howard and Relf Inducted as Fellows at NLN Conference

Congratulations to Marilyn Oermann, professor, on receiving the 2019 National League for Nursing President's Award, and Valerie Howard, associate dean for Academic Affairs; and Michael Relf, associate dean for Global and Community Health Affairs, on being inducted as Fellows of the NLN Academy of Nursing Education.

The NLN President's Award reflects the priority the NLN gives to publicly recognizing leadership at a time and place designed to convey its importance to the widest possible audience of colleagues and peers in nursing education.

DUSON Welcomes Students from 9 Countries for Global Health Course

Duke University School of Nursing welcomes international students from Barbados, China, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Oman, Philippines, Taiwan and the United States. The students are joining the Duke community for a two-week course, Exploring Global Patterns of Health and Illness. International participants are joined by three DUSON ABSN students and one DUSON MSN student.

Relf, Pan, Amarasekara and Colleagues Publish Article in JAIDS

Sathya AmarasekaraMichael Relf, associate dean for global and community health affairs; Wei Pan, associate professor; and Sathya Amarasekara, statistician III; recently published an article entitled "Discrimination, Medical Distrust, Stigma, Depressive Symptoms, Antiretroviral Medication Adherence, Engagement in Care, and Quality of Life Among Women Living With HIV in North Caroli

Relf and Colleague Receive Award for Multi-PI NIH R21 Application

Congratulations to Michael Relf, associate dean for global and community health affairs; and Laura Nyblade, of RTI International; who have received an award for their Multi-PI - NIH R21 application entitled “Acceptability of an Internalized Stigma Reduction Intervention among Women Living with HIV in Tanzania.” This proposal requests funding for a two-year period with a start date of April 15, 2019.

Relf Receives Award for CFAR Proposal

Congratulations to Michael Relf, associate dean for global and community health affairs, and his entire team who have received an award for his Duke Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) proposal entitled “Testing the Acceptability of an Internalized Stigma Reduction Intervention Among Women Living with HIV (WLWH) in Rwanda." The project dates for this award is Feb. 1, 2019 to Jan. 31, 2020 and was awarded $60,000.

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