The Institute for Educational Excellence recently announced the 2020-2022 Fellowship and 2020-2021 Grant awardees: Alison Edie, Rémi Hueckel, and Amie Koch.
Karin Reuter-Rice, associate professor; and Rémi Hueckel, assistant professor; are assuming leadership positions within the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) beginning in Feb. at the SCCM Congress in San Diego.
Reuter-Rice will be serving as the vice-chair (2019-2020) and chair (2021-2022) for the Society’s Scientific Review Committee. This position includes representation on the Discovery Grant Steering Committee.
Hueckel will be serving as the chair-elect for the SCCM Pediatric APRN Subcommittee.
Margie Molloy, Midge Bowers, Rémi Hueckel, staff member Raymond Brisson and colleagues from the School of Medicine MD, PA and PT programs Wayne Thomann, Melinda Blazar and Amy Pastva have been awarded a Duke AHEAD grant entitled “Where’s the Closest AED: An Interprofessional initiative to improve the ‘drop to shock’ interval on Duke University’s Campus." The team has been awarded $4,500 to assist in pursuing the proposed project.
Margie Molloy, Rémi M. Hueckel and Midge Bowers recently presented at the Duke AHEAD Health Professions Education Day.
Margie Molloy and Midge Bowers along with colleagues from the School of Medicine Physical Therapy program, Kyle Covington and Jeff Hoder presented two breakout sessions entitled "Elvis Has Left the Building”: A Relationship Building Interprofessional Simulation."
Susan Silva, Margie Molloy, Deidre Thornlow, Katherine Pereira, Alison Edie, Irene Felsman, Remi Hueckel, Angela Richard-Eaglin, AnnMarie Walton, Stephanie DeVane-Johnson and Ragan Johnson were recently accepted into the Teaching for Equity Fellows (TFEF) program for 2018-2019.
Three Duke University School of Nursing faculty members were recognized by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).
Dr. Rémi Hueckel received the AANP Nurse Practitioner State Award for Excellence in North Carolina. This is given annually to a nurse practitioner in each state who has demonstrated excellence in nurse practitioner (NP) clinical practice.
Today, Duke University School of Nursing faculty members Dr. Margaret “Midge” Bowers, Dr. Penny Cooper and Dr. Rémi Hueckel fill their days by teaching students, conducting research and working with patients. But once, these three women were first responders racing to accident scenes and urgent medical emergencies—not in an ambulance but in a Duke Life Flight helicopter. Each has more than a decade of experience working as a flight nurse. Dr. Bowers was part of the crew from 1988 to 1999, Dr. Cooper from 1990 to 2000 and Dr. Hueckel from 1998 to 2000.
Rémi Hueckel and Paula Tanabe have been invited to join the 2014 cohort of the Chancellor’s Clinical Leadership in Academic Medicine Program (CCHAMP). CCHAMP is administered over a six-month period and includes an orientation and kick-off dinner, followed by six full-day sessions, one half-day session and a concluding graduation session at which group presentations are made and program certificates awarded.