News for Faculty and Staff

  • Friday, November 1, 2019

    Eun-Ok Im, Associate Dean for Research Development and Regulatory Affairs, is one of four national leaders appointed to the NIH's National Advisory Council for Nursing Research. The NACNR meets three times a year on the NIH campus to provide recommendations on the direction and support of the research that forms the evidence base for nursing practice.

  • Thursday, October 31, 2019

    Beth C. Phillips, associate professor, published an article entitled "Opportunities took her a long way. Planning is taking her even further!" in Reflections on Nursing Leadership, a publication of Sigma Theta Tau.

  • Thursday, October 31, 2019

    Marilyn Oermann, professor, spoke at two prestigious engagements this October.

    She was the Visiting Nurse Scientist at East Carolina University College of Nursing, in Greenville, NC. She delivered the Siegfried Lowin Lecture, entitled “Nursing Education Research: Current State and Future Needs.” She also gave a presentation entitled "Writing Journal Manuscripts: Tips to get Published."

  • Wednesday, October 30, 2019

    DUSON recently hosted its first-ever recognition event for community partners in Durham and surrounding areas. Community partner organizations assist DUSON in a variety of ways, from opening their doors as clinical placement sites to collaborating on community-based participatory research, and working together with us to further community health.

  • Wednesday, October 30, 2019

    Eighteen DUSON administrators have been trained as Harassment Prevention Advisors to help students with harassment concerns or complaints. If you believe that you are experiencing harassment or have questions or concerns about harassment, please contact the HPA of your choice.

    For the full list of Harassment Prevention Advisors, and to learn more, click here.

  • Wednesday, October 30, 2019

    DUSON's own Charnetta Cooper also works Duke football and basketball games, and she was recently recognized for her excellent customer service.

  • Tuesday, October 29, 2019

    Hyeoneui Kim, associate professor, published an article entitled "Representing Nursing Data With Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources: Early Lessons Learned With a Use Case Scenario on Home-Based Pressure Ulcer Care" in the journal Computers, Informatics, Nursing. The article was co-authored with Amanda Eltz, a nurse at Duke Raleigh Hospital.

  • Tuesday, October 29, 2019

    Several DNP students had health-related op-eds published in their local newspapers as part of their Nursing 962 class:

    Marilyn Akyea published a piece entitled "Veterans Deserve Better Care for Dental Services" in the Fayetteville Observer.

  • Tuesday, October 29, 2019

    Kudos to associate professor Ryan Shaw and Duke professor Jane Pendergast and their entire team for the submission of their NIH/NHLBI U24 MPI application entitled: "Log2Lose: Incenting Weight Loss and Dietary Self-Monitoring in Real Time to Improve Weight Management." This proposal requests funding for a 5 year period with a start date of July 1, 2020.

  • Tuesday, October 29, 2019

    The Office of Global and Community Health Initiatives (OGACHI) welcomed a delegation from one of its partner organizations, Teamwork City of Hope (TCOH), on October 28.

  • Tuesday, October 29, 2019

    “Point of Care” is a new monthly speaker series, sponsored by Duke-Margolis Center for Healh Policy and Blue Cross NC, that provides a national stage for thought leaders in health care delivery, payment, and reform to share their ideas, discuss new approaches, and comment on emerging health reforms.

  • Tuesday, October 29, 2019

    You’re sitting at home and suddenly, your phone stops working. No data, no phone calls, no text messages. You call Sprint and they tell you that your SIM card has been activated on a new device. Confused, you start logging into your accounts online and find that your passwords no longer work. And your bank account has been drained. What’s going on?

    Chances are, you’ve been hacked. A SIM Swap fraud is one of the fastest growing forms of cyber-crime across the world, and it works because we have become so dependent on our mobile phones.

    How does a SIM Swap work?

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