Fall 2016

Marion BroomeIn This Issue
Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the Nursing Leadership Exchange.  As another academic year is well underway, we here at Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) are hard at work bringing to life our vision of "Together transforming the future of nursing, to advance health with individuals, families and communities." (Read more)


Emerging LeadersNew Staff Development Program Invests in Future Leaders
Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) is leading efforts to develop staff by preparing them for advancement in their careers. The DUSON Emerging Leaders Program was created through a collaboration between DUSON Human Resources and the Duke University Learning and Organizational Development Office. (Read more)


Global course participantsA Global Experience: Bringing the World to DUSON
Duke University School of Nursing's (DUSON) Office of Global and Community Health Initiatives recently welcomed 21 students representing Barbados, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands and the Philippines. These students were joined by seven DUSON students for the inaugural two-week N555 course entitled “Exploring Patterns of Global Health and Illness.” (Read more)


CNR Areas of ExcellenceLeading and Accelerating Nursing Science
The Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) Center for Nursing Research, and its faculty have been busy helping with research that focuses on optimizing health across the spectrum. In the past six months, more than $17 million in extramural funding has been awarded for faculty research. (Read more)


DUSON 360: Endocrinology Specialty
Kathryn Kreider talks about the new endocrinology specialty at Duke University School of Nursing, the first of its kind in the nation, and how it will benefit nurses and society. (Watch video)

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