Duke University School of Nursing will host the 2019 Harriet Cook Carter Lecture on Monday, Feb. 4 at 3 p.m. in the Great Hall of the Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center. The keynote speaker is Ann Burgess, DNSc, APRN, BC, FAAN, professor of psychiatric mental health nursing at Boston College Connell School of Nursing and professor emerita from the University of Pennsylvania. She will present on “Have We Advanced? Rape Trauma Circa 2019.”
Two nursing students and three physicians recently joined the inaugural cohort for Duke’s National Clinician Scholars Program (NCSP). Dominique Bulgin, PhD student at Duke University School of Nursing and Sallie Allgood, PhD student at UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing; are among the participants in this cohort representing the first group of interdisciplinary medical researchers selected for the newly established Duke NCSP site.
Congratulations to all of the students who will participate in graduation exercises on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 11 a.m.
The graduation will be held at the Duke University Chapel located at 401 Chapel Drive in Durham, N.C. There will be a breakfast reception held at the School of Nursing from 8:30 until 10 a.m. prior to the ceremony.
At Duke, we bring curriculum to life for our students to help make connections between theory, practice and improving care for those we serve. In one of our ABSN courses, Gerontological Nursing—Caring for Older Adults and their Families, students learn about caring for an aging population and helping patients’ caregivers. Faculty employ three unique approaches to engage the minds and hearts of our students as they learn to care for vulnerable elders and their families.
This fall, we’re celebrating the 10th anniversary of our #1 ranked Doctor of Nursing Practice program.
Duke University School of Nursing was recently awarded the 2018 American Assembly of Men in Nursing (AAMN) Best School or College of Nursing Award. This award recognizes schools that demonstrate significant efforts in recruiting and providing a supportive educational environment for men in nursing.
One reviewer noted, “This nursing program demonstrated a clear commitment to gender diversity, corroborated by a litany of compelling numbers, chapter activity and strategic plans for future improvement.”
Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda, PhD, MPH, RN, CPH, FAAN, associate professor, was recently appointed as the Dorothy L. Powell Term Chair of Nursing.
Duke University School of Nursing Term Chairs recognize the accomplishments of an early career faculty member with exceptional promise in a program of research.
The Duke Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP) focuses on strengthening the capacity of health care providers to provide patient-centered coordinated care to the geriatric community. One of the ways that GWEP is supporting this initiative is through supporting gerontologically focused nurse practitioner fellows. The fellowship supports adult/gerontology nurse practitioners’ transition into practice and expands their leadership skills in the integration of geriatrics into primary care.
Duke University School of Nursing has been committed to investing resources in recruiting and graduating nurses from diverse populations in an effort to build a nursing workforce that reflects society.
The Academy for Academic and Social Enrichment and Leadership Development for Health Equity—more commonly known as the Health Equity Academy II (HEA II)—has been one of the programs at Duke created to support minority students in the ABSN program.