The Transforming Nursing Education conference that is sponsored by the Duke University School of Nursing’s Institute for Education Excellence, and all are invited to attend.
Member Marilyn Oermann was the keynote speaker at the California Associate Degree Nursing Deans and Directors Leadership Conference recently. She presented "Are Nurse Faculty Prepared for the Roles" and also led a plenary session "Gear Up for Program Evaluation."
The Duke University Direct Observation and Interprofessional Clinic recently treated its 1,000th patient! Duke University schools of nursing and medicine faculty members and students care for patients in this after-hours clinic, which is open four days a week from 5 to 9 p.m.
Yesterday, Vice Dean of Education of the School of Medicine, Dr. Buckley announced that after a national search AHEAD Steering Committee member Megan von Isenburg, MSLS, AHIP, Associate Director for Research and Education for the Duke Medical Center Library and Archives, will be the next Associate Dean.
The inaugural cohorot of the Certificate in Health Professions Education & Teaching program celebrated the completion of the program with a reception and project presentations on January 23, 2017.
The School of Medicine is soliciting nominations for the Master Clinician/Teacher Award, which is a class of awards for faculty that has been created for the purpose of honoring individuals for superlative accomplishments and service in the area of Medical School/Medical Center teaching. The int
Three scholarships are available for the nationally-recognized “Teaching and Leading EBM” Workshop, which will be held at Duke Health from April 4-7, 2017. These scholarships are reserved for residents, fellows, and faculty who can bring EBM back to Duke academic and residency programs.
On Dec 1 & 2, 2016, Durham VA Health Care System (HCS) offered the VISN 6 Interprofessional Geriatric Conference to interprofessional staff from seven VA hospitals. This educational initiative was sponsored by the Elderly Care in Hospital (ECHo) Program, led by Dr. Cristina Hendrix, and the Durham VA Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center (GRECC), led by Dr. Kenneth Schmader, Professor of Medicine and Chief, Division of Geriatrics, Duke University Medical Center. Both of them served as faculty in the conference. The interprofessional program is a hybrid (online and face-to-face) educational program that introduces healthcare providers to the basic principles of geriatric nursing.
We're proud to announce office hours to help our members through the "Distinguished" and "Fellow" member applications.
The Center for Nursing Discovery’s (CND) simulation program was granted accreditation by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.