- Duke University School of Nursing
- Steering Committee Member
Anne Derouin, DNP, APRN, CPNP, FAANP is currently the Lead Faculty for the PNP-Primary Care/MSN program at Duke University School of Nursing. She has provided adolescent primary care services at Community and School-based Health Centers affiliated with Duke’s Department of Community and Family Medicine for nearly two decades.
Derouin serves as the North Carolina Advocacy Chair for National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP), is considered an adolescent clinical expert, serving on Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine (SAHM) and as the co-chair for the Adolescent Special Interest Group of NAPNAP, participating in pediatric, school-based health and advanced nursing practice advocacy efforts at state and federal levels. She’s been selected for advocacy Fellowships in for several professional organizations including the School-based Health Alliance (formally National Assembly of School-based Health Centers), Nurse in Washington Internship (NIWI), Shot@Life (World Health Organization’s global vaccine efforts), and as a Faculty Policy Intensive Fellow for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN). She was elected to the National Executive Committee of NAPNAP in 2018.
Dr. Derouin joined the DUSON faculty in 2011, received her BSN in 1989 from the University of Michigan, earned her MSN in 2000 and DNP in 2010, both from DUSON, and was a member of the School’s inaugural DNP cohort. She has also been a frequent guest lecturer on adolescent topics for the Community and Family Medicine and Pediatrics departments at Duke and is on the faculty of the MBS program at the School of Medicine.
Dr. Derouin has served as President of the North Carolina School Community Health Alliance. She serves on the Executive Team of the Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership program and the Advisory Board for the Poe Center in Raleigh, NC.