Shaping the Future of Nursing
September 14, 2022
 Jacquelyn McMillian-Bohler, Venus Standard and Stephanie DeVane-Johnson stand outside next to trees
Duke Joins Forces with Vanderbilt, UNC Nurse-Midwives to Reduce Black Maternal Health Risks
Assistant Professor Jacquelyn McMillian-Bohler has teamed up with Stephanie DeVane-Johnson, of Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, and Venus Standard, of University of North Carolina School of Medicine, to improve pregnancy outcomes in Black communities by providing specialized training for doulas. 
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School of Nursing Nurse-Led Models of Care Receive Acclaimed Award
Two School of Nursing-affiliated nurse-led models of care have been designated as Edge Runners by the American Academy of Nursing  — Families Talking Together (FTT) and the Durham Homeless Care Transitions. Dean Vincent Guilamo-Ramos is the primary developer of FTT, while Donna Biederman is a co-founder of Durham Homeless Care Transitions.
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Docherty Receives Outstanding Nurse Scientist Award
The Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science has awarded its 2022 Outstanding Nurse Scientist Award to Sharron Docherty, interim vice dean, research, due to her contributions to the nursing research field and her commitment to advancing future nurse scientists as a nurse educator.
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New $15M Bequest to Support Student Scholarships in 3 Duke University Schools
A Duke alumni couple has made an anonymous bequest of $15 million to Duke University, $5 million of which has been awarded to the School of Nursing to endow scholarships. 
'No Blame, No Judgment': Elevating Monkeypox Messaging
Dean Vincent Guilamo-Ramos discusses what the U.S. has done right on monkeypox messaging — and where improvements can be made to reach communities most affected by the outbreak.
Vincent Guilamo-Ramos discusses the stigmas and disparities surrounding monkeypox for and Medspace.

Jacquelyn McMillian-Bohler discusses the likelihood of Black women dying from pregnancy complications compared to white or Hispanic women with WRAL.

AnnMarie Walton discusses what nurses can do to introduce and educate others on the safety standards of handling hazardous drugs in Oncology Nursing News and American Nurse.

Carolina Tennyson and Benjamin Smallheer describe a program to which they've inputted to support NPs seeking to expand into areas of clinical care in NP Pulse

Vincent Guilamo-Ramos talks about the need to raise awareness of HIV prevention medicine, PrEP, for the Latino population in Jezebel.

Vincent Guilamo-Ramos shares more about sexual health and sexually transmitted infections for ACF's We Think Twice series.

Ashley Batts discusses being a nurse practitioner in a rural county for WilmingtonBiz.
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