Shaping the Future of Nursing
June 17, 2022
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Into the Community: Addressing Health Disparities through Equity, Engagement, Advocacy & Trust
Nurse researchers are transforming community health in ways that contribute to meaningful progress in reducing health disparities. Associate Professor Schenita Randolph has implemented a salon-based intervention that raises awareness of HIV prevention among Black women in the U.S. South and a program that encourages conversations about sexual health and racial identity between Black fathers and their sons.
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Latest Duke Nursing Magazine Hits Stands
The latest issue of Duke Nursing magazine is out now — and fully redesigned! Read more about nurse-led interventions that are having a real impact on local communities. The full interactive issue can be viewed online.
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New Podcast Bound to Break Barriers in Health Care Research
The Center for Nursing Research has started the podcast, “Breaking Research Barriers.” This innovative podcast is designed to advance health equity at each stage of research and through the implementation and translation of science into practice and health care delivery. 
Duke Nursing Degrees Awarded to Inaugural Cohort of School of Nursing-Trinity College Program
The School of Nursing partners with the Duke Trinity College of Arts & Sciences to provide students a seamless transition between the schools in order to earn bachelor’s degrees from Trinity and the School of Nursing in five years. The first cohort graduated in Spring 2022.
green background with text "Because the health care system is challenged with many inequalities and inequities, it is our duty to identify strategies that will address imbalances or limitations of the system. - Brigit Carter Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion & Professor Interview for the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation 2022 Award for Excellence in Social Mission in Health Professions Education"”
Kathryn Trotter discusses the evolution, role, and advocacy work of women’s health/gender-related nurse practitioners in an article

Lisvel Matos discusses how she got into nursing, why she decided to pursue graduate nursing education, and how she's meeting the urgent and unmet needs of underserved communities in the U.S. in an American Nurses Association podcast
June 23
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"Nursing & Health Policy: Leadership & Advocacy" with ANAC Executive Director Carole Treston and Dean Vincent Guilamo-Ramos. Register for in-person or virtual attendance. 

Speakers for Dean's Lecture Series, 2022-23 (Dates and Times TBD)
  • Margarita Alegria, PhD, chief of the Disparities Research Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital and The Mongan Institute; professor, Departments of Medicine and Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
  • Regina S. Cunningham, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN, chief executive officer, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; adjunct professor of nursing, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
  • Lauren Hilgers, journalist covering health care for The New York Times, The Guardian, and other publications worldwide
  • Congresswoman Lauren Underwood, U.S. House of Representatives, Illinois-14th Congressional District
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