Linda Beeber Designated American Academy of Nursing Edge Runner

Heartfelt congratulations from the entire Carolina Nursing community to Francis Hill Fox Professor, Dr. Linda Beeber, who was designated an American Academy of Nursing Edge Runner today for her model of care, Reducing Depressive Symptoms and Enhancing Parenting in Low-Income and Newly-Immigrated Mothers of Infants and Toddlers. The Edge Runner initiative recognizes nurse-designed models of care that impact cost, improve quality and enhance patient satisfaction. “The Academy is proud to designate Dr. Linda Beeber as an Edge Runner for her work to reduce maternal depressive symptoms and enhance mothering strategies for low … Continued

Soltis-Jarrett Receives Award, Opens ISPN Conference

Ross Distinguished Professor Victoria Soltis-Jarrett, PhD, PMHCNS/NP-BC, FAANP, served as the opening speaker at the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses Annual Psychopharmacology Institute and Annual Conference on Tuesday, March 7 in Baltimore, Maryland — an honor she received as the 2017 Susan McCabe Lectureship Award recipient. The McCabe Lectureship is given to individuals to present topics that have enriched and advanced Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing scholarship through practice, education or research. Her keynote topic was “Psychopharmacology and Somatization: Finding Health in Illness.” Congratulations, Victoria!

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Havens to be Inducted into STTI Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame

Heartfelt congratulations to Professor Donna Havens, PhD, RN, FAAN who will be inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International’s Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame at the International Nursing Research Conference in Dublin, Ireland this July! The International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame was founded in 2010 to recognize nurse researchers who have achieved significant and sustained broad national and international recognition for their work, and whose research has impacted the nursing profession and people it serves. “[Dr. Havens] has developed an acclaimed foundation for evidence-based nursing leadership, and I and many … Continued

Woodley Named UNC Health Care SON Faculty of the Year

Hearty congratulations to Assistant Professor Lisa Woodley who has been selected by nursing colleagues at UNC Health Care as the UNC School of Nursing Faculty of the Year for “consistently exemplifying excellence in customer service, communication, safety, professionalism, innovation, stewardship, teamwork and support of the nursing profession.” Professor Woodley will be officially recognized for this honor at an Awards Ceremony on May 5 during Nursing Staff Recognition Week.   Well done, Lisa!

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Baker Receives STTI Beta Nu Chapter’s Excellence in Education Award

A very sincere congratulations to Darlene Baker, assistant director of the Education-Innovation-Simulation Learning Environment at the SON, who was selected the 2017 recipient of Sigma Theta Tau International’s Beta Nu Chapter’s Excellence in Education award. “Ms. Baker’s dedication to creating optimal learning environments with exceptional simulation activities greatly enhance nursing students’ acquisition of the necessary skills to contribute to quality patient outcomes,” said Dr. Donna Roberson, Past-President of the Beta Nu Chapter at East Carolina University. “Her dedication and demeanor exemplify professional nursing for students. Ms. Baker is known for her … Continued

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Hubbell to Receive AANP Award

Congratulations to Professor Sara Hubbell, DNP, RN, NP-C who has been selected to receive the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) 2017 State Award for Nurse Practitioner Advocate. She will be honored at an awards ceremony this June in Philadelphia. The Advocate Award, established in 1993, recognizes a nurse practitioner from each state who has made a significant contribution toward increasing awareness and recognition of nurse practitioners. Dr. Hubbell is Immediate Past Chair of the Council of Nurse Practitioners of the North Carolina Nurses Association and heavily involved in legislative initiatives that affect … Continued

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Giscombe recognized at Stony Brook alumni award ceremony

Hats off to Cheryl Giscombe, PhD, RN, PMHNP-BC, who was honored at Stony Brook University’s annual 40 under Forty award ceremony on January 31 in New York City. The event honors 40 Stony Brook alumni who have used their degree to better their community, and Cheryl was recognized along with a cohort of scientists, health professionals, social activists, entrepreneurs, and more. Congratulations, Cheryl!

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Alderman, Durham Present Interprofessional Work at IMSH

This week, Assistant Professor Jennifer Alderman and Professor Carol Durham, EdD, RN, ANEF, FAAN attended the Society for Simulation in Healthcare’s annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare in Orlando. They presented their work titled The Heart of the Matter: Improving Communication and Collaboration Through Interprofessional Education. Sincere congratulations to Carol, who served on a thought-leaders in simulation panel. She also won a Presidential Citation from the President of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare for her work in advancing simulation in interprofessional education. Many thanks to these women for representing the School … Continued

Jenerette Receives 2017 SNRS Award for Research in Minority Health

Congratulations to Associate Professor Coretta Jenerette, PhD, RN, who has been selected to receive the 2017 Southern Nursing Research Society Award for Research in Minority Health for her highly esteemed work with individuals living with sickle cell. The award will be presented at the SNRS Annual Conference Awards Luncheon on Friday, February 24, 2017. Well done, Dr. Jenerette!

Black’s Book Wins 2016 AJN Book of the Year Award, First Place in Palliative Care/Hospice Category

Sincere congratulations to Associate Professor Beth Black, PhD, RN, whose book Perinatal and Pediatric Bereavement for Nursing and Other Health Professions (Springer Press) recently won a 2016 American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year award, claiming first place in the Palliative Care/Hospice category. Dr. Black co-edited the book with Rana Limbo, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN of the Gunderson Health System and Patricia Wright, PhD, CRNP, ACNS-BC, CHPN, CNE of the University of Scranton. “It was truly a labor of love,” said Black of the project, which was designed to fill a gap in the literature for health care providers working with … Continued

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