News and Events

Zegre-Hemsey Awarded Early Career Research Grant, Appointed to Key Subcommittee

September 30, 2015 | In Faculty, Research

Assistant Professor Jessica Zegre-Hemsey, PhD, RN, was recently awarded an Early Career Research grant to attend the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in November. She will present an abstract on the Added Value of Electrocardiographic Signs and Symptoms to Improve Early Detection of Acute Coronary Syndrome in the Emergency Department.

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September a Month of Accomplishment for Black

September 28, 2015 | In Faculty, News, Research

September has been a banner month for Associate Professor Beth Black, PhD, RN.

On September 1, after five years of planning and hard work on the board of Transitions LifeCare (formerly Hospice of Wake County), the organization opened its doors to its first families with children who are terminally ill, and aims to accept pediatric patients for palliative care in time.

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SON Hosts 2nd Annual White Coat Ceremony and Family Open House

September 28, 2015 | In News, Students

In fitting tribute to the occasion, the sun broke through persistent clouds just as first year students in the SON’s BSN programs took their place for the processional into the School’s second annual White Coat Ceremony held at historic Memorial Hall on Sunday.

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Nance-Floyd and Zomorodi to Present at CNLA Regional Conference

September 25, 2015 | In Faculty

Betty Nance-Floyd and Meg Zomorodi have been selected to present at the Clinical Nurse Leader Association Regional Conference in Birmingham, Alabama in October. Building off work funded by AHEC and the Macy Foundation, Nance-Floyd and Zomorodi will present on the lessons learned when implementing clinical nurse leaders into interprofessional teams in a primary care setting.