Duke Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program Partners with Local Catering Company to Provide Meals to Nurses
The Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program recently partnered with the Durham-based Indulge Catering company to deliver boxed dinners to Duke Health nurses working at Wheels Fun Park in Durham, providing COVID-19 vaccinations to local community members.
Duke University has been awarded a Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award to study the health concerns most important to the local Black community, particularly as they relate to COVID-19.
Michelle Lyn, MBA, MHA, and Fred Johnson, MBA, to Lead DUHS' Contract for NCDHHS' COVID-19 Support Services Program
Department of Family Medicine & Community Health Faculty Michelle Lyn, MBA, MHA, division chief of community health, and Fred Johnson, MBA, will serve as project directors for Duke University Health System's contract to lead Region 3's COVID-19 Support Services Program for N.C. Department of Health and Human Services. Region 3 includes Durham, Vance, and Granville counties.
The Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program is proud to announce the selection of our new cohort of fellows for the 2020-21 program year. The cohort includes 18 Advanced Practice Nurse-led teams, which comprise a total of 43 program fellows from diverse health care professions.
Bull City Community Garden, a Duke-Durham Partnership, Addresses Food Insecurity for Durham’s Senior Citizens
Last weekend, over 30 volunteers gathered at the Morris Street parking deck in downtown Durham to launch the first phase of the Bull City Community Garden project.
The Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program is now accepting applications for the 2020-21 program year. The application period will close May 11. Read more about the application process.
Anh Tran, PhD, MPH, assistant professor, is vice chief of education for the Division of Community Health, and serves as program director for the Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program and the Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership. She earned her Master of Public Health from UCLA and her doctorate in health behavior and health education from UNC-Chapel Hill.
The Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program announces the selection of its newest cohort of advanced practice nurse fellows for the 2019-20 program year. This cohort represents advanced practice nurses with leadership and management experience from across the United States. Fellows are:
Halima Azana, MSN, APRN, NP-C, NE-BC
Kylie Casey, APRN, FNP-C
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