News

  • Dr. Karen Amirehsani and former DNP student Valerie Tarte published an article entitled “Perceptions of Mobile Technology for Heart Failure Education and Self-Management Among Middle-Aged and Older Adults” in the Journal of Gerontological Nursing. Click here to read it.
  • Dr. Lindsay Draper and Dr. Carrie Hill were accepted into the 2020 National League for Nursing LEAD program. The LEAD program is part of the NLN Leadership Institute in the Center of Transformational Leadership, which focuses on leadership development for nurses in education and practice. She will participate in the year-long program to develop as a nurse leader.
  • Dr. Peggy Trent was nominated to serve as the nurse educator representative on the North Carolina Nurses Association DNP Executive Council. She will serve on the statewide committee for the next two years.
  • Dr. Elizabeth Van Horn gave a presentation on “Strategies to Promote Critical Thinking in Nursing” at the South Eastern Nurse Educator Symposium in Concord.

Dr. Kelly Stamp was inducted as a fellow into the American Academy of Nursing at a ceremony in Washington, D.C.