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Dr. Margaret Trueman

Dr. Margaret Trueman, with Dr. Jerry Jones (Educational Leadership), presented her poster at...

...8th International Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and University in Blacksburg, Virginia February 10-12, 2016. The poster presentation presented the Motivation Equation©, a simplified flowchart that addresses the key components of motivation inclusive of expectancy-value and intrinsic/extrinsic rewards leading to achievement behaviors  to enhance academic success in high risk students.






  Dr. Arhin                                      Dr. Sheila Cannon

Dr. Afua Arhin, Associate Dean       Dr. Sheila Cannon, Assistant Professor


The Association of Black Nursing Faculty, Inc. held their 28th Annual Meeting & Scientific Conference June 11-14, 2015 in New York, NY. Dr. Afua Arhin, Associate Dean and Dr. Sheila Cannon, Assistant Professor presented on Establishing an Interprofessional Behavioral Institute.


Interprofessional Health Care Summit

Dr. Afua Arhin, as Principal Investigator and Project Director, and Dr. Sheila Cannon, as Co-Investigator and Clinical Director, presented at the Interprofessional Health Care Summit in April on The Collaborative Institute for Interprofessional Education & Practice, CI-PEP.

CI-PEP


The 80th Annual Conference of The Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists, Inc. was held March 18-21, 2015 at the Embassy Suites in Fayetteville, NC. Presenting from the School of Nursing was Dr. Sheila Cannon and Dr. Stephanie Hodges.

Dr. Stephanie Hodges

Dr. Hodges' presentation was on Improving Self-management fo Type-2 Diabetes in African Americans Age 40 and Over: Development and Implementation of a Culturally Sensitive Education Program.

Dr. Sheila Cannon 

Dr. Cannon's presentation was on Racial Disparities in Mental Health Care and Treatment of African Americans.


On Thursday, October 9, Dr. Cynthia McArthur-Kearney presented at the  North Carolina Nurses Association (NCNA) 107th Annual Convention at the Raleigh Marriott City Center & Convention Center in Raleigh, NC. The topic of her presentation was "Communication 101 in the New Age Technology Work Environment." The focus was to identify key strategies that contribute to successful communication driven by today's rapidly changing technology environment. 

  Dr. Cynthia McArthur-Kearney

Dr. Cynthia McArthur-Kearney, Assistant Professor


Dr. Sheila Cannon and Ms. Kellie Ross 

Dr. Sheila Cannon with Ms. Kellie Ross (Psychology Graduate Student)

On Friday, October 3, 2014, Dr. Afua Arhin and Dr. Sheila Cannon (School of Nursing) and Dr. Mei-Chuan Wang and Dr. Kimberly Tran (Department of Psychology) presented at the Cone Health/AHEC Nursing Research Symposium at the Greensboro-High Point Marriott Airport Hotel in Greensboro, NC. Their poster presentation topic was "A Collaborative Interprofessional Education & Practice Model of Military Health."


Margaret Trueman

Dr. Margaret Trueman, Assistant Professor

  • The 6th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy was held on February 7, 2014 at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, VA. Dr. Margaret Trueman and her colleague Dr. J. Jones presented on "How to Think Inside the Box and Still Make Instruction Relevant, Meaningful, Timely, and Fun."

  Dr. Arhin                                      Dr. Sheila Cannon

Dr. Afua Arhin, Associate Dean       Dr. Sheila Cannon, Assistant Professor

The Association of Black Nursing Faculty, Inc. held their 26th Annual Meeting & Scientific Conference June 12-16, 2013 in Los Angelos, CA. The theme for this conference was Leadership in Nursing: Managing the Future of Professional Engagement. Dr. Afua Arhin, Associate Dean and Dr. Sheila Cannon, Assistant Professor presented on Establishing an Interprofessional Behavioral Institute.


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