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3 Academic Year Promoting Collaborative Partnerships for Future Success The 2013 academic year involved a reflection on collaborative partnerships to secure our future. We discussed the need to remain competitive in an environment of shrinking financial resources and the continued high demand for health professionals at local hospitals, clinics and private practices. The key to our future success will involve collaboration on many levels. We are promoting collaboration through interprofessional education among our educational programs. The terms interprofessional education (IPE) and practice are embraced nationally as the gold standard for preparing health professions students for team-based care. In accomplishing this goal, the faculty has continued in their endeavors of promoting IPE collaboration of students through practice at the Virtual Hospital and Mobile Clinic. Case studies were used in promoting team-based care among students enrolled in the Division of Nursing and the departments of Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy. Faculty and students from all represented disciplines, including Clinical Laboratory Science and Health Management provided wellness services to residents of East Winston-Salem. These learning experiences provided an opportunity for students to work in teams in addressing the health needs of local residents. In the future, we will explore other shared learning experiences through collaborative courses. Ongoing collaboration among external constituents is vitally important to our success. We are grateful to have secured over 700 clinical affiliates that provide exemplary learning experiences for our students. Over 300 of these affiliates are within North Carolina and provide excellent opportunities for service. Our partnership with Novant Health supported the mobile clinic, Schweitzer fellowships and a faculty research project. Wake Forest Baptist Health supported the accelerated nursing program, and the Division of Nursing faculty members were successful in securing funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Department of Health Resource Services Administration in support of student scholarships. A host of other successful partnerships, including the Duke University Bridges to the Ph.D. in Nursing can be cited as an extraordinary program that builds on student success. Through collaborative partnerships, we are able to maintain high educational standards. This is confirmed through accrediting agencies that play an important role in certifying that our programs meet the educational requirements. We are pleased to report that all of our programs are in compliance. This year, the Clinical Laboratory Science and Physical Therapy departments successfully met all standards for reaccreditation. On behalf of our extraordinary team of faculty, administrators and staff who are committed to student success, we sincerely thank all of our partners who have supported us in preparing outstanding health professionals for North Carolina and our nation. Sincerely, Peggy Valentine, Ed.D. Dean, School of Health Sciences SOHS Annual Report

4 The School of Health Sciences Academic Report otal enrollment in the School of Health Sciences for Fall 2012 was 1763, or 31 percent of total WSSU enrollment. The School of Health Sciences graduate programs continue to grow enrolling 55 percent of all WSSU graduate students. Of all students graduating from WSSU in 2012, 42 percent were nurses or allied health professionals. A total of 537 undergraduate degrees were granted from the School of Health Sciences. Our Division of Nursing had the highest number of graduates overall (469 undergraduates; 43 master s level) in Clinical Laboratory Sciences recorded 184 traditional and distance learning students enrolled in Fall Healthcare Management experienced tremendous growth from 99 to 151 students. Nursing had 1182 traditional and distance learning undergraduate and 105 graduate students enrolled. Graduate programs in Occupation Therapy and Physical Therapy each enrolled 55 students. 3 SOHS Annual Report 2013

5 Financial Reports From the State of North Carolina From the State of North Carolina The School of Health Sciences derives its revenue primarily from state appropriations, granted by the state legislature to the University of North Carolina system. These funds pay faculty salaries and expenses associated with providing classroom instruction. From Grants, Donations and Endowment Income The SOHS is dedicated to research that increases knowledge and improves practice in a range of areas from supporting health needs of grandparents raising grandchildren, wound management, diversity among health care professionals, and to a new workplace connection among countries for those professionals across the globe who provide allied health services. To support research and outreach, and to provide scholarships, the SOHS faculty applied for eight federally-funded grants and six additional grants from state-funded sponsors, foundations and businesses to support a variety of activities that increase the professional reputations of our faculty and the preparedness of our graduates. Grants also provided scholarships in for many of our students. Endowment income for the School of Health Sciences accrues from scholarship funds and endowed professorship for nursing and allied health professions from the McMichael Foundation, Bertha Shelton Foundations, Forsyth Medical Center, and the C.D. Spangler Foundation. 2% 1% 19% 78% n State Appropriations $ 9,657,649 n Contracts and Grants $ 2,375,467 n Endowment Income $ 160,901 n Other Donations $ 121,868 Total $ 12,315,885.60% 70.5% 27.6% 1.3% School of Health Sciences Number of Awards Amount n Office of the Dean - Health Sciences 3 $ 655,687 n CEEHD 2 $ 30,038 n Division of Nursing 7 $ 1,675,992 n Physical Therapy 1 $ 13,750 Total $ $2,375,467 SOHS Annual Report

6 Department Principal Investigator/ Grant Title Funding Total CoPI (Purpose) Source Funds Office of the Dean Peggy Valentine; Accelerated BSN Program Wake Forest University $395,004 Co-PI Holland, Cecil Option Agreement Baptist Medical Center Office of the Dean Elijah Onsomu; Association of Domestic University of North $5,000 Co-PI Meixner, Jeffery; Violence and Perceived Risk Carolina at Chapel Hill Duren-Winfield, Vanessa of Acquiring HIV with HIV (UNC-CH) Center for Serostatus Among Women AIDS Research in Kenya $5,000 Office of the Dean Peggy Valentine; Accelerated BSN North Carolina Baptist $255,683 Co-PI Holland, Cecil Hospital CEEHD Sylvia Flack National HBCU Research National HBCU Research $25,000 Network for Health Services Network for Health Services and Health Disparities and Health Disparities CEEHD Sylvia Flack National HBCU Research National HBCU Research $5,038 Network for Health Services Network for Health Services and Health Disparities and Health Disparities Nursing Lenora Campbell; Strengthening Interest and Duke University $129,432 Co-PI Carthron, Dana; Transition to Doctoral Collins-McNeil, Janice; Education in Nursing Banks, JoAnne Nursing Cecil Holland Pre-Entry Immersion Robert Wood Johnson $5,200 Program Foundation (RWJF) Nursing Cecil Holland Pre-Entry Immersion Program Robert Wood Johnson $2,500 Foundation (RWJF) Nursing Cecil Holland New Careers in Nursing Robert Wood Johnson $100,000 Scholarship Program: Foundation (RWJF) Increasing Capacity Nursing Lenora Campbell, Scholarships for Disadvantaged Health Resources and $440,000 Karami, Gohar Students - WSSU Family Nurse Services Administration Practitioner (HRSA) Nursing Lenora Campbell Advanced Education Nursing Health Resources and $349,995 Traineeship (AENT) Program Services Administration (HRSA) Nursing Lenora Campbell Scholarships for Disadvantaged Health Resources and $648,865 Students - WSSU Family Nurse Services Administration Practitioner (HRSA) PT Judy Foxworth; Posterior Cruciate Retaining Wake Forest University $13,750 Co-PI Long, Ben Versus Posterior Substituting Total Knee Design Study TOTAL $2,375,467 5 SOHS Annual Report 2013

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8 Center of Excellence for the Elimination of Health Disparities 7 SOHS Annual Report 2013

9 The Administrative Core provides infrastructure and resources for the Center and is responsible for the ongoing planning, coordination, oversight, and evaluation of all activities. This core is directed by a team consisting of the Center Executive Director, Board of Directors, Community Advisory Board and administrative technicians. The Research Core is responsible for all research projects and pilot studies. It provides leadership, infrastructure, oversight, and support to facilitate and guide the research initiatives. This core is responsible for advising the Administrative Core, disseminating information, promoting collaboration among projects and supporting new researchers in the Center. Research directors, and/or committees from research projects, and principal investigators from each project are responsible for this core. The Community Engagement and Outreach Core provide for the dissemination of health information to community health organizations and residents. This core supports community health activities and collaborative research projects. Support for investigators engaged in participatory research by developing trusting relationships necessary to recruit and retain community members in research is provided by this core. The Center Executive Director, the Community Advisory Committee and all investigators engage in community research are responsible for execution of this core. The Education and Training Core provides learning experiences and support for undergraduate, graduate students, and junior faculty to develop and increase research capacity and skills. This core also provides support in increasing the number of ethnic, racial and underrepresented socioeconomic groups in healthcare provider schools and the healthcare workforce. This core consists of the Executive Director, investigators who have training components in their projects, and the Advisory Board for the National Strategy: Building Environments for NCLEX Success. The Collaboration and Partnership Core provides an infrastructure that will assure all projects undertaken in the Center will produce outcomes leading to improved minority health and the elimination of health disparities. The core team will constantly look for resources in other universities and colleges, health organizations, funding agencies, and communities and develop with them mutually beneficial partnerships and collaborations. This core promotes collaboration among other cores, academic areas, projects and investigators. This core will encourage collaborations of multiple principal investigators from disparities communities, Historically Black and Predominantly Black universities and colleges and minority-serving institutions. The Executive Director, Community Advisory Board, and all projects directors and principal nvestigators are included in this core. SOHS Annual Report

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12 RAMS KNOW H.O.W. (Healthcare on Wheels) Mobile Clinic 11 SOHS Annual Report 2013

13 Reflection of Activities Now entering its third year of operation, the mobile clinic has provided service to close to 4, 000 residents of East Winston and surrounding areas in Winston-Salem, Forsyth County. The participation of WSSU faculty, staff, and students continues to play an integral part in providing health care services in the communities. In the Fall of 2012, the mobile clinic began providing weekly stationary screenings at various locations within health disparity identified zip codes in Winston-Salem. Since the accumulation of the screening events, the number of patients seen on the mobile clinic has doubled and many have returned for follow up services. This initiative has blossomed to increased requests for the mobile clinic and has begun to have a true presence of WSSU giving back to the community that has given so much to our campus and students. Additionally, it is one of the many initiatives for the mobile clinic to continue to address the issue of and eliminate health disparities. For 2013, the mobile clinic has begun its outreach via social media (i.e., Facebook and Twitter) to get the community involved and increase the marketing of the screening events and other health news. Beginning in the Fall of 2013, the mobile clinic will be involved in a wellness initiative with the School Health Alliance for Forsyth County to address wellness and mental health of adolescents in Forsyth County. SOHS Annual Report

14 WSSU School of Health Sciences SOPHIA BAMBY, MHA Contract Coordinator KEVIN BYERS, MBA Assistant Dean, Administrative Services GUILA B. COOPER Director, Alumni Relations & Development NANCY CUTHRELL Administrative Support Associate VANESSA DUREN-WINFIELD, PhD, MS Director, Research KINEKA J. HULL, MS, MSPH Director, Academic Services MARINA SKINNER, MBA Director, Student Help Center & Study Bureau KIM D. SMITH Executive Assistant to the Dean JIANGMIN XU, PhD Director, Assessment 13 SOHS Annual Report 2013

15 WSSU School of Health Sciences Dr. Bevan K Baker Commissioner of Health, City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin Mr. Lee A. Chaden Chairman, Hanesbrands, Inc., Winston-Salem, NC Mr. Michael Clements Vice President, Community Investment, The Winston-Salem Foundation, Inc. Ms. Michelle Cook Executive Director of the Winston-Salem State University Foundation, Inc. Ms. Tremonteo Crawford, Chair Chief Nursing Officer, Randolph Hospital, Asheboro, NC Mr. Scott Crockett Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Keiger Printing, Winston-Salem, NC Dr. James C. Hash, Sr. Senior Pastor of St. Peter s Church and World Outreach Center, Winston-Salem, NC Dr. Aimee Lischke Physician, Total Family Care, Winston-Salem, NC Dr. Michael P. Lischke Director, Northwest Area Health Education Center, Winston-Salem, NC Dr. Donald L. Martin Superintendent, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Ms. Tammy Mengal Vice President & Chief of Nursing, High Point Regional Health System, High Point, NC Pastor Sheldon M. McCarter Senior Pastor, Greater Cleveland Avenue Christian Church, Winston-Salem, NC The Reverend James McDaniels Chaplain, Lutheran Services for the Aging, Lutheran Home, Winston-Salem, NC Ms. Karen McNeil-Miller President, The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, Winston-Salem, NC Ms. Sylvia Oberle Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer, Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County, Winston-Salem, NC Mr. Tim Rice President & Chief Executive Officer, Moses Cone Health System, Greensboro, NC The Reverend Prince R. Rivers Senior Pastor, United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, NC Ms. Shirley Shouse President, Winston Personnel Group, Winston-Salem, NC Mr. Tom Trollinger President, Contract Office Furniture, Winston-Salem, NC Dr. Conley Weinberger Vice President, Instruction, Forsyth Technical Community College, Winston-Salem, NC SOHS Annual Report

16 WSSU School of Health Sciences JOURNAL OF BEST PRACTICES IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS DIVERSITY: EDUCATION, RESEARCH & POLICY Dr. Stephen Aragon Winston-Salem State University Dr. JoAnne Banks (Associate Editor) Winston-Salem State University Dr. Lenora Campbell Winston-Salem State University Dr. Vera Campbell Hampton University School of Pharmacy Dr. Lee Caplan Morehouse School of Medicine Dr. Cheryl G. Davis Tuskegee University Dr. Jillian Davis Hampton University School of Pharmacy Dr. Vanessa Duren-Winfield Winston-Salem State University Dr. Cynthia Hughes Harris Florida A&M University Dr. Lorna Harris North Carolina Central University Dr. Denisha L. Hendricks Johnson C. Smith University Dr. Patricia Price Lea North Carolina A&T University Dr. Richard Levinson Howard University Dr. Shelly Powers Howard University Dr. Kathleen McEnerney Tennessee State University Dr. Francis Ndemo Hampton University School of Pharmacy Dr Elijah Onsomu Winston-Salem State University Dr. Joan Reede Harvard Medical School Dr. Bernadette R. Williams University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Dr. Pamela C. Williams Meharry Medical College Judy Marie Willis (Managing Editor) Winston-Salem State University Dr. Peggy Valentine (Editor-in-Chief) Winston-Salem State University Dr. Eileen M. Yancy Morehouse School of Medicine 15 SOHS Annual Report 2013

17 WSSU School of Health Sciences Dorothy P. Bethea, EdD Chair & Associate Professor, Occupational Therapy Lenora Campbell, DSN Associate Dean & Professor, Nursing Bertha Shelton Endowed Chair Lolita Chappel-Aiken, EdD Professor, Chair, BSN Program Faye Cobb, PT, PhD Chair & Associate Professor, Healthcare Management Teresa Conner-Kerr, PhD Chair & Professor, Physical Therapy Guila Cooper, MS Director, Alumni Relations & Development Vanessa Duren-Winfield, PhD, MS Director of Research & Assistant Professor, Healthcare Management Charlena Garrison, MSN Director of Student Affairs & Accelerated Nursing Bettie Harvey-Little, MSN Director, RN-BSN Program George Harwell, EdD, MT (ASCP)SC, CLS Associate Professor, Chair, Clinical Laboratory Science Cecil Holland, PhD Assistant Dean & Professor, Nursing Kineka J. Hull, MS, MSPH Director of Academic Services and Instructor, Healthcare Management Gohar Karami, DNSc Assistant Dean & Professor, Nursing Marina Skinner, MBA Interim Director, Student Help Center & Study Bureau Peggy Valentine, EdD Dean & Professor, Nursing and Health Care Management Jiagmin Xu, PhD Director of Assessment & Associate Professor, Healthcare Management SOHS Annual Report

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19 Progress in Fulfilling Key Strategic Goals of the University and SOHS Goal 1: Enhance Academic and Research Excellence Dr. Georgia McCauley presented RBC Morphology and Anemia: Signs of the Kinds! Workshop. AMT 74th Educational Program and Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX. July 9, 2012 and Body Fluid Review: Get Serously Ascited. AMT 74th Educational Program and Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX. July 12, Ms. Nicole Pekarek, applied for and was granted a PDC Connections Grant of $ to be provided as 4 equal stipends/honorariums of $ each for guest speakers in June, 2013 to review as a Booster session for recent graduates about to take the BOC exams. Also allows WSSU CLS faculty an opportunity to receive CE by sitting in; Applied for and was awarded $ in PDC funding for travel to AABB national conference in October Dr. Elijah Onsomu received the following awards/funding: Association of Domestic Violence and Perceived Risk of Acquiring HIV with HIV Serostatus Among Women in Kenya. UNC- Center For AIDS Research (UNC-CFAR). Submitted, Role: Statistician Dr. George A. Harwell was awarded the Silver Award: In recognition of Exceptional Accomplishments in Sponsored Programs for FY ; awarded by the WSSU School of Graduate Studies and Research. CLS Senior students presented at the Carolina Clinical Connections sponsored by the North and South Carolina Societies for Clinical Laboratory Science. Ms. Danna Collins, a WSSU CLS Junior student was awarded the Richard Early Award by the North Carolina Section of the American Society of Clinical Chemistry. This award recognized the CLS student for her excellent academic work and potential shown in the area of Clinical Chemistry. During the Summer of 2013, Dr. Andy Meixner and Dr. George A. Harwell will co-direct a WSSU Summer Research Project with Senior CLS students. During the Summer of 2012: Dr. George A. Harwell, Submitted a Proposal for Scholarship For Disadvantaged Students (Regular)HRSA ; Fall 2012-Summer 2013; Submitted/not-funded: $115,121.00/year. Goal 2: Promote Faculty and Staff Development Dr. Georgia McCauley attended the American Medical Technologists 74th Educational Program and Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX. July 9-14, Dr. George A. Harwell attended the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, July 16-21, Seventeen of CLS first-year professional students and all faculty members attended the state-wide CLS professional conference, Fall Focus 2012, in September 2012, at Wake Tech, Raleigh, North Carolina. All of the professional phase students attended the Carolinas Clinical Connection conference (sponsored by the North and South Carolina American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science and American Medical Technologists) in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in April SOHS Annual Report

20 Dr. Georgia McCauley and Dr. George A. Harwell attended the Clinical Laboratory Educators Conference, Kansas City, Kansas, February 14-16, Ms. Pekarek served as a reviewer of Several Chapters for Elsevier: Basic and Applied Concepts of Immunohematology new edition, Blaney/Howard. Ms. Delores Terry, CLS Administrative Support Associate, attended Administrative Professional Conference (April 2013), and the WSSU Staff Senate Professional Development Conference (May 2013). Ms. Yvonne Cheeks, CLS DL Administrative Support Associate attended an Administrative Professionals Conference in May Ms. Ellie Luethy, Coordinator of CLS Distance Learning, has made a collection of DL best practices and improved teaching to include in a blackboard shell for just the DL faculty. Also she has organized meetings for continuing education sessions for DL faculty for technology enhancement of their courses. Goal 3: Increase Community Engagement and Outreach During this academic year, seventeen CLS firstyear professional phase students and seven WSSU CLS faculty members performed blood analysis for glucose and cholesterol at several Health Fairs via the RAMS KNOW HOW, Mobile Clinic. Ms. Ellie Luethy, CLS Distance Learning Coordinator, has continued to complete and revise several web-based CLS courses that are components of the CLS Distance Learning Program. These courses allow working laboratorians the opportunity to gain the baccalaureate degree or certificate via web-based courses. Ms. Ellie Luethy visited and discussed articulation agreements with at least ten community college MLT programs to facilitate improved admission for the CLS DL program. This involved an evaluation of each of the community college MLT Program paradigms. Establishment of the articulation agreement (i.e., memo of understanding ) for many campuses is currently being formulated. Goal 4: Improve Infrastructure (Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Resource) Dr. Georgia McCauley, coordinated the donation from, Solstas Lab Partners Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, $2000, Laboratory Equipment and Supplies, McCauley, G., in-kind donation. The CLS Department via a corporate donation of supplies and reagents(coordinated by Ms. Nicole Pekarek) from High Point Regional Hospital (SP 2013), responded to their offer of assistance; coordinated delivery; reagents value approximately $ ; and from Mission Health (SP 2013), responded to their offer of assistance; obtained and delivered personally reagents value approximately $ Ms. Delores Terry and Ms. Yvonne Cheeks, CLS administrative support associates, have continually provided high quality administrative support for the CLS faculty and students during the academic year. Their effort has provided additional organization and planning for all areas of the department s academic activities. 19 SOHS Annual Report 2013

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23 WSSU School of Health Sciences Chair/Associate Dean Lenora Campbell, DSN Vision The Division of Nursing at Winston-Salem State University will be the premier nursing school in the nation based on excellence in education, research, technology, and public service, as well as diversity in student population and program offerings. Mission The Division of Nursing, consistent with the WSSU mission and the mission of the School of Health Sciences, provides professional nursing education that prepares a baccalaureate degree nurse generalist and a graduate degree advanced practice nurse. The curriculum provides experiences needed for developing effective communication and critical thinking used while executing therapeutic intervention, health promotion and disease prevention, and evidence-base practice strategies as well as personal and social interactions. These experiences include theory, clinical practicum, and public service essential for professional delivery of nursing care in a variety of settings and to multi-cultural populations. Prior learning experiences are considered in the criteria for admission of a student population diverse in age, gender, ethnicity, academic levels, life experiences and health care experiences. The division provides an environment conducive to personal and professional growth and lifelong learning for students and faculty. Faculty and students engage in mutually beneficial relationships with the community and other health care providers in ways that complement the nursing division s educational mission. These experiences foster the impartation of values such as kindness, compassion, justice, loyalty and also cultural competence and sensitivity. Enrollment Pre-licensure Traditional Program 511 Lower Division 268 Upper Division 189 Accelerated 54 RN-BSN 528 MSN 95 Total 1134 The eleventh class of the accelerated option began January 1, A total of 276 students applied for the 60 seats in the N12 accelerated class. BSN: For 2012, WSSU s 1st time pass rate was 94%. Additionally, we remain the 3 largest producers of nurses in the state behind only ECU and UNC-CH. MSN: The st time pass rate for the certification exam is 91% (AANC). SOHS Annual Report

24 Winston-Salem State University Division of Nursing in partnership with Duke University School of Nursing established Bridges to the Doctorate program. The program, funded by the National Institute of General Medicine, is a five year project designed to increase the number of minority nursing students enrolled in the Masters of Science in nursing program at WSSU who are well-prepared through a Research Honor s Track for competitive and seamless transition to PhD programs in Nursing and other related biomedical/behavioral science disciplines at Duke University. Research Honors students will participate in a 2 year long mentored relationship with WSSU and Duke University researchers. The two universities will collaborate to develop and teach courses at the WSSU and Duke Campuses. The program is innovative for its ability to match students with mentors early in their two year program of study and maintain consistent substantive mentoring and student involvement in research activities through the use of face-to-face support and video conferencing technology. The Program will create a pipeline of well-trained, highly-skilled underrepresented minority nursing professionals with the needed knowledge and research skills for successful careers as research scientists, as well as essential leadership and scientific communicative skills. The WSSU-DUSON Bridges partnership is one of two Bridges to the Doctorate programs in the US. The DON received funding from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for $150, from the New Careers in Nursing program (NCIN). The overall goal of the NCIN Program is to increase the number of culturally diverse and underrepresented and/or disadvantaged students in the accelerated option. If funded, this would be the third RWJF NCIN grant that the DON has received. To date, we have received over $340,000 and grants and scholars funds from the RWJF to support the accelerated option. Winston-Salem State University Division of Nursing was awarded three grants totaling 4.4 million dollars by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to support nursing education for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in nursing programs. The grants are designed to assist students with tuition and fees. A long-term goal of the funding is to encourage students to work in underserved areas after graduation. Funding will increase the number, ethnic diversity, and regional distribution of nurses who serve the healthcare needs of increasingly diverse, underserved rural and urban populations of North Carolina. Family nurse practitioners are especially targeted for the funding. Winston-Salem State University Division of Nursing was awarded three grants totaling 4.4 million dollars by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to support nursing education for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in nursing programs. The grants are designed to assist students with tuition and fees. A long-term goal of the funding is to encourage students to work in underserved areas after graduation. Funding will increase the number, ethnic diversity, and regional distribution of nurses who serve the healthcare needs of increasingly diverse, underserved rural and urban populations of North Carolina. Family nurse practitioners are especially targeted for the funding. The Division of Nursing will begin its first doctoral program, the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree (DNP) in August Ten students will be admitted to the inaugural class. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is a practice-focused degree. The primary purpose of the degree is to develop advanced competencies for increasingly complex practice, teaching and leadership roles in health care. Winston-Salem State University was one of six institutions approved by The University of North Carolina Board of Governors to offer the degree and the only HBCU. The DON has entered into a partnership with Hubei University of Chinese Medicine in Wuhan China. The partnership will begin in 2014 when 20 students from HUCM will transfer into the BSN program, having met the admission criteria. Student and faculty exchanges are also part of the agreement. 23 SOHS Annual Report 2013

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