Innovations and expertise from across the Duke Nursing enterprise can substantially advance clinical knowledge and improve overall patient care. Support is provided to nurses and students to transform how they work and use innovative, knowledge-based approaches to improve the practice of caring and ultimately provide preeminent person-centered nursing. The DANCE academic-practice partnership strives to cultivate mutually beneficial opportunities between DUHS and DUSON to design, test, and implement clinical practice innovations. These opportunities will strengthen nurses as transformational leaders and broaden their ability to integrate and influence high-reliability care in organizations.
The goals of Pillar III include:
- Assisting RNs in developing leadership skills that foster creativity and innovation to address current and future needs in the delivery of trans-disciplinary healthcare