Adapt and Innovate Adapt and Innovate image from Duke Medical Alumni News Magazine, Fall 2020

Last spring, when Prince Boadi accepted an offer to attend Duke University School of Medicine starting in the fall of 2020, he knew the experience—leaving his family and friends in Chicago, learning his way around Durham, meeting new people, and taking on the rigors of medical school—would be different from anything else he’d ever done.

Duke Nursing Students Make a Difference in Guatemala Lindsay Salisbury and Shelby Strockbine, along with other DUSON students, traveled to the western highlands of Guatemala to work with community health workers, visiting pregnant mothers, and providing trainings.

As students at Duke University School of Nursing, Lindsay Salisbury and Shelby Strockbine entered their third semester with a new perspective on the importance of global health and their roles as future nurses.

Bursting the Bubble Duke students Rafeal Baker (left) and Nathaniel Neptune (right) listen as family nurse practitioner Virgil Mosu discusses a patient’s diagnosis

A new clinical program gets Duke medical students off campus and into the community to serve.

The Art of Medicine Student playing guitar for audience dhtsws

New program offers medical students a way to bridge health care and the humanities.

Purpose Driven Jason Dictson Anonymous (not verified)

Much like his mother, who is a musician, Jason Dictson has always had a passion for the arts. It led him to earn a degree in vocal performance and opera from Portland State University. However, a major life event put him on a much different path, driving him to pursue a career as a nurse practitioner.

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