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June Marshall, DNP, RN, NEA-BC

Balancing Interests: The Art and Science of Collaborative Research and Innovation 

Tuesday, April 12, 2016, 1:15 pm – 2:30 pm
ACT 301

June Marshall has served in a variety of roles across diverse practice settings during the course of a long career in nursing. Her roles include staff nurse, clinical nurse specialist, educator, researcher, consultant, entrepreneur and leader. She earned her undergraduate nursing degree from Texas Woman’s University, her MS in Pediatric Nursing from Medical College of Virginia - Virginia Commonwealth University, and her DNP from Texas Christian University.

Dr. Marshall, currently a nurse scientist for Texas Health Resources, has published and presented widely on a number of clinical, research, and leadership topics, including “The Nurse Advocate Role” and “Balancing Interests of Hospitals and Researchers.” She has served as Magnet Program Director, leading organizations to successful Magnet re-designation. 

Her presentation focuses on balancing diverse interests and provides strategies for capitalizing on interdisciplinary perspectives, knowledge, competencies, and strengths to accomplish shared goals. Examples from the field reflect “real world” challenges and opportunities in research development, implementation, discovery, and dissemination.

Dr. Marshall has a passion for nursing and has focused her career in nursing leadership on creating and sustaining transformational cultures of nursing excellence in healthcare organizations, promoting nurses’ professional development, and fostering healthy work environments for nurses.

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