The dean of the Indiana University School of Nursing, Marion E. Broome, RN, PhD, FAAN, and the director of the Navy’s Human Research Protection Program, Capt. Maggie L. Richard, RN, MSN, PhD, are the latest additions the National Institute of Nursing Research’s advisory council.
The institute supports research to build clinical practice, prevent disease and disability, manage and eliminate symptoms caused by illness, and assist individuals and families at the end of life.
Broome is an expert in pediatric nursing, with research that has focused on interventions to help children cope with acute and chronic pain, as well as ethical issues related to informed consent and assent for children involved in research studies. She has several books and book chapters, has been president of the Society for Pediatric Nurses, and is editor-in-chief of Nursing Outlook, the journal of the American Academy of Nursing.
Richard represents the TriService Nursing Research Program. Since her commission in 1985, she has served as director of managed care at the Naval Hospital in Guam, community health nurse in Chinhae, Korea, and as head of the Nursing Research Service at the Bethesda National Naval Medical Center in Maryland.Maggie L. Richard, RN