Stephanie Gedzyk-Nieman
Assistant Clinical Professor in the School of Nursing

            Dr. Stephanie Gedzyk-Nieman is an Assistant Clinical Professor with a specialty certification in Maternal-Newborn Nursing and a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Healthcare Ally designation from The Ohio State University.  She currently teaches in the ABSN program at Duke's School of Nursing (DUSON), as well as in the Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities & History Moral Movements in Medicine Interdisciplinary Program, and is a certified Cultural Intelligence (CQ) and Unconscious Bias Facilitator.

              Dr. Gedzyk-Nieman’s scholarship and research interests include diversity, equity, and inclusion in nursing education, the nursing profession, and patient care. In addition to peer-reviewed publications, she has been invited to speak about these topics at other schools of nursing, as well as at national and international conferences.  Her work on attitudes of acceptance of male nurses among female nurses was also a finalist for the 2018 Excellence in Educational Research Award at Sigma’s International Nursing Congress in Sydney, Australia.  

              Dr. Gedzyk-Nieman is a member of the American Association of Men in Nursing (AAMN), Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWOHNN) and Sigma.  She is currently serving on AAMN’s Conference Planning Committee and faculty co-sponsor for DUSON's chapter of AAMN (DAAMN) and Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health (DNSRH).

Current Research Interests

Diversity, equity and inclusion in nursing education, the nursing profession and patient care
LGBTQ+ inclusive care and nursing education
Men in nursing 

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