Margaret Moore-Nadler, DNP, RN
University of South Alabama College of Nursing
Margaret Moore-Nadler is a psychiatric nurse interested in health care disparities, cultural diversity, performance improvement, and interprofessional educational collaboration. Leadership training from The Satcher Health Leadership Institute, Morehouse School of Medicine. Honors and Awards: Alabama State Nurses Association: Citation of Excellence Award (2018), University of South Alabama Semoon & Youngshin Chang Endowed Award for Humanitarian Services (2017), Sigma Theta Tau International Zeta Gamma Chapter Award Project Homeless Connect Community Organization Award (2013), University of South Alabama, College of Nursing 2013 Faculty Service Award; Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing Zeta Gamma Chapter, Research of the Year (2013).
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Conducting a Concert (Collaborative Need-centered Education for Relational Team-building): A Patient- and Learner-centered Process Model Approach for Integrating Interprofessional Education into Clinical Practice
Workshop Description:To create a collaborative practice-ready labor force, academia must facilitate student learning and assimilation of the knowledge, skills, and behaviors needed to function effectively in interprofessional team-based care models. However, organizing interprofessional education (IPE) experiences is a complex endeavor. Further, both IPE and patient-centered care (PCC) competencies are addressed conceptually in health care education but are not necessarily illuminated in general clinical training experiences. Thus, we created the CoNCERT Model with two objectives: 1) To…