Margory (Margie) Molloy

Faculty Present at American Association for Men in Nursing Conference

AAMN PresentationBenjamin Smallheer and Margie Molloy, assistant professors, and Brett Morgan, Senior Director of Education and Practice with the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, presented at the American Association for Men in Nursing conference in Orlando, Florida on October 31. Their presentation was entitled "Addressing Gender-Associated Incivility Through Faculty Advancement."

Announcing the Newly Selected IPEC Center Assistant Directors

Duke Health Center for Interprofessional Education and Care (IPEC) recently announced its newly selected assistant directors - Nicholas Hudak, associate professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, Physician Assistant Program; Amy Pastva, assistant professor, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Division of Physical Therapy, Department of Population Health Sciences; Margie Molloy, assistant professor, School of Nursing, Director, Center of Nursing Discovery; and Erin Leiman, assistant professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine.

Cantey and Molloy Present at 2019 INACSL Conference

Danett Cantey and Margie Molloy Presenting PosterDanett Cantey, clinical nurse educator; and Margie Molloy, assistant professor; recently presented their poster entitled "Student-developed simulations: An interactive teaching and learning strategy to enhance cultural awareness and understanding of social determinants of health (SDH)" at the 2019 International Association for Clinical Simulation in Nursing (INACSL) conference in Pheonix, Arizona

Molloy and Phillips Visit Sultan Qaboos University in Oman

Molloy and Phillips in OmanMargie Molloy, assistant professor; and Beth Phillips, associate professor; recently worked at the Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) in Muscat, Oman where they participated in their undergraduate program’s exit exam OSCEs with graduating students. They also had several key meetings with faculty on topics such as simulation, preceptorships, curriculum development and MSN programs. 

Spring 2019 Teaching Conversations: Addressing Perceived Barriers for Male Nursing Students

On Thursday, May 2, Margie Molloy, assistant professor; Helen Gordon, assistant professor; Brett Morgan, assistant professor; and Benjamin Smallheer, assistant professor; will present "Addressing Perceived Barriers for Male Nursing Students" at the Spring 2019 Teaching Conversations Series in Pearson 1011 from 12 until 1 p.m. 

The 2019 Spring Teaching Conversations Series are sponsored by Duke University School of Nursing Institute for Educational Excellence and Duke University Health System Clinical Education and Professional Development.

Lewis and Molloy Present at NC League for Nursing Spring Workshop

Lisa Lewis, assistant professor; and Margie Molloy, assistant professor; recently gave an invited presentation at the North Carolina League for Nursing Spring Workshop "Nursing Education: The Next Generation” at Durham Tech Community College. 

Their presentation entitled "Holistic Admissions for Increasing Diversity in Nursing Education" was presented to more than 50 academic nurse educators from North Carolina. 

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