Maggie Maloney, OTR/L, PhD
University of Toledo
Dr. Maggie Maloney is an Assistant Professor in The University of Toledo Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program. She has taught occupational therapy for over two decades. As a clinician, she worked in behavioural health, wellness promotion, and addiction programs. She teaches mental health, research methods, and program development. Her research has investigated IPE programming, the health and wellness challenges of First Responders, the mental health benefits of music making for transgender individuals, and university student mental health and substance abuse. Dr. Maloney completed her Masters of Occupational Therapy at the Medical College of Ohio and her Ph.D. at Nova Southeastern University.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
The Use of an Acute Care Patient Simulation Experience to Develop the IPEC Core Competencies of Interprofessional Teams for First-Year Healthcare Students
Interprofessional patient simulations enable students to learn with, from, and about each other while working together in a safe environment. Research indicates simulation experiences provide an opportunity for students to communicate effectively, apply professional roles, and increase their competency in patient care. Further, the ability to apply IPEC Core Competencies (CCs) in a simulated clinical setting prepares students for collaborative practice. Ultimately, the perspectives of students from multiple healthcare professions enable the team to focus on what matters most, the…