Maura Lavelle, MS, OTR/L, CHSE
Manager, Learning and Simulation Development
Maura Lavelle is an occupational therapist who has worked in rehabilitative medicine across various care settings and created computer-based simulation scenarios for allied health professions. Her clinical experience includes the use of cutting-edge technologies, robotics, and clinical trials for neurological populations. Maura is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Education and a Certified Telehealth Facilitator. She recently completed the INterprofessional Education and Practice Faculty Development Program. Maura is also a peer reviewer for various professional occupational therapy journals. Her research interests include the use of technology platforms for learning outcomes. Maura earned a master’s degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in human development from Cornell University.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Allied health professionals must deliver high-quality services that address the multifaceted needs of their clients and the community at large. This goal requires effective collaboration with other healthcare providers, care team members, and community stakeholders. The Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC®) competencies build upon discipline-specific standards set forth by accreditation councils to help allied health students gain the exposure, confidence, and competencies needed to provide collaborative care across practice settings. To develop skillful collaborative practice,…