Dr. Mahmoud Kaddoura, Assistant Professor, ME-MSN, School of Nursing and Health Professions, University of San Francisco

Mahmoud Ali Kaddoura, PhD, CAGS, MSN, APRN, NP-C, CNE

Assistant Professor

Program Director • Full-Time Faculty

(415) 422-6798 Cowell Hall, 224

Biography

Dr. Kaddoura has over 25 years of experience in nursing education and clinical practice. He currently teaches graduate Pathophysiology, Pharmacology, and Medical Surgical courses in the Master and Doctorate programs.

Prior to joining USF, Dr. Kaddoura taught both graduate and undergraduate courses at Duke University and MCPHS University (Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences). His expertise in using technology and designing innovative educational strategies to adapt to student learning styles and improve students’ critical thinking and learning outcomes have been recognized with multiple awards for teaching excellence and research scholarship, including 2018 Teaching Effectiveness Award.

Appointments
Program Director, Master of Science in Nursing (ME-MSN)
Chair, Tenure-track Search Committee for the Tenure-track Faculty Position
Faculty Advisor, Graduate Nursing Association
Member, Academic Standards Committee
Member, Honorary Degree Committee
Member, Magis Project for Institutional Planning and Innovation, Processes and Systems Taskforce Committee
Education
University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, Post Doctoral Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate, 2019
University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA, Post-Master's Adult and Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate, 2013
Simmons University, Boston, MA, PhD in Health Professions Education, 2009
Simmons University, Boston, MA, CAGS (Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies) in Health Professions Education, 2007
University of Natal, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) and Masters in Education (MEd), 2002
American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), 1992
Experience
Program Director, University of San Francisco
Professor, Duke University
Associate Professor, MCPHS University
Primary Care Adult and Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, Doctors Making House Call
Clinical House Supervisor, Kentfield Hospital
Expertise
Academic education
Primary care nurse partitioning
Clinical supervision
Research
Critical thinking
Clinical judgment
Concept mapping
Clinical simulation
NCLEX-RN success
Selected Publications

The following is a list of Dr. Mahmoud Kaddoura's publications

Refereed journals:

Refereed Journals, Published

Kaddoura, M. A., Van Dyke, O., & Yang, Q. (2017). Correlation between critical Thinking skills and national council licensure examination for registered nurses success in accelerated bachelor nursing students. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 12 (1), 3-7. https://scholars.duke.edu/display/pub1160364

Kaddoura, M. A., Flint, E. P., Van Dyke, O., Yang, Q., & Chiang, L-C. (2016, May-June). Academic and demographic predictors of NCLEX-RN pass rates in first- and second-degree accelerated BSN programs. Journal of Professional Nursing, 33 (3), 229-240. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.profnurs.2016.09.005

Kaddoura, M. A., Vandyke, O., & Yan, Q. (2016). Impact of a concept map teaching approach on nursing students’ critical thinking skills. Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 18 (3), 350-354. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26891960

Kaddoura, M. A., Van Dyke, O., Cheng, B., Yan, Q., & Shea-Foisy, K. (2016). Impact of concept mapping on the development of clinical judgment skills in nursing students. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 11, 101-107.http://daneshyari.com/article/preview/2677774.pdf

Kaddoura, M., Vandyke, O., Smallwood, C., & Gonzalez, K. (2016). Perceived Benefits and Challenges of Repeated Exposure to High Fidelity Simulation Experiences of First Degree Accelerated bachelor nursing students. Nurse Education Today, 36, 298-304. PMID: 26260522.

Harkess, L. & Kaddoura, M. (2015). Culture and Cultural Competence in Nursing Education and Practice: The State of the Art. Nursing Forum. PMID: 26061697. doi: 10.1111/nuf.12140. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26061697

Kaddoura, M., Puri, A., & Dominick, C. A. (2014). International academic service learning: lessons learned from students' travel experiences of diverse cultural and health care practices in Morocco. Journal of Nursing Education, 53(1), 45-47. PMID: 24369774

Kaddoura, M., Cormier, C., Post, T. R., & Leduc, J. (2013). Resource collaboration: The benefits of utilizing child life specialists when dealing with pediatric stress. Educational Research Quarterly, 37(2), 3-15. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1467740822?pq-origsite=summon

Kaddoura, M. (2013). Think Pair Share: A teaching learning strategy to enhance students’ critical thinking. Educational Research Quarterly, 36(4), 3-24. http://search.proquest.com.proxy.lib.duke.edu/docview/1372123014?pq-orig...

Kaddoura, M. A. (2013). The effect of preceptor behavior on the critical thinking skills of new graduate nurses in the intensive care unit. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 44(11), 488-495; quiz 496-497. CNE article (1.3 contact hours) PMID: 23964674

Puri, A., Kaddoura, M., & Dominick, C. (2013). Student perception of travel service learning experience in Morocco. Journal of Dental Hygiene, 87(4), 234-243. PMID: 23986416

Kaddoura, M. (2012). New graduate nurses’ perceived definition of critical thinking during their first nursing experience. Educational Research Quarterly, 36(3), 3-21. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1412593277/A3559D0D3F004128PQ/2?accou...

Kaddoura, M. A., & Williams, C. (2012). Comparison of generic accelerated nursing students’ critical thinking skills before and after implementing the case study pedagogical method. Educational Research Quarterly, 35(4), 3-28. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1412594623?pq-origsite=summon

Kaddoura, M. A. (2011). Critical thinking skills of nursing students in lecture-based teaching and case-based learning. International Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 5(2), Article 20. Open access; available at: http://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/ij-sotl/vol5/iss2/20/ Article also republished online as an Insight Assessment “Independent Critical Thinking Research”

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010). New graduate nurses' perceptions of the effects of clinical simulation on their critical thinking, learning, and confidence. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 41(11), 506-516. PMID: 20672760

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010). Effect of the essentials of critical care orientation (ECCO) program on the development of nurses' critical thinking skills. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 41(9), 424-432. PMID: 20506928

Non-refereed publications:

Kaddoura, M., Puri, A., & Dominick, C. (2011). Cultural competence in nursing education: How can nursing students and nurses be culturally competent? The Nightingale (Massachusetts Student Nurses’ Association Official Newsletter), April 2011, pp. 10-11. URL: http://www.mastudentnurses.com/uploads/5/6/8/8/5688281/the_nightingale_s...

Kaddoura, M. A. (2009). Critical Thinking in Nursing Education: The Essentials of Critical Care Orientation (ECCO) Online Program vs. The Traditional Didactic "Face-To-Face" Teaching Program. (Dissertation, Simmons College). Available via: http://library.simmons.edu/search~/?searchtype=a&searcharg=kaddoura&SORT=R

Kaddoura, M. A. & Gwele, N. (2002). Critical Thinking in Case-Based Learning and Traditional Didactic Teaching (MS Thesis, University of Natal). Nexus Document ID 100954; document is available through the Nexus Database of Current and Completed Research in South Africa, accession number AN=NX0137854.

Chapters in books:

Book Chapters, Published

Kaddoura, M., Williams, C., & Jabaley, T. (2012). Curriculum innovation. In L. Zhan & L. P. Finch (Eds.), Accelerated Education in Nursing (pp. 15-38). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Kaddoura, M., Jabaley, T., & Williams, C. (2012). Clinical immersion as an innovative pedagogical approach in accelerated BSN programs. In L. Zhan & L. P. Finch (Eds.), Accelerated Education in Nursing (pp. 39-59). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Published expert panel reviews, consensus statements, practice guidelines, etc

Kaddoura, M., & Nursing Professional Practice Group. (2004). Guidelines to avoid and control ventilator-acquired pneumonia (VAP). [The guidelines were developed for the UAE Ministry of Health Nursing Practice Professional Group and were distributed for use by MOH hospitals in the United Arab Emirates.]

Kaddoura, M., & Nursing Professional Practice Group. (2003). Guidelines for the use of Normal Saline during endotracheal suctioning. [The guidelines were developed for the UAE Ministry of Health Nursing Practice Professional Group and were distributed for use by MOH hospitals in the United Arab Emirates.]

Kaddoura, M., & Nursing Professional Practice Group. (2001). Guidelines to avoid and control respiratory and urinary tract infections related to indwelling catheter and endotracheal suctioning. [The guidelines were developed for the UAE Ministry of Health Nursing Practice Professional Group and were distributed for use by MOH hospitals in the United Arab Emirates.]

Abstracts

Kaddoura, M. A. & Van Dyke, O. M. (2015). Perceived Benefits and Challenges of Repeated Exposure to High Fidelity Simulation Experiences of First Degree Accelerated BSN Students. 23rd Annual Conference for Nurse Educators: Partners in Developing Tomorrow’s Nurse, Sea Crest Beach Hotel, North Falmouth, MA, US, May, 27-29, 2015. Abstract available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26260522

Van Dyke, O. M. & Kaddoura, M. A. (2015). Interactive virtual simulations: Senior First Degree Accelerated BSN Students’ Perceptions on the Advantages and Challenges. 23rd Annual Conference for Nurse Educators: Partners in Developing Tomorrow’s Nurse, Sea Crest Beach Hotel, North Falmouth, MA, US, May, 27-29, 2015. Abstract available at:

Kaddoura, M. (2013). The impact of preceptor behavior on the critical thinking skills of beginning ICU nurses. Presentation, International Conference on Nursing & Emergency Medicine, Las Vegas, NV, Dec. 2-4, 2013. Abstract available online at: http://omicsgroup.org/journals/2167-1168/2167-1168-S1.002-087.pdf

Kaddoura, M. (2010). Online ECCO vs. didactic critical care nursing education program: What’s the difference in critical thinking development of new graduate nurses? Invited presentation at The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning International Conference (SoTL Commons Conference), Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, March 9-12. 2010. Abstract”: http://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/sotlcommons/SoTL/2010/11/

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010). The Essentials of Critical Care Orientation (ECCO) Program's Impact on new graduate nurses' critical thinking development. Podium Presentation, Sigma Theta Tau 21st International Nursing Research Congress: Global Diversity through Research, Education and Evidence-Based Practice, Orlando, FL, July 15, 2010. Abstract available at: https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Effect-of-the-essentials-of-critical-care-(ECCO)-on-Kaddoura/76ce1007aa78a98264ee684acc6fd5a4cfe25b7b

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010). New graduate nurses' perception of critical thinking development in critical care nursing training programs. Poster, Sigma Theta Tau 21st International Nursing Research Congress: Global Diversity through Research, Education and Evidence-Based Practice, Orlando, FL, July 15-16, 2010. Abstract: https://stti.confex.com/stti/congrs10/webprogram/Paper46215.html

Media

MCPHS School of Nursing (2011, March 7). MCPHS Nursing Program: Real Life. (YouTube video, 7:22). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83aW61IdLvE. [Video focuses on experiences of 3 MCPHS accelerated BSN students; it begins with a segment showing the students’ participation in a clinical simulation with guidance by Kaddoura, and also includes comments about teaching and learning by Kaddoura and other MCPHS nursing faculty.]

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010, July 15). The Essentials of Critical Care Orientation (ECCO) Program's Impact on new graduate nurses' critical thinking development. PowerPoint of podium presentation at Sigma Theta Tau 21st International Nursing Research Congress: Global Diversity through Research, Education and Evidence-Based Practice (Orlando, FL, July 15, 2010). 37-slide presentation available online at: https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Effect-of-the-essentials-of-critical-care-(ECCO)-on-Kaddoura/76ce1007aa78a98264ee684acc6fd5a4cfe25b7b

O’Lenick, M. (2010, July 19). Video about Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) 21st International Congress for Nursing Research (created for Florida Hospital News internal network TV and released nationally) included a segment on nurse researchers that featured Kaddoura. Archived via fhtvnews but no longer accessible.

Moshtagh, S. (2009, November 30). 2009 MASNA Conference, blog post in Keys to Inclusive Leadership in Nursing blog (William F. Connell School of Nursing, Boston College.URL: http://nursingkiln.wordpress.com/2009/11/30/2009-masna-fall-conference-2/ [Student perspective on Kaddoura’s keynote presentation at 2009 Massachusetts Student Nurses’ Association Conference.]

Karkada, S., Radhakrishnan, J., Natarajan, J., Matua, A. & Kaddoura, M. (2019). Clinical Competency among Novice Nursing Students in Simulation vs. Case Scenarios. Oman Medical Journal. In press.

Kaddoura, M. A., Van Dyke, O., & Yang, Q. (2017). Correlation between critical Thinking skills and national council licensure examination for registered nurse’s success in accelerated bachelor nursing students. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 12 (1), 3-7.

Kaddoura, M. A., Flint, E. P., Van Dyke, O., Yang, Q., & Chiang, L-C.  (2016, May-June). Academic and demographic predictors of NCLEX-RN pass rates in first- and second-degree accelerated BSN programs. Journal of Professional Nursing, 33 (3), 229-240.

Kaddoura, M. A., Vandyke, O., & Yan, Q. (2016). Impact of a concept map teaching approach on nursing students’ critical thinking skills. Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 18 (3), 350-354.

Kaddoura, M. A., Van Dyke, O., Cheng, B., Yan, Q., & Shea-Foisy, K. (2016). Impact of concept mapping on the development of clinical judgment skills in nursing students. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 11, 101-107. 

Kaddoura, M. A., Vandyke, O., & Yan, Q. (2016). Impact of a concept map teaching approach on nursing students’ critical thinking skills. Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 18 (3), 350-354. 

Awards & Distinctions

2018 - Teaching Effectiveness award, School of Nursing and Health Professions, University of San Francisco.

2015 – The first place Award for Excellence in Research at the INACSL 14th Annual International Nursing Simulation and Learning Conference, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA.

2014 – Most Inspiring Professor Award, School of Nursing, MCPHS University

2013 – Scholarship Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, MCPHS University

2013 – Most Interactive Professor Award, School of Nursing, MCPHS University

2012 – Quarter 1 Nursing ACE Award for NCLEX Teaching Excellence, Kaplan Foundation

2011 – Teacher of the Year Award, Division of Health Sciences, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

2009 – Nominated by students for Trustees Award for Teaching Excellence, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

2009 – PhD in Health Professions Education with High Distinction, Simmons College

2008 – Dean's Award for Commitment to Teaching Excellence, Accelerated Baccalaureate Nursing Program, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

2007 – Inducted, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Theta at Large Chapter)

2007 – Outstanding Academic Achievement Award in Health Professions Education, Simmons College

2007 – Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) in Health Professions Education with Distinction, Simmons College

2002 – Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), Summa Cum Laude University of Natal (Abu Dhabi Campus), Abu Dhabi, UAE

2002 – Master of Education (MEd), Summa Cum Laude University of Natal (Abu Dhabi Campus), Abu Dhabi, UAE

1992 – Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Summa Cum Laude American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon


Presentations

Cheng, B., Van Dyke, O. & Kaddoura, M. (2017). Concept Mapping: Success Tool for Academia and Clinical Practice. Accepted for Sigma Theta Tau International's 28th International Nursing Research Congress, July 2017, Dublin, Ireland, Poster Presentation

Cheng, B., Van Dyke, O. & Kaddoura, M. (2017). Promoting clinical judgment through use of concept mapping. Spring 2017 Massachusetts/Rhode Island League of Nursing Conference, Sutton, MA, April 7, 2017; Poster Presentation

Van Dyke, O., Kaddoura, M. & Cheng, B. (2017). Factors Influencing Nursing Students’ Academic and Clinical Performance. Accepted for 25th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators, North Falmouth, MA, June 2017; Poster Presentation

Van Dyke, O., Cheng, B. & Kaddoura, M. (2017). Concept Mapping: Alternative Teaching Strategy in Development of Clinical Judgment Skills. Accepted for 25th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators, North Falmouth, MA, June 2017; Poster Presentation

Cheng, B., Kaddoura, M. & Van Dyke, O. (2017). Building Students’ Clinical Competence with Simulation. Accepted for 25th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators, North Falmouth, MA, June 2017; Poster Presentation

Van Dyke, O., Cheng, B. & Kaddoura, M. (2017). Concept Mapping: Alternative Teaching Strategy in Development of Clinical Judgment Skills. Accepted for the 2nd World Congress on Nursing and Nursing Education, Miami, FL, November 2017; Podium Presentation

Van Dyke, O., Cheng, B. & Kaddoura, M. (2017). Development of critical thinking through debriefing. Accepted for the 2nd World Congress on Nursing and Nursing Education, Miami, FL, November 2017; Podium Presentation

Van Dyke, O., Cheng, B. & Kaddoura, M. (2016). Use of Concept Mapping in Education: From Class Room to Clinical Practice. The Teaching Professor Technology Conference, Atlanta, GA, October 2016; Podium Presentation

Puri, A., Dominick, C., Kaddoura, M. (2016, October). Impact of Satisfaction and Quality of Prenatal Care on Well-Being of Pregnant Women and Impact of Postnatal Care Satisfaction on Well-Being of New Mother’s in Delhi slums. Poster session presented at the American Public Health Association Conference, Denver, CO.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2016). MSN clinical teaching Strategies, Resources and Challenges and clinical evaluation strategies. Invited presentation at Sultan Qaboos University Conference, Muscat, Oman, 18th December, 2016.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2016). Integration of simulation as a teaching and learning strategy. Invited presentation at Sultan Qaboos University Conference, Muscat, Oman, 20th, December, 2016.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2016). A typical Day in the Life of an APN preceptor: Personal Experiences and Observations. Invited presentation at Sultan Qaboos University Conference, Muscat, Oman, 21st, December, 2016

Kaddoura, M. A. (2016). Debriefing strategies for Undergraduate and Post graduate students. Invited presentation at Sultan Qaboos University Conference, Muscat, Oman, 22nd, December, 2016

Van Dyke, O., Kaddoura, M. & Cheng, B.  (2016). Use of Concept Mapping in Education: From Classroom to Clinical Practice. The Teaching Professor Technology Conference, October 2016; Podium Presentation, Atlanta, GA.

Kaddoura, M. A. & Van Dyke, O. M. (2016). Innovative Use of High Fidelity Simulation in Nursing Education: Transition from Classroom to Clinical Practice. EDU-SIM 2016. Transforming The Educational Landscape: Simulation, Innovation, and Technology, Clearwater Beach, Florida March 13-15, 2016, Tampa, Florida.

Kaddoura, M., Puri, A., & Dominick, C. A. (2014). International academic service learning: lessons learned from students' travel experiences of diverse cultural and health care practices in Morocco. Presented at Columbia University Department of Public Health for the Masters in Public Health “MPH” faculty and students

Kaddoura, M. (2013). The impact of preceptor behavior on the critical thinking skills of beginning ICU nurses. International Conference on Nursing and Emergency Medicine, Las Vegus, NV, USA.

Dominick, C., Puri, A., Kaddoura, M. (2013). Health Professions Students’ Perceptions of international service learning on their development as culturally competent inter-professional health care providers. Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP) Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2011). Perception of new graduate nurses’ impact of clinical simulation on their critical thinking, learning, and confidence. Invited presentation, EPS Montreal International Forum on Intensive Care Medicine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Puri, A., Kaddoura, M. A., & Dominick, C. (2011). Health profession students’ perceptions of travel service learning on their development as culturally competent inter-professional healthcare providers. Second North American/Global Dental Hygiene Research Conference, Bethesda, MD.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010). Baccalaureate new graduate nurses’ perceptions of critical thinking. Invited presentation at Development in Critical Care Nursing Education Programs: 2010 Mosby’s Faculty Development Institute Conference, San Diego, CA.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010). Genetics and genomics. Oral presentation moderator. Sigma Theta Tau 21st International Nursing Research Congress: Global Diversity through Research, Education and Evidence-Based Practice

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010). Immigration in nursing research. Oral presentation moderator. Sigma Theta Tau 21st International Nursing Research Congress: Global Diversity through Research, Education and Evidence-Based Practice

Kaddoura, M. A. (2009). Novice critical care nurses’ perception of critical thinking development in the online Essentials of Critical Care Orientation Program. Invited presentation at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC)

Kaddoura, M. A. (2009). New graduate nurses’ perception of critical thinking development of the new graduates in critical care didactic nursing training program. Invited presentation at Mass. General Hospital Critical Nurse Educator and Manager Conference, MGH, Boston, MA.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2009). Nursing Council Licensure Exam and future nurses: Innovative strategies to pass the NCLEX. Invited keynote presentation at 2009 MaSNA Fall Conference: The Future of Nursing, Boston College, Boston, MA.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2009). Critical thinking development in graduate students. Invited speaker. Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Now: MCPHS University) White Coat Ceremony for the Master in Nursing Graduate Students, MCPHS, Worcester, MA.

Van Dyke, O., Kaddoura, M. & Cheng, B.  (2016). Integrating Debriefing across the Nursing Curriculum: Influence on Development of Critical Thinking Skills in Junior Students. 24th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators, June 1-3, 2016, North Falmouth, MA. June 1-3, 2016

Kaddoura, M., Van Dyke, O. & Cheng, B.  (2016). Influence of High Fidelity Simulation on Development of Clinical Judgment: Comparing Two Approaches. 24th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators, June 1-3, 2016, North Falmouth, MA.

Van Dyke, O.  M., Kaddoura, M. A., & Cheng B. (2016). Promoting Student Clinical Judgment Skills with Simulation: Using Innovative Methodologies. EDU-SIM 2016. Transforming The Educational Landscape: Simulation, Innovation, and Technology, Clearwater Beach, Florida March 13-15, 2016, Tampa, Florida.

Van Dyke, O., Kaddoura, M. & Cheng, B.  (2015). Promoting Clinical Success through Implementation of Virtual reality Simulation into Accelerated Baccalaureate Nursing Program. 10thAnnual NLN/Elsevier Technology Conference, October 2015, Tampa, Florida.

Noonan, D., Hartman, M., Biederman, D., Kaddoura, M. A., & Gordon, H. (2015). Incorporating Wellness into The Accelerated Bachelors of Science in Nursing (ABSN) Curriculum- An Overview and Lessons Learned. Duke AHEAD Health Professions Education Day, 18 September, 2015, the Great Hall at the Trent Semans Center, Duke University, Durham, NC.

Kaddoura, M. A. & Van Dyke, O. M. (2015). The influence of weekly High Fidelity Patient Simulation sessions on the students' decision making and problem solving abilities, and clinical skills. INACSL 14th Annual International Nursing Simulation and Learning Conference, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA.

Kaddoura, M. A., Van Dyke, O. M., & Smallwood, C. (2015). Influence of High Fidelity Patient Simulation (HFPS) Debriefing on Development of Critical Thinking Skills in junior students enrolled into accelerated BSN program. INACSL 14th Annual International Nursing Simulation and Learning Conference, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA.

Kaddoura, M. A. & Van Dyke, O. M. (2015). Perceived Benefits and Challenges of Repeated Exposure to High Fidelity Simulation Experiences of First Degree Accelerated BSN Students.

Van Dyke, O. M. & Kaddoura, M. A. (2015). Interactive virtual simulations: Senior First Degree Accelerated BSN Students’ Perceptions on the Advantages and Challenges. 23rd Annual Conference for Nurse Educators: Partners in Developing Tomorrow’s Nurse, Sea Crest Beach Hotel, North Falmouth, MA, US.

Puri, A., Kaddoura, M. A., & Dominick, C. (2012). Health profession students’ perceptions of travel service learning on their development as culturally competent inter-professional healthcare providers. Second Annual MCPHS Faculty Scholarship Showcase, Worcester, MA.

Van Dyke, O. M. & Kaddoura, M. A. (2013). Virtual simulation: Impact on nursing students’ clinical reasoning, academic performance, and decision making skills. Third Annual MCPHS Faculty Scholarship Showcase; Worcester, MA.

Kaddoura, M. A. & Van Dyke, O. M. (2013). High Fidelity simulation and nursing students’ patient care and problem solving skills. Third Annual MCPHS Faculty Scholarship Showcase, Worcester, MA.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2012). Clinical immersion as an innovative pedagogical approach in accelerated BSN programs. Second Annual MCPHS Faculty Scholarship Showcase, Worcester, MA.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2012). Curriculum innovation. Second Annual MCPHS Faculty Scholarship Showcase, MCPHS, Worcester, MA.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2011). The essentials of critical care orientation (ECCO) program’s impact on nurses’ critical thinking development. First Annual MCPHS Faculty Scholarship Showcase, Worcester, MA.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2011). Perception of clinical simulation on new graduate nurses’ critical thinking, learning, and confidence. First Annual MCPHS Faculty Scholarship Showcase, Worcester, MA.

Lovejoy-Smith, L. & Kaddoura, M. (2011). Perceptions of nursing students on the effectiveness of stress reduction techniques on their learning, coping, and academic performance. First Annual MCPHS Faculty Scholarship Showcase, Worcester, MA.

Lovejoy-Smith, L. & Kaddoura, M. (2011). Perceptions of nursing students on the effectiveness of stress reduction techniques on their learning, coping, and academic performance. St. Anselm Nurse Educator Conference, Hyannis, MA.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010). Fostering critical thinking in critical care nurses. Nurses Day Academic Professional Session, Cambridge Hospital, Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge, MA.

Kaddoura, M. A. (2010). New graduate nurses’ perception of critical thinking development in critical care nursing training programs. The 18th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators: Nursing Education: Best Practice. Saint Anselm College, Hyannis, MA.

Dominick, C., Puri, A., Kaddoura, M., & Boyd, L. (2010). Travel learning mission project. The 9th Annual Fall Colleges of the Fenway Teaching and Learning Collaborative, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA.

University of San Francisco Teaching Effectiveness Award, 2018

International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) 14th Annual International Nursing Simulation and Learning Conference First Place Award for Excellence in Research, 2015

MCPHS University Most Inspiring Professor and Most Interactive Professor Awards, 2014

MCPHS University Scholarship Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, 2013

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Teacher of the Year Award, 2011

Most Interactive Professor Award, School of Nursing, MCPHS University, 2013

Quarter 1 Nursing ACE Award for NCLEX Teaching Excellence, Kaplan Foundation, 2012

Professional Organizations and Community Service

Community Service

2017-present: Member, Magis Project Processes and Systems Committee, University of San Francisco

2017-present: Member, Honorary Degree Committee, University of San Francisco

Professional Organizations

2009-present: Member, American Association of Colleges of Nursing: (AACN)

2014-present: Member, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF)

2014-present: Member, American Association of Nurse Practitioners

2014-Present: Faculty Advisor, Duke American Assembly of Male Nurses (DAAMN)

2015-Present: , International Nursing Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL)

2015-Present: Member, Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH)

2009-present: Member, American Assembly of Male Nurses (AAMN)

2006-2009: Member, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

2009-2013: Faculty Mentor; Event/conference participant, Colleges of the Fenway (COF) Teaching and Learning Collaborative (Boston area, MA)

1998-2005: Member, Critical Care Nursing Professional Practice Group (NPPG), UAE

2011: Speaker at MCN Legislative Day events in Nurses’ Hall, Massachusetts State House , Massachusetts Colleges of Nursing (MCN)

2009-2014: Faculty Advisor;Board of Directors Member, Massachusetts Student Nurses’ Association (MASNA)

2011: MASNA representative to MCN, Massachusetts Student Nurses’ Association (MASNA)

2009-2014: NCSBN item development and revision panels: Member, National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) NCLEX Examination Committee

2009-present: Member, National League for Nursing (NLN)        

2007-present: Member, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing  (STTI)

2007-present: Community Nurse Leader  , STTI, Theta at Large Chapter

2014-present: Member, Sigma Theta Tau – Beta Epsilon Chapter

Community Organizations

1992-2005: Beirut and UAE - Member, American University of Beirut (AUB) alumni association 2014-present: Triangle (NC) Chapter - Member

1989-1998: Volunteer.  Provided first aid and ambulance services and assisted with blood drives, primary health care, and social services for all sectors of Lebanese society including international communities, Lebanon Red Cross, Beirut, Lebanon (collaborations with International Federation and Norwegian  French Red Cross)

2008-2011: Volunteer guest lecturer in science (medical science) and/or social studies (“Faith and Islamic Studies”); separate lectures for elementary and middle school students, Lincoln School  (public elementary/middle school), Brookline, MA

2010-2012: Collaborating health care provider; administered flu vaccinations, primarily to low-income community residents, Massachusetts Department of Public Health outreach to communities in Roxbury and Boston, MA

2014-present: Volunteer. Administered and supervised nursing students administering flu shots, Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON Flu Fighter Clinic)

2015 Volunteer. Served nursing students and their families, ABSN Friends and Family Day

2014-2015: Acted in simulation as a standardized patient and facilitator of debriefing at Duke University School of Nursing, School of Medicine, and DUKE AHEAD Interdisciplinary simulation events , Duke Emergency Nursing (DEN) Haunted Hospital

Presentations

Kaddoura, M., Van Dyke, O., & Cheng, B. (2018). Development of Leadership Skills by Senior Nursing Students. Accepted for the 26th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators. Clinicians and Educators “Partnering to Develop Competence”, North Falmouth, MA, 31 May 2018; Poster Presentation

Cheng, B., Kaddoura, M. & Van Dyke, O. (2018). Development of Effective Delegation Skills by Nursing Students. Accepted for the 26th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators. Clinicians and Educators “Partnering to Develop Competence”, North Falmouth, MA, 31 May 2018; Poster Presentation

Van Dyke, O., Kaddoura, M. & Cheng, B. (2018). Development of Clinical Judgment through Reflective Debriefing. Accepted for the 26th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators. Clinicians and Educators “Partnering to Develop Competence”, North Falmouth, MA, 31 May 2018; Poster Presentation

Van Dyke, O., Kaddoura, M. & Cheng, B. (2018). Nurturing Future Leaders. ANA Massachusetts Spring 2018 Conference, Dedham, MA, April 6, 2018; Poster Presentation

Cheng, B., Kaddoura, M. & Van Dyke, O. (2018).  Transforming Clinical Experience: Improving Quality of Care. ANA Massachusetts Spring 2018 Conference, Dedham, MA, April 6, 2018; Poster Presentation