Margory Molloy
Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing

Margory “Margie Molloy” DNP, RN, CNE, CHSE is an Assistant Professor and the Director of the Center for Nursing Discovery (CND) at the Duke University School of Nursing. Currently, Margie consults with faculty in the pre-licensure and advance practice programs to plan clinical laboratory experiences for nursing students, which include integration of the didactic component with hands on experience in the lab. Margie’s focus in the CND has been to make it a learner-centered environment. With the growth of simulation in nursing education, Margie is active in making students comfortable in this practice setting, with knowledge, skills and attitudes being transferable to the practice setting. She is involved in developing interprofessional collaborative experiences that focus on patient safety, effective teamwork and communication. She is interested in using innovative technologies to engage distance-based students in on campus simulation events as well as exploring strategies to augment reality. Margie was part of a team that was awarded the 2010 Campus Technology Innovators Award for “SimSoap…An Educational Twitter Soap Opera for Nurses”. She was the recipient of “Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award” in 2011 and 2012 and recipient of the Spring 2012 Catalyst Faculty Innovation Award with a colleague- Title of Project “Incorporating Obesity Education into the Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum”. In May 2015, Margie, along with two of her colleagues were recipients of the Bayada Award for Technological Innovation for the use of Google Glass to enhance realism of simulation for nursing students. Margie, most led the team effort that was successful in seeking accreditation for the simulation lab in the Teaching/Education Standard through the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.

Current Research Interests

Simulation Pedagogy

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Location- Pearson Building Room 2041

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