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Dr. Nancy A. Moriber

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Nancy Moriber is an Assistant Professor in the Fairfield University School of Nursing and the Program Director for the Fairfield University & Bridgeport Hospital Nurse Anesthesia Program. She received her BSN degree with Academic Distinction from the State University of New York at Binghamton and went on the work in critical care at NYU Medical Center. Following this, she  earned her MS in Nursing with a concentration in nurse anesthesia from Columbia University and a PhD from the Rush University Graduate College, where she focused on the evaluation and assessment of comfort in pediatric patient during the perioperative setting. She was awarded the University’s Kellogg Scholarshipand the Golden Lamp Society Award for Doctoral Dissertation Studies to support her doctoral work. Dr. Moriber has been a practicing certified registered nurse anesthetist for 28 years and has held multiple leadership positions including most currently, Chair of the New England Association of Nurse Anesthetists. She has been involved in nurse anesthesia education since 1997 serving in both an academic and clinical capacity. She has expertise in quantitative research and statistical analysis, and currently focuses on enhancing nurse anesthesia education through the integration of simulation across the curriculum. Dr. Moriber has also authored multiple book chapters and journal articles, including those focusing on the integration of simulation in nursing education. 

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