Nicole Macdonald, DrPH, ATC, CSCS
Chair for the Department of Allied Health Professions
CBU Health Science Campus
Dr. Nicole MacDonald, is Professor and Chair for the Department of Allied Health Professions at California Baptist University. She earned her DrPH in Preventive Care and MPH in Health Promotion and Education from Loma Linda University. She is program director of the Master of Science in Athletic Training program since its inception in 2007. She teaches the evidence-based research courses, therapeutic modalities and general medical conditions in the athletic training program. She received the CBU Board of Trustees Professor of the Year award in 2019. Her research interests include the areas of athletic training, interprofessional education, obesity, and stress management.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Innovative Use of the Interprofessional Collaborative Competency Attainment Survey (ICCAS) Across 6 Healthcare Programs
California Baptist University’s (CBU) health profession programs recognize the international call for integration of interprofessional education competencies to prepare students for collaborative practice. Called2Collaborate, CBU’s IPE leadership team, engage, educate and mentor faculty to integrate interprofessional curricula, learning experiences and learning assessments across health-related disciplines at California Baptist University and in the community. One proposed approach to improving health professionals’ abilities to work effectively in teams is to integrate the required…