Dr. Salwa Paige
Dr. Salwa Paige is an assistant professor for the School of Nursing. Her doctoral capstone project focused on using simulated disaster training to determine the level of mass casualty triage competency amongst emergency nurses. Her areas of clinical expertise include adult emergency/trauma, critical care, medical/surgical nursing, simulation and informatics.
Dr. Paige has been a clinical faculty member at Westchester Community College, Pace University, and Lienhard School of Nursing. She has taught undergraduate medical surgical nursing, clinical simulation, and fundamentals in nursing. Her future interests include expanding simulation as a teaching pedagogy and expanding opportunities to integrate informatics and state-of-the-art technology into the curriculum. She will be developing clinical scenarios with special emphasis on cultural diversity. Her goal is to facilitate learning for students that will produce nurses that provide safe, culturally competent, and quality care.
She is a member of several professional organizations including the American Nurses Association, New York State Nurses Association, and Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI).