Maha Habre, ,CENCase Western/Lebanese American University DNP
Maha Habre is a Masters-prepared registered nurse specialized in and passionate about advanced practice emergency and high acuity nursing care. She is currently academically and clinically teaching at the Alice Ramez Chagoury School of Nursing at the Lebanese American University. After completing her BS in Nursing at the University of Balamand, she worked as a Staff Nurse at the Emergency Department of the American University of Beirut Medical Center. In 2009, she received the Magnet Champion of the Year award. She later became the first American Board-Certified Emergency Nurse in Lebanon in 2009. She gained her Masters degree in Nursing, Adult Care, with a Minor in Education at the American University of Beirut in February 2012 after completing a summer residency on Advanced Practice Emergency Nursing at the Johns Hopkins University and Hospital. Her areas of practice, teaching, and research experience include but are not limited to: triage, trauma care, sepsis and shock care, brain injury, other emergency and high acuity nursing care, use of simulation in nursing education, and inter-professional health and social care education. Maha is currently admitted into the Post-MSN Doctor of Nursing Practice program at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. She is eager to advance the nursing profession and education in her home country Lebanon.
Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Nurse Leader – Emergency Care & Trauma Response
Dissertation: Emergency Management of Mass Casualty Trauma in urban and rural settings (anticipated)