Mary B. Moran is a Clinical Nursing Instructor at Columbia University School of Nursing. She worked for a number of years in the Health Care System in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and North Kensington, London. Ms. Moran was the coordinator of a team of British nurses in Ichylov Hospital, Tel Aviv in 1979. In 1980, Ms. Moran moved to the United States, where she worked as Critical Care Nurse during the height of the AIDS epidemic. In 1985, she joined the International Rescue Committe, a Humanitarian Organization providing care to refugee populations. As a member of the Public Health Team, Ms. Moran was the Evacuation Coordinator of 90,000 Ethiopian Refugees from Wod Kowli Refugee camp in western Sudan. Throughout the 90's she was deployed to other refugee settings in Easter Africa, including Rwanda & Zaire.
Ms. Moran received her nursing diploma in England during the 1960's and earned her Health Visitor's Diploma in Oxford, England. She joined Columbia University School of Nursing in early 2000s where she continues to practice as a Clinical Nursing Instructor.
mS-FNP, MPH, RN, CCRN-K
Clinical Nursing Instructor