Margeaux Johnson, MLS
Instructional Designer III
University of Florida
Margeaux Johnson is an IT Analyst with the University of Florida Center for Instructional Technology & Training. She has designed learning experiences for diverse fields including Dentistry, Nursing, Public Health, Engineering, and Mathematics. With 20+ years of experience in higher education, her expertise has focused on pedagogically sound integrations of emerging technologies. Her current research interests as a doctoral student in Educational Technology examine AI/AR/VR learning tools for Interprofessional Education experiences in the health sciences.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Poster Description: BACKGROUND: Comprehensive and coordinated approaches are needed to teach students how to address health care needs, cultural sensitivity, and empathy when interprofessional knowledge is of paramount importance for the overall outcome. Simulation experiences are known as effective interprofessional education (IPE) activities, and use of virtual patients (VP) is an emerging Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled approach in IPE. An advantage of VPs is that learners can access them at anytime and anywhere, providing a flexible, yet coordinated learning environment. This poster…
Lightning Talk Description:  Description: This Lightning Talk will describe an innovative interprofessional educational session with second year dental students and third year occupational therapy doctorate students. Students collaborated in a variety of activities to develop strategies to positively enhance the dental visit experience for individuals across the lifespan with sensory sensitivities or chronic pain. Summit theme: This collaborative interprofessional session allowed students to learn about the challenges faced by special patient populations in accessing oral health care, and…