Roxanne Dsouza-Norwood, RDH, MS
Assistant Professor
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Adams School of Dentistry
Roxanne Dsouza-Norwood, RDH, MS is an assistant professor of Dental Hygiene Programs at the UNC Adams School of Dentistry. In her current role, she works with dental, undergraduate dental hygiene, and graduate dental hygiene students in research projects, didactic education, and clinical education. She is the second-year dental hygiene clinic director, the honor’s thesis program departmental liaison, and directs undergraduate dental hygiene periodontology courses. Roxanne has also participated in and led several interprofessional initiatives across healthcare disciplines such as pharmacy, nursing, social work, medicine, etc. at UNC

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Poster Description: Evaluations of interprofessional competencies of students in didactic activities often use self-assessment measurements or focus on the whole team rather than individual abilities. Methods to measure interprofessional competencies using objective observers that evaluate individual students are lacking. This study tested a newly-developed evaluation tool called IPEC-Competency Assessment Tool for Individual Students (I-CATIS) used by trained third party observers to evaluate pharmacy, dental, and dental hygiene students collaborating on a patient case for a didactic…