Nadine M. Marchi, DNP, RN, CNE, CRRN, CHSE is a clinical assistant professor of nursing teaching in the ABSN and RN/BSN program. She is a certified nurse educator, certified healthcare simulation educator and rehabilitation nurse with experience in dialysis, pediatrics, rehabilitation and occupational health.
Previously, Dr. Marchi served as Instructor and Assistant to the director for the graduate entry nursing program at Case Western Reserve University where she also earned her DNP. She has 14 years of instructional experience and is a Quality Matters peer reviewer. Dr. Marchi practiced at the Cleveland Clinic as a Transitional Care Coordinator before moving to the area.
At George Washington University School of Nursing, Dr. Marchi taught in the clinical area at George Washington University Hospital. At the hospital, Dr. Marchi uses an innovative clinical teaching strategy known as the Dedicated Education Unit to help students learn in the clinical area. Dr. Marchi has taught the Patient Safety and Medical Surgical Nursing 2 Courses along with clinical, labs and patient simulations over the past three years at George Washington University School of Nursing. In 2021, Dr. Marchi developed and began teaching two new courses Adult Geriatrics 1 and Safe Client Care. Dr. Marchi has introduced new simulations into the classroom along with serious gaming. She has also created online modules using RISE for students to complete to enhance learning. Dr. Marchi also serves on a variety of school and national committees regarding nursing education. She received the Case Western Reserve University Educational Support Services Outstanding Faculty Advocate for Diverse Students in November, 2017 and the DAISY award at GWU SON in May 2021. Dr. Marchi has published articles in a variety of nursing education journals.
Case Western Reserve University – Doctor of Nursing Practice (2014)
The University of Akron – Master of Science in Nursing (1987)
The University of Akron – Bachelor of Science in Nursing (1980)