Rola Moghabghab is an associate scientist with Education Research and the director of interprofessional practice at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). She also has an adjunct appointment at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto.
Dr. Moghabghab received her undergraduate degree in nursing from King’s College, University of London, UK and both her master's and PhD from the University of Toronto. She has extensive clinical experience as a registered nurse and nurse practitioner in geriatric mental health and geriatrics working in different hospital and community settings. More recently she has worked in regulatory policy and professional practice roles. In the role of director, interprofessional practice, she supports the scholarly and academic practice of clinicians and practice leaders by facilitating programs such as the Barford Advanced Practice Nursing Scholarship Program and annual Research Challenge small grants.
Areas of Research
Dr. Moghabghab’s program of research has been focused on the implementation and evaluation of evidence-based practice into actual clinical care and on the professional practice of nurses. In addition to these interests, current projects are focused on: the integration of physical and mental health care into clinical practice; strategies to stabilize the nursing workforce in mental health and initiatives to increase the participation of practice leaders and clinicians in scholarly and academic practice.