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Mahaman Moussa

Senior Core Faculty

College of Nursing

Degree Program Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Dr. Mahaman Moussa is a senior core faculty member in Walden University’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program and the president and CEO of Raouda Medical Center of Tahoua in Niger, Africa. As a certified Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP), he has been a faculty member for more than 10 years and worked as a geriatric primary care provider.
At the Raouda Medical Center, Dr. Moussa provides free and low-cost care to underserved populations of all ages. He oversees operations for the 50-bed hospital and treats patients through telemedicine and during regular visits to Niger. In addition, he provides free medical services to the underserved and uninsured patients at a free health clinic in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
His research interests focus on global health and health literacy, and he wrote a book titled “An e-health approach to foster diabetes knowledge of African Americans.” Dr. Moussa’s international experience also includes being a keynote speaker at conferences in China, the Middle East and Africa.

Dr. Moussa was Laureate International Universities 2017 “Here for Good Award” honouree, and he received Walden University’s 2017 “Commitment to Social Change” award. In addition to being fluent in French and English, Dr. Moussa has two doctorate degrees, including a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP).

Courses Taught

NURS 6531 - Adult Health Across Life span

NURS 6512 - Advanced Health Assessment

NURS 6501 - Pathophysiology

Education

DNP, University of Massachusetts/Amherst

MSN, Winston Salem State University

BSN, Winston Salem State University

Public Service

Rawdah Medical Center, President - , Niger

Awards / Honors

Commitment to Social Change Award, Walden University, 2017

Laureate 2017 “ Here For Good” Honoree., Laureate University, 2017

Publications

Moussa, M. L. (2016). : An e-health approach to foster Diabetic Knowledge of African American .

Moussa, M. L., Sherrod, D., Choi, J. (2013). E-Health Intervention for Increasing Diabetes Knowledge in African Americans with Diabetes. International Journal of Nursing Practice.

Roberts, D., Moussa, M. L., Sherrod, D. (2011). Foster cultural responsiveness on your unit. Nursing Management: The Journal of Excellence in Nursing Leadership.

Morgan, P. D., Stone, J. L., Moussa, M. L., Fogel, J., Steele, L. L. (2018). Grade experience of online nurse practitioner students: Effects of taking more than 1 clinical course per term. Nurse Educator.

Moussa, M. L., Sherrod, D., Choi, J. (2012). Use of E-health to Improve Health Literacy and decrease health Disparity among Diabetic African Americans. Journal of Best Practices in Health Professions Diversity: Research, Education and Policy.

Presentations

Morgan, P. D., Stone, J. L., Moussa, M. L., Steele, L. L., Fogel, J. (2016). Comparison of grade experience between online NP students who double clinical courses and those who do not double clinical courses. Association of Black Nursing Faculty 29th Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference.