Michael D. Moon,
PhD, MSN, RN, CNS-CC, CEN, FAEN is currently serving as a member of the
Emergency Nurses Association board of directors, the specialty nursing
association serving the emergency nursing profession through research,
publications, professional development, and emphasis on
quality and patient safety. Moon’s term ends in December 2014.
Moon is an
instructor with the University of the Incarnate Word Ila Faye Miller School of Nursing
in San Antonio, Texas. He is a national speaker on emergency nursing issues,
and has testified before the Texas legislature on trauma care. Moon is a
contributing author to several journals, including the Journal of Emergency Nursing, Nursing Education Perspectives and
the Texas Journal of Rural Health.
He has served as
a director on the ENA board of directors from 2002-2006 and is currently a
member of the San Antonio chapter of the Emergency Nurses Association, as well
as a two time past president of the Texas Emergency Nurses Association. He
was inducted into the Academy of Emergency Nursing in 2007. In addition to
his work with ENA, Moon is a member of the American Nurses Association,
American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, Sigma Theta Tau
International Nursing Honor Society, Golden Key Honor Society, and Pi Lamda
Theta Honor Society. He is also a senator of the University of the
Incarnate Word Faculty Senate, and serves as the university’s student
nurses association co-faculty advisor.
Moon is listed
in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 7th ed.,
and was named Teacher of the Year for 2001 by Texas Tech University Health
Sciences Center Student Senate. He is a charter member of the Iota Mu
chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society. Moon was
recognized as a South Texas image Maker by the San Antonio chapter of the
Emergency Nurses Association and Delta Alpha Chapter at Large of Sigma Theta
Tau, International in 2007.
Moon earned his
Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Texas Tech University Health
Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas and his Master of Science in nursing degree
from University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio. He is currently
a candidate for his Doctorate of Philosophy degree in education from Texas
State University - San Marcos with an expected completion of the degree in
2012. He is a certified emergency nurse, and a Trauma Nurse Core
Curriculum and Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course instructor for ENA.
For more information, please contact the ENA Executive Services Office at 1-847-460-4095 or ExecOffice@ena.org.