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Faculty and Staff

Jada C. Quinn, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, ACNP-BC

Clinical Assistant Professor / Course Coordinator
College of Nursing

E-mail: caldwejn@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone: 803-777-0851
Fax: 803-777-0550
Office:

College of Nursing
University of South Carolina
1601 Greene Street, Room 524 
Columbia, SC 29208-4001
United States

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Background

  • University of South Carolina- Columbia, SC 1998-2002: Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • University of South Carolina- Columbia; Columbia, SC 2005-2009: Doctor of Nursing Practice. Emphasis Area: Family Nurse Practitioner, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner

Teaching

  • Course Faculty: Spring 2010- NURS 412: Acute Care Nursing of Adults I USC College of Nursing
  • Course Faculty: Spring 2010-  NURS 412: Acute Care Nursing of Adults I Clinical Simulation Lab
  • Course Faculty: Spring 2010-  NURS 412: Acute Care Nursing of Adults I Distance learning; USC College of Nursing
  • Course Faculty: Fall 2010-  NURS 422: Acute Care Nursing of Adults II USC College of Nursing
  • Course Faculty: Fall 2010-  NURS 422: Acute Care Nursing of Adults II Clinical- USC College of Nursing
  • Course Faculty: Fall 2010-  JNURS 422: Acute Care Nursing of  Adults II Distance Learning; USC College of Nursing
  • Course Faculty/ Course Co-Coordinator: Spring 2011 NURS 412 Acute Care Nursing of Adults I- USC College of Nursing.
  • Course Faculty/ Course Co-Coordinator: Spring 2011 NURS 412  Acute Care Nursing  of Adults I Distance Learning; USC College of Nursing

Dissemination

  • Podium Presentation: 2010, Local, Quinn, J., Treatment of group A streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis: Cephalosporins versus penicillins, Mary Ann Parsons Lectureship. Columbia, SC, February 2010.
  • Poster Presentation: 2010, Regional, Quinn, J., Treatment of group A streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis: Cephalosporins versus penicillins. 8th Annual Research Symposium sponsored by Greenville Hospital System and Sigma Theta Tau, International. Greenville, SC, September 2010.
  • Course Restructuring Activities, NURS 412 Course: Redesigned, developed and implemented new course content, lecture format and tests. Developed and implemented visual learning aids that are being integrated into current nursing learning structure throughout the undergraduate courses in the University of South Carolina-Columbia, College of Nursing in 2010.
  • Course Restructuring Activities, NURS 422 Course: University of South Carolina- Redesigned, developed and implemented new course content, lecture format and tests. Developed and implemented visual learning aids that are being integrated into current nursing learning structure throughout the undergraduate courses in the University of South Carolina-Columbia, College of Nursing in 2010.
  • Implemented instructional strageties in NURS 412 and NURS 422 courses. Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) assessment predictor for success on national NCLEX exam yielded an increase in the group percentile national  ranking from 77 in 2009 to 95 in 2010.

Professional Service

  • Member, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc.- Delta Eta Chapter Columbia, SC (2001- present)
  • Member, South Carolina Nurses Association (2006-present)
  • Member, American Nurses’ Association (2006-present)
  • Member, Sigma Theta Tau International  Nursing Honor Society, Alpha Xi Chapter (2001-present)
  • Member, University of South Carolina, College of Nursing Partnership Board

Professional Practice

2003-present. Palmetto Health Richland. Registered Nurse. Specialty areas of emergency and critical care. Columbia SC, 2003-present.

2010. June, July. QIO Officer. S. C. Department of Health and Human Services. Contract position via University of South Carolina, College of Nursing, Columbia, SC

Publications (Selected)

Quinn, J. (2009). Treatment of group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis: Cephalosporins versus penicillins. (Doctoral Evidence Based Practice Project, University of South Carolina at Columbia, SC, 2009).

Contributor to the following work:
Herman, J., Manning, L., Zager, L. (2011)   The Eight Step Approach to Teaching Clinical Nursing, Dahlonega, GA: ICAN Publishing.