Evaluating Cultural Competence In Undergraduate Nursing Students | 64539
Journal of Nursing & Care
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Francine B. Jensen is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Utah Valley University where she teaches at the associate and bachelors levels. Prior to teaching, Ms. Jensen spent eight years in gastrointestinal, telemetry, emergency and trauma nursing at the University of Virginia Medical Center, Yale-New Haven Hospital, and Inova Fairfax Level I Trauma Center. She has presented at international nursing conferences in Tallin, Estonia, and the Netherlands. Her research interests center around interpersonal relationships in nursing and ways to improve engagement for students in the classroom. She received her Masters from George Mason University and is a current doctoral student.
Nyree-Dawn Nichols has been a nurse for 12 years. Her medical background has been in Emergency Medicine, Trauma and Critical Care. She has 5 years fulltime teaching experience. Teaching students has been very rewarding and her passion for teaching grows continually. She is married with 4 children and loves being a mom.