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Jacqueline Rae Williams, RN, MSN

Assistant Professor

Jacqueline Williams

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Faculty - Nursing
College of Nursing
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Jacqueline Rae Williams, RN, MSN

Assistant Professor

Jacque Williams has been an adjunct clinical instructor in the College of Nursing since Summer of 2013.  She transitioned into a full time clinical instructor role in 2015.  As a mental health RN she was able to obtain the experience needed to care for the varying needs of the mental health population ranging from pediatrics to geriatric population, both acutely and chronically  ill patients.  Prior to nursing, she facilitated group home management for populations with Mental and Physical developmentally delayed individuals in Nebraska, Kansas, Ohio, and Iowa.  Research interests include resiliency amongst health care providers and nursing students, treatment options and advancements in mental health, upcoming technology and utilization within mental health simulations, and dedication education units for students and nursing learning and satisfaction. 

Teaching Interests

  • Mental Health

Department

Nursing - Masters

Position

Assistant Professor

General

  • Nurse Educator
    Williams, J. & Saldi, D. Developing a psychiatric mental health Dedicated Education Unit: The student, staff nurse, and patient experience
    46(2), p. 106-110 2020
  • Nurse Educator
    Beiermann, Trisha, Schoening, Anne.M., Slone, Cindy. Flott, Beth., Manz, Julie., Miller, Jacqueline. Defining roles and expectations for faculty, nurses, and students in a Dedicated Education Unit
    43(1), p. 14-17 2018

Presentations

  • Educating Nurses Virtually: Clinical during the COVID-19 Pandemic. 24th Annual Midwest Regional Nursing Educators Conference. University of Missouri. November 13, 2020. 2020
  • Use of Augmented Reality in Psychiatric Mental Health Simulation. American Psychiatric Nurse Association (APNA). Virtual Conference. October 2, 2020. 2020
  • Nurse Educator (host) (September 10, 2020). Schoening, A.M. & Williams, J. Developing a Psychiatric Mental Health DEU: Learn from the Experts [audio podcast episode]. 2020
  • Bridging the Gap: Student, Staff Nurse, and Patient Perceptions of a Psychiatric Mental Health DEU.  State of the Art Conference Nursing Conference. Omaha, NE 2019
  • Bridging the Gap: Student, Staff Nurse, and Patient Perceptions of a Psychiatric Mental Health DEU.  American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA).  Columbus, OH 2018
  • Defining Roles and Expectations for Faculty, Nurses, and Students in a Dedicated Education Unit. DEU Symposium Conference: Learning Today for Tomorrow’s DEU 2018
  • Bridging the Gap: Student, Staff Nurse, and Patient Perceptions of a Psychiatric Mental Health DEU. DEU Symposium Conference: Learning Today for Tomorrow’s DEU. Portland, OR. 2018
  • The Use of Augmented Reality Photospheres in the College of Nursing to Decrease Student Anxiety. Interactive Table Presentation AEA March Madness with a Faculty Development Focus. Creighton University, Nebraska. Omaha, NE, 2018
  •  I Think I Can, I Think I Can, I KNOW I Can; Developing Resiliency in Nursing Students.  American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA).  Phoenix, AZ.  2017
  • The Use of Augmented Reality Photospheres in the College of Nursing. AEA Creighton University Nebraska. Omaha, NE 2017
  • The use of Augmented Reality to increase efficiency in preparing undergraduate nursing students for new clinical settings. Accepted Round Table Presentation. EdMedia. Washington, D.C., 2017
  • The Innovative Use of Augmented Reality in the College of Nursing. OLC Collaborate Nebraska. Omaha, NE, 2017
  • The use of augmented reality photospheres in the college of nursing to decrease student anxiety.  Iota Tau 28th Annual Research Day. Omaha, NE, 2017
  • The use of augmented reality photospheres in the college of nursing to decrease student anxiety.   Iota Tau 28th Annual Research Day. Omaha, NE 2017

Awards

  • Up & Coming Trailblazer
    The Bloc 50 over 50