Jo Anne Genua, PhD, RN, MN, BScN, CCHN-C
College of Nursing, Omaha Campus
- Public Health; Community/Population Health
- Nursing - Bachelors
- Assistant Professor
- Population-based health care which focuses on nursing care provided to community members and populations. Evidence-based practice is used in the delivery of health promotion and disease interventions for diverse populations.
Jo Anne Genua is an Assistant Professor in the Baccalaureate Nursing Program at Creighton University, College of Nursing. She received her PhD in Nursing Education from Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (May 2019); her Master's in Nursing from Athabasca University, Alberta Canada; and her BScN (Honors) from Brock Univesity, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Her research study focused on the grading of reflective journals and student honesty in reflective journal writing. Research interests include academic integrity, interprofessional relationships, nursing education and population health.
- April 27-29, 2020 -- (San Francisco, USA) Poster Presentation: The Grading of Reflective Journals and Student Honesty in Reflective Journal Writing, 2020
Research and Scholarship Interests
- Nursing education, interprofessional relationships, population health, and academic integrity
Grant Funding Received
- Digital Technology in Accelerated Nursing Program Population Health Practicum Courses: A Community Assessment Teaching Strategy