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Naieema Jackson teaches in both the accelerated and traditional B.S.N. programs of the Presbyterian School of Nursing. She primarily teaches in the adult medical-surgical courses and the health informatics course. Jackson is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in nursing where she is focusing her research on her passion: retention of nursing students in nursing programs. She is a certified nurse educator who is passionate about the success of nursing students.
She has been a registered nurse since July 2006. Her clinical background includes medical/surgical, critical care and community health nursing.
Jackson is a proud wife and mother. Recreationally, she serves with her family to feed the homeless and the elderly. She loves to read and to mentor young black women.
M.S.N., University of Phoenix
B.S.N., Chamberlin College of Nursing
A.A.S, Nursing, New York City College of Technology