E. Jean Dubois, RN, EdD, MSN, CRNP

Jean Dubois

Clinical Professor
(334) 844-6760

2006: EdD, Auburn University, Adult Education
1993: Family Nurse Practitioner, MS University for Women
1989: MSN, University of MS Medical Center
1976: BSN, Pittsburg State University

Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, Parkinson's Disease, Innovative Teaching/Learning strategies

Teaching Areas
Primary Care Nurse Practitoner Courses, Preceptorship, Leadership

Study Abroad
• Travel with NP and BSN students to provide health care to women and children in Quito, Ecuador
Campus committee involvement
• Campus Health and Wellness
• Teaching Effectiveness

Research Interest
Health Promotion; Cardiovascular Issues, Parkinson's Disease

E. Jean Dubois has been at Auburn University since 1999. During her 38 years as a nurse, 27 years as nurse educator and 21 years as a nurse practitioner, she has worked in acute care, critical care, community education and primary care. Jean has taught in associate, baccalaureate, and master's degree nursing programs at the University of Arkansas-Monticello and Mississippi University for Women. Since coming to Auburn University, Jean has lead and/or participated in medical/surgical, leadership, critical care, preceptorship, community courses and various lab and clinical experiences. She currently holds a part-time clinical NP practice and a full-time teaching position as an associate clinical professor working with MSN nurse practitioner students and senior undergraduate BSN students. Jean is active in the nursing organizations and Parkinson’s Disease support groups at the local, state, regional, and national level.

Recent Publications
Pope, W.S, Baggett, S., Dubois, E.J., Martin, C. & Gore, T. (2014) Using visualization in simulation for infection control. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. Accepted, pending publication date.

Recent Presentations
Poster: McMillan, L., Baggett, S., Dubois, E.J. & Gore, T. (2014).15th Healthcare Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Dublin, Ireland, “Simulated standardized patients to teach intimate partner violence content: using innovative teaching strategies in a baccalaureate nursing program”.

Podium: Parker, F., Dubois, E.J. (2014) Nurse Educator Conference in the Rockies, Breckenridge, CO. “Flipping a Capstone Portfolio Assignment: Binder to Electronic”.

Podium: Dubois, E.J. (2014) American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP), Nashville, TN. “Partnering with Neurology to Manage Parkinson’s Disease in Primary Care”.

Poster: Dubois, E.J., Ellison, K.J. (2014) American Association of College of Nursing (AACN) 2013 Baccalaureate Education Conference, New Orleans, LA. “Fostering Professional, Personal, and Social Responsibility through a BSN International Service Learning Experience.

Podum: Parker, F., Dubois, E.J. (2013) Plenary speaker at ASNA's 100th Annual Convention, Montgomery, AL. “Social Networking and Professionalism: Click with Caution”.