Jacqueline Kayler DeBrew has worked in higher education for 23 years, primarily teaching pre-licensure and RN-BSN nursing students. She received her BSN, MSN (CNS in Gerontology) and PhD (Curriculum and Instruction in Higher Education) from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She earned a post-master’s certificate in college teaching and adult learning, and is also a certified nurse educator. Her practice background is in community health nursing. She holds an active NC nursing license.
She became a member of the Walden faculty in 2018. She holds an active NC nursing license.
NURS 6050 - Policy and Advocacy for Population Health
BSN, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
MSN, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
PhD, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
WellSpring Solutions, Board Member - Greensboro
Debrew, J. K. (2015). Can being ageist harm your older adult patients? . Nursing
Debrew, J. K., Hannah, S. (2017). Integrating gerontology and community concepts through simulation. Journal of Nursing Perspectives
Debrew, J. K., Lewallen, L., Chun, E. (2014). Outsiders in nursing education: cultural sensitivity in clinical education.. Journal of Professional Nursing
Lewallen, L., Debrew, J. K., Stump, M. (2014). Regulation and accreditation requirements for preceptor use in undergraduate education. . Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing
Debrew, J. K., Lewallen, L. (2014). To pass or to fail? Understanding the factors considered by nurse educators in the clinical setting.. Nurse Education Today