Jamil Norman

Academic Coordinator
College of Nursing
B.S. Nursing (BSN)

Dr. Jamil Norman has over sixteen years of experience as a registered nurse and twelve years in higher education. Her areas of expertise include nursing research and women’s health nursing. Dr. Norman earned her BSN at the University of Central Arkansas, her MSN from Grambling State University, and her PhD in Nursing from the University of Texas at Tyler. Dr. Norman is a core faculty member in the RN to BSN Program and teaches Foundations of Nursing Research and Topics in Clinical Nursing.

Courses Taught

NURS 3150 - Foundations of Nursing Research

NURS 4005 - Topics in Clinical Nursing

Education

PhD, University of Texas at Tyler

MSN, Grambling State University

BSN, University of Central Arkansas

Awards / Honors

Lucy Perry Scholarship, Nursing Education Funds Scholarship, 2011

Publications

Norman, J. M. (2018). Differences in Learning Outcomes in Simulation: The observer role. Nursing Education in Practice

Norman, J. M., Thompson, S., Missildine, K. (2013). The 2-Minute Drills: Incorporating Simulation into a Large Lecture Format. Clinical Simulation in Nursing

Norman, J. (2012). Systematic Review of the Literature on Simulation. Association of Black Nursing Faculty Journal

Presentations

Norman, J. (2018). Promoting Health Equity through Engagement of Minority Learners: Strategies for the Online Community. Association of Black Nursing Faculty

Norman, J. M. (2018). Breaking Down the Virtual Wall: Strategies to Enhance the Student Experience.. Walden University: National Faculty Meeting

Norman, J. M. (2018). How to Maximize Video Use in the Online Classroom. Center for Academic Excellence, Faculty Training