Dr. Jamil Norman is the Tempo Academic Program Coordinator for the RN to BSN Program at Walden University. She is a Certified Nurse Educator and has over twenty years of experience as a registered nurse and over fifteen years in higher education. Dr. Norman earned her BSN from the University of Central Arkansas, her MSN from Grambling State University, and her PhD in Nursing from the University of Texas at Tyler.
Throughout her career, Dr. Norman has served as an agent of social change in the roles of educator, researcher, and mentor. Currently she serves as a member of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Network. As a nurse research, Dr. Norman works to advance the body of evidence in pregnancy-related health disparities among African American women.
NURS 3150 - Foundations of Nursing Research
NURS 4005 - Topics in Clinical Nursing
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
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
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