Jennifer Stone

Academic Coordinator
College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Dr. Jennifer Stone currently serves as the Academic Program Coordinator for the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Program. Prior to this role, she served as the Practicum Coordinator for all specialty tracks in the APRN Program. Dr. Stone is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with over 17 years of experience in clinical practice and 13 years of experience teaching in Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) programs and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs at both online and brick and mortar universities.
Dr. Stone's research interests focus on patient-centered care and improved outcome of chronic conditions. Dr. Stone has presented at numerous professional conferences and has been published in peer-reviewed journals.

Courses Taught

NURS 6565 - Synthesis

NURS 6551 - Women's Health

NURS 6501 - Advanced Pathophysiology


DNP, University of Alabama at Birmingham

MBA, Walden University

MSN, Barry University

Certificate Program , The Obesity Society

Public Service

After School Programs, Inc, Other - Margate


Stone, J. L. (2014). Tobacco Cessation Education for Advanced Practice Nurses. Nurse Educator

Morgan, P., Stone, J. L., Moussa, M., Fogel, J., Steele, L. L. (2018). Grade experience of online nurse practitioner students: Effects of taking more than 1 clinical course per term. Nurse Educator


Dickson, T. A., Stone, J. L., Williams, T. D., Borlie, E. A. (2022). The Need for Self-Awareness of Implicit Bias when Teaching Online Nursing Students. .

Morgan, P., Stone, J. L., Moussa, M., Steele, L. L., Fogel, J. (2016). Comparison of grade experience between online NP students who double clinical courses and those who do not double clinical courses. Association of Black Nursing Faculty 29th Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference

Stone, J. L. (2019). App Your Way to Wellness. Walden University

Stone, J. L. (2019). App Your Way to Wellness.

Stone , J. (2014). The Use of Standardized Patients to Facilitate Critical Thinking of the APRN Student in the Primary Care Academic Setting.. NONPF