Juanetta Jemison

Contributing Faculty
College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Dr. Jemison is a Family Nurse Practitioner. This will begin her first year of teaching for Walden University. She works with pediatric, adult and geriatric patients. Formal teaching includes 8 years (1997-2005) of clinical and classroom instruction for military nurses. Her role at Walden is contributing faculty in the Nurse Practitioner program. She obtained her doctorate in nursing in 2009 with a research focus of alcohol use and the recidivism rate to the inpatient psychiatric unit. Dr. Jemison is currently pursuing a PhD in Criminal Justice. Her research aim is "Restrictive Alabama Abortion Laws." She is now in her dissertation phase. Dr. Jemison is employed at the VA and currently works in forensic medicine. She also volunteers at a local indigent clinic for those who are uninsured or under-insured. Dr. Jemison is very active in her community and also volunteers as a board member at a center for the aging adult, where she is the chair of the Internal Affairs Committee. Dr. Jemison has been very active in writing policies, establishing committees, and overseeing grant expenditures. She was recently selected as the Director of the Nurses Union.

Courses Taught

NURS 6501 - Advanced Pathophysiology

Public Service

Focus on Senior Citizens, Board of Directors - Tuscaloosa