Jacqueline R. Williams, RN, MSN
Jacqueline R. Williams, RN, MSN

Jacqueline R. Williams, RN, MSN

Assistant Professor
College of Nursing

Expertise/Specializations

  • Mental Health

Academic Appointments

Position

  • Assistant Professor

Teaching Activity

  • Junior Level Care Management Courses and Clinical Components

Biography

Jacque Miller has been an adjunct clinical instructor in the College of Nursing since Summer of 2013.  She transitioned into a full time clinical instructor role in 2015.  As a mental health RN she was able to obtain the experience needed to care for the varying needs of the mental health population ranging from pediatrics to geriatric population, both acutely and chronically patients.  Prior to nursing, she facilitated group home management for populations with Mental and Physical developmentally delayed individuals in Nebraska, Kansas, Ohio, and Iowa.  Research interests include resiliency amongst health care providers and nursing students, treatment options and advancements in mental health, and dedication education units for students and nursing learning and satisfaction. 

Publications and Presentations

General

  • Rusch, Lorraine. M., Beiermann, Trisha, Schoening, Anne.M., Slone, Cindy. Flott, Beth., Manz, Julie., Miller, Jacqueline. Defining roles and expectations for faculty, nurses, and students in a Dedicated Education Unit, Nurse Educator, 43(1), 14-17, 2018

Presentations

  • Bridging the Gap: Student, Staff Nurse, and Patient
    Perceptions of a Psychiatric Mental Health DEU.  State of the Art Conference Nursing Conference. Omaha, NE, 2019
  • Bridging the Gap: Student, Staff Nurse, and Patient
    Perceptions of a Psychiatric Mental Health DEU.  American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA).  Columbus, OH, 2018
  • Defining Roles and Expectations for Faculty, Nurses, and Students in a Dedicated Education Unit. DEU Symposium Conference: Learning Today for Tomorrow’s DEU, 2018

  • Bridging the Gap: Student, Staff Nurse, and Patient Perceptions of a Psychiatric Mental Health DEU. DEU Symposium Conference: Learning Today for Tomorrow’s DEU. Portland, OR., 2018
  • The Use of Augmented Reality Photospheres in the College of Nursing to Decrease Student Anxiety. Interactive Table Presentation AEA March Madness with a Faculty Development Focus. Creighton University, Nebraska. Omaha, NE,, 2018
  •  I Think I Can, I Think I Can, I KNOW I Can; Developing Resiliency in Nursing Students.  American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA).  Phoenix, AZ. , 2017
  • The Use of Augmented Reality Photospheres in the College of Nursing. AEA Creighton University Nebraska. Omaha, NE, 2017
  • The use of Augmented Reality to increase efficiency in preparing undergraduate nursing students for new clinical settings. Accepted Round Table Presentation. EdMedia. Washington, D.C.,, 2017
  • The Innovative Use of Augmented Reality in the College of Nursing. OLC Collaborate Nebraska. Omaha, NE,, 2017
  • The use of augmented reality photospheres in the college of nursing to decrease student anxiety.  Iota Tau 28th Annual Research Day. Omaha, NE,, 2017
  • The use of augmented reality photospheres in the college of nursing to decrease student anxiety.   Iota Tau 28th Annual Research Day. Omaha, NE, 2017

Research and Scholarship

Current Research Projects

  • Dedicated Education Units effectiveness and creation according to the Creighton model of teaching, Resiliency in nursing students, Dedicated Education Unit satisfaction amongst nursing staff, students, and patients.

Grant Funding Received

  • Managing Life Challenges Through Resiliency Teachings
  • The Behavioral Health Dedicated Education Unit: Student and Staff Nurse Instructor Perceptions.
  • Assessing Patient Satisfaction in a Behavioral Health Dedicated Education Unit.
  • Using Augmented Reality to Enhance Student Learning from Foundational Coursework to the Specialty of Psychiatric Mental Health.
  • The Use of Augmented Reality Photospheres in the College of Nursing to Decrease Student Anxiety.
  • Augmented Reality and Photospheres in the College of Nursing.
  • Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Excellent Characteristics of Staff Nurse Instructors in a Dedicated Education Unit Model.