Jill Dapremont, Ed.D, RN
Jill Augustus Dapremont RN, Ed.D, completed her dissertation entitled “EXPERIENCES
OF SUCCESSFUL AFRICAN-AMERICAN GRADUATES IN DEGREE NURSING PROGRAMS IN THE SOUTHERN
STATES” and will use this topic to build on further research.
Dapremont, Jill. (in press, 2010). Success in Nursing School: Black Nursing Students'
Perception of Peers, Family, and Faculty. Journal of Nursing Education. Manuscript #JNE-2010-253, Version 2.
Lee, Shirleatha & Dapremont, Jill. (in press, 2010). Engaging nursing students through
integration of the audience response system. Nursing Education Perspectives.
Dr. Dapremont currently teaches and does clinical practicum in Psychiatric Mental
Health Nursing, a core course in the BSN program. She encourages and challenges students
to explore the areas of patients dealing with mental challenges, while encouraging
them to develop self awareness of personal views of mental illnesses.
Dr. Dapremont serves on the curriculum committee in the LSON.
Dr. Dapremont is married to David, has two adult children, Ashley and Brittany. She
enjoys tennis and plays with a league. Other hobbies are cooking and traveling.