Profile

Jessie L. Kamerer, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor of Nursing (Nursing)
Director, Online (RN-BSN, RN-MSN, MSN) Nursing Programs (Nursing)
kamerer@rmu.edu
412-397-3542 phone (M)
412-397-3277 fax
Scaife Hall 114


Educational Background

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Nursing, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2005
  • Doctorate of Education, Organizational Leadership, Nova Southeastern University, 2017
  • Master of Science in Nursing, Nursing Education, Walden University, 2008

Professional Background

  • Assistant Professor of Nursing

Area of Expertise/Research

  • Technology integration in teaching, simulation based learning, online teaching, and new faculty orientation programs.

Publications

  • Kamerer, J. (2015). Technology & Innovative Teaching Strategies in Healthcare Education. CME Resource:

    Sacramento, CA. 

    Kamerer, J. (2014). Teaching healthcare professionals with simulation, 2nd Ed. CME Resource: Sacramento,

    CA.  

    Husson, N.M., Zulkosky, K., Fetter, M. & Kamerer, J. (2014) Integrating Community Health Simulation. Clin Sim in Nursing

    Zulkosky, K.D., Husson, N., Kamerer, J., & Fetter, M. (2014). Role of clinical faculty during simulation in a

    national simulation study. Clin Sim in Nursing, 10(10), 529-531. 

    Kamerer, J. (2011). Massive Transfusion Protocol Simulation: Compound Femur Fracture & Hypovolemic

    Shock. Simulation in Healthcare, 7(3):196-200. 

    Kamerer, J., Brophy, F. & Corvino, J. (2011). SLIM: Blending technologies to create better learning

    experiences. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 2(2), 47-50. 

    Kamerer, J., Brophy, F. & Corvino, J. (2011). SLIMs: Technology & innovation for learning. Leader

    to Leader, Fall 2011.

    Kamerer, J. (2011). What is an expert? In M. Cherna (Ed),  Learning Perspectives 2011 (pp. 24-25).