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.
Lee, S., Dapremont, J., & Sasser, J. (2011). Nursing student's perception of class
size and its impact on test performance: A pilot study. Journal of Nursing Education,
(50)12, 715-718. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20111017-05.
Dapremont, J. (in press). Evidence based strategies that supported Black nursing graduates
success. Nursing Education Perspective.
Dapremont, J. (2013). A Review of Minority Recruitment and Retention Models Implemented
in Undergraduate Nursing Programs. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, (3)1,
Dapremont, J., Lee, S. (2013). Partnering To Educate: Dedicated Education Units. Nurse
Education in Practice, doi: 10.1016/j.nepr.2013.02.015.
Dr. Dapremont currently teaches Mental Health Nursing, a core course in the BSN program.
She encourages and challenges students to explore the areas in which patients deal
with mental challenges while encouraging them to develop self-awareness of their personal
views related to mental illnesses. She also teaches Advanced Psychiatric Nursing a
graduate course she designed and developed for RODP online program.
Dr. Dapremont serves on several LSON committees; curriculum, tenure and promotion,
BSN coordinators and also serves as a member of the university’s faculty senate. Additional
roles of service include President of Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Theta At-Large, the nursing
Dr. Dapremont has two adult children. She enjoys playing league tennis, watching NFL
football and USTA tennis. Other hobbies include traveling and cooking..