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, J. (2014). 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.
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.
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..