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Shawnna Jackson

Shawnna Jackson

Educational Background

  • M.S. – University of Missouri, Nursing/Public Health, 2010
  • B.S. – Graceland University, Nursing, 1998
  • Registered Nurse – Missouri and Kansas, 1999 – Present
  • Field Epidemiology Certificate – University of North Carolina, 2007
  • Advanced Public Health Nurse, Board Certification, American Nurses Credentialing Center, 2001 – Present
  • Certification in Online Teaching and Learning, University of Missouri – Kansas City, 2016
  • Certification in Online Teaching Foundations, University of Missouri, 2017

Classes Taught

  • Public Health Principles, Practice, and Education
  • Clinical Ethics

Publications

  • Koelemay, K., Jackson, S. and Duchin, J. S. (2010). Vaccination to protect the newborn.  NACCHO Exchange, 9.
  • Jackson, S. (2008). Emergency services committee. NACCHO Exchange, 7, 8-9.
  • Jackson, S. (2008). Tdap education and administration during the postpartum period. The Missouri Nurse, 1, 16-17.
  • Jackson, S. (2006). Child care immunization ordinance. NACCHO Exchange, 5, 13.

Awards & Presentations

  • Partnership Award, Mid-America Immunization Coalition, Recognition of partnership with local hospital and public health through Tdap vaccination program, 2011.
  • Model Practice, National Association of City and County Health Officials, “Implementation of a Tdap Vaccination Program for Postpartum Mothers,” 2010
  • Poster Presentation, National Association of City and County Health Officials Annual Conference, “Implementation of a Tdap Vaccination Program for Postpartum Mothers,” 2010
  • Poster Presentation, National Immunization Conference, “Implementation of a Tdap Vaccination Program for Postpartum Mothers,” 2009
  • Model Practice, National Association of City and County Health Officials, “Emergency Services Committee,” 2008
  • Model Practice, National Association of City and County Health Officials, “Child Care Immunization Ordinance”, 2006
  • Poster Presentation, National Association of City and County Health Officials Annual Conference, “Child Care Immunization Ordinance”, 2006
  • Nurse of the Year, Public Health/Ambulatory Care, March of Dimes, 2015