Lori Jerina

Lori Jerina, DNP, MSN, APRN-CNM

Assistant Professor
Undergraduate Nursing

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Dr. Jerina came to Clarkson College in 2016, and currently serves as an Assistant Professor in the Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing programs. She holds associate and bachelor's degrees in nursing from the University of Nebraska Medical Center as well as a master's degree in nursing from the University of Cincinnati. In 2018, she earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Nebraska Methodist College. 

Dr. Jerina is a certified nurse practitioner and nurse midwife. She serves as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Cincinnati, Grand Canyon University, and Nebraska Methodist College. At Clarkson College, she is a Faculty Chair of the Undergraduate Admissions, Progression, and Graduation committee and member of Graduate Nursing Standard Bearers committees, Essential Work Group and Ruffalo Noel Levitz Work Group.  

Dr. Jerina is an active member of the American Nurses Association, Nebraska Nurses Association and American College of Nurse Midwives organizations. In 2019, she earned the Teaching in Excellence Faculty Award from Clarkson College. 

Words of Wisdom

Don’t be afraid to dream big and pursue your passion! 

Scholarly Works (Selected)  

Doctor of Nursing Practice Capstone. “The Effect of Multidisciplinary Team Interventions on Victims of Violence and Human Trafficking.” Completed July of 2018. 

“The Effect of Multidisciplinary Team Interventions of Victims of Violence and Human Trafficking.” October 2018: Poster Presenter at Nebraska Nurses Association/Nebraska Nurse Practitioner Conference. November 2018: Poster Presentation at Nebraska Medicine Research Day. 

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