L. Jan Marshall has been a Clinical Instructor at the University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation since August 2007 and was promoted to Assistant Clinical Professor in spring 2016. Mrs. Marshall taught Foundamentals of Nursing clinical for five years prior to coming to the University of Texas at Arlington. Most of her nursing experience included intensive coronary care, school nursing, and infection control. Prior to becoming a nurse, L. Jan Marshall was a Microbiologist with a registry in pathogenic bacteriology and mycology.
Faculty of record for 19 Junior I students taking blood pressures and 8 students teaching wellness topics to retired UTA employees, current staff, and students on the second floor lounge at the MAC on October 15, 2015 from 11:15 am until 1 pm. Amber Collins attended and brought sandwiches from McAllister’s for students and participants. The food was paid for by the tobacco fund.
Fall into Wellness Project of Wellness Committee. I was present for the start-up of the walk activity at the MAC room 139 on October 22, 2015 with Eunice Currie, Amber Collins, and Kevin Schuck, and Jeremy Roden. Participants walked either in 139 which has a 1/16 mile track and the front which has a 1/9 mile track. I was present from 11:15 am until 12:15 pm. The activity was complete by 1 pm.
Presentation given for Tasha Johnson, RA of Loft's Apartments for students living at the Loft's. We covered time management, campus facilities, and "the house in your head" stress management skills.
Utilizing a Prezi and the work of Dr. Dr. Willam Gibbins, Ed.D., Professor Emeritus of Counseling and Counselor Education at Purdue University Calument, I gave a 30 minute presentation to the staff/faculty at UTARI last December 18, 2013. The material used a house as a metaphore for life choices and proactive behaviors. The three levels of the house were Attic, Basement, or the ground level. The ground level is the most stable and sustainable level at which to live.
Basic therapeutic nursing interventions with individuals and families in diverse settings using the nursing process
Basic therapeutic nursing interventions with inedividuals and families ion diverse setting using the nursing process framework.
Susan Justice was appointed Chair for a Committee to define Curricular Concepts. Ms. Justice appointed me to chair a subcommittee: Homeostasis and Regulation. Team members were: D'Ann Shidler, Debra Hurd, Susie Walker, Debbie Hughes, and Judith Flannagan.
I served as secretary for the Faculty Assembly which also included as serving as secretary for the Faculty Council for the academic year 2009-2010 with Phyllis Adams, Chair.
DNA-Day was April 25, 2009. I presented posters on the 2nd floor stairwell and 6th floor of Pickard Hall representing the migrations of Mitochondiral Eve. Discovering evolutionary history through DNA with one poster measuring 52" X 36".
Additionally, three 8" X 11" posters were displayed that represented Africa:
The cradle of mankind, the First Diaspora, and the Great Diaspora
On the 6th floor I displayed an overlay of a world history chart emphasizing the growth of understanding of genetics beginning 2500 BCE and approximating the present twenty-second centrury.
Attended booth at the Blazing Race May 2014. Also, walked the course to measure distance for walkers and runners.
This committee is headed by Eunice Currie in human resources. The committee's purpose is to support and encourage wellness on campus.
Volunteered to prepare for commencement following directions of L. Thompson.
Prepared a Manuel for Clinical Clearance and placed it on the K drive. Began work August 10, 2012 and completed manual October 15, 2012. The office of the Dean granted 85 hours of volunteer service and I was paid $1000 for 22.5 for the remainder of the time.
Volunteered every Wednesday at Smart Hospital with Mary Jane Ash
Volunteered every Wednesday at the Smart Hospital with Mary Jane Ash
Volunteered every Wednesday in July at the Smart Hospital with Mary Jane Ash