BS, Biology Xavier
B.S. in Nursing, University of Kansas
MSN, University of Kansas
Jerrihlyn L. McGee, RN, MSN, is a clinical instructor for the KU School of Nursing and teaches in the graduate and undergraduate programs. Her interests include preparing future nurse leaders, professional development, organizational growth, patient satisfaction, physician satisfaction, employee satisfaction, unionized hospitals, progressive employee counseling, staff development, new graduate orientation, effective communication, cultural competency at the bedside, and nurse to patient ratios.
Prior to coming to the University of Kansas, McGee served as Director of Nursing for an area hospital in oncology, neurology, orthopedics, general surgery, pediatrics, inpatient rehabilitation, and nursing education. She has also served as Falls Coordinator and TeamSTEPPS Chair. Her past leadership positions include Nurse Manager, Education Coordinator, Charge Nurse and Staff Nurse. And McGee's past research experience includes observing leukocyte adherence in blood vessels in response to hemorrhagic shock.
McGee is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana with a B.S. in Biology and minor in Chemistry. She is also a graduate of the KU School of Nursing with a B.S. in Nursing and M.S.N in Organizational Leadership. She is licensed as a Registered Nurse in the states of Kansas and Missouri and is BLS-certified.
McGee is currently a student and faculty scholar in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program at the School of Nursing.
Jerrihlyn L. McGee, RN, MSN