using stimulation in nursing education

Jada Craze, BSN, RN

Jada Craze is a professional instructor of nursing in the department of Foundations of Health. She received her BSN in nursing from the MedCentral College of Nursing, and her MSN in nursing education from Walden University. She currently teaches in the classroom setting, as well as the lab and clinical setting. Craze’s biggest research area is using stimulation in nursing education. She currently is the faculty advisor for the Student Nurses Association, and also instructs Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) for graduating seniors.

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