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Jeanette Green, PhD, RN

Jeanette Green, PhD, RN

Biobehavioral Research Scientist

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Jeanette Green

Overview

Jeanette F. Green, PhD, APRN, CPNP-PC, PMHS is a Biobehavioral Research Scientist for Nursing, Whole Person, and Academic Research at the AdventHealth Research Institute.

Dr. Green has served in clinical, leadership, and research roles in academic and community-based health systems since 1987. She has worked in multiple clinical areas, including adult and pediatric critical care, burn unit, home health care and air-medical transport.

In 2002, she began work in Florida Hospital’s emergency departments as an assistant nurse manager and educator, and she later coordinated staff development and community collaboration for a new pediatric trauma center. After earning a Master’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Central Florida, she became a pediatric nurse practitioner in the PICU. In 2009, she returned to Florida Hospital as a nurse scientist for the Children’s Hospital. Inspired by the acquisition of new knowledge, she earned her Ph.D. in Nursing Sciences with an area of concentration focused on Public Health, Health Policy, and Health Disparities.

She then served as the Director of Nursing Research at the University of Florida Health – Shands, in Gainesville, Florida, for 5 years. She served as a voting member of the University of Florida Gainesville Health Science Center Institutional Review Board, provided mentorship for the Emerging Leader fellowship, Advanced Leadership fellowship, and the Nurse Research Fellowship.

Dr. Green returned to AdventHealth in 2020 and has worked as a biobehavioral research scientist to develop research protocols aimed to improve health and well-being of the nursing workforce and work with nurses to advance their knowledge and skills with evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and research.

Dr. Green’s most recent service outside of the workplace includes serving as an advisory board member for the Youth Opportunity Foundation, the Georgia Brain Injury Association, as well as working with stakeholders in Florida to resurrect the Florida Brain Injury Association. Additionally, Dr. Green has been an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine, serving on the Professional Education Committee and SHI Youth Sports & Health Committee; the Southern Nursing Research Society as a grant reviewer; a manuscript reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals; a committee member for doctoral nursing students; as well as a subject matter expert for student and professional investigative journalists. Her work has been recognized with several awards and accolades for research, leadership, and service.

Articles

Clinical Leader Series A Virtual Mental Well-being Initiative for Nurse Leaders During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

JOURNAL OF NURSING ADMINISTRATION

2022

Examining Associations With Mental, Well-Being and Faith in Nurses (LIFT)

JOURNAL OF NURSING ADMINISTRATION

2021

Resilience, Insight, Self-Compassion, and Empowerment (RISE): A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Psychoeducational Group Program for Nurses

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC NURSES ASSOCIATION

2021

Analysis of Pediatric Waist to Hip Ratio Relationship to Metabolic Syndrome Markers

JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC HEALTH CARE

2015

Ambient Versus Traditional Environment in Pediatric Emergency Department

HERD-HEALTH ENVIRONMENTS RESEARCH & DESIGN JOURNAL

2015

Ethical considerations for post-cardiotomy extracorporeal membrane oxygenation

CARDIOLOGY IN THE YOUNG

2012