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Laura T. Jannone Ed.D., RN, NJ-CSN, FNASN

Associate Professor, Graduate Faculty

Coordinator of the School Nurse Program

First Year Advisor

Health + Physical Education, Nursing
Robert E. McAllan Hall 308

Laura T. Jannone Ed.D., RN, NJ-CSN, FNASN


Dr. Jannone is a NJ Certified School Nurse and participates in medical missions to Haiti with Foundation for Peace.


Ed.D, Teachers College Columbia

M.S.N., Monmouth University

M.S., New Jersey City University

Research Interests

Teaching interests include school nursing, substance abuse awareness, health policy and health promotion.



Jannone, L. (2013). Chapter 2 Conceptual Models and Theories for Administration of Nursing Practice in School Settings in Costante. School Nurse Administrators: Leadership and Management.

Scholarly Articles

Jannone, L. (2012). School Nurses International Hosted Its 16th Biennial Conference in Hong Kong: July 25-29, 2011. NASN School Nurse, Vol. 27, 1, 12-13.

Jannone, L. (2011). Community Services for Victims of Interpersonal Violence. Nursing Clinics of North America, Volume 46, Issue 4, 471-476

Jannone,L. (2011) The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act : What does it mean for the students in our care? NASN School Nurse, 26: 141.

Jannone, L & O’Connell K. (2007). Coping strategies used in teen smoking cessation published Journal of School Nursing.


National Association of School Nurses (NASN) President’s Recognition Award “Step Up & Be Counted! Data Champion, June 2016

NJ State School Nurses Award Excellence in Nursing March, 2013

National Academy of School Nursing Fellow inducted June, 2012

National Association of School Nurses (NASN) Excellence in School Nursing Award Outstanding School Nurse Educator, June, 2012

Recipient of the NJ League 2010 Nurse Recognition Award

Recipient of the New Jersey Child Assault Prevention Award for Nursing for outstanding efforts and contributions in the prevention of child abuse presented by The NJ Child Assault Prevention Advisory Board, April 8, 2005 in Trenton NJ.

Recipient of Caroline E. Stockpole and George and Enid May Scholarships at Teachers College, Columbia University 2004-2005.