Teri M. Chenot, ED.D, MS, M.ED, MSN, RN, CCE
Dr. Teri Chenot is an Associate Professor at the Keigwin School of Nursing at Jacksonville
University and has been a full-time faculty member since 2010. She serves as the Co-Director
of the QSEN Institute Regional Center at Jacksonville University. She received her ASN degree from Broward State College. She received her BHS and
BSN degrees from Florida Atlantic University. Her graduate education includes an MSN
from Florida Atlantic University, an M.Ed. from the University of North Florida (UNF),
and an MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from St. Thomas University. She received
her Ed.D. In Educational Leadership with a cognate in Adult Learning and Patient Safety
from UNF. Her dissertation, Frameworks for Patient Safety in the Nursing Curriculum,
was a mixed methods design that resulted in a validated survey, Healthcare Professionals
Patient Safety Assessment Curriculum Survey (HPPSACS), that measures patient safety
awareness among pre-licensure nursing students and was published in the Journal of
Nursing Education. Her three primary areas of research interest include patient safety,
quality, and health outcomes.
Dr. Chenot’s clinical nursing background is in women’s, children’s, and community health. She has served in various healthcare leadership positions that included as a Patient Safety Officer at an academic medical center; as a nurse leader for two women’s centers; and as a Nursing Program Specialist for a CDC federal grant for a Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program. She has worked in clinics, hospitals, and academic settings.
Dr. Chenot was the Co-Investigator of A Statewide Initiative Integrating Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) Through Academic/Clinical Partnerships to Improve Health Outcomes which was a $45,000 three-year Florida Blue Foundation grant – funded January 2014 – December 2016.
Dr. Chenot serves on the QSEN Institute Board of Directors. She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, American Nurses Association, American Organization of Nurse Executives, Florida Association for Healthcare Quality, Florida Nurses Association (former board member), Florida Organization of Nurse Executives (former board member), National Association for Healthcare Quality, Northeast Florida Association for Healthcare Quality (former president), Northeast Florida Organization of Nurse Executives, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, and the Southern Nursing Research Society. She is a manuscript reviewer for Nursing Economics.