About Jane M Gannon
Dr. Gannon is the Assistant Dean of Simulation Based Learning at the College of Nursing. She collaborates with faculty members and others to identify, develop, implement and evaluate simulation based activities on both the Gainesville and Jacksonville campuses. In addition, she is the Track Coordinator for the online R.N. to B.S.N. program at the College of Nursing.
Dr. Gannon collaborates with faculty members from the colleges of pharmacy and medicine on the Jacksonville campus to conduct education research focused on interprofessional care delivery. The team’s joint efforts have produced simulations on end-of-life care and medication management safety using TeamSTEPPS competencies. Their collaboration extends to publications and presentations on their simulation efforts as well.
In the College of Nursing, Dr Gannon is a member of the Administration Council and Academic Leadership Group. Dr Gannon is also a member of the Duval Interprofessional Research Team, as well as the UFHealth Interprofessional Work Group. She represents the Jacksonville faculty on UFHealth Jacksonville’s Strategic Planning Work Group.
Dr. Gannon’s clinical area of expertise is midwifery and women’s health. Her clinical interests include outcome evaluation to assess the impact of change practices on quality and safety in care delivery.