About Jeanne-Marie Stacciarini
Dr. Stacciarini teaches research methods (qualitative and mixed-methods) in the PhD program and psychiatric and mental health nursing and leadership in the BSN. In 2011, Dr. Stacciarini received the College of Nursing International Educator of the Year Award and in 2012-2013 she received the College of Nursing Teacher of the Year Award.
Dr. Stacciarini’s research interests are in the area of mental health promotion and health disparities in minorities, community-based participatory research for minorities, rural and international populations. She uses mixed-methods research and social network analysis. In recognition of her research with underserved populations, she received the Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) Award for Research in Minority Health (2012), the APNA Award for Excellence in Research (2014) and University of Florida Term Professorship Award (2017-2019).
Dr. Stacciarini is a member of the American Academy of Nursing and she holds membership in the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau and the Southern Nursing Research Society. She is the College of Nursing Associate Dean for Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement and the EMBRACE program coordinator. She has been a mentor for the UF University Minority Mentor Program and a member of the UF Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program Council. Dr. Stacciarini received the UF/HSC Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Award (2014) and the UF Inclusive and Excellence Diversity Award (2017).
Mental health, health promotion, social health determinants, community-based interventions, minority and underserved populations, mixed-methods and social network analysis.