Jessica Simpson MN, ARNP, CPNP-PC
I worked as a pediatric RN doing “everything kid” for five years while completing my MN in 2009. I have since split my time between working as a pediatric primary care provider in clinic and teaching both clinically and lecturing for several colleges. I have an assortment of side interests including doing public health consultation, literature updates for nursing texts, reviewing pediatric nursing journals, as well as pediatric related web board moderation.
- 2009, MN, University of Washington
- 2004, BSN, University of Washington
- 1999, BA, Washington State University
What class do you teach?
- NURS 573
- NCLIN 502
What do you love about the UW School of Nursing?
UW School of Nursing is one of the best schools in the nation, and for good reason. After earning both my Bachelors and Masters degrees at UW, working at UWSON feels like being right at home. I love the scientific inquiry balanced with solid sensible clinical practice. My colleagues are not only down to earth wonderful people, but also national leaders in the world of pediatric nursing. I am always proud to say I am a Husky nurse!