time exposed photo of headlights in urban center

Gormley, Jenny

Adjunct faculty
M.S.N.
MGH Institute of Health Professions, Boston
School Nurse Education
Boston
School Affiliation

Cambridge College School of Education

Academic Focus

School health, school nursing, leadership

Community Involvement
  • Master’s prepared, experienced school nurse leader provides professional learning and support opportunities to school health professionals. 
  • Brings extensive experience in varied clinical settings and with professional development, grants management, protocol development, and health and safety reporting to state and local stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated ability working with school administrators, nurses, teachers, community members, and state agencies to support student health and achievement.
Courses Taught

School Nurse Leadership in the School & Community

Education
  • Northeastern University - currently enrolled in Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program
  • M.S.N. - MGH Institute of Health Professions, Boston
  • B.A. - Yale University
Professional Experience
  • Director, Northeastern University School Health Academy, Boston, MA
  • Co-Director, Northeastern University School Health Institute, Boston, MA
  • Director of Health, Nursing & Safety, Hudson Public Schools, Hudson, MA
  • School Nurse/School Nurse Supervisor, Acton Public Schools
Awards & Recognitions

NASN Presidential Award, Step Up and Be Counted national data project, July 2016

Research & Publications

Carrieri V, & Gormley JM. Coping strategies for dyspnea.  In D. Mahler (Ed.) Dyspnea (pp. 287-313).  New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc, 1998

Gormley J, Carrieri-Kohlman V, Douglas M, Stulbarg M (1993).  Treadmill self-efficacy and walking performance in patients with COPD. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation 13: 424-431.

Gormley J, Carrieri-Kohlman V, Stulbarg M (1992).  Dyspnea components decrease during treadmill treatment sessions in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).  Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation 12: 362.

Gormley J (1993).  Motivational Factors.  Paper presented at post-graduate seminar, Advances in Pulmonary Rehabilitation.  Beyond COPD, American Thoracic Society annual conference, San Francisco.

Selected Presentations
  • Step Up and Be Counted national data project - MSNO Spring Conference, April 2016
  • Nurse Leader Role in Supporting Student Academic Achievement - MDPH Essential School Health Services state-wide meeting, December 2015
  • Implementing SBIRT in Schools: A Team Approach - All Cape In-service for School Nurses, Oct, 2015
  • SBIRT: Getting a program up and running - Community Catalyst panel presentation, Atlanta, GA, June 2015
  • MA School Nurse Leader CQI Survey Results & Outcomes Measurement - MDPH Essential School Health Services Nurse Leader Meeting, Spring & Fall, 2014
  • Community Conversations: A Town Hall Meeting on Underage Drinking - Member, panel presentation sponsored by Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition, 2014
  • Backward by Design - MDPH Essential School Health Services Nurse Leader Meeting, 2013
Professional Memberships & Affiliations
  • MA School Nurse Organization
  • National Association of School Nurses
  • Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Fellow