Amanda Jenkinson, Ph.D., RN
Amanda Jenkinson is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Nursing. She has a background in a variety of patient care settings, including hospitals, home care, research, and care navigation. Her clinical experience includes oncology, hospice, and palliative care.
Amanda teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs in both the classroom and clinical settings. Her teaching responsibilities at DeSales University include Fundamentals of Nursing, Nursing of the Older Adult, Senior Clinical Internship, Health Risk Models & Research, and Clinical Prevention in Population Health. When she is not teaching, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family, watching her children’s many sporting events, running, cooking, and traveling.
Amanda is a member of the Oncology Nursing Society and Sigma Theta Tau International. Her research interests include health promotion and cancer survivorship.
Amanda received her BA from the University of Rochester (psychology/health & society), BSN from Johns Hopkins University, and MS from Georgetown University. She holds a Post-Master’s Certificate in Nursing Education from Rutgers University. Amanda completed her Ph.D. at Villanova University College of Nursing. Her dissertation research was titled "The relationship among inner strength, depression, and time since diagnosis to quality of life and health promoting behaviors in female cancer survivors."