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College of Nursing

Melessia Webb Profile

Dr. Melessia  Webb 

Associate Dean / Associate Professor, Tenured
Undergraduate Programs
Contact:
423-439-4417 /
Nicks Hall, 2-263

CREDENTIALS

EdD, MSN, RN

EDUCATION

August 2001 - May 2004
Doctorate in Education
Concentration:
Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis (Post Secondary Education)
East Tennessee State University

August 1999 - December 16, 2000
Master of Science in Nursing
Concentration:
Nursing Administration
East Tennessee State University

May 1992 - May 1996
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
East Tennessee State University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

East Tennessee State University
July 1, 2017 - Present
• Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, College of Nursing

September 17, 2016 –  June 30, 2017
• Director of Undergraduate Programs, College of Nursing

Northeast State Community College
April 2008 – Present
• Dean of Nursing

May 2007 - April 2008
• Director of Nursing

East Tennessee State University College of Nursing
January 2001 – May 2007
Instructor, promoted to Assistant Professor

August 2004 – May 2007
Coordinator of RN to BSN Program

August 2006 – May 2007
Coordinator of Clinical Nurse Leader Track of Master of Science in Nursing


James H. Quillen Veterans' Administration Medical Center
April 2002 – December 2002
Intermittent Oncology Case Manager

April 2001 – December 2002
Staff Nurse PRN, C1 Cardiac and Pulmonary Unit

August 1998 – August 2000
Staff Nurse, Surgical Intensive Care

May 1996 – August 1998
Staff Nurse, C1 Cardiac and Pulmonary Unit

May 1994 - August 1996
Student Nurse Technician


Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center
August 2000 – April 2001
Registry Staff Nurse (part-time), W3 Oncology

COURSES TAUGHT

List of Courses

CURRENT RESEARCH

Student Success, Student Retention, and Accessibility

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Webb, M. (2006). Preparing LPN's to administer IV push medications: The East Tennessee State University
Curriculum. Nursing Perspectives, 2(1), 8-10.

Webb, M. (2004). "Path Analysis of Factors Affecting Student Enrollment, Outcomes, and Continued
Participation after Completing ALNU 1100 Basics of Patient Care at East
Tennessee State University". http://dc.etsu.edu/etd/884/

 

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