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Jennifer Macchiarola

Lecturer Doctoral

Jennifer Macchiarola DNP, RN, FNP-BC

Dr. Jennifer Macchiarola has practiced nursing for over 28 years. Her DNP capstone was the development of an education and simulation curriculum which focused on Preparedness Training for College Students to Improve Survivability After Mass Casualty Incidents. She traveled on a medical mission to Port-au-Prince Haiti to set up pop-up health clinics for extremely poor Haitian communities with no healthcare.  She has been teaching as an adjunct professor in the Nursing Department since 2008.  She is a fellow in the College of Staten Island Student Success Institute concentrating on developing instructional strategies that support student success.   Her nursing specialty lies within Emergency Nursing and holds a leadership position of Clinical Nurse Liaison.  She is an executive board member of Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society and holds the position of Corresponding Secretary.


Doctor of Nursing Practice, Leadership/ Emergency Management, Wagner College

Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Wagner College

MSN Clinical Management, Kean University

BSN, Kean University

Diploma of Nursing/ RN, St. Vincent’s School of Nursing

Scholarship and Publications


New York State Higher Education Service Corps Senator Patricia McGee Nursing Faculty Scholarship (August 2014)


City University of New York Adjunct Faculty Student Success Fellowship- Concentration: Developing Instructional Strategies That Support Student Success at the College of Staten Island- February 2019 to present.

C. ParadisoK. Arca-ContrerasSusan J. BrillhartJennifer MacchiarolaDanna L. Curcio. Integration of transgender health: A multi-modal approach.Teaching and Learning in Nursing.
Volume 17, Issue 4, October 2022, Pages 425-432

Macchiarola, Jennifer. (2019). Preparedness Training for College Students to Improve Knowledge and Survivability After Mass Casualty Events. Research conducted at Wagner College.

Macchiarola, Jennifer. (2005). The Effects of Language and Cultural Barriers on Patient Satisfaction among the Hispanic Population in Ambulatory Medical Clinics. Research conducted at St. Vincent's Catholic Medical Center.

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  • NRS 110 College Lab,
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Jennifer Macchiarola

Contact Information

Office: Building 5S Room 111