Nephetalie Jules

RN , Masters (Current)

Nephetalie Jules, RN, is a second-year Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) student at the University of South Alabama College of Nursing. Her aspirations include using her clinical and didactic knowledge to improve patient-centered care through evidence-based practice and recent scientific literature. She also hopes to be an active leader within the psychiatric mental-health provider community to help teach novice nurses and give back to the local community.

Ms. Jules graduated from Florida International University with a recreation and sports management bachelor's degree in 2015. She graduated from the University of Florida College of Nursing with a bachelor's degree in nursing in 2019, where she was an active member of the "EMBRACE" program. This program emphasized the engagement of multiple communities within the BSN students in research and academic curricular experiences. The EMBRACE program helped Ms. Jules translate research and leadership skills clinically at the bedside within her first two years of nursing. She has since served a diverse range of patient populations from rural and urban backgrounds, providing her with well-rounded background experiences.

Ms. Jules was employed at the University of Florida's magnet teaching hospital, UF Health Shands, in Gainesville, Florida. where she worked on the medical surgical inpatient psychiatric 22-bed unit. More recently, she has served as a travel nurse, exploring, and expanding her clinical knowledge and learning similar and different systematic approaches to inpatient psychiatry care between different facilities.

She is an active member of her local church group and participates as a mentor to younger members of the community through workshops and retreats.