Dr. Jason Grimm is an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner who joined the School of Nursing faculty after retiring from the Air Force in June 2019. His extensive clinical background, in both civilian and military settings, includes trauma, critical care, emergency, and flight nursing. He teaches in both undergraduate and graduate courses. His ministry is focused on helping students integrate their faith into their practice.
Education and Credentials
D.N.P., Texas Christian University
M.S. in Trauma, Critical Care, and Emergency Nursing/Acute Care NP, University of Maryland Baltimore
M.B.A. with emphasis in Healthcare Management, University of Phoenix
B.S.N., University of Oklahoma
Saint Louis Center for Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills: A Collaborative Air Force-Civilian Trauma Skills Training Program (2016), Journal of Emergency Nursing
Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Potentially Lethal Neurological Disease (2015), Journal of Emergency Nursing
Effective Leadership: Making the Difference (2010), Journal of Emergency Nursing.
Illegal Immigrants In The Emergency Department: An Ethical Dilemma For Nurses? (2009), Journal of Emergency Nursing September 11 (2008), Journal of Emergency Nursing
Hobbies: Martial arts, swordsmanship, playing the bass guitar, and spending time with my family.
Why Cedarville?: I chose Cedarville University because it offered an opportunity to freely share my faith and integrate it into my professional role.