Jenny Beerman, Clinical Assistant Professor, is busy both inside and outside of the classroom. Beerman’s education for nursing began at St. Luke’s School of Nursing, where she earned her degree in Nursing. She then received her bachelor of arts from the University of Missouri Kansas City and went on to earn her master’s in Nursing at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Before becoming a clinical assistant professor at the University of Kansas School of Nursing in 2001, Beerman, worked as a staff nurse, cardiovascular nursing instructor, surgical instructor, co-developer and cardiac clinical nurse and president of a nurse consulting firm. She continues an active clinical practice in critical care units at St. Joseph Health Center.
When Beerman isn’t teaching nursing students, she can be found consulting, editing, volunteering or participating in professional societies. Beerman has served on the manuscript review panel for NETWORK News for the Legal Nurse Consulting, has been on the Editorial Board and has been Editor for the Journal of Legal Nurse Consulting. She has also served on national boards and committees such as: The American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants and National Conferences in Chicago and Houston.
Beerman is affiliated with American Association of Critical Care Nurses, American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, Greater Kansas City Legal Nurse Consultants, Sigma Theta Tau and Kansas City Area Nurses in Advanced Practice. She received the Jayhawker RN Clinical Award from the 2004 graduation class. Even with her busy schedule, she finds time to volunteer with many boards and organizations. Currently, Beerman is married and has two children.
Bogart, J. and Beerman, J. (1995) “Expert Fact Witness: A Testifying Role for the Legal Nurse Consultant.” The Journal of Legal Nurse Consultant. 6(4) 2.8.
Iyer, P., Bogart, J. and Beerman, J. (1996) The Legal Process: “A View From the Expert Witness’s Hot Seat.” NeuroRehabilitation. 7 (1996) 137-149
Iyer, P. (2001). Nursing Malpractice, First Edition. Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, Inc.
Mahley, S. and Beerman, J. (1998) “Following the Chain of Command in an Obstetric Setting: A Nurse’s Responsibility.” The Journal of Legal Nurse Consultant. 9(1) 7-13
Various Authors, Legal Nurse Consulting: Principles and Practice, J.B. Bogart, Editor, Boca Raton, CRC Press, 1998.
Various Authors, Sample Reports for Legal Nurse Consultants, American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, 2001