Jennifer Duran is the Clinical Learning Lab Coordinator at MGH Institute of Health Professions. She has been a bedside nurse at MGH since 1997 and recently transitioned to MGH IHP as a faculty member. She has been drawn to education her entire career and has enjoyed serving as an instructor in many capacities, including a Childbirth educator, BLS, and PALS instructor. Her passion for education has extended to serving as an MGH Global Health Nursing Fellow working in Uganda with neonates. Creating a sustainable bubble CPAP device and educational content has reduced neonatal mortality. 

Additionally, Jennifer is a current DNP student in the executive track. Her passion for Nursing leadership as a platform for healthcare improvement motivates her continued studies at MGH IHP. She also received her Master of Science in Health Professions Education as the IHP.

  • BSN, Simmons College, Boston, MA
  • MS HPEd, MGH IHP, Boston, MA

Jennifer regularly presents at conferences and industry events. Please see her CV for a complete list of presentations.

Nurse-Driven Implementation of Bubble CPAP in a Ugandan Nursery at Nursing Grand Rounds Massachusetts General Hospital.  

 Bubble CPAP educational initiative presentation to MGH Pediatric Global Health. Boston, MA 

Global Health Nursing, including our own community at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.

Resiliency in the Profession of Nursing at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.

Massachusetts General Hospital “Summer Slam” presenter

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