Jacksonville State University currently offers doctoral degrees in Emergency Management and Nursing. Student dissertations from these programs can be found in this collection, and more information about JSU's Graduate Programs is available through the sidebar link. If you previously received your doctoral degree from JSU and you would like to see your dissertation included in this collection, please Contact Us.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Preparing Nursing Students to Respond to Disasters: Faculty Perspectives, Melissa Jayne Freshwater

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The Effect of COBRA Training on First Responder Self-confidence to Work in a Toxic Chemical or Biological Agent Environment, Robert A. Mann

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Status of the Profession of United States Emergency Management: An Exploratory Analysis Based on Select Attributes of Occupational Closure, Timothy Wayne Sevison

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Preparedness of First Responders in Gwinnett County, Georgia: Barriers to Preparedness and the Impact of Cognitive Biases, Jeffrey Lee Smith

Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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The Fort McMurray Wildfire 2016: Risk Perceptions and Behaviours Among Evacuees, Christopher James Kearns

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Planning for a Medical Surge Incident: Is Rehabilitation the Missing Link?, Mary Kay Vonderschmidt

Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Examination of Common Errors Committed During EOC Operations: A Content Analysis Study, Michael Kenneth Ryan