Jessica Ochs is a board-certified adult and family nurse practitioner who has been devoted to improving the health and welfare of patients through clinical practice, education, program development, and research. She has served in leadership positions in both the academic and clinical settings. In her role as an advanced practiced registered nurse, she has been working with a diverse population of patients in primary care, urgent care, emergency medicine, and surgery.
University of Massachusetts
Awards and Accomplishments
In addition to publishing her doctoral degree research, Evaluating an Online Pedagogy for Teaching Transcultural Nursing, Dr. Ochs was an invited podium presenter at a regional healthcare-related conference on evidence-based practice. She also recently became certified as a nurse educator through the National League of Nursing.
Dr. Ochs’ research interests include pediatric health, diabetes management, transcultural nursing, and developing best practices in online teaching. She has presented her research at international conferences, been published multiple times, and serves as an editorial board member of an international nursing journal.