Jeanne Clement

Adjunct Professor

Jeanne Clement

Education

  • Ph.D., Teachers College, Columbia University.

Biography

 Jeanne A. Clement received her doctorate in nursing education from Teachers College, Columbia University and is currently Associate Professor of Nursing and Psychiatry at The Ohio State Universit. In addition, she has completed training programs in basic mediation skills in the Ohio State College of Law as well as in Health Care Mediation and Designing Dispute Resolution Systems at CDR Associates in Boulder, Colorado,Adult Guardianship Mediation from The Center for Social Gerontology, Ann Arbor, Michigan and in mediation of child protection issues the Ohio Supreme Court dispute resolution training program.

She holds an appointment as adjunct professor at Capital University Law School where she teaches a course in Health Conflict and Resolution. For the past years she has collaborated with College of Law faculty in mediation skills training for law students and graduate students in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing. Dr. Clement is on the advisory group and faculty for the OSU/Harding Hospital Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Behavioral Health Education and has been involved in numerous interdisciplinary education programs at the University.

Dr. Clement has consulted within the public mental health system in Ohio at State, County and Local levels. Dr. Clement is a member of the Leadership Council for the Leadership 2000+ initiative at the Glenn Institute where she is an Associate Faculty, and was on the statewide Commission on the Future for the Ohio Department of Mental Health.she is a member of the Supreme Court of Ohio Advisory Committee on the Mentally Ill and the Courts. She has published and conducted research in the use of mediation in the mental health field