Jill Dombrowski, Clinical Assistant Professor, has taught at Catholic University School of Nursing for the past 10 years. In her 20 years of teaching experience altogether, Dr. Dombrowski has focused on courses in Health Promotion on both the graduate and undergraduate levels. She has also taught Evidence Based Practice for DNP students online, MSN Capstone, Nutrition online, Foundations of Nursing Practice, Leadership and Management, Communication for Health Care Professionals, Community Health, Medical Terminology, and Pathophysiology. In addition to a PhD in Nursing and MSN with a concentration in Nursing Education from Catholic University, Dr. Dombrowski holds a master's degree in Health Promotion Management from American University and a BSN from Georgetown University. She has published research in the field of health promotion, focusing on physical activity in working mothers. Dr. Dombrowski's clinical background includes ICU, Emergency Department, and occupational health nursing.