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Jacqueline Bell-Bowe

Jacqueline Bell-Bowe, American mental health nurse, consultant, nursing educator. Certified psychiatric clinical nurse specialist, American Nurses Credentialing Center, mental health screener, New Jersey, Registered Nurse New Jersey, New York. Grantee, Mental Services Administration, 1991-1993. Member of Minority Nurse Leadership Institute, Chi Eta Phi.


Bell-Bowe, Jacqueline was born on October 7, 1952 in Newark. Daughter of Fred and Claudia Bell.


Bachelor of science in nursing, Long Island University, Brooklyn, 1977. Master of Science, Rutgers University, Newark, 1993.


Psychiatric clinical nurse specialist Essex Valley Health Care, East Orange, New Jersey, 1992—2002. Advanced practice nurse pact training and technical assistance Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services, Elizabeth, 2002—2006. Psychiatric advanced practice nurse University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, since 2006.

Group facilitator EOF program Rutgers University, Newark, 1998. Group facilitator Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Association New Jersey, Newark, 1998—1999. Consultant New Jersey Association Corrections, Trenton, 1997—2008.

Mentor Board Education, East Orange, 1998—1999.


Communion and Water Baptism are symbolic acts of obedience to the teaching of Jesus in the New Testament.


Christians should read the Bible as part of a faith community, and try to put themselves into the story of God's dealings with humanity.


Member of Minority Nurse Leadership Institute, Chi Eta Phi.


Married Franklin George Bowe, June 29, 1991. Children: Jermaine Quenton Miller, Shavaughn Mia Bowe, Hakeemah Bowe, Hassanah Bowe-Pickney, Kieran Gaines.


A believer should support social climates, in which human communities are maintained and strengthened for the sake of all persons and their growth.