Areas of Expertise
Health law, health facility and practitioner regulation, long term care management, aging policy
University of Florida
Juris Doctor - 1991
University of North Florida
Master of Science in Health 1985
Specialization: Health Administration
University of North Florida
Bachelor of Science in Nursing 1981
Florida Community College
Associate of Arts 1977
• 2011 Outstanding Service Award, University of North Florida
• 2010 Commendation for Meritorious Service: United Way of Northeast Florida
• 2005 College of Health Outstanding Teaching Award
• 2001 Brooks College of Health Distinguished Alumni Award
• 2001 State of Florida Department of Children and Families Volunteer Service Award
• ElderSource- NE Florida Area Office on Aging, Board of Directors 2011 - present
• Glenmoor Continuing Care Retirement Community Board of Directors 2004- present
• Glenmoor Community Health Committee, Chair 2004-present.
• Association of University Programs in Health Administration, Member
• American College of Healthcare Executives, Member
• Florida Bar Association, Member
• Florida Council on Aging, Member
• National Association of Boards of Examiners for Long-Term Care Administrators (NAB), member
• Upsilon Phi Delta, National President, 2005-2007
• Brooks College of Health, MHA Alumni Chapter
Grants and Contracts Awarded
Nolin, J. (2010) The Florida Medicare Advocacy Coalition (Coalition Development). Funded by the Association of Area Agencies on Aging and the Medicare Rights Center. ($5,000)
Nolin, J. and Wilburn, S (2009). Walking Buddies: Brain Injury Awareness and Fall Prevention Program. Brain Injury Association of Florida ($5,000)
Zhao, M., Haley, D.R., & Nolin, J. (2007) University of North Florida, Summer Proposal Development Grant: What are the factors that influence the utilization, expenditure, and outcome of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in the U.S. ($7,500)
Haley, D.R, Nolin, J., Zhao M., & Dunning, K. (2006) Prevalence of traditional Chinese and western medicine with China rehabilitation programs. Dean’s Research Grant, Brooks College of Health. University of North Florida. Jacksonville, FL. $3,000 (funded)
Nolin, J. and Wilburn, S. (2004) Life Act 2: Community Needs Assessment. United Way of Northeast Florida. $29,800.00
Publications & Presentations
Nolin, J., Daly, M.A., Haley, R., Zhao, M. (2010) Cultivating an international academic relationship: The China experience. Journal of Health Administration Education. 27(2), 99-112.
Zhao, M., Oetjen R., Nolin, J., & Carretta, H.J. (2010) Nursing Home Quality: Does Financial Performance Matter? International Journal of Public Policy. 5(2/3), 143 – 159.
Zhao, M., Haley, R, Nolin, J, Dunning, K, Wang, J., Sun, QS. (2009) Utilization, cost, payment, and patient satisfaction of rehabilitative services in Shandong, China. Health Policy. 93(1), 21-26.
Zhao, M., Haley, D.R., Nolin, J., Dunning, K., Wang, J., & Sun, Q.S. (2008) Serving billions: A pilot study on clinician perceived efficacy of rehabilitative services in China. The Health Care Manager. 27(3), 252-258.
Zhao, M., Bazzoli, G.J., Clement, J.P., Lindrooth, R.C., Nolin, J., & Chukmaitov, A. (2008). Hospital staffing decisions: Does financial performance matter? Inquiry. 45(3), 293-307.
Haley, R., Zhao, M., Nolin, J., Dunning, K. & Sun, Q. (2008) Five myths of the Chinese healthcare system. The Health Care Manager. 27(2), 147-158.
Nolin, J., Wilburn, S., Wilburn, K, & Weaver, D. (2006) The health and social service needs of seniors: A community-based needs assessment. Evaluation and Program Planning. 29, 217-226.
Scott, C. G, Nolin, J. & Wilburn, S. (2006) A critical disconnect: How the counseling professions fail to meet the supervision needs of master’s trained counselors. Rehabilitation Education. 20(2), 91-102.
Nolin, J. & Killackey, J. (2004) Redirecting health care spending: Consumer directed health care, Nursing Economics. 22(5) 251-257.
Harrison, J., Nolin, J. & Suero, E. (2003) The impact of case management on U.S. hospitals, Nursing Economics, 22(2) 64-70.
Nolin, JoAnn (2012) Regulation of Long Term Care in Mary Helen McSweeney-Feld, Ph.D., and Reid Oetjen, Ph.D., (Eds) Dimensions of Long-Term Care. Health Administration Press. Chicago.
Haley, D, and Nolin, J, (2005) Contributing authors Chapter 6 Groups and Teams: Allied Health Professionals: Alternative Care Providers in Shortell, S. and Kaluzney, A. (Eds) Health Care Management: Organization Design & Behavior, 5th edition, Delmar Publications
Zhao, M., Haley, R, Nolin, J, Dunning, K, Wang, J., Sun, QS. (2009)Utilization, cost, payment, and patient satisfaction of rehabilitative services in Shandong, China. Presented at the Free Theme Session of the 36th World Hospital Congress of the International Hospital Federation Annual Meeting, Rio de Janerio, Brazil
Zhao, M., Oetjen, R.M., & Nolin, J. (2008, June) Nursing Home Quality: Does Financial Performance Matter? Poster session presented at the Brooks Research symposium, Jacksonville, FL.
Zhao, M., Oetjen, R.M., & Nolin, J. (2007, June) Nursing Home Financial Distress and Quality of Care: A longitudinal Study. Poster session presented at the Academy Health Annual Research Meeting, Orlando, FL.
Zhao, M., Oetjen, R.M., & Nolin, J. (2007, June) The impact of litigation on the financial performance of the Florida nursing home industry. Poster session presented at the Academy Health Annual Research Meeting, Orlando, FL,
Professionalism: Legal Aspects of Faith-based Nursing. International Parish Nurse’s Basic Education Seminar, St. Vincent’s Center for Parish Nursing, Jacksonville, Florida, May 2007-2011
Medicare Coalition: Join, Build, Partner. Florida Council on Aging 2010 Annual Conference. Orlando Florida, August 18, 2010
Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll: The Boomers Come of Age. Florida Consortium on Mental Health and Aging, 9th Annual Conference, Jacksonville, Florida, March 2007
Baby Boomers Turn Sixty: Impact on Aging Resources Annual VOICES conference, Jacksonville Florida, May 2006.
Assessment of Health and Social Service Needs of Adults 65 and Older. Southeast Evaluation Association 16th Annual Conference, Tallahassee, Florida, January 29, 2004
Corporate Partnership In Allied Health Education: An Employer-Driven Model Program Annual Conference of Schools of Allied Health Professions, Las Vegas Nevada, October 2000
End-of-Life Decision Making: Florida Advance Directives. Community in the Classroom, University of North Florida, May 2000.
Law and Ethics for Health Practitioners FAHPED Annual Convention, Orlando, Florida, October 1999