- Ph.D., 2006, University of North Carolina; Social Work
- M.S.W., 2002, University of North Carolina; Social Work
- B.A., 1969, Duke University; Psychology
Selected Peer Review Articles and Publications
Munn, J., & Adorno, G. (2008). By invitation only: Social work involvement at the end of life in long-term care. Journal of Social Work and End of Life and Palliative Care, 4(4), 333-357.
Simons, K., Shepherd, N., & Munn, J. (2008). Advancing the evidence base for social work in long-term care: The disconnect between practice and research. Social Work in Health Care, 47(4), 392-415.
Munn, J., Dobbs, D., Meier, A., Williams, C., Biola, H., & Zimmerman, S. (2008). The end-of-life experience in long-term care: Five themes identified from focus groups with residents, family members, and staff. The Gerontologist, 48(4) 485-494.
Williams, S.W., Zimmerman, S., Williams, C.S., Munn, J.C., Dobbs, D., & Sloane, P.D. (2008). Social support as a mediator between end-of-life family caregiving in long-term care and caregiver health. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 63, S171-S183.
Munn, J., Zimmerman, S., Hanson, L., Williams, C., Sloane, P., Steinhauser, K., Clipp, E.C., & Tulsky, J. (2007). Measuring the quality of dying in long-term care. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 55, 1371-1379.
Munn, J. (Principal Investigator). Developing a Specialized Gerontological Program. Council on Social Work Education. ($10,000). 2009-2010.
Munn, J. (Principal Investigator). The Florida Long-Term Care Research Partnership. Florida State University Provost Fund. ($45,000). 2008.
Munn, Jj. (Principal Investigator). Social Work Involvement at the End of Life for Residents of Long-term Care. John A. Hartford Foundation. ($100,000). 2007-2009.
Munn, J. (Principal Investigator). Social Work Involvement at the End of Life for Residents of Long-term Care.Florida State University First Year Assistant Professor Award. ($16,000). 2007.
Zimmerman, S. (Principal Investigator) & Munn, J. (Co-Principal Investigator). Defining a Good Death for Residents in Long-Term Care. Duke Institute on Care at the End of Life. ($20,000). 2004.