Jesse Wool is an Assistant Professor with a clinical background in pediatric critical care. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing in 2014 with his BSN and completed his MBE at the University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine. He is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing.
His research focuses on parental decision-making in the pediatric intensive care unit and communication between clinicians and parents of children in the PICU. His other scholarly interests include ethics of medical decision-making for children in the ICU environment and end-of-life decision-making for critically ill children.
Areas of Expertise
Ethics, Parental Decision-making, Communication
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, 2014
Master of Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania, 2020
PhD Candidate, University of Pennsylvania
Nursing 703 Professional Ethics
Nursing 607 Advance Practice Roles in Healthcare
Nursing 334 Genetics & Genomics
Nursing 332 Research and Evidence Based Practice
Nursing 205 Campus Clinical, skills lab
Nursing 202 Health Assessment Lab
Nursing Student Grant Award from University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing. $5,000
Ulrich, C. M., Deatrick, J.A., Wool, J., Huang, L., Berlinger, N., and Grady, N. (2022). Ethical Challenges Experienced by Clinical Ethicists during COVID-19. AJOB, Empirical Bioethics, DOI: 10.1080/23294515.2022.2110965
Levoy, K., Wool, J., Ashare, R., Rosa, W., Barg, F., Meghani, S. H. (2022) “It’s Rougher on Me than it is on Him”: Family Caregiver-generated and prioritized illness concerns while patients undergo cancer treatments, JCO Oncology Practice.
Wool, J., Iriving, S. Y., Meghani, S., Ulrich, C. M. (2021) Parental Decision-Making in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit: An Integrative Review. Journal of Family Nursing. https://doi.org/10.1177/1074840720975869
Meghani, S. H., Wool, J., Davis, J., Yeager, K. A., Mao, J. J., & Barg, F. K. (2019). When patients take charge of opioids: Self-management concerns and practices among cancer outpatients in the context of opioid crisis. Journal of pain and symptom management.
Mendes, J., Wool, C. & Wool, J. (2016). Ethical considerations in perinatal palliative care. Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing.
Wool, J., & Wool, C. (2020). Chapter 12, “Compatible with love”: Qualitative analysis of decision-making rationale of parents who continue a pregnancy affected by a life-limiting fetal condition. In R. Limbo, C. Wool & B. S. Carter (Eds.), Handbook of perinatal and neonatal palliative care: A guide for nurses, physicians, and other health professionals. (pp. 189-200). New York: Springer Publishing Company. doi:10.1891/9780826138422
Mendes, J., Wool, C. & Wool, J. (2016). Ethical considerations in perinatal palliative care. National Nursing Ethics Conference. Los Angeles, United States of America.
Wool, C., Mendes, J., Wool, J. (2017). Perspectives from Europe and the United States on Perinatal Palliative Care and Current Ethical Dilemmas. Sigma Theta Tau International 28th International Nursing Research Congress. Dublin, Ireland.
Wool, J., Barkman, D. (2018). Ethics and Everyday Language. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Nursing Ethics Conference. Philadelphia, United States of America.
Wool, J. (2020). Parent Perceived Miscommunication in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Weekly Critical Care Research Conference, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, United States of America.
Wool, J. (2022). Parent Perceived Miscommunication in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Work in Progress. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Nursing PhD Community Meeting. Philadelphia, United States of America