Dr. Marrs engages in scholarship around ethical issues, and has published on linking
nursing theory to practice. She has also published articles on background checks and
moral turpitude. Her publications have appeared in JONA's Healthcare Law, Ethics, and Regulation; Nursing Science Quarterly; and book chapters. She teaches pediatric courses, scholarly synthesis, and advanced
role preparation in the Tennessee Board of Regents On-Line MSN Degree Program and
has taught concepts and dissertation seminar in the PhD program. Dr. Marrs practices
as a family nurse practitioner seeing children at the Johnson City Downtown Clinic,
and is turning her research toward the area of childhood obesity.
Lowry, L., & Marrs, J. S. (2014). Ethics in nursing administration. In J. Dunham-Taylor & J. Z. Pinczuk (Eds.),
Financial management for nurse managers: Merging the heart with the dollar (3rd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.